April, 2018

 

Pacific journalists to meet here in May

Pacific Islands News Association President Moses Stevens

NUKU’ALOFA-April 19, 2018: 9.40pm (Nuku’alofa Times): Close to 100 journalists and media operators from around the Pacific are due to meet here in Nuku’alofa from May 7-11 in the 5th Pacific Media Summit.


Schools rugby starts tomorrow

Tupou College (Blue) and Tonga College (Red) in  a clash some time back. FILE Photo

NUKU’ALOFA-April 19, 2018: 9.30pm (Nuku’alofa Times): Inter-college rugby returns to Tongatapu tomorrow as the first round of the Tongatapu Inter College Rugby Championship kicks off at different grounds around the island.


Akosita reveals Suva bullying and defends her stand

Etuate and Akosita Lavulavu

By ALFRED TUIKORO NUKU’ALOFA-April 19, 2018: 8.55pm (Nuku’alofa Times): Former Sports and Internal Affairs Minister ‘Akosita Lavulavu has revealed that she was bullied to give up her seat at the recent Pacific Sports Ministers’ meeting in Suva, Fiji by Prime Minister ‘Akilisi Pohiva and Cabinet Minister Tui ‘Uata.


Cops seize $297,000 Pa’anga worth of methamphetamine

police

NUKU’ALOFA-April 19, 2018: 8.40pm (Nuku’alofa Times): Police this week seized $297,000 Pa’anga worth of methamphetamine and cannabis here in Nuku’alofa.


Cyclone Josie brings rain and strong winds to Fiji and Tonga

The latest weather simulation map showing TC Josie.

RAYONG, Thailand – April 1, 2018: 9.15am (Nuku’alofa Times/Fiji Times): Flooding is the order of the day in Fiji and Tonga this weekend.