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Why Tongan language has no word for human rights  - 2 comments
Martin Fatanitavake says:

By analysing Dr Melenaite Taumoefolau's article, it revealed an important issue of interest for further discussion.

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Why Tongan language has no word for human rights  - 2 comments
losenituli says:

Please allow me to remind the author of this article that Tonga's Constitution, which will be 144 years old come 4 November 2019, is the second oldest living Constitution in the world, and wit

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Opinion

  • Tuesday 23 April 2019 6:26pm


    Nuku'alofa, Tonga
    : Are you affected by the Foreign Exchange Control Act of 2018? This is a question we should all ask.... Even if this Act was intended to stifle foreign investment in Tonga, why put the severe restrictions on what the residents of Tonga can or cannot do with their money? - Dean Bishoprick
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Sports

  • Friday 19 April 2019 6:11pm


    Papaeete, Tahiti
    : Tonga’s national beach soccer team will compete at the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Beach Soccer Nations Cup this June in Papaeete, Tahiti.
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  • Thursday 18 April 2019 4:40pm


    England, United Kingdom
    : English number 8, Billy Vunipola, received a formal warning by England’s Rugby Football Union this week in regards to a statement he posted on social media last week defending controversy embroiled wallaby Israel Folau. He also received a warning from his club, the Saracens, and was booed at during a rugby game in England’s Premiership Rugby tournament.
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Pacific Islands

  • Thursday 11 April 2019 4:32pm


    Suva, Fiji
    : Four in every 10 children in the Pacific Islands are missing out on early learning, disadvantaging them from the start, warns a new UNICEF report. Children in pre-primary education are more than twice as likely to be on track in mastering early literacy and numeracy skills than children missing out on early learning.
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  • Wednesday 17 April 2019 5:55pm


    Nuku'alofa, Tonga
    : The Australian High Commission invites members of the public to attend the Dawn Service on Thursday 25 April 2019 at the Cenotaph in Nuku'alofa, to remember those men and women from Tonga, Australia and New Zealand who have served and sacrificed in international conflicts.
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