Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Strong winds and rough seas continue to prevent the cargo ship Olomana from berthing at Avatiu.

Christmas weather predicted fine

Thursday December 19, 2019

Mostly fine weather is predicted for the Christmas period, says Meteorological Service director Arona Ngari.

‘No boat, no panic,’ says CITC

Wednesday December 18, 2019

Chicken quarters run out, but still lots of ice cream.

There is no need to panic or worry about delays in getting pre-Christmas food supplies landed on Rarotonga says Cook Islands Trading Corporation (CITC).

24-hour curfew for Tex Mart suspects

Tuesday December 17, 2019

The two teenage boys charged with aggravated burglary in relation to the Tex Mart Betela break-in remain under a 24-hour curfew.

The cargo vessel Olomana will probably enter Avatiu Harbour on Thursday or Friday, weather permitting.

A man described as a notorious burglar has been remanded in custody for another week to get a legal representative.

A man suffered cuts to the hand and stomach during an alleged assault with a broken bottle on early Saturday morning.

Using colours to express feelings

Monday December 16, 2019

The Ministry of Education has started Concurrent Teacher Training Programme in a bid to provide more teachers for the outer islands.

Okirua Manuela who was charged for frequently damaging his parent’s property has been sentenced to 12-months imprisonment.

Metua John was granted bail at the High Court by Justice of the Peace Carmen Temata after his family were willing to provide accommodation for him.

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