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Tonga's Chief Justice has stated that sexual offences on minors are "alarmingly prevalent" in the country.
A Tongan family has received an isolation exemption from New Zealand's government so they can attend their father's funeral in Auckland.
There were concerns from directors and teachers over the well-being of their tertiary students from Tonga studying in Auckland during the national lockdown. Audio
Tongan tertiary students studying in Auckland relied on their sense of community through the unease of going through New Zealand's lockdown away from family. Audio
The court case concerning damage to Tonga's undersea cable which disrupted telecommunications for weeks last year has been deferred until the end of October
A new report into seabed mining in the Pacific warns of irreversible damage to the marine environment.
Tongan police have arrested 14 people related to the use and supply of methamphetamine and cannabis.
A murder charge has been laid in Tonga against a 19-year-old in relation to the death of drug and addiction counsellor Ned Cook.
The latest news in Tongan language (Lea Faka-Tonga) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network. Audio
Tonga's prime minister has proposed MPs take a 20 percent pay cut as the country faces a record deficit.
The Tonga Ma'a Tonga Rugby League will apply for membership to the sport's world governing body after receiving unanimous backing from clubs that attended its annual general meeting last Friday.
Tonga's efforts to stem increasing amounts of drug use in the kingdom have suffered a blow with the death of a local counsellor. Audio
The town officer in Neiafu, in Tonga's Vava'u group of islands, is concerned expired meat is being sold.
Tonga's government will not engage with the International Rugby League while their dispute is before the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Tonga has extended its Covid-19 state of emergency until the 11th of June, however some restrictions have been eased.
A Tongan man has pleaded guilty to trying to bribe a police officer with chicken and corned beef.
Peter Warner is part of an extraordinary story that made global headlines over the past week, despite it being decades old. It's the tale of a real life 'Lord of the Flies' scenario, six Tongan boys… Audio
Tonga is undertaking public consultations on legislation that aims to improve road safety.
An opposition MP has been shortlisted for a key role in the kingdom's proposed new governing body.
The Tongan Prime Minister has rejected a claim by the International Rugby League (IRL) that the government signalled its support for a proposed new rugby league governing body in Tonga.