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‘When Chantal is quiet, she’s learning’

Saturday 23 January 2021 | Written by Katrina Lintonbon | Published in Entertainment, Features, Go Local

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‘When Chantal is quiet, she’s learning’
Chantal Napa and Haydn Adams who run the Kia Orana Podcast recently sat down with Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown. Photo: REBECCA TAVIONI-TAUTALA 21011201

The permanent smile on her face shows that Chantal Napa is a go-getter. In partnership with American Haydn Adams, she turned a bad situation initiated by Covid-19, into a golden opportunity.

The permanent smile on her face shows that Chantal Napa is a go-getter. In partnership with American Haydn Adams, she turned a bad situation initiated by Covid-19, into a golden opportunity.


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