Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Tourism unaffected by coronavirus

Monday February 10, 2020

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation has reiterated there are precautionary measures in place to protect the country from the spread of the coronavirus. 

Four cruise ship calls are expected for Palmerston island this year.

The alleged driver of a red Honda Jazz vehicle, alleged to have caused injuries to a male victim in Tupapa last year has entered a not guilty plea to the second charge.

Beachside theft sentencing

Monday February 10, 2020

The sentencing of one of the offenders who has committed a number of beach side thefts and home break-ins will be held on April 22.

OTB burglar to be sentenced

Monday February 10, 2020

Daniel Akama has admitted that he broke into the On the Beach Restaurant and Bar in Arorangi with the intention of burglary.

Ministers deny fraud charges

Saturday February 08, 2020

Prime Minister Henry Puna and Deputy Prime Minister Mark Brown have both pleaded not guilty to four separate charges each over a jet charter row.

Two defence lawyers allege their clients have been mistreated in police holding cells.

The tour driver who was charged for dangerous driving causing injury on a six-year old boy last week was ordered to surrender his passport to the High Court yesterday.

Request for psychiatric evaluation

Friday February 07, 2020

Crown Law has requested the court to order a psychiatric evaluation of a man who is alleged to have damaged the windscreen of the Prime Minister’s Office vehicle PM1.

Transit service

Thursday February 06, 2020

A new service is being proposed to transport potential drunk drivers home safely.

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