The New York Times | Your Morning Briefing

12/02/2017

Mail delivery has always been a headache in the archipelago kingdom of Tonga, where some addresses are no more than a village and island name.

“Undelivered mail piles up,” said Siosifa Pomana, the head of Tonga Post. “We often have to rely just on the description: In this village, on the left, there is a mango tree and on the right there’s a guy with two dogs,” he said. “It’s very difficult.”

But this week, he’s beginning to unroll a new address system that will pinpoint residents across the country’s 36 inhabited islands.

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