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Paradise Papers appearance is not sinister, says Public Service Commissioner

Thursday 10 November 2022 | Written by Caleb Fotheringham | Published in Local, National

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Paradise Papers appearance is not sinister, says Public Service Commissioner
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Public Service Commissioner Carl Hunter says not all names that appear in the Paradise Papers are associated with something suspicious and Cook Islands News linking the newly appointed Deputy Solicitor General with it suggested something sinister.

Public Service Commissioner Carl Hunter says not all names that appear in the Paradise Papers are associated with something suspicious and Cook Islands News linking the newly appointed Deputy Solicitor General with it suggested something sinister.


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