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Police community service celebrated

Friday 22 September 2017 | Written by Chris Taylor | Published in Local

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Police community service celebrated
Posing for a formal photo are (back row from left) Maritime Commander Inspector Tepaki Baxter, Prevention Commander Inspector John Strickland, New Zealand High Commissioner Peter Marshall, Deputy Prime Minister Teariki Heather, Police Commissioner Maara Tetava, Superintendent Aka Matapo. Front: Akaiti Puna, prime minister Henry Puna, Queens Representative Tom Marsters and Tuaine Marsters. 17092112

A special Cook Islands Police Service award ceremony usually reserved for the parade ground, was instead held on Tuesday evening at the Edgewater Resort.

A special Cook Islands Police Service award ceremony usually reserved for the parade ground, was instead held on Tuesday evening at the Edgewater Resort.


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