In 1996 I was in a coma for 21 days, paralysed for 4 months and in wheelchair rehabilitation for 2 years. Thanks to the highly trained staff at Auckland Hospital I survived to stand as a candidate today. Sadly, not everyone benefits from that concentrated level of patient-focus. I want to join the Board to […]
These articles are about English Tongan news.
The new Queen Fine Foods Tongan vanilla rehabilitation initiative that is working with local grower families has been inspected by the King of Tonga, Tupou VI, who recently visited the island group of Vava’u. While touring to view the local products at the annual agriculture show, King Tupou VI took the opportunity to visit a […]
As Australian women prepare to vote in this year’s federal election, many are acutely aware that the numbers of female politicians in our parliaments is far too low. Equal representation is still a long way off, with women filling less than a third of the seats in the House of Representatives. As a researcher with […]
Vuna wharf, still with no lighting, running water, fire-fighting equipment, life buoys, fenders nor correct bio hazardous waste disposal. Friday 6 September 2013: Spring is here and let us have a frank look at doing business in the Kingdom; Airlines, Cruise Ships, and Government. Firstly a big thank you to the deputy Prime Minister, Samiu […]