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‘Watershed moment’ for Marae Moana

Tuesday 6 February 2018 | Published in Local

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‘Watershed moment’ for Marae Moana
Marae Moana council members meet at the Offi ce of the Prime Minister. Back row: Government and state owned enterprises representative Tamarii Tutangata, Aitutaki mayor Tekura Bishop (southern group rep), parliamentary Opposition leader Smiley Heather, private sector representative Stephen Lyon, Religious Advisory Council representative Piltz Napa and House of Ariki president Kaumaiti Nui Tou Ariki. Front (from left) NGO representative Teina Mackenzie, prime minister Henry Puna (chairman) and Manihiki mayor Ngamata Napara (northern group representative). 18020531

Prime minister Henry Puna says it was “a watershed moment” when the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to the Marae Moana Council had its first meeting the week before last.

Prime minister Henry Puna says it was “a watershed moment” when the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to the Marae Moana Council had its first meeting the week before last.


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