Tonga Navy's new patrol boat, the VOEA Ngahau Siliva which arrived from Australia on December 16, remains quarantined with 22-crew at the Nuku'alofa harbour.
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Thursday 17 December 2020
Wednesday 4 December 2019
The case against five men charged with the murder in the death of Sione Feimoefiafi (49), was called for the first time at the Supreme Court on December 3.
Friday 9 August 2019
Nurses at Vaiola Hospital impressed the World Health Organisation (WHO) Director General, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus with their singing during a ceremony to welcome him this morning, 9 August, so much, that he invited them to Geneva, Switzerland next year.
Thursday 19 October 2017
A 43-year-old woman has been charged with reckless driving when she allegedly hit a five-year old girl with her car as she crossed a road in Ha’ateiho on Saturday, October 14.
Wednesday 14 November 2012
Monūafe a little islands north of Tongatapu, between Makahaʻa and ʻOnevai. A photograph in 2002, showed the island was a few hundred meters in size. A 2009 photograph showed how waves were rinsing the sand and soil away, leaving dying roots exposed. By 2010 the island had become much smaller. In December 2011, smaller still. By March 2012, almost nothing was left over, and somewhere during the last month, the island has disappeared forever. Who or what did it? Hurricanes? Sea level rise? Sand mining? I think that is the one. – Firitia Velt.
Monday 29 August 2005
In my humble opinion, the leadership and members of the civil servants/PSA, were treated like second class Tongans, (i.e. I quests that's how the "status quo", in Tonga still looks down at us commoners, a second class status, well, I have news for all of you "HOU'EIKIS", we're not, we're all human being and very proud being Tongans), maybe that is some of the "Hidden Unspoken Issues" that has not been brought out in the open, for an honest and frank discussions. - M. T. Tuaileva
Friday 20 May 2005
Extracts from an interview of Teisina Fuko, the President of the newly formed People's Democratic Party, by Katalina Tohi and Pesi Fonua on the weekly television program of the Media Council Inc. of Tonga, which was shown on Television Tonga on Saturday evening, May 14. By Pesi Fonua and Katalina Tohi