Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Theft hurt children the worst

Wednesday December 11, 2019

Rarotonga mother stole money intended to help kids in the outer islands.

Happy feet

Saturday December 07, 2019

Joshua Matakino still carries the scars of the drunken bike accident that nearly killed him. Now, given a second chance, he’s grasping life with new vigour and determination. Losirene Lacanivalu meets him.

Filling a gap in Pa Enua

Saturday December 07, 2019

 When Sinano Vaeau accepted her diploma this month, she was part of the first cohort of dental therapists to graduate in Cook Islands.

One more lucky Cook Islander is being invited to join the voyage of a lifetime, a research survey of the Cook Islands Exclusive Economic Zone next week.

Two weeks ago repeat offender Wilfred Dauvois was acquitted of raping a woman after driving her from bar to bar.

Cook Islands criminals may choose to be deported here, says Immigration.

Youth free wheeling from court

Thursday December 05, 2019

The court has let off a young motorbike thief without a conviction.

Police chief receives master’s degree

Wednesday December 04, 2019

The Commissioner of Police Maara Tetava officially received his master’s degree in business administration from the University of the South Pacific in Fiji this week.

The Health ministry has taken precaution at the Rarotonga international airport against travellers arriving with measles symptoms. 

Coming back to give back

Tuesday December 03, 2019

With her dad nearing 80, Mata Puia-Huch came home to help look after him awhile – and realised she had so many reasons to stay. 

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