Cook Islands Police Service will consider the evidence and the exhibits involved in the Rakahanga electoral petition when they are passed to them.
Immediate attention must be given to the implementation of recommendations made to improve prison services and the minister of Corrective Services has a duty to see these are done, says Democratic Party Opposition parliamentary leader Terepai Maoate.
The depth of the Police Service is a little shallower this week as we bid a fond farewell to Apera Bishop, who is turning in his sergeant’s stripes after three decades in uniform.
BLUE EDGE – the programme aimed at developing and strengthening young people – has marked the end of its inaugural course with a graduation ceremony.
Police officers operating a radar gun outside the police headquarters in Avarua are handing out fines to motorists for speeding, despite the fact there is no road sign indicating a reduced speed limit through the town area.