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Island group makes waves in Honolulu

Friday 10 April 2015 | Published in Local

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During the week the group will perform in front of 3200 students at Kamehameha School and also at the famous Pacific Cultural Centre (PCC). A number of Cook Islands residents live close by, including the Numanga families from Titikaveka and the Teava families from Arorangi.

During the week the group will perform in front of 3200 students at Kamehameha School and also at the famous Pacific Cultural Centre (PCC). A number of Cook Islands residents live close by, including the Numanga families from Titikaveka and the Teava families from Arorangi.


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