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Out of date rice provoke Ha’apai cyclone victims’ outrage

Packets of rice that are beyond their ‘best before’ date have been distributed to victims of cyclone Ha’apai, it was claimed this week. Victims of...

Ha’apai Cyclone victims: free tinned fish fiasco

Although people said they had received replacements after rancid cans of tinned fish were returned to local authorities  last week they feared  eating them...

China pledges further USD $600,000 relief effort

The Chinese Government has given Tonga  further relief efforts for the Ha’apai victims which will include a grant of USD $600,000 in cash on...

Cyclone victims claim: Aid reached us three weeks late and it’s rotten

It has taken three weeks for aid to reach the victims of Cyclone Ian in Ha’apai and some of the food reaching the devastated...

Diarrhea hits Ha'apai but 'under-controlled'

Health experts are battling to prevent widespread illness after reports this week that diarrhea and skin diseases surfaced in areas of Ha’apai which were...

Reliefs reach remote areas as more aid roll in

Authorities in Tonga said the relief efforts from both the international and local communities already in place have arrived at areas outside Haapai's main...

Thousands fear hunger as report released

A report says almost 5000 people in Ha’apai were affected when cyclone Ian hit on Saturday leaving nearly 1000 households homeless with many evacuated...

In pictures: Cyclone Ian aftermath

Tonga's Digicel mobile communication provider has announced this morning  its telecommunication services to Ha’apai have been restored after links were cut by the massive...