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Thursday 11 August 2005
Niu Sila
Kou lau hifo 'i he hanga 'e he kau polisi 'o fa'ao 'a e ngaahi me'alele pea pehe ki he 'api ne nofo ai e konga e kau ngaue fakapule'anga 'i Vava'u. Pea 'oku mahino pe ia ko e fai honau fatongia ne fakakouna'i kinautolu ki ai.
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Monday 8 August 2005
Australia
IRB ranks Tonga in the 20's just behind Morocco, Korea and Namibia. The statistics shows it all. It is sad to see Tonga's national sport go down like this, when Georgia, Romania and Portugal's national sport is not Rugby Union and they are ranked 19,18 and 17 respectively. - William Tapealava
Friday 5 August 2005
San Francisco, USA
Fkmalo mo fk'apa'apa lahi atu ho'o mou fai fatongia kafakafa mei Tonga na 'o lava ke mau sio atu he internet ho'o mou 'omai 'a e 'u news fekau'aki mo e strikes 'ae kau ngaue fkpule'anga. -Tangikina Pahulu
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Monday 1 August 2005
Brisbane, Australia
'Oku ou kau he kau lau ho'o ngaahi ongoongo pea pehe ki he ngaahi kautaha ongoongo kehe. 'Oku ou tui ta'etoeveiveiua ko e ma'u hala eni 'a e BBC. Ne 'ikai ha lau pehe ho'o fakamatala ka ko 'eku hoha'a na'a ko ha ma'u hala eni moe lau he letio ABC 'ae pule 'o e TV OBN. Kou tui 'oku 'ikai 'ilo 'e he tokotaha ni 'ene me'a na'a ne lea'aki. -George Sica,
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Monday 1 August 2005
Miami,USA
I have been reading your website with great interest these last few days. I am supposed to travel to Tonga next week to study the Kingdom's birds. I am now wary of how the current civil strike will affect my plans.
Wednesday 20 July 2005
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
It feels like we had never left Tonga by the tireless effort you all put in. It needs to be voiced and affirm that we all appreciate yr work. - Lupe Fonua
Monday 18 July 2005
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
As a Ikale Tahi supporter, I truly believe the Tonga Rugby Union should think about replacing the Coach and his management, as the prevous three performances by the team has been really shocking.
Monday 18 July 2005
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Ko hoku hingoa ko Finau Tatafu 'oku ake hake 'eku 'ofa lahi ki he ki'i ongo matu'a 'oku na 'asi 'ihe ta 'oku 'ikai ke 'iai ha'ana fanau.
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Monday 18 July 2005
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
'Oku hounga'ia mo'oni hoku loto' 'i he ngaue 'aufuato mo kaafakaafa kuo mou fakafemo'uekina ki ai, 'i hono fakamafola mai 'a e ngaahi ongoongo fakalotofonua mo fakatu'apule'anga ke mau lava ai kimautolu ni tu'a, 'oku nofo fakaveka holo he fonua muli ko 'eni.
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Saturday 16 July 2005
California, USA
Thank you so much Matangi Tonga for the exclusive coverages on previous events in Tonga especially the Tonga High School grand opening which we sit at home and had the taste and feel of it from overseas right at home (its like we were there as well). - James Faasolo
Saturday 16 July 2005
USA
I found this site a few days back and I have visited each day for news of Tonga. It is good to keep in touch with the country I fell in love with 25 years back. -Spencer Tolbert
Saturday 16 July 2005
Canberra, Australia
Congratulations on your website and news coverage. I was delighted with your item and photos about the visit of the King's old friends. - Lloyd Sommerlad
Tuesday 28 June 2005
Auckland, New Zealand
Please allow me to join Viliami Afeaki in congratulating you Pesi and your news media for showing good balanced news and information to the public and I think there is not much difference from listening to the BBC and the Matangi Tonga. The balanced news and articles should constructively assist the overall development. Keep up! with the good work and I am looking forward for a revolution in all the news media in Tonga, and your country will certainly reap optimum benefits from media rather than more destruction to the public.
Tuesday 28 June 2005
Nuku‘alofa, Tonga
I've been closely watching your web on a daily basis in the last couple of months. Very intensive and full of info I would like to read.
Sunday 26 June 2005
Texas, USA
To His Majesty- I know this may seem a bit bold and far against the established royal protocol for me, a non-Tongan and a West Texan, to write a letter to you and with a small degree of hope. That not only wills it reach you, but that you will find it in your heart to read it. -Larry Norton
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Sunday 26 June 2005
London, United Kingdom
Please could anybody help me to identify a book I read a long time ago and which I have been trying to find for the past nearly ten years? The details I can remember, which are very brief, are:
Monday 13 June 2005
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
The Ministry of Finance is charging consumption tax on rental buildings. Don't they know that providing a service is peculiar to humans only? Buildings cannot provide a service (cf. a mechanic, doctor)so should be exempt from consumption tax. This consumption tax is really an income tax in diguise, which will certainly increase the rate of inflation, discouraging businesses (new and old) from operating. -Sifa Taumoepeau
Saturday 11 June 2005
Auckland, New Zealand
The Shoreline issue becomes bolder and bolder as the night goes by and I believe this remains a crucial issue to discuss with its impact on the overall development of Tonga. On my earlier articles, I insisted on the importance of information for the decision makers. Let me give the public some ideas on the issue and I hope this will help enlightening also the government, TEPB and the Politicians. - Henry Alexanda Tonga
Monday 6 June 2005
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
The THRDM pre-election campaign did not deal with the issues, instead they focused on a negative campaign against people.- Sione Lolohea
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Friday 3 June 2005
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Thank you for your article published on the Matangi Tonga website, "NZ gives NZ$14m to support Tonga education". I would like to clarify the situation with regard to financial support for the salaries of teachers in non-government schools.

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