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New Zealand's Auckland City FC and Fiji's Lautoka FC are through to the OFC Champions League football quarterfinals after confirming themselves as the top two in Group C at Auckland's Trusts Arena yesterday
Auckland were too good for Madang beating the Papua New Guinea side 5-0, while Samuela Drudru was the hero for Lautoka, scoring two second half goals including a 92nd minute winner to beat Tahiti's AS Venus 2-1 and send his side to the playoffs.
The Red Cross says several houses have already been destroyed in Tonga, with the full force of Cyclone Gita yet to hit.
The storm was expected to be upgraded to a category five in the early hours of the morning.
It was moving west northwest and expected to move slowly away from Tonga through the night and head towards the southern part of Fiji.
Some parts of Samoa are still under water following Tropical Cyclone Gita as emergency services struggle to clear roads and put back power on.
Cyclone Gita wrought significant damage in both Samoa and American Samoa.
Niue was spared the full force of Gita when it curved around Niue Saturday night.
The Samoa government announced that schools will be closed for the next few days because of the flood major damage caused by Gita.
Tonga's sole representative at the Winter Olympics is not feeling any added pressure to perform in Pyeongchang.
Pita Taufatofua will compete in the men's 15 km freestyle in cross-country skiing on Friday, little over a year after putting on a pair of skis for the first time.
Pita Taufatofua has become just the second Tongan athlete ever to qualify for the Winter Olympics.
The 34-year-old admitted to a big feeling of relief after he booked his ticket to Pyeongchang in the final race of his cross country skiing qualification campaign in Iceland over the weekend.
Linden Estate Winery Leader of the Year Winner - Caren Rangi (Ei Mua Consulting)
The recipient of this award has achieved and contributed more than many accountants twice her age. She contributes an astounding number of hours through her service on various governance boards and combines her passion and considerable expertise to add value to Pacific communities, the local Hawkes Bay community and the wider New Zealand community.