The ‘Ikale Tahi will play Scotland tomorrow, Saturday November 22, in the small Scottish town of Kilmarnock.
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The Pacific is tied with the Sub- Saharan Africa region as having the lowest level of improved sanitation coverage in the world, it was noted yesterday, 19 November, on the United Nation’s second “World Toilet Day”.
The health-related quality of life of school-aged children in Tonga is at “worrisome low levels” states a report published in a Swedish-based medical journal, Global Health Action, published in August.
Hundreds of young students from 11 Primary and Middle Schools of the Free Wesleyan Church today performed colourful traditional dances, at the Maamaloa grounds in Nuku’alofa.
Tonga’s Court of Appeal will make a judgement on Friday, 21 November regarding an appeal by the Supervisor of Elections and Chairman of Tonga’s Electoral Commission against a judgment to register Sione Tupouniua, as a candidate for Tongatapu No.1 constituency for the General Election.
Alexandria Marie Mailangi (21) was the Dux of St Joseph’s Business College 2014 during its graduation ceremony held on Wednesday, 19 November at Ma’ufanga.
“Pacific island countries are important members of the Asia-Pacific community and the developing world. …An important agenda of my visit is to invite leaders of all Pacific island countries that have diplomatic ties with China to Fiji for discussions on ways to further grow China’s relations with these countries and jointly draw a blueprint for the bright future of our friendly exchanges and mutually beneficial cooperation,” stated H.E. Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of China today ahead of a visit to Fiji. (Translation of a speech “A Lasting True Friend of the People of Pacific Island Countries”).
Nuku’alofa’s first Food Mart was officially opened by the Prime Minister, Lord Tu’ivakano at the Tonga Post Building in central Nuku’alofa on Friday evening, 14 November.
Kefu Kalavi (19) the man charged with the murder of a Chinese shopkeeper at Halaleva in February this year remains in custody, after appearing at the Nuku’alofa Magistrate’s Court on Monday, 17 November.
Employees at the National Reserve Bank of Tonga (NRBT) can take mortgages starting on November 14, 2014, following the Gazetting of a new order.
Tonga’s Meteorology Department is warning that current weather conditions indicate that Tonga could suffer a tropical cyclone this summer.
The youth of the Toe Talatalanoa Uniting Church of Canberra, Australia, have taken part in two days of cultural discussions with Tonga’s High Commissioner to Australia, HRH Princess Angelika Lātūfuipeka Tuku‘aho. Photos by Lui Tonga.
Two men were arrested after a prison warden’s son was attacked with a machete during a robbery inside a warden’s home at the Hu‘atolitoli Prison compound in Vaini on Sunday November 9.
The ‘Ikale Tahi overwhelmed the Unites States Eagles yesterday, 15 November in Gloucester, UK, scoring five tries to two, with an excellent 40 – 12 victory.
Tonga’s Prime Minister Lord Tu’ivakano was in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) last week to discuss bilateral cooperation and the latest regional developments, with UAE Foreign Minister, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed.
The 81st birthday of the Emperor Akihito of Japan was celebrated in Tonga with a reception hosted by the Japanese Ambassasdor, HE Dr Kazuchika Hamuro on 13 November, and attended by Tonga’s Crown Prince Tupouto’a ‘Ulukalala and Crown Princess Sinaitakala.
The Ministry of Commerce, Tourism and Labour has announced large reductions in the price of fuel from Monday 17 November 2014, when prices for Petrol, Diesel and Kerosene will all be lowered.
A 30-year-old former employee of the Leiola Group of Companies Ltd. has been jailed for one-year and three-months for embezzling around $20,000 pa’anga last year.
An internationally recognised Tongan-born music producer in New Zealand, 43 year-old Soane Filitonga Watkins passed away last Sunday November 9th after suffering a heart attack at his home in Takapuna, New Zealand.
Tonga’s Electoral Commission has registered Sione Keuate Tupouniua as a candidate for Tongatapu No.1 parliamentary constituency under an order issued by the Supreme Court on 10 November.