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Cook Islands cabinet off to New Zealand

Wednesday March 28, 2018 Written by Published in Politics

A delegation led by Cook Islands Prime Minister Henry Puna will be heading off to New Zealand this Sunday to participate in the annual Joint Ministerial Forum in Wellington.


Joining Puna on the week-long journey are fellow cabinet ministers Mark Brown, Nandi Glassie and Albert Nicholas.

Six heads of ministries will also be travelling with the delegation – internal affairs secretary Anne Herman, financial secretary Garth Henderson, foreign affairs and immigration secretary Tepaeru Herman, office of the prime minister chief of staff Bredina Drollet, health secretary Aumea Herman and education secretary Danielle Cochrane.

The delegation will first travel to the capital and then Kerikeri, in Northland, for the meetings.

The office of the prime minister will issue a release later this week with more details on the trip.

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