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Saturday 18 July 2020 | Written by Katrina Lintonbon | Published in Local

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NZ High Commission revamping dedication to fallen local soldiers
Pictured left to right departing Deputy High Commissioner Sarah Short, new Deputy High Commissioner Heléna Cook, Acting High Commissioner Rachel Bennett, RSA President Henry Wichman, RSA member Wayne Barclay and renowned local artist Mike Tavioni. Photo: Supplied. 20071507

New Zealand commissioned the carved gateway and memorial stone at the RSA cemetery to recognise the sacrifice 500 Cook Islanders made in World War 1, the largest Pacific contribution to the Great War.

New Zealand commissioned the carved gateway and memorial stone at the RSA cemetery to recognise the sacrifice 500 Cook Islanders made in World War 1, the largest Pacific contribution to the Great War.


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