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Police are waiting for alcohol blood test results on a driver who is alleged to have fled from a vehicle crash site in Arorangi last week.

Cook Islands Football Association (CIFA) is arguing that the High Court does not have the jurisdiction to deal with a claim filed against them.

MoH faces shortage of nurses

Tuesday May 21, 2019

The Ministry of Health continues to face a shortage of nurses in the Cook Islands, reveals new chief of nursing Mary Kata.

Ministry of Health’s new chief of nursing hopes to provide a strong nursing leadership team that will foster a positive environment for all in the profession.

E-waste collections are not done annually and the general public is urged to take their final e-waste materials to the Cook Islands General Transport (CIGT) in the next two weeks.

Call to look into port of entry

Saturday May 18, 2019

A call to look into the port of entry in the Cook Islands has been voiced on social media as a means to tackle the methamphetamine menace.

A fierce battle is expected when Arorangi takes on Avatiu in the Rarotonga Netball Club Competition premier semi-final at the Arorangi courts today.

18-months probation

Friday May 17, 2019

Tony Tou has been sentenced to 18-months probation on a charge of theft as a servant.

Nursing school under review

Friday May 17, 2019

The future of the School of Nursing in Rarotonga is being reviewed and a report on this is yet to be received, says the head of school of nursing.

A footballer is suing the Football Association for $1 million, claiming he was unfairly sacked from the national team for going out to dinner with his family.

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