The solitary soldier atop Tonga’s Cenotaph was removed from Pangai Si'i on November 5 and crossed Taufa’ahau Road where, dangling from a crane and in the protective arms of a serviceman, he was lowered to a new position next to the National Flag Station - in time for Remembrance Sunday Service tomorrow November 8. Photos by Linny Folau and Peter Poulsen.
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Saturday 7 November 2015
Wednesday 9 September 2015
The final resting place for Tonga’s War Memorial remains uncertain amid conflicting statements that were made by Cabinet Ministers in parliament and a press release from His Majesty’s Armed Forces yesterday, 8 September.
Wednesday 26 August 2015
The construction of a new government building named ‘St George's Palace’ has begun after HM King Tupou VI planted a black foundation stone at Pangai Si’i at an official groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, 25 August.
Tuesday 11 August 2015
Pangai Si’i - the shady green public park in the Nuku'alofa Central Business District, had many of its trees chopped down and the grass bulldozed starting yesterday in preparation for the construction of a new government building to be dubbed 'St George Palace'.