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Pupils cheer as new barge visits Mauke

Thursday 8 December 2016 | Published in Outer Islands

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Pupils cheer as new barge visits Mauke
There's nothing like education outside of the classroom for bringing learning home. Mauke students cheer the arrival of Cook Islands Towage's new barge. 16120714

WHEN COOK ISLANDS Towage’s new barge arrived at Mauke last week, a sizeable portion of the island's population were there to watch, including pupils of Mauke School, who had only a short walk down the road to spend a school period taking in the process which helps to link the island with the rest of the world.

WHEN COOK ISLANDS Towage’s new barge arrived at Mauke last week, a sizeable portion of the island's population were there to watch, including pupils of Mauke School, who had only a short walk down the road to spend a school period taking in the process which helps to link the island with the rest of the world.


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