Nukualofa


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Nu•ku•a•lo•fa

(ˌnu ku əˈlɔ fə)

n.
the capital of Tonga, in the S Pacific Ocean. 28,899.
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75% of the houses in the capital city Nukualofa including the Parliament House have been destroyed, roofs have been lifted, fresh water and power supply have been cut off, causing casualty and major economic loss.
During his career he would serve in New York, Hong Kong, South Korea (as ambassador), Harare and (briefly) Nukualofa, but his remarks are mainly confined to three postings--in Moscow, Apia and Port Moresby.
Nukualofa, Tonga: Ministry of Fisheries and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
There are two stadiums in the capital Nukualofa, the biggest of which has a 10,000 capacity but, for example, when Georgia played them this summer the match took place in the Fijian capital of Suva.
Early on 22 March, Tropical Cyclone Reuben was named as a Category 1 storm, located about 220 km to the south of Nukualofa, Tonga.
average of samples bought from Honiara market, Solomon Islands and Nukualofa market, Tonga in 2012) (concentration in mg/kg dry weight, except N: % dry weight).
Nukualofa is the country's capital, chief port, and largest town.
06 AUGUST 2010 NUKUALOFA (NZPA/SMH) -- Family members of the 74 victims of last year's Princess Ashika ferry sinking in Tonga marked the one-year anniversary of the tragedy on Thursday.
The quake was located 110 miles east-northeast of Hihifo, Tonga; 125 miles south-southwest of Apia, Samoa; 435 miles north-northeast of Nukualofa, Tonga; and 1,670 miles north-northeast of Auckland, New Zealand.
I went into the shop in Nukualofa, Tonga and there was this beautiful Tongan girl selling postcards," recalled Reg.
However, the biggest change in South Pacific tourism in recent years has been the surge of people flying Pacific Blue from Australia to Nadi, Nukualofa, and Port Vila, and from New Zealand to Nukualofa and Rarotonga.