Principal Gaylyn Lockington and teachers of Titikaveka College had plenty of wise words for their pupils at the school’s year 11 prize-giving last Friday.
The High Court was packed with a magnitude of defendants last week, who all appeared before Justice of the Peace Georgina Williams. Charges ranged from contempt of court, to dangerous driving causing injury and assault on a female.
The everyday beauty of life in the Cook Islands is the inspiration for a collective art exhibition called “Toku Ipukarea” being staged by Apii Te Uki Ou students.
Applications for the 2018 Air New Zealand Cook Islands Tourism Awards have been open for several weeks and many of the island’s tourism businesses are busy working on their applications to the industry’s most eagerly-anticipated event.
A jury of eight women and four men are deciding the fate of a young man charged with indecent assault this week during a criminal jury trial that began on Monday, on the first day of a two-week High Court session.
Leading up to the arrival of the Queen’s Baton earlier this month, the Just Play ran its fourth colouring competition, with a cluster of schools selected to participate.
Friends and colleagues yesterday paid their final respects to the 34-year-old foreign worker who died in a motorcycle crash over a week ago.
An accident on the main road at Matavera involving a motorcyclist and passenger prompted a police callout shortly before 6pm on Saturday evening.