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A memorial service for the late Prime Minister of Tonga is to be held in Auckland this evening.
The first Pacific language commentary of international rugby matches on New Zealand television has been hailed as a big success, with hopes it will become a regular occurrence.
Tributes have been flowing from across the Pacific after Tonga's prime minister, 'Akilisi Pohiva, died aged 78. Audio
Tonga's Rugby League federation is in chaos following an evolving dispute over money allegations and control of its National team's affairs. Audio
World Rugby and the 'Ikale Tahi squad have paid tribute to the late Tonga prime minister, 'Akilisi Pohiva, who died in Auckland yesterday.
'Akilisi Pohiva, a school teacher who evolved into the leading figure of Tonga's democracy movement to eventually become prime minister, has been remembered as a "beacon of democracy".
The Tongan prime minister and long-time democracy campaigner, 'Akilisi Pohiva, has died.
Former Kiwis rugby league coach Frank Endacott will take the reins of Mate Ma'a Tonga in the upcoming tests against Great Britain and Australia.
A sad day in the Pacific with the death of Tonga Prime Minister 'Akilisi Pohiva. Audio
The latest news in Tongan language (Lea Faka-Tonga) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network. Audio
The Prime Minister of Tonga, 'Akilisi Pohiva, has been rushed to hospital in Auckland with pneumonia.
The Tonga National Rugby League board says it has been unfairly attacked publicly and the relationship with former coach Kristian Woolf became untenable.
An oil tanker accused of involvement in the sabotage of Tonga's internet is still making shipments to the kingdom.
Tonga's Attorney General, Linda Folaumoetu'i, is reportedly in Australia to meet with representatives of Facebook.
The All Blacks have announced their Rugby World Cup intentions with a dazzling 14-try performance to rout Tonga 92-7 in Hamilton.
The odds are firmly against them but Tonga are holding out hope of an historic result against the All Blacks this afternoon.
As Tongan Language Week comes to a close, 'First Up' meets an Auckland-based couple keeping the language alive.
Tongan Kahoa Meimuli and New Zealander Brendan Corbett met in 1977 in Palmerston North. They could barely communicate because of the language barrier. After 42 years of marriage, Brendan is now a… Video