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Cook Islands Chief Justice Sir Hugh Williams QC attended the third Chief Justices’ Leadership Forum held in Auckland last week.

Justice head resigns

Monday April 23, 2018

Ministry of Justice secretary Tingika Elikana has resigned.

Elikana, who was appointed to the post in 2011, handed in his resignation on Friday last week.

Rarotonga businessman Brett Porter says he will lay a complaint with the police against Pacific Schooners Ltd (PSL) after a cheque for $10,000 given to him by company director Garth Broadhead was dishonoured.

Sisters Mareta Matamua and Teuira-o-te-Rangi Taikakara were the stars of a very special lunchtime party in Arorangi on Sunday.

Local inventor and maintenance man William Powell believes he might be the last living person who helped bring to reality a dream of former prime minister the late Sir Thomas Davis.

Vaka voyaging, MI5 training and leading university coups are just day-in-the life experiences for current financial secretary Garth Henderson.

Party with a purpose when you attend this year’s Cook Islands Red Cross Charity Ball under the stars at Coastal Kitchen, a private dining and special events facility in Tupapa.

A welfare officer from New Zealand is travelling to the Cook Islands ahead of Anzac Day to talk to ex-servicemen who may be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Injury (PTSI).

The French Navy ship Arago docked at Avatiu harbour on Thursday, having arrived from Papeete via the Australes archipelago.

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