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The “outburst” by lawyer and former Penrhyn MP Wilkie Rasmussen involving alleged government plans to establish a huge fishing base on the island belongs in “gaga-land,” says prime minister Henry Puna’s media adviser, Trevor Pitt.

The “outburst” by lawyer and former Penrhyn MP Wilkie Rasmussen involving alleged government plans to establish a huge fishing base on the island belongs in “gaga-land,” says prime minister Henry Puna’s media adviser, Trevor Pitt.


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