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Thursday 3 August 2006
New Zealand
Fifita, he 'ikai ke u tuhu au ki he 'umata he 'oku 'ikai haohaoa hoku ki'i matafanga. Pea he 'ikai ke u 'oholoto atu au he tahi moana he 'oku kehe hono ika. Te u va'iva'inga pe he tahi mamaha, he ko hoku fe'unga pe ia ko e lauvale 'o e fonua. Ko e ta'e'ofa mo e siokita, te ta toe mahanga pe 'i hono fehi'anekina. Ka kohai tu kitaua ke ta fai fakamaau he 'ao 'o e 'Otua? - Longolongo‘aevalu
Thursday 3 August 2006
Rotorua,New Zealand
Fakamolemole koho'o tohi na'ake lave 'o pehe 'oku tau laukau he matamatalelei mo faka'ofo'ofa 'a e me'afaka'eiki na'e toki telio 'o Pilinisi Tu'ipelehake mo hono uaifi ko e taki 'a e Pilinisi pule. Kuo toki maliu atu 'a e ngaahi me'afaka'eiki lalahi 'i Tonga 'o a'u kihe 'alo 'o Tupou 'i Falelahi. - Fifita Toa
Wednesday 2 August 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Tonga's decision to defer its accession to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) until July next year will have no impact on the revenue collection of government during the current financial year, according to the Secretary for Finance, 'Aisake Eke.
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Wednesday 2 August 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Mr. Justice Anthony David Ford (64) has been appointed as the new Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Tonga, taking up the post from September 8 when Chief Justice Robin Webster's term in office ends.
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Wednesday 2 August 2006
Pago Pago, American Samoa
'Oku ou kei fifili ai pe au ke ko e ha e me'afua na'e ngaue 'aki 'e he kau "'Atamai'ia" ke nau fokotu'u ke fai e hiki ki he 60%, 70% moe 80% Tuku mu'a ke u vavalo atu Ko e fakalele ha fonua 'oku 'ikai toe kehekehe ia mo hano fakalele ha pisinisi. 'Oku 'i ai e koloa 'oku fakatau atu pea mo e pa'anga 'oku ma'u mai. Ko e pa'anga ma'u mai 'oku vahevahe ia ki he konga ke toe hu mai 'aki ha koloa ke hoko atu 'aki e pisisini, ko e konga ke totongi 'aki e ngaahi fakamole, ko e konga ki he pa'anga malu'i, kae 'i ai ha toenga ko e tupu. - Devil Dog Kava
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Wednesday 2 August 2006
Nuku‘alofa, Tonga
'E lava nai ke pulusi pe 'omai ha fakamatala fakaikiiki 'o fekau 'aki moe ngaahi fakafofonga kuo fili 'e he kakai pea ke kau ai mo e ngaahi tu'unga kuo fili 'e he hou'eki mo e fili mei fale lahi. Ko e ngaahi me'a ke tau 'ilo'i 'o fekau 'aki mo e kakai 'oku nau taki 'a ho tau ki'i fonua. - Tali Mau
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Tuesday 1 August 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
The Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of China, HE Mr Li Zhaoxing will arrive in Tonga tomorrow afternoon, August 2.
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Tuesday 1 August 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Hon. Viliami Tupoulahi Mailefihi Tuku‘’aho (49) was bestowed with the hereditary title Tu‘ipelehake at the Royal Palace, Nuku‘alofa, this afternoon. Photos by Linny Folau
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Tuesday 1 August 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
The ten days of mourning for the Royal Funeral of the late Prince Tu‘ipelehake and Late Princess Kaimana Tuku‘alofa was completed today, with the pongipongi tapu, or the sacred mourning, held at the Royal Palace in Nuku‘alofa.
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Monday 31 July 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
A tour of Wales, Scotland, and Ireland by the Pacific Islanders team in November was confirmed today by the Chairman of the Pacific Islands Rugby Alliance Board (PIRA), Sakopo Lolohea.
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Monday 31 July 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
The construction of a new tertiary complex for the teaching of carpentry in Tonga will start tomorrow at the Tonga Institute of Science and Technology at ‘Anana in Nuku‘alofa.
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Sunday 30 July 2006
New Zealand
Ne u fu'u mo'utafu'ua 'i he ngaahi fakaanga ta'eufi, ta'e'ofa mo ta'etoka'i ki he Fale 'o e Hau, lolotonga ia 'oku nau kei fefolofolai ki he ouau 'o 'enau me'afaka'eiki. Mahino mai pe 'e telio e ongo Tamaiki ki he Langi Na Moala kuo ngahaha leva 'a e fakaanga pe ko e ha 'oku 'ikai ai ke telio ai 'i Mala'ekula? Me'a faka'ulia ko 'etau hopohopo holo he siakale kehe, ke tau fehu'ia 'a e me'a 'oku 'ikai ke tau kau ai? - Longolongo‘aevalu
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Sunday 30 July 2006
Pago Pago, American Samoa
I have attended funeral services for people who died before and right after birth, some died from of some sort of disease, some died from accident, some died for war, some died from natural disasters, some died from suicide, some were put to death as directed by law ... Everyone of these funerals had a common message, the death is allocated to and is in accordance with the Lord's Will. - Devil Dog Kava
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Saturday 29 July 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Tonga's tsunami risk has increased this year with over 800 earthquakes in the first six months of 2006, following nearly 900 quakes in 2005, but as yet there is no system in place that can give Tongans rapid warning of a damaging wave.
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Saturday 29 July 2006
Auckland, New Zealand
‘Oku lolotonga popo’uli e ‘Otu Felenite he fu’u pulonga kafakafa ne to ‘i Ha’a Talafale ka’uma’a ‘a e Paini Tu’u Ua kae fakafeta’i pe mu’a he ‘oku to pea toe hopo hake pe e la’aa he ‘aho ki he ‘aho. - Sailosi Finau
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Friday 28 July 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
A Tongan noble, Lasike, was acquitted on a rape charge this afternoon, July 28 by Chief Justice Robin Webster at the Nuku‘alofa Supreme Court.
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Friday 28 July 2006
East Palo Alto, California, USA
I just want to clear the air with the truth from endless rumors from Tonga to USA, because it breaks my heart to know that my aunty did her best and after everything she has done she is disrespected, ignored and not given the gratitude she deserves. I want everyone to know that VInisia was well taken care of in USA by her aunty Kolotina from day one to the day she was laid to rest. -Jane Ramona Taufa
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Thursday 27 July 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
The trial of nobleman Hon Lasike on a rape charge ended today, July 27 in the Nuku‘alofa Supreme Court.
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Thursday 27 July 2006
USA
The King is gravely ill and there is no doubt who will be the successor to the throne. Is it improper to ask, "“Should He (Crown Prince) be king?"” I wish it was like the early years of the Kanokupolu Dynasty where the king was selected by personal traits and leadership abilities, not birthright. I am sure the Crown Prince is a fine gentleman. My crystal ball does not predict what the future holds for him during his reign. - Tama Foa
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Wednesday 26 July 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Tonga has deferred its membership of the WTO until July next year, the Tongan Prime Minister, Dr Feleti Sevele told the Tongan media yesterday, July 25.
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