Auckland Mobile Consular Mission - 15 to 19 Feb 2018

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The main landmarks to the venue are Wesley Intermediate School which is beside MAT, bus stops close to MAT and the school, and Countdown Mt. Roskill along Stoddard Road. If you’re coming from the City or New Lynn, the venue is accessible via bus numbers 243 and 249.

There are plenty of off-street parking or you may drop off your passengers first then park at Wesley Community Centre at 740 Sandringham Road Extension. See you there! :)

CLICK here to view the MAT location map


The Embassy of the Philippines in Wellington, New Zealand informs the public that its office will move to and operate in a temporary location starting 30 October 2017, to give way to its Chancery’s seismic strengthening and upgrade.

The new office will be located at the following address (please see map here):

Level 1
95 Thorndon Quay
Thorndon, Wellington

With this transfer, there may be some disruption in our landline and internet connections. For any concern, please ring the Embassy’s hotline number at 0220746517. Thank you.




    Ambassador Domingo with Ms. Elsie Fukofuka, Senior Assistant Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Tonga and Protocol Officer at the Presentation of Credentials Ceremony, 19 June 2017, Nuku’alofa, Tonga.

    Ambassador Domingo and Mr. Va’inga Tone, Tonga’s Secretary of Foreign Affairs, 19 June 2017, Nuku’alofa, Tonga Ambassador Domingo with Dr. Ana Taufe’ulungaki and her colleagues at the University of the South Pacific (USP) - Tonga Campus, 19 June 2017, Nuku’alofa, Tonga Ambassador Domingo with Dr. Saia Ma'u Piukala, Tonga’s Minister for Health, 19 June 2017, Nuku’alofa, TongaAmbassador Domingo and Mr. Sione Taumoefolau, Secretary-General of the Tonga Red Cross, 19 June 2017, Nuku’alofa, Tonga

    Ambassador Domingo and Lord Ma’afu, Minister for Defence and Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, 20 June 2017, Nuku’alofa, Tonga Ambassador Domingo with Ms. Milika Tuita, Resident UN Coordination Officer, 20 June 2017, Nuku’alofa, Tonga Ambassador Domingo and Hon. Semisi Fakahau, Minister for Agriculture and Food, Forests and Fisheries, 20 June 2017, Nuku’alofa, TongaAmbassador Domingo presents a gift to Hon. Siaosi Sovaleni, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Meteorology, Energy, Information, Disaster Management, Environment, Climate Change and Communications (MEIDECC) on 20 June 2017 in Nuku’alofa, Tonga

    Philippine Ambassador Jesus S. Domingo presented his credentials to His Majesty King Tupou VI, the Head of State of the Kingdom of Tonga, on 19 June 2017. The occasion took place privately in the Throne Room of the Royal Palace in Nuku’alofa, Kingdom of Tonga, where Ambassador Domingo presented his Letter of Credence and the Letter of Recall of his predecessor before His Majesty.

    In his remarks before the Head of State, Ambassador Domingo conveyed the greetings of President Rodrigo Duterte to His Majesty King Tupou VI and the best wishes of the Government and People of the Republic of the Philippines to the Government and People of the Kingdom of Tonga. He highlighted the Philippines’ dynamic and growing relationship with Tonga, how he would like to advance the people-to-people relationship between the two nations, and push the boundaries of its inter-regional and bilateral relationship. Ambassador Domingo reiterated his commitment to work more closely with the Tongan Government, Institutions and Citizens to realize the enhancement of Philippines-Tonga relations in their political, economic, socio-cultural and humanitarian dimension, and the fulfillment of the common vision for a peaceful, prosperous and pro-people Asia-Pacific and World Community.

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