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World Cup 2011: New Zealand V Tonga
World Cup 2011: New Zealand V Tonga Haka
cricturf.com for more videos .RWC 2011 New Zealand vs Tonga Haka in Rugby World Cup 2011 Opener 09.09.11 [HD]
TAB Rugby Update - ABs v Tonga
The First Haka of Tonga and All Blacks teams on the first match of the Rugby World Cup 2011. The Haka is a traditional Maori war dance.
2011 Rugby World Cup - Downtown Auckland turned into a party zone on Friday for the start of the Rugby World Cup as tens of thousands of fans flooded the streets ahead of the opening match on Friday when Tonga faces off against New Zealand's All Blacks. FRANCE 24 INTERNATIONAL NEWS 24/7 www.france24.com
First time for Tonga to beat the Wallabies. Just some highlights.....for you to enjoy :)
Otahuhu shopping centre
Ikale Tahi hype video.
Falakiko Mahe, Petelo Mahe, and pila singing at home... auckland NZ! ENJOY!!! Pila - Fasi Falakiko - kanokano Petelo - tenoa
Interview with Dagg on upcoming match vs. Tonga for the Opening of the World Cup with Players named and positions:
This video is off the 3News.co.nz. Poor News reporter couldn't do his job properly due to the overwhelming Tongan fans lol Tonga does it the bestest, GO TONGA!!!! BEST OF LUCK TONGA...... 2011
Passion, Power, Pride, and Pandemonium can only describe this scene at the Auckland Airport in New Zealand as over SEVEN THOUSAND Tongan supporters showed up to welcome the Tonga 'Ikale Tahi Squad as they arrive for the IRB Rugby World Cup Tournament and game opener vs. The New Zealand All-Blacks on Sept. 9 2011
The team performed the Sipi Tau and sang with the many thousands of fans that turned up at Auckland Airport
Tongans sing a hymn as they welcome their national rugby team to the Rugby World Cup at Auckland Airport.
Join the official Tongan Rugby Facebook Page www.facebook.com Video Description: Create havoc in Auckland traffic and at Auckland Airport 5th Sept 2011 Reporter: John Campbell
Coverage of Tonga's 'Ikale Tahi Arrival for the Rugby World Cup in Auckland- New Zealand
In light of the upcoming RWC, it's only necessary that the lyrics are put up in order to save those lost souls who suffer from Chronic Hiva Loi Disorder.
Fire kills 11 Tongan and Samoan family members in Brisbane Tagata Pasifika TVNZ 25 Aug 2011 - Samoa and Tongan family members here and across the Tasman are still in shock by the devastating Brisbane house-fire that claimed 11 lives early Wednesday morning.
Once again, Fihi returns to the silver screen but this time with newcomers Poorman and G. Why? Just put the blame on those Tonganlicious girls that's giving them lots and lots of heart pain. lol! Hope you enjoy their stories as they walk from Fa'onelua Park to Sopu then cut through Hofoa to Liahona and end up at the Pupu'apuhi (The Blow Holes) to deliver their final message as they hope to get back into the good side of their loved ones. Beat by my cuz Supadave. To be continued...
Performing at ONE TONGA Gospel Concert at Teufaiva 31st July 2011 Kingdom of Tonga.
TDS Kingdom of Tonga Military Tattoo Highlights 3rd Aug 2011. 1. Tonga Royal Guards - Ceremonial Drill 2. Support Unit - Confidence Course 3. Tonga Navy - Replenishment at Sea & Kung Fu 4. Royal Corps of Musician - Musical Display 5. Royal Tongan Marines - Battle Drill
The Band from the Kingdom of Tonga 2011 Virginia International Tattoo Performed at the Scope Arena in Norfolk, VA. April 28th through May 1st www.vafest.org
,,, a little bit of the "Tonga way" in Zimbabwe /2007/
Welcome to the Filitonu Youth Group. They are a bunch of volunteering Tongan Women and Men performing comedic dramas and concerts around Tonga. Last year they went to New Zealand but this year they're planning to explore the land from down under Australia in August. If you want to know more, look them up in facebook. Thanks! :)
Rugby's first global star goes back to where it all started. Training with the Tonga U-17 squad. Alongside him were Murray McCully and other New Zealand government officials. The Pacific Mission aims to build closer ties with Pacific Islands, and to promote and encourage the inclusion of Pacific Islands in the the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
Amputations and heart disease are at record levels in Tonga's hospitals. In a health system with no facilities to deal with kidney failure or cancer - 80 per cent of surgeries are linked to lifestyle related diseases, notably, obesity. Six out of every 10 Tongans are obese. On average, Tongans' eat four times the amount of food recommended by the country's health department. Tonga is now looking to ban or tax poor quality imported foods. Legislation may not teach restraint but keeping fatty foods off the menu is a step towards slimming down Tonga's spiraling health costs. Al Jazeera's Drew Ambrose reports from Nukualofa, Tonga.
Part 2: www.youtube.com Show your support for Tonga by joining Facebook page www.facebook.com Please subscribe to my channel to be the first to know about upcoming videos. Lautoka, Fiji 03/06/11 Tonga: 15 Vungakoto Lilo, 14 Viliami Helu, 13 Alaska Taufa, 12 Andrew Mailei, 11 Viliame Longi, 10 Kurt Morath, 9 Samisoni Fisilau, 8 Sione Kalamafoni, 7 Samiu Vahafolau (c), 6 Lisiate Faaoso, 5 Tukulua Lokotui, 3 Kisi Palu, 4 Paino Hehea, 2 Ifalemi Taukafa, 1 Alisona Taumalolo. Replacements:16 Semisi Telefoni, 17 Tonga Lea'aetoa, 18 Joe Tuneau, 19 Sione Vaiomounga, 20 Soane Havea, 21 Hudson Tonga'uiha and 22 Mateo Malupo. Fiji: 15 Kini Murimurivalu, 14 Vereniki Goneva, 13 Albert James Vulivuli, 12 Gabiriele Vododuadua Lovobalavu, 11 Timoci Nagusa, 10 Nicky Little, 9 Nemia Serelevu Ranuku, 8 Dominiko Maiwiriwiri Waqaniburotu, 7 Ratu Malakai Mana Ravulo, 6 Josefa Ulago Domolailai, 5 Tevita Gucake Naqaqa Cavubati, 4 Sekonaia Kalou, 3 Deacon Manu, 2 Viliame Veikoso, 1 Graham Dewes. Replacements: 16 Talemaitoga Dautu Tuapatu, 17 Ratu Penijamini N Makutu, 18 Leone Nakarawa, 19 Malakai Volau, 20 Vitori Tomu Buatava, 21 Waisea Sedre Luveniyali and 22 Adriu Delai.
Polyfest Tonga 2011 TV2 TVNZ
Kainga Kotoa 'o Tonga (Tonga around the Globe) was written for the 2010 "Carols by the Sea" Concert held in Nuku'alofa, The Kingdom of Tonga on Saturday 11th December 2010. The piece was written to portray, through spoken word, recorded sound, live music, dancing and audio-visual projections, the essence of Tonga in the 21st Century - a modern South Pacific monarchy, with a population who, no matter where they are in the world, will always remain fiercely proud of Tonga, and keep their home country close in the their hearts and minds. The piece is based around the poem by the poet and nimatapu (Family line of Royal Undertakers) Ma'um'atãpule titled "Speak to the Hearts of all Tongan's". (Translation below) The vocal harmonies, signifying the great Christian choral tradition in Tonga are infused with western, contemporary harmonies, to signify the multicultural nature of Tonga's people. The trumpet section, borrowing from the Tongan National Anthem, and with the performers live on stage, is a celebration of that which makes Tonga what it is today, the monarchy. The final rhythmic section is a celebration of the old and the new, represented though dance. The live performance featured a visual "battle" between contemporary dance and traditional Tongan dance, before the two groups of dancers come together as one. This signifies the vibrant, creative and ever-present Youth culture in Tonga, the future of Tonga in the 21st Century. Speak to the hearts of all Tongans I long for ...
Watch us wrap up our visit to Tonga. Follow our adventure to all 206 countries where Coca-Cola is sold at www.expedition206.com!
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Volo 1/3rd of the Tongan Outlawz. A in depth view of how it all started. One of the many hip hop acts coming out of California's Monterey Peninsula, the Tongan Outlawz, (also known as the TOL) are grinding their way to the top with members Sunrize, Volo, & Lil' Ni. The unsigned hip-hop trio have a unique blend where each member bring their own style to the table. With Sunrize's smooth delivery, Lil' Ni's high energy rap style, & Volo's Lyrical flow, their desire to make it work has made TOL a great addition to the local central coast hip-hop scene. All three of the members carry Tongan ancestery and like many pacific islanders in the US, they come from a family history of struggle and hardship, which of course, are expressed in the their music. With the anticipation of a self titled debut album in the works, the TOL has music ranging from party & club tracks, feel good island vibes, and smooth/ hard sounds that made westcoast hip-hop popular; they can do it all. From the days of being tape recording kid rappers to the present day of being serious minded MC's, the Tongan Outlawz prepare their music, not only for the Central Coast and their Polynesian people, but for the world.
AT THE END OF THIS CLIP. CLICK TO SEE THE NEXT PART OF THE MOVIE. Chapter 1: Stalini (Stalini Naufahu), a aspiring teen who wants to make it "Big", has always been ashamed of his widowed mother Lea Ofa (Sandra Schaaf AKA Naufahu), because of her physical condition (missing one EYE), has caused him much embarrasement throughout his life. His shame for her eventually causes him to leave her when she decides to visit him one day at his job at a local motel (Tonga) when he knows the embarrasement that will result if people find out it's his mother; even up to a point he denies her existence. years later, Lea Ofa decides to find her son with hopes of reconciliation and eventually finds him in England working as a successful news reporter.The moment is rendered bittersweet as she finds "That his hatred for her has not changed as her love for him". Directed, Edited, Produced, VFX And Story Adapted By Stalini Naufahu (ME) I made this short film when I was 16 (2009) Aye everyone this is my first video, so take it easy on judgment. I never done Special Effects nor Video Editing before but had to learn while making this film at the same time as it was meant for my Church's Mothers Day video (2009) but eventually made its way into a film festival and now im sharing it on youtube. Ill say ive improved since this video so COMMENT, RATE AND SUBSCRIBE to keep posted on my upcoming videos. remember to do the polls on my profile as it will determine on what type of video would my next ...
On May 20, Benedict XVI received the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Tonga Felet Vaka'uta Sevele. The institutional reform process in Tonga, aspects of social and economic life of the archipelago, and the significant contribution of the Catholic Church in various fields of human development were focused on during the cordial talks. An exchange of views on the international situation followed, with particular reference to the political, trade and environmental issues which the Pacific island states are facing in a spirit of close cooperation.
What's that coming over the hill? It's not a Saracen! 3 more years at Saints!!!!! www.therugbyforum.com
Insane rugby brawl lol
www.blacksportsonline.com presents Chris Henry Fiancee Loleini (Leini) Tonga Speaks of Henry's death follow us http
22nd Australian Jamboree donates toilets to Tonga Hospital and school.
BOP BOP THANG AK47
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FARAUALLA - TONGA - CAGLIARI - RAI 3
Zegrahm Expeditions' donation to the people of Niuatoputapu, a remote island in the Kingdom of Tonga. Hard hit by a tsunami in September of 2009, the entire Zegrahm family provided the islanders with essential goods to help rebuild their lives on our November 24th visit.
The Kingdom of Tonga is an archipelago of 176 islands (approximately 52 of which are inhabited), scattered over 700000 square kilometres of ocean. Located to the west of the International Dateline (South-East of Fiji and South of Somoa), Tonga is the first Pacific nation to greet the new day. Tonga has dramatic & active volcanic landscapes, spectacular tropical rainforest, low-lying coral atolls, pristine coral reefs, magnificent sandy beaches and a unique and beautiful array of flora and fauna. There is so much to see, do and experience when you visit Islands such as Tongatapu, Vava'u, Ha'apai and 'Eua. Those seeking adventure can go scuba diving, snorkeling, whale watching, fishing, surfing, hiking, camping, kayaking, horse riding, sailing and much more. In addition to all of the activities, travellers can simply enjoy the gentle pace of our Island lifestyle, observe our authentic and timeless culture, participate in our daily rituals and experience the generosity and hospitality of our people.