Royal Agricultural, Fisheries and Industrial Show 2015

Press Release: Their Majesties King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau’u will officially open the Royal Agricultural, Fisheries and Industrial Show 2015 for Tonga on Wednesday 5thAugust 2015 at the Matangimlie Ground in Niuatoputapu.

The theme for this year’s Royal Agricultural, Fisheries and Industrial Show 2015 is “Royal Agriculture, Fisheries and Tonga Made Show of the Coronation 2015”

The schedule for this annual event will be as follows;

Wednesday 5th of August                               –           Niuatoputapu

Thursday 6th August                                         –           Niuafo’ou

Saturday 8th August                                          –           Vava’u

Wednesday 12th August                                   –           Ha’apai

Saturday 15th August                                        –           ‘Eua

Friday 21st – Saturday 22nd August             –           Tongatapu

The Acting Prime Minister; Hon. Siaosi Sovaleni; Hon Minister for Agriculture and Food, Fisheries and Forest, and other Cabinet Ministers will also attend the outer-islands Royal Agricultural Show.

The Chief Executive Officer for MAFFF as well as other government officials have traveled to the outer islands to prepare and organize for this event.

Sometimes when a business is growing, it needs a little help.

Right now Kaniva News provides a free, politically independent, bilingual news service for readers around the world that is absolutely unique. We are the largest New Zealand-based Tongan news service, and our stories reach Tongans  wherever they are round the world. But as we grow, there are increased demands on Kaniva News for translation into Tongan on our social media accounts and for the costs associated with expansion. We believe it is important for Tongans to have their own voice and for Tongans to preserve their language, customs and heritage. That is something to which we are strongly committed. That’s why we are asking you to consider sponsoring our work and helping to preserve a uniquely Tongan point of view for our readers and listeners.

Latest news

Related news