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Crash means longer stay for tourist

Monday November 27, 2017

A visiting Polish tourist has ended up staying on Rarotonga longer than he intended, after an appearance in the Avarua High Court this week.

The later years of many older people are often filled with the prospect of quiet days, a work-free life, and leisure-filled activities.

Speak up and help to end violence

Monday November 27, 2017

“Break the silence – end the violence” is today’s motto, with activities taking place throughout Rarotonga in a bid to raise awareness of domestic violence.

A woman charged with cultivation of cannabis pleaded guilty when she appeared in the Avarua High Court on Thursday.

Crimes Bill prompts robust discussion

Thursday November 23, 2017

The Cook Islands Family Welfare Association (CIFWA) hosted an information session regarding the new Crimes Bill yesterday.

An abundance of colours, natural flora and fragrances will fill the air this week, with the opening of the annual Tiare Festival.

Busy two weeks for visiting justice

Wednesday November 22, 2017

Cook Islands High Court Justice Christine Grice will preside over numerous criminal and civil court cases in the Avarua High Court this month.

Busy week at the court

Tuesday November 21, 2017

The Court of Appeal will this week hear appeals resulting from civil and criminal cases previously heard before the Cook Islands High Court.

Local drivers urged to slow down

Monday November 20, 2017

Two motorcycle crash deaths in just one week have put the spotlight on the high level of motor vehicle crashes occurring on Cook Islands roads.

Brewing local beer, with love

Monday November 20, 2017

Just off the main road in Tikioki, nestled behind your typical Rarotongan homes, sits a small shed.

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