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August 16, 2013
It is said that in the late 1800’s, the widowed ‘Queen Nyarroh’ of Barri, fell in love with the Chief of Koya, who lived on the opposite side of the Moa river, behind Tiwai Island. As a gift of love, Queen Nyarroh gave half of Tiwai to the Koya Chief, so the Chiefdoms would share...
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It is said that in the late 1800’s, the widowed ‘Queen Nyarroh’ of Barri, fell in love with the Chief of Koya, who lived on the opposite side of the Moa river, behind Tiwai Island. As a gift of love, Queen Nyarroh gave half of Tiwai to the Koya Chief, so the Chiefdoms would share...
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The recently released Human Rights report for 2012 of the Human Rights Commission has said in their recommendations, that the Government should repeal the Seditious Libel provisions in the 1965 Public Order Act and also enact the Access to Information bill which was introduced in Parliament two years ago. In the report, it was stated...
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The recently released Human Rights report for 2012 of the Human Rights Commission has said in their recommendations, that the Government should repeal the Seditious Libel provisions in the 1965 Public Order Act and also enact the Access to Information bill which was introduced in Parliament two years ago.
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