Fakaalofa lahi atu

Welcome to HICT’s brand new website.

We’ll continue to add content to our site so please be patient and check back soon.

monuina e vaha tapu moe tau fekafekauaga kua amaamanaki ki ai…..

 

11 thoughts on “Fakaalofa lahi atu

    • So my sister Rosie Afo & I were at auinte vena’s house helping yesterday. When Rachel Palepale pulled us to the side & shared your blog about auinte vena with us. And on behalf of our families both the Mapu-Finau Clan thank you.. Words can’t express how much we appreciate your comments & testimony. Keep up the beautiful blogging it truly does have an impact on all of us. We know our auinte vena is grateful. Alofa tele Ova Afo

  1. Magnificent upgrade of our village website. Well-done HICT!
    Looking forward to reading articles, minutes and viewing of photos.

    Cheers ๐Ÿ™‚

    Fakaue Lahi

    • i am one of Ravena’s privileged stisers/cousins on earth i was on google & googled her name & found this article THANK YOU if you would please not mind me copying it & sharing it with my family on FB Vena helped raise my children, was one of my best friends & was always there for me with a smile & a hug i have so many sweet memories of her & her family, that it is one of that is helping me cope at this time, I LOVE YOU SIS, till we meet again again malo .tolini

  2. Thank you for sharing your wednorful talents with the world and for expressing in words what many of us are feeling. The loss of a sister is great, but the love that will carry on in her name is the true legacy. Vena Mapu-Finau was a wednorful woman who touched so many lives! We are so grateful for the times we had with her and for those that had the privilege of knowing her you should smile a little brighter during these sad times, to honor her loving spirit! I know I will. Much ofa to her children, grandchildren, husband, all her sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews & especially gra-ma Nola. We love you and please know you are in our thoughts & prayers.Till we meet again sister, much ofaโ€ฆ

    • Uso, wow, what great talent you have. Thank you for sraihng. I was just thinking of Vena this morning and googled her name to find an obituary and came accross your blog. Thank you uso for such wonderful writing. It was also awesome to see you last night at the Woodbadge Fireside. Keep up the great work. Alofa atu mo oe ma le aiga. Sim Tiatia & Family

  3. Hi everyone,

    I’ve just read this for the first time this morning and I am so excited about the direction this website has inspired. This is an awesome way to connect with those in Hakupu with others who are abroad. Also the village news segments are so descriptive and continuous, it is very easy to follow and understand.
    To everyone involved with the website Thank You!
    Kindest regards – Marcia Lologa, NZ

  4. My name is Jacek Kosierb. I am 39 years old and a Polish soccer fan. I am a collector photos soccer teams of the world. My colletion have 8000 photos teams of the 250 country of the world. I am looking for a photo (scan) of national soccer team Niue from the South Pacific Games in Apia (Samoa) 1983. Team Niue played in Apia two matches. First, Niue – Tahiti 0:14 and Niue – Papua New Guinea 0:19… I found photos 9 players soccer team Niue of this tournament. I am still looking for photos: Topito Tahafa Talagi and Brandy Falepeau. Do You can help me???
    Cheers
    Jacek Kosierb

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