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australia • cook islands • legal • mathew andrews • pacific magazine • ulamila wragg • volunteer ministers • winnie lawrence
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Oct 6, 2008
Scientology's Sydney Tour Gets Warmer Reception — Pacific Magazine
Type: Press
Author(s): Ulamila Wragg
Source: Pacific Magazine
Church of Scientology's South Pacific Goodwill Tour that faced a legal challenge in the Cook Islands in August propped up in Sydney, Australia over the weekend. Spokesperson Mathew Andrews said that they have a few more weeks of activities at Palm Grove in Darling Harbour before the tour heads back to one of the islands in the South Pacific. While in the Cook Islands this year, Prime Minister Jim Marurai publicly opposed them while a Christian church leader took them to ...
Aug 5, 2008
Scientologists Say Church Tent Will Remain For Two Weeks — Pacific Magazine
Type: Press
Author(s): Ulamila Wragg
Source: Pacific Magazine
The saga over the presence of the Church of Scientology in the Cook Islands has taken a new twist. A church tent, pulled down last month by the Scientology Volunteer Ministers to avoid a legal battle, is up again after the church clarified its position with the Ministry of Justice, especially under the Constitution, which grants freedom of religion and of conscience. The church was legally challenged by Pentecostal leader Reverend Alfred Morris, who challenged the church’s display tent in the ...
Jul 19, 2008
Scientology Group Taken To Court By Apostolic Church Leader — Pacific Magazine
More: pacificmagazine.net
Type: Press
Author(s): Ulamila Wragg
Source: Pacific Magazine
The Cook Islands High Court will hear an application today (Friday local time) for the demolition of a tent set up by the Church of Scientology in the middle of the capital, Avarua. The writ was filed in court by Reverend Alfred Morris, who leads a local Apostolic church in Rarotonga. Last week the Cook Islands government gave the green light to visiting Church of Scientology representatives Mathew Andrews and Winnie Lawrence to put up posters. However, they were advised the ...
Jul 19, 2008
Scientology Official Dismantles Displays To Avoid Court Tussle — Pacific Magazine
More: pacificmagazine.net, rickross.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Ulamila Wragg
Source: Pacific Magazine
A rival church’s petition against the Church of Scientology was dismissed by the Cook Islands High Court this afternoon after Scientology officials removed a display tent that was the focus of the court action. Local church leader Reverend Alfred Morris applied to the court this week for the removal of a display tent erected by the Church of Scientology in the capital Avarua. Morris said that apart from having no approval under the Religious Organisations Restrictions Act 1975, the Scientologists were ...
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Other web sites with precious media archives. There is also a downloadable SQL dump of this library (use it as you wish, no need to ask permission.)   In May 2008, Ron Sharp's hard work consisting of over 1260 FrontCite tagged articles were integrated with this library. There are more contributors to this library. This library currently contains over 6000 articles, and more added everyday from historical archives.