Young Cook Islanders are among 970 youths from The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints at a five-day conference in Auckland, New Zealand this week.
A tuberculosis awareness television programme screened at Rarotonga International Airport is an educational tool to raise awareness about the need for visitors to be mindful of the dangers of TB.
A man charged with assaulting a person at a bar in Arorangi, was convicted and fined $300 when he appeared before Justice of Peace Georgina Williams at the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.
Eleven people charged with driving with excess breath alcohol appeared before Justice of Peace Georgina Williams at the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.
The Ministry for Health is yet to secure funding to build a suitable shelter for Rarotonga’s mobile health clinic.
Nukutere College is focused this year on the reconstruction of classrooms that were destroyed by a fire in 2013.
Cook Islands Women’s Counselling Centre, Punanga Tauturu Inc is calling on the High Court to take a stronger stance on cases involving charges of assault on a female.
JAEL Abera-Lornie and Ron Lornie, have recently returned to the Cook Islands and have invested in chalet accommodation in Aitutaki.
Ten people facing charges of driving with excess breath alcohol appeared before Justice of Peace John Whitta at the Cook Islands High Court on Thursday.
A case in which Ngamau Wichman-Tou is charged with intent to defraud by false pretence, has been adjourned to March 7.