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Prolonged dry periods predicted in southern Cooks

Saturday 27 September 2014 | Published in Environment

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Prolonged dry periods predicted in southern Cooks
Aitutaki residents Ngakukutai Jones (left) and Twin Ruarangi with their test tubes of water from home to be tested and seen if it is fit to be drunk. The pair assured this wasn't their pregnancy test kits. 14092606

A visiting environmental health specialist says there is a 60 per cent chance that the Pacific Ocean area is entering an El Nino weather pattern.

A visiting environmental health specialist says there is a 60 per cent chance that the Pacific Ocean area is entering an El Nino weather pattern.


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