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Unveiling huge event on Mauke

Monday 13 November 2017 | Published in Outer Islands

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Unveiling huge event on Mauke
Bishop Paul Donoghue is carried into the grounds of St Michaels church on Mauke on a traditional pa'ata for the unveiling for Father John Rovers' headstone last Friday. The colourful event was described by residents as the biggest held on the island this year, and featured singing, dancing – and plenty of food. 17111219

The biggest event held on Mauke this year provided a colourful spectacle for the large crowd of locals and visitors who attended the unveiling ceremony of the late Father John Rovers on Friday of last week.

The biggest event held on Mauke this year provided a colourful spectacle for the large crowd of locals and visitors who attended the unveiling ceremony of the late Father John Rovers on Friday of last week.


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