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Cook Islanders in NZ honour our war effort

Friday 5 May 2017 | Published in Local

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Cook Islanders in NZ honour our war effort
Sandra Tisam, Grace Hutton, Anne Allan-Moetaua and Vaiata Clarke met at the Wellington Cenotaph following the Anzac Day Community Service. 17050408

The 500 Cook Islands soldiers who volunteered to fight in World War One were remembered by many Cook Islanders who attended the Anzac dawn service in Wellington, New Zealand, on April 25 this year.

The 500 Cook Islands soldiers who volunteered to fight in World War One were remembered by many Cook Islanders who attended the Anzac dawn service in Wellington, New Zealand, on April 25 this year.


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