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The subdued voice of independence for the Cook Islands

Monday 31 July 2017 | Published in Local

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WHENEVER TE MAEVA Nui comes around each year, I get to think about the question of independence for the Cook Islands. While for a lot of people it is a time of celebration of the fact that we are a self governing country, I wonder though whether people actually think beyond the dancing and singing.

WHENEVER TE MAEVA Nui comes around each year, I get to think about the question of independence for the Cook Islands. While for a lot of people it is a time of celebration of the fact that we are a self governing country, I wonder though whether people actually think beyond the dancing and singing.


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