Warrior Reece Walsh rehabilitating well

Walsh missed the opportunity to make his controversial debut for the Maroons in the second State of Origin game against New South Wales, after pulling out of captain's run with a low grade hamstring strain.

Warriors assistant coach Justin Morgan said Walsh was back with NRL club and responding well to the rehabilitation.

Morgan could not confirm the timeframe on Walsh's return but expected it to be between one and three weeks given the severity of the injury.

Tonga govt say World Bank responsible for Gita delays

The lack of progress, which has left a number of schools still using tents as classrooms 17 months after the cyclone, has been drawing criticism in recent weeks.

The government has rejected the accusations and its spokesperson, Lopeti Senituli, says the government has had no control over the hold up, but it has been assured repairs to the schools will start soon.

NZ taxpayers funding repairs to 300 storm-damaged homes in Tonga

It was described as the worst storm to hit Tonga in about six decades. 

Melino Maka, a leader of Auckland's Tongan community, says he's struggled to access information about aspects of the work being done to repair damaged homes in Tonga. 

Maka says he's been contacted by about 20 people in Tonga who have questions about the efforts and he's tried unsuccessfully through various channels to get them answers, he says. 

“When people don't get information they start to speculate. 

Spice Girls' Mel B in rehab for alcohol, sex addiction

The 43-year-old, whose full name is Melanie Brown and performed as Scary Spice, told The Sun on Sunday that she's been through an "incredibly difficult" six months in which she worked on an autobiography. 

"It has been unbelievably traumatic reliving an emotionally abusive relationship and confronting so many massive issues in my life," she said. 

Brown posted a link to a US government website to Twitter explaining post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after she was diagnosed with it following an abusive relationship. 

"Knowledge is power," the singer wrote. 

Kid Cudi checks himself into rehab over mental health problems

The musician and actor, whose real name is Scott Mescudi, shared the news with fans on his official Facebook page.

"I am not at peace. I haven't been since you've known me," he writes in a post.

"If I didn't come here, I would've done something to myself. I simply am a damaged human swimming in a pool of emotions everyday of my life."