As residents find ways to use ash following the volcanic eruption in Tonga, an assistant geologist says they were not sure about the chemical makeup yet
A new study suggests the problem of IUU fishing in the Pacific, while still serious, is not nearly as big as the 2016 report that estimated losses of over US$600 million a year
Negotiating from a position of strength
Pacific Island nations facing the reality of climate change-induced land loss are using their diplomatic strength to ensure their sovereignty and economic future are protected, Jess Marinaccio writes.
It was a day none of us ever want to go through again, says ANZ’s Country Head in Tonga. “We remain strong and committed and pray the worst is over.”
Newly released satellite images show the devastating, widespread damage to the Tongan islands following the eruption of an undersea volcano on 15 January.
A magnitude 6.2 earthquake hits almost two weeks after Tonga was devastated by a volcanic eruption and tsunami, according to USGS data
Sheltered only by small tarpaulins and mats, a Tongan family watched ash and rock fall from the sky, and huge waves crash over the island. “We came down to an island that was completely wiped out.
Tonga Red Cross SG says there is an urgent need for the people of Tonga to have access to safe water sources in the days and weeks to come. Ash has settled in water tanks
The eruption near Tonga was so powerful it caused the atmosphere to ring like a bell, though at a frequency too low to hear, writes Emeritus Professor
Digicel chooses SES to restore vital communications for Tonga with the outside world following the volcanic eruption that sent tsunami waves