Source: Radio New Zealand International Country: Tonga The Tongan government says up to 300 Ha'apai families are still living in tents or evacuation centres following Cyclone Ian almost two months ago. Read the full article on Radio New Zealand ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web
Source: Radio New Zealand International Country: Tonga A tropical cyclone warning is still in force for Tonga, with category-one cyclone Kofi slowly moving away from the country on Sunday afternoon. Read the full article on Radio New Zealand International FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web
Source: European Union Country: World JOINT PRESS RELEASE FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM SECRETARIAT The European Union (EU) with the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS) have signed a financing agreement for Adapting to Climate Change and ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web
Source: Food and Agriculture Organization Country: Tonga Support needed to restore livelihoods after food crops, fruit trees and fishing gear destroyed by Tropical Cylcone Ian Nuku´alofa, Tonga/Apia, Samoa, 03 Mar 2014 -- A joint report by Tonga’s Ministry ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web
Source: Australian Broadcasting Corporation Country: Tonga A gale warning remains in force as Cyclone Kofi passes south of Tonga. A gale warning remains in force as Cyclone Kofi continues to head south away from Tonga. The Tonga Meteorological Service says ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web
The Kingdom of Tonga (pronounced /tɒŋə/) in the south Pacific Ocean is an archipelago of 171 islands, 48 of them inhabited, stretching over a distance of about 800 kilometres (500 miles) in a north-south line. The islands lie south of Samoa, about one-third of the way from New Zealand to Hawaii.
Tonga, the only sovereign monarchy among the island nations of the Pacific Ocean, has the distinction... Full
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