A fire gutted a Neiafu holiday lodge early this morning but the occupants escaped the blaze. Photos by Sione Vuki.
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Saturday 18 September 2010
Monday 9 November 2009
The Big Mama Yacht Club at the Pangaimotu Island Resort celebrated its 7th birthday on October 30 with a gathering of 44 ocean-going yachts.
Friday 11 January 2008
It's a little over 60 years since the end of the War that has become a legendary part of Pacific history. Children of returned warriors to Japan, America, Australasia, and Europe are now retiring. They are the kids who grew up in the golden ages - 1950s and 60s in USA and Australasia, 70s and 80s in Japan. No sub-prime worries for this group - they are real estate freehold, kids have graduated from college.
Monday 21 May 2007
Pirates from 19 yachts invaded the bar at the Pangaimotu Island Resort on Saturday night for the Fancy Dress prize giving of the 2007 New Zealand-Tonga Island Cruising Regatta.
Monday 4 July 2005
Air New Zealand will start a weekly Airbus A320 daytime service to Tonga in October, according a marketing manager, Norm Thompson, in Nuku'alofa on June 29.
Monday 20 December 2004
Auckland, New Zealand
New Zealand and Australia have agreed to share information about travellers to their countries in order to strengthen the security of international air travel and improve advance passenger screening.
Wednesday 8 December 2004
‘Atata Island, Tonga
The Royal Sunset Island Resort has new owners, after a group of Italian investors purchased the 19 year old icon of the Tonga tourism industry recently.
Friday 5 November 2004
Polynesian Airlines's new service, connecting 'Apia and Pago Pago to Vava‘u landed at the Lupepau‘u Airport, Vava'u, this morning, November 5, beginning a twice weekly Dash 8 air service between the two Samoas and Vava'u.
Friday 10 September 2004
In a hearing in an open court on 6th September 2004 to consider a review of the injunction granted by the Court on 17 August, 2004 quashing the sole operator license of Peau Vava'u Limited, the Supreme Court of Tonga ordered to rescind the injunction granted by it on 17 August 2004 and this to take effect from Friday 10th September 2004. - Peau Vava'u
Thursday 1 June 2000
Most people have seen a Tongiaki, the ancient Tongan long distance sea voyaging canoes, only in books. But Dr Larry Read of Vaimalo, Vava’u, pictured holding a drawing of a Tongiaki, wants to build a Tongiaki exactly the same as the one in his book. From Matangi Tonga Magazine Vol. 15, no. 2, June 2000.
Monday 31 May 1999
The future is uncertain for Tonga’s Fuakavenga, and Samoa’s Forum Samoa, the two container ships that make regular visits to Nuku‘alofa. Matangi Tonga Magazine Vol. 14, no. 2, May 1999.
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