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Koutu Nui renews tourism concerns

Wednesday 7 November 2018 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Environment

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Koutu Nui renews tourism concerns
Members of the Koutu Nui during a meeting with minister George Maggie last week. From left, Philip Nicholas, Sonny Daniel, Tutu Poriti Samuel, Tupe Short, Minister Maggie, Koutu Nui president Paul Allsworth and Tai Kamana Adamson. 18110509

Koutu Nui has raised renewed concerns about the social and environmental impact from the blooming tourism industry in the Cook Islands.

Koutu Nui has raised renewed concerns about the social and environmental impact from the blooming tourism industry in the Cook Islands.


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