Shae Osborne

Shae Osborne

A man facing charges of common assault and assault with intent to injure has been declared a flight risk.

Punanga Tauturu coordinator Rebeka Buchanan has visited Atiu in a bid to address social issues including domestic violence, family disputes, depression, youth offending, and mental health.

Dog attack highlights issue

Wednesday October 11, 2017

Another dog attack on livestock has raised concerns over Rarotonga’s ongoing issue with wandering dogs.

A local woman who injured her ankle while trekking to the Needle on Te Rua Manga was rescued by a team of police officers and volunteers on Saturday evening.

Without that, these kids go through life with an attitude that “nobody loves me” and “nobody cares”. It’s dangerous and it’s not healthy.

The Cook Islands Police Service has come under fire on social media after they used a Facebook post to try to locate a defendant on Thursday.

Help on the way for vet clinic

Friday October 06, 2017

A New Zealand volunteer is looking for donations so she can bring around 150kg of veterinary supplies to Rarotonga.

Two years on, five charges withdrawn

Thursday October 05, 2017

A woman who faced six charges involving theft and intent to defraud, had five of the charges withdrawn when she appeared before Justice of the Peace Georgina Williams in the High Court last Friday.

Students learn new hospitality skills

Wednesday October 04, 2017

Students from Nukutere and Titikaveka College took part in their final hospitality assessment at the Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI) yesterday.

A young local has taken the safety of Rarotongan locals into his own hands and is promoting the need for everyone who rides a motorbike to wear a safety helmet.

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