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Curfew condition continues

Friday January 27, 2017

A MAN who has been in custody since December last year was granted bail when he appeared in the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.

A STUDENT from the University of Sunshine Coast in Australia is in the Cook Islands visiting farmers and conducting research based on traditional methods of organic farming.

Anxiety problem around the world

Thursday January 26, 2017

The most common psychological illnesses in the Pacific and around the world are anxiety, depression and stress- related emotional reactions.

WILLIAM Rene Edmond Karl Doherty failed to appear in the Cook Islands High Court on January 19 for a charge of an assault on a female.

Focus on copyright at Raro workshop

Wednesday January 25, 2017

A SUB-REGIONAL meeting on Copyright and Development for decisionmakers of South Pacific countries ends today at the national auditorium in Avarua.

24 cases before the High Court

Wednesday January 25, 2017

IT WAS a busy start of the year for the Cook Islands High Court with 24 matters called before Justice of the Peace John Whitta on January 19.

NUKUTERE College has acknowledged the successful National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) preliminary results produced by their students for the year 2016.

Court threat over Penrhyn cargo

Wednesday January 25, 2017

TAKING court action against Pacific Schooners could be the only way to recover compensation for the people of Penrhyn.

Lawyer quits on angry client

Tuesday January 24, 2017

AN ANGRY outburst from a teenager who has been in custody for the past two months prompted a lawyer to step down as her legal representative.

Penrhyn residents want to know why Pacific Schooners Ltd has failed to deliver building supplies, food and other goods to the island.

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