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Monday 20 March 2017 | Published in Local

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The Ministry of Cultural Development staged its first national calendar event the Bluesky Te Mire Atu 2017, on Thursday night to an appreciative audience that included Finance minister Mark Brown and prime minister’s wife, Akaiti Puna, The Kaumaiti Nui, Travel Tou and Mrs Tou and representatives of the event sponsors.

The Ministry of Cultural Development staged its first national calendar event the Bluesky Te Mire Atu 2017, on Thursday night to an appreciative audience that included Finance minister Mark Brown and prime minister’s wife, Akaiti Puna, The Kaumaiti Nui, Travel Tou and Mrs Tou and representatives of the event sponsors.


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