Convicted child sex offender Andrew Marsters was sentenced to 14 years’ imprisonment by Justice Potter when he appeared in the Cook Islands High Court on Saturday morning.
A row has broken out concerning the Cook Islands Police Service’s decision to formally dissolve the Warrant of Fitness (WOF) committee.
Getting disaster response funds to where people need them and in a timely manner is often a challenge in the Pacific.
A mother and her two sons charged with cultivating cannabis were given hefty fines when they appeared before Justice Potter in the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.
Two people involved with stabbing incidents appeared before Justice Potter in the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.
The Cook Islands Police Service has decided to formally dissolve the Warrant of Fitness (WOF) committee, formed in 2015.
Vaikaloa Taufahema was jailed for five years and three months when he appeared before Justice Judith Potter in the Cook Islands High Court yesterday.
The Cook Islands aim of becoming totally dependent on renewable energy by 2020 is looking increasingly out of reach, with renewable energy generation now accounting for just above 16 per cent of all power generated on Rarotonga.