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Marae Moana plan struggles to stay afloat

Wednesday 11 November 2015 | Published in Environment

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Marae Moana plan struggles to stay afloat
Prime Minister Henry Puna will return to his home island of Manihiki this week after spending time aboard a cruise ship promoting the Marae Moana project. 15111013

Prime Minister Henry Puna is struggling to keep his dream of a massive marine park afloat, with only incremental progress made on the project since it was announced over three years ago.

Prime Minister Henry Puna is struggling to keep his dream of a massive marine park afloat, with only incremental progress made on the project since it was announced over three years ago.


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