A couple facing a joint charge of burglary had their curfew lifted when they appeared in the Avarua High Court before Justice of the Peace Georgina Williams last week.
A story in CINews last week highlighting problems caused by an increase in youth offending has caught the attention of local and international media.
The Cook Islands Police Service says too many Rarotonga residents have a casual attitude towards driving.
A young man was granted a suspended sentence in the Avarua High Court last week after pleading guilty to two assault charges.
Girl Guides will be out in full force this Sunday to celebrate 89 years of Guiding in the Cook Islands.
A teenager who was sent to Rarotonga in an attempt to put him “on the straight and narrow” is being charged with two charges of wounding with intent to injure and may be facing jail time.