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Rainforest Men’s Club ‘pay’ their part at celebrations as focus grows on sustainability

Wednesday 10 November 2021 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Environment, National, Outer Islands

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Rainforest Men’s Club ‘pay’ their part at celebrations as focus grows on sustainability
Teina Bishop packs root crops to be delivered to the visiting Palmerston Island group in Aitutaki. 21110119.

One of Aitutaki’s renowned establishments locally known as the “Rainforest” or “Gentlemen’s Club” got into the spirit of the island’s Bi-centennial celebrations by contributing six bags of tarutarua root crops to the island of Palmerston.

One of Aitutaki’s renowned establishments locally known as the “Rainforest” or “Gentlemen’s Club” got into the spirit of the island’s Bi-centennial celebrations by contributing six bags of tarutarua root crops to the island of Palmerston.


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