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Late, but they’re back from Suwarrow

Saturday 23 June 2018 | Published in Outer Islands

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Late, but they’re back from Suwarrow
Happy to be home: The Te Ipukarea Society team (from left) Mary McDonald, Ieremia Samuela, Kelvin Passfi eld, Ashley Cota, Alanna Smith and Steve Cranwell, pictured about the Layar Mas on Thursday. 18062247

They arrived back a week later than originally planned, but Te Ipukarea Society’s Suwarrow expedition team were all smiles when the General Transport barge Layar Mas 291 delivered them to Avarua wharf bright and early at eight o’clock on Thursday morning.

They arrived back a week later than originally planned, but Te Ipukarea Society’s Suwarrow expedition team were all smiles when the General Transport barge Layar Mas 291 delivered them to Avarua wharf bright and early at eight o’clock on Thursday morning.


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