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Infrastructure ‘catch-up’ vital

Monday 13 November 2017 | Published in Local

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Infrastructure ‘catch-up’ vital
This unsightly pile of rubbish, including plastic refuse, was dumped on a Rarotonga beachside section by tourist accommodation operators, and later burned, says Te Ipukarea Society technical director Kevin Passfield. 1711104

Rarotonga’s infrastructure needs to catch up in order to cope with the rapid increase in tourism numbers over the past 10 years, says Te Ipukarea Society technical director Kelvin Passfield.

Rarotonga’s infrastructure needs to catch up in order to cope with the rapid increase in tourism numbers over the past 10 years, says Te Ipukarea Society technical director Kelvin Passfield.


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