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Traditional leaders tackle big issues

Wednesday 23 August 2017 | Published in Local

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Traditional leaders tackle big issues
Justice secretary Tingika Elikana (right), pictured at a House of Ariki meeting earlier this month. Elikana will also play a role in tomorrow's Koutu Nui conference. He was pictured with Clerk of the House of Ariki, Puna Rakanui, high priest Taunga Nui and Kaumaiti Nui (president) Tou Travel Ariki. 17081021a

Tomorrow will be a day for discussion about vital issues facing the Cook Islands as traditional leaders from Rarotonga and southern islands come together for the Koutu Nui conference.

Tomorrow will be a day for discussion about vital issues facing the Cook Islands as traditional leaders from Rarotonga and southern islands come together for the Koutu Nui conference.


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