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Dog attack prompts committee to step up response

Tuesday 21 June 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Economy, National

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Dog attack prompts committee to step up response
Minister for tourism Patrick Arioka. PHOTO: CALEB FOTHERINGHAM/22020809

Reports of a dog attack on a three-year-old on Rarotonga have prompted the dog control committee to step up their work against stray or violent dogs, while a resort owner has advocated tying dogs up overnight.

Reports of a dog attack on a three-year-old on Rarotonga have prompted the dog control committee to step up their work against stray or violent dogs, while a resort owner has advocated tying dogs up overnight.


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Comments

Tony Heays on 21/06/2022

This needs to be fast tracked.