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Tuesday 6 December 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Local, National, Politics

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Govt remains tightlipped
Workers from the CCECC and the Te Mato Vai Project Management Unit late back in 2014 on the main road just past Black Rock. 14073107

More than two months after the Cook Islands Government announced it had dropped legal action against a Chinese company for poor workmanship in a multi-million-dollar water project, questions as to why and how this happened remains unanswered.

More than two months after the Cook Islands Government announced it had dropped legal action against a Chinese company for poor workmanship in a multi-million-dollar water project, questions as to why and how this happened remains unanswered.


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