Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Weather is still volatile

Wednesday February 22, 2017

Cook Islands residents were warned to be on the alert and stay prepared as a tropical depression to the west of Rarotonga began moving southeast yesterday.

Cooking contest brightens dull day

Tuesday February 21, 2017

The 2017 Te Kai Maori festival got off to a good start yesterday morning despite drizzling rain and strong winds at the Punanga Nui Market.

Twenty-four students become prefects

Tuesday February 21, 2017

Twenty-four senior students of Apii Avarua were awarded their new roles as prefects for the year 2017 at the National Auditorium on February 17.

Contest to find top Cook Islands dish

Saturday February 18, 2017

The 2017 Cuisine of the Cook Islands contest will be held at Te Kai Maori Festival at the Punanga Nui Market on Monday, February 20.

Nukutere marks science day

Saturday February 18, 2017

International Day of Women and Girls in Science today was celebrated at Nukutere College recently.

Chance to discuss airline underwrite

Saturday February 18, 2017

A public presentation will be conducted by the Cook Islands Tourism Corporation to give taxpayers the opportunity to discuss the Airline Underwrite Programme with key government agencies.

Assault charges outnumber others

Friday February 17, 2017

Assaults on females made up the largest number of cases presented in the Cook Islands High Court this week.

Disqualified drivers fined

Friday February 17, 2017

Two people caught driving while disqualified case appeared before Justice of Peace Carmen Temata at the Cook Islands High Court this week.

Twelve step up as student leaders

Tuesday February 14, 2017

Twelve students have been elected as Titikaveka College’s student leaders for the year.

A man who broke in and entered the sealed container of the escaped prisoner and killer Chris Rimamotu of Titikaveka will be sentenced on April 19.

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