Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

EBA charge proves costly

Monday August 17, 2020

A man charged with excess blood alcohol and careless driving has been ordered to pay reparations of $2,990 for damaging a motor vehicle.

A first-time offender was convicted and given a six-month suspended sentence for assaulting a woman.

In the footsteps of giants

Saturday August 15, 2020

Cook Islanders were some of the first Pacific people to write down and publish their stories; now, they are among the first to tell those stories on the new platform of podcasting. 

Gene Lewis Maxwell has learnt an important lesson at the High Court: don’t show off stolen bling in a community as small as Raro!

Raro memories on a budget

Saturday August 15, 2020

With money tight and Covid rife in the world, it’s hard for anyone to conceive of going on holiday at present – and Maire Browne knows that better than most.

Fingers in the till

Friday August 14, 2020

The owners of the Mareko Islands Creation have expressed hurt and disappointment at one of their staff stealing from the business, after they treated her like family.

The development of the tuna fisheries and their importance to the social and economic goals of the Cook Islands is greater than ever before.

Letting their voices be heard

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Local youths to debate on national issues in Māori language. 

Should Cook Islands Maori share with the world their generations-old understanding of plants, medicines and food properties, for the greater good – or should they hold onto that knowledge?

School’s persistent legal attempt to force a small boy’s hair to be cut shows ‘arrogance’, says local Cook Islands leader. 

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