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‘Cook Islands language our greatest strength’

Wednesday 14 August 2019 | Written by Losirene Lacanivalu | Published in Education

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‘Cook Islands language our greatest strength’
Cook Islands High Commissioner to New Zealand Elizabeth Wright-Koteka (3rd from left) with New Zealand Government representatives and diplomats. 19081311

“Speaking Te Reo Maori remains one of my greatest strengths in this role. It allows me to be a better communicator to our people, particularly the older generations and people of Pa Enua origin," says Cook Islands high commissioner to New Zealand.

“Speaking Te Reo Maori remains one of my greatest strengths in this role. It allows me to be a better communicator to our people, particularly the older generations and people of Pa Enua origin," says Cook Islands high commissioner to New Zealand.


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