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Tuesday 4 July 2017 | Published in Local

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Complaints by radio talkback host Tony Hakahoro over Takamoa Cook Islands Christian Church theological students being made to work long hours, six days a week on a new hall in the Takamoa grounds have led to undertakings that no further building projects will be managed by either the principal of the theological college or a CICC reverend.

Complaints by radio talkback host Tony Hakahoro over Takamoa Cook Islands Christian Church theological students being made to work long hours, six days a week on a new hall in the Takamoa grounds have led to undertakings that no further building projects will be managed by either the principal of the theological college or a CICC reverend.


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