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Vaka Pride extended to three islands

Friday 7 December 2018 | Written by Jaimie Keay | Published in Local

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Vaka Pride extended to three islands
The Vaka Pride committee pictured at Te Makirau Marae (from left) Teaukura Rakei (Cook Islands Police Service), Sieni Tiraa, Teuru Tuakanangaro (Culture), Phillip Strickland (National Environment Service) and Claytoncy Taurarii (Ministry of Health), and Lydia Nga. Front left: Morea Pokokeu and Anitonia Rangatira. 18120601

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation has coordinated three Vaka Pride community projects on the islands of Rarotonga, Aitutaki and Mauke.

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation has coordinated three Vaka Pride community projects on the islands of Rarotonga, Aitutaki and Mauke.


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