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Cook Islands, NZ leaders celebrate Waitangi Day, pledge stronger ties

Saturday 10 February 2024 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Features, Weekend

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Cook Islands, NZ leaders celebrate Waitangi Day, pledge stronger ties
Celebrating Waitangi Day and the first visit of Aotearoa New Zealand’s new Deputy Prime Minister, Winston Peters, and Minister of Health and Minister for Pacific Peoples, Dr Shane Reti. From Left: MP for Ngatangiia - Tukaka Ama, Jane Archer, Public Service Commissioner - Carl Hunter, NZ DPM Winston Peters, Alex Herman, Pua Ngamata Hunter, Tauepa Tutakiao-Tupa. MELINA ETCHES/24020809

Waitangi Day and the first visit of Aotearoa New Zealand’s new Deputy Prime Minister, Winston Peters, and Minister of Health and Pacific Peoples, Dr Shane Reti, was marked with a special garden reception at Ngātipā, the official residence of New Zealand. New Zealand High Commissioner Tui Dewes hosted the special evening on Wednesday, February 7, attended by around 200 people.

Waitangi Day and the first visit of Aotearoa New Zealand’s new Deputy Prime Minister, Winston Peters, and Minister of Health and Pacific Peoples, Dr Shane Reti, was marked with a special garden reception at Ngātipā, the official residence of New Zealand. New Zealand High Commissioner Tui Dewes hosted the special evening on Wednesday, February 7, attended by around 200 people.


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