Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Music fans left crying for more

Wednesday June 05, 2019

The Queen of the night Adina Thembi gave a heart rocking performance at the Hula Bar on Monday night – and left fans wanting more.

James Talbot has less than ten days left to complete his mission of raising $300,000 for the Creative Centre in Rarotonga.

Reoffender pleads for leniency

Tuesday June 04, 2019

A young man who has been remanded in police custody cried out seeking leniency at the High Court on Thursday.

MoE advisor wins poetry award

Saturday June 01, 2019

Ministry of Education’s learning and teaching advisor Jessica Le Bas has been awarded the prestigious Sarah Boom Poetry prize 2019, New Zealand’s richest poetry award.

Two cases of influenza A which has caused deaths in Australia and New Zealand have been reported in the Cook Islands.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is working closely with both New Zealand and the United States government officials to resolve the controversial detainment of a nine-year old Cook Islands girl in the US.

Frequent offender imprisoned

Friday May 31, 2019

Jonathan Elisa, 21, was sentenced to three years in prison when he was convicted of 13 criminal charges in the high court last Wednesday.

Judge Judith Potter has sentenced Wilfred Dauvois to three years’ disqualification of his driver’s licence stating that he is a menace on the road.

More revealing comments have been raised on social media regarding methamphetamine (meth) issues in the Cook Islands.

The vaka Marumaru Atua is moving further east towards the Cook Islands, according to the crews’ journal updates they hope they are moving towards home waters.

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