Ministry of Justice and Court House Building Lift Working Again


The country’s only public lift, in the Ministry of Justice and Court House building, was back working again on Tuesday after a visit from a Phoenix Elevators technician from New Zealand.

While the lift is functioning now as required, exactly what caused the failure in the first place is yet to be confirmed by Phoenix Elevators.

Cook Islands Investment Corporation General Manager of Asset Development, Anne Taoro, says that “while a number of possible scenarios have been put forward, we’ll have to wait until we get the full report from New Zealand. The technician’s initial assessment is that the fault was associated with the lift’s sensors.”

The cost to remedy the issue is covered under warranty. Cook Islands Investment Corporation apologises for any inconvenience caused by the lift being temporarily out of action.

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