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‘I know he hasn’t broken or breached the MIQ law’

Tuesday 2 November 2021 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Local, National

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‘I know he hasn’t broken or breached the MIQ law’
The Edgewater Resort and Spa. PHOTO: TUAINE PAPATUA. 20051904 / 20051903

The wife of the 35-year-old father of young children who was arrested last week and remanded into Arorangi Prison for 48 hours following incidents in Managed Isolation Quarantine (MIQ) for returning Cook Islanders from New Zealand, has spoken with Cook Islands News.

The wife of the 35-year-old father of young children who was arrested last week and remanded into Arorangi Prison for 48 hours following incidents in Managed Isolation Quarantine (MIQ) for returning Cook Islanders from New Zealand, has spoken with Cook Islands News.


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