Dear Editor, this road is so smooth and innocent (Police investigating motor vehicle and cyclist crash, Cook Islands News, March 31).
The sea wall with the painting is no distraction at all. So stop complaining and blaming the artwork!
- careless drivers! Stupidity! Speeding! No patience at all and just love to
speed and overtake!
also take the sea wall area as a speeding test for their motorcycles. And the
accident did not occur on that side of the sea wall, it was where the Mets
Office and usually accidents do occur around this area.
they were distracted by the police officers who were training with their new
safety road equipment, who knows.
hope those who were involved in the accident are recovering well.
(Bank of the Cook Islands) sent an email out to all government departments in
January 2022 about completing vehicle annual registration forms for all their
respective government transports and sending those back to them – opportunity
was also given to staff to do the same for their private vehicles of which I
did for my vehicles too. I got my stickers on the first week of February – less
hassle in having to stand in the queue for hours!
about instead of everyone paying their regos all at the same time, why don’t we
get an option to pay either 3 monthly, 6 monthly or 12 monthly?
will stop this massive queue/rush of people all renewing their regos all at the
same time! Just a thought aye.
too much paperwork involved. One yearly sticker and one payment for your
vehicle rego is a good system.
queue was due to renewal of Rego and Benefit Day. As long as you get your
yearly Rego and don’t get caught on the roads if you haven’t.