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Tonga celebrates arrival of broadband World Bank, Fuseworks May 17, 2013, 11:26 am Today Tonga's National ICT Day showcased the advent of high-speed internet in July, under the first phase of the Pacific Regional Connectivity Project supported by the
Tongan princess gives birth NZ Newswire May 11, 2013, 1:27 pm The heir to the Tongan throne is celebrating the birth of his first son. The son of Crown Prince Tupouto'a and Princess Sinaitakala was born earlier than expected at Auckland Hospital's
Apr. 27, 2013 Resident of San Mateo Kelela Tavake-Naeata peacefully returned to our Heavenly Father on April 27, 2013. Kelela was born in Tatakamotonga on the Friendly Islands of Tonga. Her parents, both deceased, Titali Tavake and Laumanu Kanongata'
After a year of moving heavy furniture into cabins in Utah, Star Lotulelei realized the working man's 9-to-5 life simply wasn't for him. Lotulelei knew right then he needed to make his NFL dream happen _ no matter what the cost.
Inside, many of the 450 students were dressed in formal attire, which for the boys included a tupenu (skirt) and a ta'ovala (mat) worn around their waist and kept in place by a belt. Girls wore long dresses and ta'ovala as well, some adorned with
Samoa captain Roy Asotasi wants to play an annual rugby league Test against traditional rival Tonga, but says security needs to be addressed after the pitch invasion that ended Saturday night's game prematurely. Tonga won 36-4 but the match at
The festival provides a varying display of cinema from around the world from the wars of West Papua to the experiences of local surfer, Isei Tokovou. Yesterday, the festival featured six films; some from West Papua, another based on Tonga and
Several dozen soldiers from the South Pacific nation of Tonga are training with British and U.S. troops to take up support roles in Afghanistan , officials say. The 55 Tongans are among soldiers from 50 nations that make the International Security
A nearly 19-minute long video of Tongan high school students being systematically beaten has caused uproar in the Pacific kingdom. It shows boys between 13 and 17 at the government-owned Tonga College being beaten repeatedly with a 1.5-metre stick
The international future of Konrad Hurrell is still up in the air, with the blockbusting Warriors centre admitting he is yet to make up his mind whether he make himself available for New Zealand or Tonga. Hurrell burst onto the first-grade scene for