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Tonga has cancelled their obligations in hosting the 2019 Pacific Games. The decision was made after they received a World Bank report highlighting the economic difficulties they would face if they continue to host the games. - visit us at http://www.emtv.com.pg/ for the latest news...
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Sione Fulivai from Tonga’s Ministry of Meteorology, Energy, Information, Disaster Management, Environment, Climate Change and Communication is one of the country delegates present at this week's (February 8-10) discussions at the Forum Secretariat around the Framework for Resilient Development in the Pacific (FRDP). Tonga was a pilot country for the development of climate change and disaster risk management in the region. Pacific Islands Forum Leaders endorsed the FRDP at their meeting in the Federated States of Micronesia in 2016. At the same time they called for the Pacific Resilience Partnership (PRP) which will be responsible for the regional coordination of the FRDP. Read more about the FRDP here: http://gsd.spc.int/frdp/
OXYGENE TONGA : Journée d'Information et de Rapprochement
Video of lessons learned from Tonga’s marine Special Management Areas On the 13-15 October 2015, the Department of Fisheries and the Civil Society Forum of Tonga convened a nation-wide “lessons learned” conference on marine Special Management Areas in Ha’apai, Tonga, supported by the MACBIO Project. There were 65 participants including community representative from across all the island groups. The main findings, challenges and successes, as well as lessons learned are presented in this video and the according report, which is published in Tongan to be feedback to the involved communities. The report also includes an executive summary in English. Download Report: http://macbio-pacific.info/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/SMA_Tonga_Report_final.pdf More info @ http://macbio-pacific.info/
Sports Minister, Justin Tkatchenko made clear today, no funds were given to Tonga as yet following Tonga’s withdrawal as host nation of the 2019 Pacific Games. The PNG Government assured Tonga of their assistance, in funds and men power, but with the recent withdrawal, this commitment will not fall through. - visit us at http://www.emtv.com.pg/ for the latest news...
Here are a few clips of my new gun in action and a awesome Manta Ray, enjoy!
Her Royal Highness Princess Angelika Lātūfuipeka Tuku'aho Patron of Namoa 'oe Taki Lelei, His Royal Highness Prince Ata, President and Hon. Vaha'i, Vice President, children of Nobles of the Realm, Matapule and Town Officers surveying Hihifo villages and landmarks of the western district of Tongatapu. Kingdom of Tonga. 4 June, 2016 ~ Namoa 'oe Taki Lelei ~ is the Royal name given by His Majesty King Tupou VI for the Young Tongan Traditional Leaders Development Forum. His Royal Highness Prince Ata is President and Hon. Vaha'i and Hon. Tēvita ʻUnga serve as Vice Presidents.
Since last year's riots pro democracy activists in the Pacific Island Kingdom of Tonga, have been battling for recognition. Over the week of the Pacific Island Forum Leader's Meeting, held from the 15th - 18th October 2007, they were barred from entering the main part of the capital Nuku'alofa. Instead they held a week of protests, and dances on the outskirts. Here's the participants doing the pro democracy dance
Rescue workers are trying to find out what happened to a ferry off the Tongan coast. A distress call was received from the ferry at about 11 o'clock local time on Wednesday, August 5. Two New Zealand air force planes joined local ships to search for survivors. The ferry was carrying 79 people and was traveling in the Nomuka Islands group. So far 52 people have been rescued. Three ships are still at the scene looking for another 27 people still missing. [Nathan McMaster, Flight Lieutenant]: "All the life crafts are cleared. From here our forces switched to the debris and making sure there are no survivors using debris as a means of flotation to try and survive." At the Pacific Islands Forum in Cairns, the Australian prime minister paid his condolences to the leader of Tonga. [Kevi...
An initiative supported by AusAID's Pacific Leadership Program, the Tonga National Leadership Development Forum (TNLDF) brings together leaders from civil society, the church, members of the nobility as well as the public and private sectors. Based on evidence that a focused group of influential and willing leaders can affect significant change, the TNLDF was established as an experiment -- putting evidence to practice. Upon the completion of a scoping study, members of the TNLDF decided to take the leadership discussion to communities nationwide, and embarked on consultations for a National Leadership Code. The Tonga National Leadership Code is envisaged as an aspirational document reflecting the values of all levels of Tongan society with respect to leadership. Leadership Codes for E...
3 Oct 2015 - First Right of Reply by the Republic of Indonesia, at the General debate of the 70th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (New York, 28 September -3 October 2015). Created with MAGIX Video deluxe 2014 Plus