Fruit and vegetable levies that were set to push up the price of some produce this month until November 30 have been dropped.

Never heard of “Sobati” before?

Following two thefts in the last couple of days, police are reminding visitors to the island to be on guard.

Meeting focuses on youth offending

Thursday September 28, 2017

Over 30 members of the judicial system from all around the South Pacific have joined forces in Rarotonga in a bid to address youth offending this week.

Brown set to raise ‘super’ problems

Thursday September 28, 2017

Minister of Finance Mark Brown says the government will raise the issue of the Cook Islands National Superannuation Fund with the New Zealand government.

‘Keep out of our carpark’ - RSA

Thursday September 28, 2017

The Cook Islands RSA says it’s fed up with people visiting the airport parking their vehicles and bikes in front of their building rather than in the newly-automated airport carpark.

Speedster in for ‘chat’

Thursday September 28, 2017

The unidentified rider of a jetski seen speeding across Avatiu Harbour at around 6.30pm on Monday has probably by now had a chat with Harbour Master Saungaki Rasmussen over speed limits within the harbour.

No bail for child sex-accused

Thursday September 28, 2017

A local man facing nine serious sexual offence charges for the alleged sexual violation of several children under the age of 15 on Palmerston, has had applications for name suppression and bail denied.

Something to celebrate

Thursday September 28, 2017

World tourism day was celebrated in Kia Orana style with the third A1 Meitaki Awards at Maire Nui Park yesterday.

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