Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Cheryl Marsters and her family believe in natural remedies and they live it every day.

Police gun training

Tuesday September 03, 2019

Police officers will be undergoing intense firearms training at the Police Firing Range in Nikao today.

Heroes try in vain to save man

Tuesday September 03, 2019

Witnesses have expressed concern about how long it took emergency services to get to a car crash in which a man died this weekend.

Police believe they have made a breakthrough in solving a series of beachside smash-and-grabs thefts that created all the wrong headlines for Rarotonga.

Pestilential kinds of herbs

Sunday September 01, 2019

For 60-year-old Simo Simo, his watermelon farm is his livelihood. He says it takes him nearly every month to ensure the creeping plants on its boundaries don’t affect his plantation.

A young man who faces seven court charges has been remanded in custody amid fears his head injury might drive him to commit further crimes.

Warning: Babies at measles risk

Saturday August 31, 2019

Parents are urged to isolate small babies from anyone who could be carrying measles. As Auckland-based Cook Islanders fall victim to New Zealand’s major measles outbreak, people here are urged to stay calm – and cautious.

Dads must step up

Friday August 30, 2019

Give your children a present on Father’s Day, a church leader tells the country’s dads, by taking responsibility as parents. 

Keira beats Aussie boys

Friday August 30, 2019

Three young Cook Islanders in the U12 Queensland Rugby League side have just won the Rugby League National Championships in Brisbane.

Cook Islands Maori language is alive in the Pa Enua and this is being observed in the number of entries submitted for the Ministry of Education’s writing competition.

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