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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.

A paediatric team who has been visiting Rarotonga for the last five years believe that the hospital paediatric staff members have improved in their service delivery.

It is important that the claim filed by the late Mary Dean’s family does not drag on, says Judge Judith Potter.

Creative Trail walker James Talbot has less than a month left to complete the 3200-kilometre walk of the Te Araroa Trail in New Zealand.

A man who was charged for careless driving causing injury could be given the benefit of the doubt and have his case dismissed.

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