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Information and Communications relocates to new office at Fasi

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11 January 2010. Press Release. 

8 January 2010.

Tonga's new Information and Communications Ministry has recently moved to a new premise on 8 January 2010 in order to allow for better access to the public.

This move to its new office on the top floor, west-wing of the Fasi Free Wesleyan Building at Salote Road, from the Tonga Development Bank Building, "not only does this new location meet the needs for better office space in accommodating our increasing staff-base, but thus also provide a more convenient spot to those seeking information or any communications licenses needs", commented Mr. Paula Ma'u, the new Acting Secretary for Information and Communications.

The official ceremony was opened by the Honorable ‘Anaseini Tupou-veihola Fusitu'a, grand-daughter of HRH Princess Salote Mafile'o Pilolevu Tuita, the Princess Regent. In attendance was the Minister for Information and Communications, Hon. ‘Eseta Fusitu'a and representatives from private sector businesses residing in the building complex.

\This Ministry was recently established on 1st May, 2009 under its newly appointed Minister, Hon. ‘Eseta Fusitu'a. Its two departments, Information and Communications, then both formerly under the administration of the Prime Minister's Office prior to 2000, in response to the Government's reform policy in the Communications sector and promoting transparency in Government, resulted in the creations of a Department of Communications (2000) and a Ministry of Information in 2007.

Communications is Tonga's main regulating body for all communication services, whilst Information play the role of lead communicator for government information in creating awareness of government policies, programs and activities.

For more information please contact Tel: +676 28 170 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


No: GOV/MIN-163-01/2010

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