Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

APII TE Uki Ou has started the new school year with a revamp of the school building and playground.

Drink-driving dominates court cases

Wednesday February 01, 2017

TWENTY-FOUR matters were called before the Cook Islands High Court on January 26 before Justice of Peace Georgina Williams.

A DRAFT copy of a five-year plan for the Ministry of Health has been completed and it is undergoing a final edit before being released to the general public.

Three hundred students have enrolled into Apii Nikao this year and the school is going to great efforts to provide quality education for each and every one of them.

Parents of Saint Joseph Primary School students will be asked to attend some workshops this year.

Repeat offender wants to come home

Tuesday January 31, 2017

A COOK Islands woman living in Australia who has repeatedly offended over the past 12 months, plans to return to her home country to move away from bad influences.

The HOUSE of Ariki is looking to employ a ra’ui co-ordinator or the Raui Kaumaroro, a new position initiated this year.

COOK ISLANDS traditional culture, language and food are expected to be showcased by students in New Zealand who will be part of the annual Polynesian festival in March.

Meetings air copyright issues

Monday January 30, 2017

THE IMPORTANCE of copyright was discussed at two meetings held concurrently at the National Auditorium this week.

Cook Islands Police Service will make strenuous efforts to ensure drivers obey road rules as the school year resumes next week.

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