Losirene Lacanivalu

Losirene Lacanivalu

Man fined for cannabis

Saturday September 21, 2019

A 24-year-old self-employed man was convicted and fined $250 for a charge of possession of cannabis.

New lawyer Sholan Ivaiti believes that Cook Islanders who have graduated in law abroad should return to the country to help their people and address a general shortage of lawyers.

Police are expected to lay more charges against alleged drug dealers Rhys Munro Manu and Rodney John Akavi Ngatikao.

On Wednesday, six-week-old baby boy LJ’s father was sentenced to six years and four months’ imprisonment. Yesterday, he almost lost his mother as well.

Veteran boxer inspires youngsters

Thursday September 19, 2019

The legacy of boxing in the Cook Islands will live on with more young men now training in the sport and hoping to make to the Commonwealth and Pacific Games.

Meremaraea Macquarie laid to rest

Thursday September 19, 2019

Meremaraea Vima Tinirau Macquarie, affectionately known as Meme, passed away on September 10 and was laid to rest yesterday, buried at her home in Nikao.

Dear editor,

In response to Rat Mave’s letter (Sept 11) I would like to say planting is not dying in Rarotonga, it is alive.

Ngamau o Rongo Wichman Tou walked out of the High Court yesterday, wiser.

A deported Queensland criminal embarked on an arson and burglary spree as soon as he arrived in the Cook Islands.

Tsunami siren test causes alarm

Wednesday September 18, 2019

Sounds of the tsunami warning sirens caused some confusion among residents yesterday.

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