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Thursday 22 October 2015

Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Matangi Tonga Online photo-journalist, Linny Folau, has joined four senior journalists on the first APIC - Pacific Islands Journalists’ Invitation Program in Japan from October 20-28, aimed to deepen their understanding on some national and regional issues facing Japan.
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Saturday 20 April 2013
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Five award-winning writers received cash prizes on Friday in the first Tongan Journalism Awards programme, organised by the Tonga National Planning Committee for International Women's Day.
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Law
Saturday 20 April 2013
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Tonga’s new Family Protection Bill 2013 will provide protection orders that will quickly and firmly stop a significant crime in Tonga - a crime that has killed four women and left others hospitalized due to severe beatings from either their partners or husbands. By Linny Folau.
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Tuesday 1 November 2011
Washington DC, USA
Bob Woodward, one of America's best known journalists, believes that journalists should be persistent and relentless in pursuing the truth. By Linny Folau.
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Tuesday 1 November 2011
Washington DC,USA
Growing their economy and creating jobs are among the most important issues facing America today, observers at a White House press briefing learned on October 27. By Linny Folau
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Wednesday 26 October 2011
Washington DC,USA
The International Visitor Leadership Program for Journalists began in Washington DC on October 24, bringing together 150 journalists from around the world, including Linny Folau of Matangi Tonga Online, from Nuku'alofa.
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Tuesday 22 June 2010
Wellington,New Zealand
Wellington, New Zealand. Exposing Pacific Journalists to how New Zealand is involved in the Pacific and its relationship with the islands is one of the aims of a five-day Pacific Media Exchange Program being held in Wellington and Auckland for three journalists from Samoa, Cook Islands and Tonga.
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Monday 29 December 2008
Tokyo, Japan
Jetting from a small island Kingdom of Tonga in the South Pacific to the East-Asian home of the world's tenth largest population- 128 million people, my trip to Japan was both an intriguing yet a terrifying experience. By Linny Folau.
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Thursday 11 December 2008
Taiji, Japan
Fishing culture is nowhere as important as it is in Japan where the practices are passed down for generations, sustaining livelihoods through trade and maintaining a community's identity. And the hunting of dolphins is very much part of those practices. Story and photos by Linny Folau
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Monday 1 December 2008
Tokyo, Japan
Fighting to preserve a fish-eating culture that is slipping away among a younger generation in urban areas in Japan is the mission of an unusual non-governmental organisation. Its goal is to inspire Japanese youngsters by tickling their taste buds with fish and other seafood dishes, which they help to prepare. by Linny Folau
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Thursday 27 November 2008
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
I just wanted to say Congratulations to Matangi Tonga Online photo-journalist and 2008 Sasakawa Pacific Islands Journalism Fellow, Linny Folau, for the wonderful articles. - Monalisa V. Palu
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Friday 21 November 2008
Taiji, Japan
Despite international pressure opposing whaling practices, this traditional whaling village located near the south end of Japan's Kii Peninsula is determined to fight on and preserve its whaling culture. The fight, enthusiastic villages say, is nothing short of trying to protect their cultural identity. Story and photos by Linny Folau.
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Monday 17 November 2008
Tokyo, Japan
The Japanese love their tuna and nothing demonstrates their passion as well as the fish-mania that goes on every morning at the legendary Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo - the mother of all fish markets and a popular tourist destination. By Linny Folau
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Tuesday 14 October 2008
Tokyo, Japan
The Sasakawa Pacific Islands Journalism Fellowship 2008 for three senior Pacific Island journalists, begins its intensive week-long program on the theme 'Fisheries and the Pacific' on Monday, October 13 in Tokyo, Japan. By Linny Folau
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