Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Man gets benefit of the doubt

Tuesday February 28, 2017

A man was given the “benefit of the doubt’’ when he appeared in the Cook Islands High Court last week.

Busy time for young students

Tuesday February 28, 2017

Term one at Saint Joseph School has been busy and the school is preparing for a number of upcoming events.

Homework hub a community asset

Tuesday February 28, 2017

The Vaimaanga Community Centre recently started its weekly “homework hub” in Vaimaanga.  

Boom in Chinese visitors predicted

Tuesday February 28, 2017

An increase in the number of Chinese tourists visiting the Cook Islands could result in a booming new market for the nation in the near future.

Boom in Chinese visitors predicted

Thursday February 23, 2017

An increase in the number of Chinese tourists visiting the Cook Islands could result in a booming new market for the nation in the near future.

Court acquits woman over assault count

Thursday February 23, 2017

A female who was charged with common assault was acquitted in the Cook Islands High Court on February 21.

Titikaveka Growers Association president and concerned citizen Teava Iro feels like a foreigner in his own country.

Tattooing is a ‘Satanic activity’

Thursday February 23, 2017

Pastor Temu Ngarima George has branded tattooing “a Satanic activity” and is calling on Cook Islanders to stop getting them.

Storm warnings were issued

Thursday February 23, 2017

Emergency authorities and the weather bureau say they are happy with what was done to warn people about the arrival of Tropical Cyclone Bart late on Monday night.

PM Puna: Country ‘open for business’

Wednesday February 22, 2017

Prime minister Henry Puna described this country as “open for business,” when he spoke at the Taniwha Dragon Economic Summit in Hastings, New Zealand earlier this week.

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