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Thursday 30 December 2021 | Written by Al Williams | Published in Economy, National

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Cops go on Christmas ticket frenzy
Checkpoints like this one pictured near Avatiu, are held regularly at random locations around the island. PHOTO: CINews files 17083102

Cook Islands police have issued close to 200 tickets on Rarotonga over the Christmas period as patrols have been ramped up with traffic enforcement checks.

Cook Islands police have issued close to 200 tickets on Rarotonga over the Christmas period as patrols have been ramped up with traffic enforcement checks.


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