Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

‘Business as usual’

Tuesday October 13, 2020

University of the South Pacific students in Cook Islands are being assured that it is “business as usual” at the regional campus despite the university saga at the main campus in Fiji.

E tanu, kia pa’ia e kia vai ‘uatu rai.  Ko tatou katoa I te rave’anga no te tuatau ki mua. Grow, nourish, sustain together. Our actions are our future. This is the theme of this year’s World Food Day.

A Rarotonga man with an extensive history of breaching orders and charged with a serious offence has been denied bail.

GO LOCAL: The flavours of Mauke

Saturday October 10, 2020

A tiny business, making small batches of chutneys and jams by hand from fresh naturally grown produce is taking the taste and flavour of Mauke to the world.

The life of Crown Beach Resort & Spa owner Papa Rondo Perkins, who passed away on October 3, was celebrated and fondly remembered by his staff and family during a live stream conference call this week. 

Lawyer on assault charge

Saturday October 10, 2020

A Cook Islands lawyer this week pleaded not guilty to two counts of indecent assault charges.

Police staff face theft charges

Saturday October 10, 2020

Four Cook Islands Police staff who were suspended pending investigation have been charged with financial misconduct. 

Twenty-one-year-old Benjamin Ritea Une was on Wednesday convicted and sentenced to 18-months’ probation supervision by the High Court.

Muri crash driver charged

Friday October 09, 2020

The driver of a Landcruiser truck that was involved in the Muri crash accident of September 26 has been charged.

Pacific warned to remain vigilant

Thursday October 08, 2020

The regional director of the World Health Organisation has urged Pacific countries to stay vigilant amid Covid-19.

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