Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Apii Avarua, Arorangi and St Joseph’s school teachers were part of a two-day first aid training run by Cook Islands Red Cross Society.

Agriculture investigators unable to confirm cause of dog’s poisoning.

Expat leaders back jab

Saturday January 25, 2020

Two expat communities are urging their country men and women to take part in the Ministry of Health’s MMR vaccination programme.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been told of Cook Islanders’ generosity – the small country of barely 15,000 people who together raised nearly $30,000 for the battle against the bushfires.

Young rider 50% over drink limit

Saturday January 25, 2020

It’s mandatory, it’s the law.

‘Exploiting the system’

Saturday January 25, 2020

A man accused of the violent robbery of Tex Mart store was released on bail – and allegedly went straight out and committed another aggravated robbery. 

Fourth brawler escapes jail

Friday January 24, 2020

A young man has been discharged without conviction after a big drunken brawl between Penrhyn and Pukapuka hostel residents.

Overseas workers must ensure they can prove they’re immunised against measles, or their work permits may not be renewed. 

Senior defence lawyer Norman George has rejected police concerns that repeat burglars are being allowed out on bail to offend again.

Airport is alert for new virus

Thursday January 23, 2020

The Ministry of Health is closely monitoring the outbreak of a fast-spreading Chinese super-virus.

Page 6 of 60