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The Rarotonga Hospital was gifted a retinal screening camera last week.

Close call on general election

Wednesday June 13, 2018

The 2018 CINews election poll has placed the Democratic Party one seat ahead of the Cook Islands Party (CIP) heading in to tomorrow’s election.

Police are calling for road users to change their “inconsiderate attitudes” when driving, as accidents and the number of people apprehended for driving over the breath-alcohol limit continue to grow.

Archaeologists dig Ara Metua

Monday June 11, 2018

A study on how traditional monuments around the Pacific were built is being conducted by a group of four archaeologists from the United Kingdom on a four-week visit to Rarotonga.

The new-look obstetrics and gynaecology clinic (OBGYN) at the Rarotonga Hospital was officially unveiled on Wednesday.

Only six more sleeps until the nation heads to the polling booths to choose its leaders for the next four years.

Pacific maritime researcher Dr Peter Nuttall says more aid money should be put towards sustainable shipping in the region.

Police were kept busy over the holiday weekend attending a number of incidents, including three assaults.

Two officers from the Cook Islands Police graduated from the Pacific Physical Training Instructors Course last month.

A traffic stop set-up by the police last week focused on young drivers committing minor infringements.

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