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Tonga's National Olympic Committee says it verbally expressed an interest in hosting the 2027 Pacific Games, but nothing has been agreed to.
Tonga's National Olympic Committee, or TASANOC, tass-a-knock says it verbally expressed an interest in hosting the 2027 Pacific Games but nothing has been agreed to officially. Audio
Tonga have won four medals, including one gold, on the first day of taekwondo at the Pacific Games, as the Kingdom seeks to restore the sport to its former glory.
The latest news in Tongan language (Lea Faka-Tonga) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network. Audio
Former Tongan and New Zealand rugby league international Manu Vatuvei has announced his retirement from the sport, a month after it was revealed he had a brain cyst.
An appeal has been filed in Tonga's Supreme Court against a decision allowing the Justice Minister to travel outside the country despite interference charges related to the case of a stolen cow.
The one year reign of a Tongan beauty queen has been wiped from the record books in retaliation for her speech at last week's crowning ceremony.
Tonga's King has commissioned the country's first large-scale wind farm project in Niutoua Village.
Alleged bullying and racism from the audience at Tonga's Heilala beauty pageant is deeply regrettable, pageant organisers say. Audio
It's time for beauty pageants to be replaced with more appropriate cultural events, a Tongan agency for women says.
There were ugly scenes at the crowning of Tonga's beauty queen over the weekend with the outgoing winner saying she will not tolerate fakeness as she called out bullying from pageant organisers. Audio
The emotional return of number eight Nasi Manu headlines Tonga's 31-man squad for the Pacific Nations Cup rugby competition.
In Tonga there's a hulabaloo over the Miss Heilala beuty pageant. Over the weekend the outgoing Miss Heilala, Kolo Funganitao, used her farewell speech to lambast the organisers for not protecting her… Audio
The Papua New Guinean beauty queen who endured a racist insult at a Tongan beauty pageant over the weekend has thanked Tongans for their support and called for unity of Pacific people.
The state-owned Tonga Broadcasting Commission has been rocked by allegations the appointment of its new Station Manager was done without due process.
Angry criticism on social media over apparent attempts to shut down a speech by Tonga's outgoing beauty queen has put the deputy prime minister in the spotlight.