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Tonga's only youth run NGO is hoping to end violent interschool rivalries through its mentorship and outreach programmes.
The Tonga Rugby Union is seeking a Chief Executive Officer, in a bid to kick-start a new future of stability for 2021 and beyond.
The latest news in Tongan language (Lea Faka-Tonga) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network. Audio
Filipe Manu is a New Zealand-Tongan tenor who is currently based in London, where he is part of the Young Artist programme at the world-renowned Royal Opera House. He's Calling Home this morning. Audio
One hundred and seventy-five people have been repatriated back to Tonga, arriving on a flight from New Zealand yesterday.
Efforts to prepare Pacific police for the opening of borders amid the Covid-19 pandemic are underway in Fiji. Audio
Attempts to settle the ongoing saga around the governance of Tongan Rugby League out of court have fallen flat.
Tonga's government has introduced new legislation it says aims to tackle online abuse and cyber crime. Audio
Samoa and Tonga have named eclectic squads to play in the women's Rugby World Cup repechage qualifier this weekend.
Emotions are high ahead of the Rugby World Cup qualifying match between Samoa and Tonga this weekend. Audio
Emotions are high ahead of this weekends Rugby World Cup qualifying match between Samoa and Tonga. Audio
Tonga's Court of Appeal has acquitted Noble MP, Lord Tu'ivakano, of making a false statement to obtain a Tongan passport, and of perjury.
Six Pacific island countries have joined the United Nations Global Partnership for Education following the endorsement of their own plans for education.
The International Finance Corporation says Australian-based Tongans can now access a digital product that significantly cuts the costs of remitting money.
Twenty-one police officers in Tonga have been sacked over criminal convictions and serious disciplinary breaches.