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Pressure from school-children to save toa trees

Tuesday 25 August 2020 | Written by Katrina Lintonbon | Published in Environment

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Pressure from school-children to save toa trees
Under the shade of the toa trees, Takitumu School children swayed with the cool sea breeze dancing and singing to the traditional action song, 'Enua Manea'. TOKERAU JIM IMAGES 20082407

Children at Takitimu School sent a strong message to Infrastructure Cook Islands about protecting the 30 toa trees outside their school, ahead of last night’s public meeting.

Children at Takitimu School sent a strong message to Infrastructure Cook Islands about protecting the 30 toa trees outside their school, ahead of last night’s public meeting.


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