Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Two of older robbers of the Tex Mart store in Nikao have been sentenced to two years imprisonment.

It was a nervous moment at the Constitution Day volleyball tournament when Men’s Tupapa 1 was recalled to play for another minute against Toka Covid to determine the final winners.

Pukapuka locals are being vigilant to ensure they have no dengue cases, says the Island Administration, and insists a reported case was a false alarm.

Sentence today for teenage robbers

Wednesday August 05, 2020

Youngsters who robbed Tex Mart store with machete could get jail time for aggravated robbery.

Attacker to get treatment, not jail

Wednesday August 05, 2020

An alleged violent attacker has been designated “not fit to plead” by Te Marae Ora’s mental health team.

Three strikes for violent offenders

Saturday August 01, 2020

And alcohol is fuelling domestic violence and worsening mental instability, says expert.

Domestic assault accused in cells

Saturday August 01, 2020

A man accused of an early-morning domestic assault has been further remanded behind bars.

Rain doesn’t stand in the way of a vibrant democracy.

Cooks’ priorities outlined

Thursday July 30, 2020

Like other Pacific countries, the priorities for Cook Islands right now are maintaining the country’s Covid-free status and safe economic recovery, said Cook Islands High Commissioner to New Zealand, Elizabeth Wright-Koteka.

A recidivist burglar has admitted he only committed multiple crimes so he could return to prison and have a place to sleep and receive three meals a day. 

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