Dr S. Langi Kavaliku who passed away on December 3 was put to rest at the Mamana Mau 'Aho Cemetery, in the grounds of Tonga College, overlooking the village of Ha'ateiho on Friday December 12.
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Sunday 7 December 2008
Dr S. Langi Kavaliku (69), Tonga's most outstanding scholar, a former Prime Minister, a former Cabinet member for 33 years, and newly appointed alternate chairman of Tonga's Political Reform Commission died in an accident at about 8 am on Wednesday, December 3, when his vehicle hit a mound of rocks that was left in the middle of a country road.
Saturday 30 June 2001
A review of the Tongan economy by scholars and economic thinkers at the University of the South Pacific, Tonga campus, on May 29 was a bit like a group of growers assessing the possible yield that they could expect to get from what they perceived to be a well-cultivated plantation. However, their findings also revealed a mixed bag of economic abnormalities. From Matangi Tonga Magazine, Vol. 16, no. 1, June 2001.
Saturday 30 September 2000
An Airport Authority to manage the running of the Fua‘amotu International Airport, is expected to be in operation by 2002, according to the Minister of Civil Aviation, Dr Langi Hu’akavameiliku. From Matangi Tonga Magazine Vol. 15, no. 3, September 2000.