Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Dengue bites again in Pukapuka

Wednesday September 09, 2020

Pukapuka residents are being urged to continue eradicating mosquito breeding and resting sites after another confirmed type two dengue case on the island. 

More returnees to Rarotonga this Friday

Wednesday September 09, 2020

Te Marae Ora will confirm the details of a 24/7 monitoring plan for households in quarantine before the next flight arrives from Auckland in Rarotonga this Friday.

The current quarantine process is putting too much stress on health officials and police, says the director of a Rarotonga security firm.

Arson has not been ruled out as the cause of a fire that completely destroyed a house (pictured) in Avatiu  late last week.

Nine people from the Pa Enua will be raising awareness and sharing their knowledge on sustainable energy and climate change within their communities.

The hike up Arore mountain in Muri can be quite a walk and is not for the fainthearted. Cook Islands News journalist Losirene Lacanivalu rose to the challenge, and the reward was breath taking.

Police have sought blood specimen analysis from a female driver who crashed at a drainage worksite near Manea Foods in Nikao yesterday morning.

Stern warning of possible jail time given to man who swore at Minister of Corrective Services and a probation officer. 

Ladies start a racquet

Thursday September 03, 2020

‘Free time’ due to Covid-19 leads to increased interest in badminton.

Salvaged boat ‘stolen’

Thursday September 03, 2020

A well-known fisherman is disappointed that a boat he salvaged from the sea was collected by its ‘owner’ from his property without his permission.

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