Voice of Tonga
2019 Program Main Hosts (rotational)
Pelu Veikoso, Richard Niu, Mele Ngauamo, Sulieni Layt, Silia Laukau, Leonie Tu’itahi, and William Mahanga
2019 Regular Program Co-Hosts
First Monday – Salesi Moala
Second Monday – Dr. Pule Kaitu’u
Third Monday – Mosese Faleafa
Fourth Monday – Leilehua Fa’onevai
Ama takiloa (Enlightment)
This program explores Education and its importance in the 21st century. It covers basic essentials for students and carers alike to collaborate and complete their schooling (primary & secondary) as well as supporting those who pursue tertiary level, whether it be training in apprenticeship programs at TAFE, or doing post graduate studies at Universities.
Siu ‘a e manuma’a (Flight of the multicoloured fruit dove)
The main focus of this program is on health and wellbeing of the Tongan community in Queensland. It will aim to inform about appropriate healthcare services, helpful tips on nutrition, safe practices in our homes and local community, as well as promoting quality living and active lifestyle.
Fakatu’amelie (Striving for prosperity)
This program will explore ways of how to utilise resources wisely be it human resources or monetary terms. It will provide general information about the economy, tips to managing finance and businesses, as well as familiarisation with our taxation system and the law.
Heilala (Garcinia sessilis)
This program offers general guidance in matters relating to Local council, State and Federal laws. It’ll inform listeners about their general legal rights, the types of courts and the cases specific to them, as well as guiding them to the appropriate channel of legal aid should they need to inquire and access.
Fetu’ufuka (Elusive comet)
As the name suggests, this program is not on every month however it will focus on Tongan composers, songwriters, traditional and modern bands. Listeners may request songs, give shout out and dedications to love ones, as well as announcing special celebratory and social public events.