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Scoop Full Coverage: Tributes To King Of Tonga

Taufa’ahau Tupou IVTonga: King Taufa’ahau Tupou IV Dies In Auckland - Prime Minister Helen Clark extended her condolences and sympathies to the people of Tonga at the loss of their Head of State, His Majesty King Taufa’ahau Tupou IV. King Tupou IV died overnight in Auckland, aged 88 years, after a long period of poor health. Helen Clark also extended the New Zealand Government’s sincerest condolences to Her Majesty Queen Halaevalu Mata’aho on the death of her husband. See... King Taufa’ahau Tupou IV
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  • Tongan Palace Office - The King of Tonga at peace
  • NZ Govt - Peters expresses sadness at death of Tongan King
  • NZ Govt - Goff, Laban Offer Condolences to Tonga, NZ Tongans
  • National - National sends condolences to Tongan Royal Family
  • The Maori Party - The Sun has Set
  • Green Party - Condolences to Tongan people
  • United Future - Dunne on death of King of Tonga
  • Su'a William Sio - Tribute to King & People of Tonga
  • Transit New Zealand - Auckland Harbour Bridge flags fly at half mast
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