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Port receives oil-spill gear

Wednesday 27 March 2019 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Environment

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Port receives oil-spill gear
Deputy prime minister Mark Brown and New Zealand High Commissioner to the Cook Islands Tessa Te Mata with other guests at the oil-spill equipment handover yesterday at the Ports Authority Canteen Area. 19032622a

Oil-spill equipment worth about $60,000 was presented to the Ministry of Transport which yesterday received the kind donation on behalf of the Cook Islands Ports Authority.

Oil-spill equipment worth about $60,000 was presented to the Ministry of Transport which yesterday received the kind donation on behalf of the Cook Islands Ports Authority.


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