Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Three men who were arrested for failing to report to the Cook Islands Police Station on Good Friday have been fined.

The Nukupure Park coastline is at risk of increased erosion. This was revealed in the April 2019 assessment report of the Nukupure Park foreshore projects of beach nourishment, dune planting and toa prepared by Andy Kirkwood and Justine Flanagan for Ngati Teaia; landowners of the area.

A youth who escaped from police custody on April 24 after being questioned and arrested at the Avarua Police Headquarters is being remanded.

A methamphetamine case involving Tehananaia Maeva Haas has been adjourned to June 6.

The ocean is a living entity that needs to be given legal status as such, according to “Green Nobel prize” winner Jacqueline Evans.

40 days left for Talbot

Friday May 03, 2019

James Talbot has 40 days left to complete his walk on the 3200 kilometre Te Araroa Trail in New Zealand.

Four teens questioned

Friday May 03, 2019

Four young teenage suspects have been identified by the Cook Islands Police for allegedly taking three rental cars for joy rides over the weekend.

James Talbot has passed the 1500 kilometre mark of the Te Araroa Trail as he reached Hauhungaroa Route campsite on Tuesday.

Ministry of Agriculture staff members who are currently taking part in a two-day training have been advised to use the knowledge they gain from the training in their daily work.

Dengue cases rise to 40

Wednesday May 01, 2019

A total of 40 dengue cases have now been confirmed in the Cook Islands.

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