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Saturday 12 November 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Business, National

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‘No safety risk’: Airport waiting for funding to swap cracked slabs
From left (seated) – Airport Authority chief executive Nikau Tangaroa, chairman Taoro Brown, project manager Ianis Boaza (standing on the right) and plant manager Marama Nicholas. 22111133

The Cook Islands Airport Authority is adamant there is ‘no safety risk’ from the hairline cracks in the newly laid concrete slabs on the runway as they wait funding to replace them.

The Cook Islands Airport Authority is adamant there is ‘no safety risk’ from the hairline cracks in the newly laid concrete slabs on the runway as they wait funding to replace them.


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