The Tonga Residents Team will tour Fiji next month, playing games against two local Fijian Teams: the East Selection and the West Selection.
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‘Atenisi University will hold a “festival of democracy” next month, starting on June 17. The two-week event will include various speakers and panel discussions on democracy in Tonga as the country prepares for upcoming general elections in November this year.
A new Joe’s Kahana Resort and Restaurant was officially opened by the Prime Minister, Lord Tu’ivakano on Saturday 17 May.
Local fishermen in ‘Eua are benefiting from a training workshop on Fish Aggregating Devices or “FADs” - the floating objects used by fisherman to attract fish in large numbers.
Tonga’s Deputy Prime Minister Samiu Vaipulu has announced that Polynesian Airlines will begin servicing direct flights to Vava’u from Apia, Samoa in August, following a one month delay in introducing the new service.
Fuel prices have been lowered, effective from today May 16.
A decision by the Tongan Cabinet on March 29 to lift a moratorium on the harvesting and the exporting of sea cucumber will accelerate the depletion of Tonga’s sea cucumber stock and kill the industry, according to fisheries experts.
The Ports Authority Tonga has announced a new Port Master for its Port Operation Division.
The Tonga Red Cross Society celebrated Red Cross Day yesterday Thursday, 8 May at its national headquarters in Nuku’alofa.
The Fiji A National Women’s netball team defeated Tonga’s first grade National Women’s Netball Team yesterday Wednesday for a second time with a 43 -32 victory.
This year’s Royal Agricultural Show will be held in August, starting in Niuatoputapu on August 6 and ending in Tongatapu on August 23, Cabinet announced yesterday.
Samoan Gridiron Superstar Troy Polamalu and Fijian rugby legend Nicky Little have made strong statements about the importance of education.
The 7th Contingent of His Majesty’s Armed Forces (Royal Tongan Marines) returned from Afghanistan last week, after completing their six-months of duty at Camp Bastion and Leatherneck in Afghanistan.
A regional cold storage facility for vaccines has been established in Nadi, Fiji, donated by the New Zealand Government.
News of a crash landing of a small aircraft at ‘Eua airport this morning is coming out, as horrified ‘Eua residents witnessed a plane land without its landing gear down. REAL Tonga has confirmed this afternoon that the seven passengers and one crew member are safe, after a “belly landing” of the B-65 Queenair. Updated 1:47pm.
Tonga’s Prime Minister Lord Tu’ivakano arrived in Singapore yesterday to renew relations with the Government of Singapore. His visit will end on Thursday, 1 May.
Two Tonga High School students, Mahima Parekh and Ineti Felemi are being recognised for essays on “Sustainable Living” that they submitted in an International Schools Essays Competition.
Two Methodist schools, Tupou College Toloa and Tupou High School have dominated the medal tally for this year’s Tonga national inter-school athletics competition.
A policeman, appearing as a witness, told the court on Wednesday, April 15 he saw the accused Police Inspector Hala’ufia strangling Kali Fungavaka on the neck and pushing a torch onto his chest when he was inside the watch house, at the Nuku’alofa Police station.
Tonga has acquired a septic tank truck and two rear-package trucks for solid and water waste collections for Tongatapu.