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Tuesday, March 13th, 2018


Renewal of the State of Emergency

Fakataha e Eiki Palemia mo e Ateni-Seniale Leoleo, Minisita ki he Fakamaauanga mo e Minisita Polisi ke Vakaii ha Founga Ngaue Uouongataha

Hon Prime Minister Meets with Acting Attorney General, Minister for Justice and Minister for Police to Seek Common Pathway Way Forward

Government believes that Police Commissioner is not fit to continue on his post

Radio & TV Tonga, Nuku’alofa, 12/03/2018   Tongan Government informed the Prime Minister of New Zealand and her delegation who were in Tonga last week that the Police Commissioner shouldRead More

Locals encouraged to be more prepared when disaster strikes

Radio & TV Tonga, Nuku’alofa, 12/03/2018 Tonga’s High Commissioner to Australia – HRH Princess Latufuipeka visited the National Emergency Management Office – NEMO, this morning. Her visits aimed to witnessRead More

Program to solve challenges faced by youths

Radio & TV Tonga, Nuku’alofa, 12/03/2018  It is important to initiate program for the youth to overcome the challenges that they faced. A program was held last week known asRead More

Power Supplies disrupted from a road accident

Radio & TV Tonga, Nuku’alofa, 12/03/2018 All power supplies from Ha’ateiho, Pea and Vaini were switched off yesterday due to a road accident. This follows a young man drove andRead More

Customs receive two containers of office equipment form Heilala Charity in Australia

Radio & TV Tonga, Nuku’alofa, 12/03/2018 The Customs office this morning received a donation from the Heilala Charity organisation in Australia. This donation included office equipment such as desks andRead More

Climate Resilience Sector Project for civil servants

Radio & TV Tonga, Nuku’alofa, 12/03/2018 Twenty certificates were presented to civil servants who have completed the Climate Resilience Sector Project. This training is in partnership with the Tongan GovernmentRead More

340 million pa’anga damaged recorded in the Agricultural sector

Radio & TV Tonga, Nuku’alofa, 12/03/2018 The cost of the damaged to the Agricultural Sector in Tonga after Cyclone Gita is estimated to $340 million pa’anga.   This was revealedRead More