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Source:  Kele’a Tonga Naʹe fakahā ʹe he Minisitā Polisī , Hon. Pōhiva Tuʹiʹonetoa ki he Keleʹá fekauʹaki mo e paʹanga ko ia naʹe vaheʹi ʹe he puleʹanga ke fai ʹaki ʹa hono fakatotoloʹi ʹo e paasipooti. Ko e fakamatala foki eni ʹa e Pōhiva Tuʹiʹonetoa koeʹuhī ko hono ʹohake ʹi Fale Alea ʹa e ʹalea fekauʹaki mo e paasipooti pea pehē ki hono fehuʹia ʹe he kakai ʹo e fonua. ʹOku mahino foki kuo ʹiai ʹa e ngaahi keisi kuo ʹi he Fakamaauʹanga pea ʹoku ʹiai ʹa e niʹihi ʹoku teʹeki pē ke fai ha ofi atu ki ai. Pēhē…

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In an interview with TNEWS on his recent trip to NZ, Tonga’s Prime Minister ‘Akilisi Pohiva said all the promises he made can not be fulfilled in time for his first term as Prime Minister. In wanting to fulfil all his promises, he hints at running for a 2nd term. All this and more….

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Keeping up to date with the latest from Tonga’s PM today. He came to NZ nearly 4 weeks ago for a health check but according to yesterday’s appointment, his Doctor gave him the green light to go back to Tonga. The news that was previously released by some Tongan media outlets claiming he has cancer, the Prime Minister said, that is very untrue. He is now looking forward to go back to Tonga tomorrow to continue serving his people and country.

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Tonga’s Prime Minister told TNEWS he has received death threats during a radio talkback in Tonga couple of months ago. The talkback was about a debate in parliament between Noble Representative Lord Tu’ilakepa and Mr Pohiva.  According to the Prime Minister the calls had been received of somebody threatening to shoot him.  Hon. Pohiva said, he is not too worried about it. However, Radio NZ revealed that there will be no review of security for the Tongan Prime Minister and no investigation into revelations that ‘Akilisi Pohiva has received death threats. The Police Minister Pohiva Tu’ionetoa said he immediately asked the…

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“Faka’ilonga’i ‘e he Palemia ‘a hono tukuatu ‘o e Palani Fakafonua ‘a Tonga ki he Hala Fononga ki ha Tonga Mo’ui Lelei” Na’e faka’ilonga’i ‘e he Palemia, Hon. Samuela ‘Akilisi Pohiva ‘a e tukuatu ki he kakai e fonua ‘a e Palani Fakafonua ‘a Tonga ki hono Faka’ehi’ehi mo Tauhi’i ‘a e Ngaahi Fokoutua ‘oku ‘Ikai ke Pipihi pe ko e Hala Fononga ki ha Tonga Mo’ui Lelei ki he ta’u ‘e nima ka hoko mai, ‘i he Tusite 24 ‘o Fepueli 2016 ‘i he Fale Fakataha’anga Kalofiama ‘o Epworth ‘i Nuku’alofa. Na’e me’a ‘a e Palemia ko e visone…

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PM ‘Akilisi Pohiva reveals he wants some of the Pacific Games Council Committee executives to resign and explains why. Did Lord Sevele and the Pacific Games Committee misuse the NZ Aid of $2m given towards the 2019 Games upgrade of its National sports stadium in Nuku’alofa.? PNG agrees to help Tonga build a suitable Stadium for the Pacific Games 2019

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Sports Tonga Seeks Assistance on Sunday, 17 Jan 2016. By Merilyn Diau-Katam -EMTV News, Port Moresby Tonga Prime Minister, Samiuela Akiliri Poliva, accompanied by his Tongan delegation of CEO for Sports and Minister for Internal Affairs arrived in Port Moresby today. They were welcomed by the Minister for Sports & Tourism, Justin Tkatchenko, at the Jacksons International Airport. The objective of the trip is to strengthen economic ties with the Pacific Island nation and share knowledge from hosting the 2015 Pacific Games. Minister For Sports & Tourism, Justin Tkatchenko, said the trip will see the Tongan delegation visiting sports facilities…

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ONGOONGO TUKUATU (‘Aho 1 ‘o Tisema, 2015) “TU’UTU’UNI ‘A E PALĒMIA’ FEKAU’AKI MO E FOKOTU’U FAKA-FALE ALEA KE FAKAHIFO ‘A ‘ETUATE SUNGALU LAVULAVU MEI HONO LAKANGA ‘I HE FALE ALEA’ KO E FAKAFOFONGA ‘O E VĀHENGA FILI 16 ‘O E VAHEFONUA VAVA’U” PUIPUITU’A Ko e tukuaki’i ‘o e Minisitā ‘oku hā ‘i he tohi Fokotu’u Faka’ilo ‘oku makatu’unga ai ‘a e lipooti ‘a e ‘Ātita’ na’e fakahū ki he Fale Aleaʹ, ‘oku anga pehe ni: ‘I he ‘aho 16 Sanuali 2015, na’e tali ai ‘ehe Kapineti’:- i) ‘A e sino’i pa’anga ko e $200,000 mei he sino’i pa’anga ki he…

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MEDIA RELEASE (8 September 2015) The Prime Minister and Minister of Education, Hon. ‘Akilisi Pohiva has revealed that recent progressive analysis of quality education in Tonga has shown that the rate of students passing their exams has been declining over the last decade. Since taking office in January, the Hon. Minister of Education has embarked on an audit of results of students passing primary and senior secondary school exams to determine a way forward for the development of education in Tonga. In his preliminary findings, the Hon. Minister was able to confirm that the pass rate has been declining since…

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