Tongan teenager

Boy involved in brawl that led to Tongan teen's death was on bail, court told

Solomone, 15, died after being fatally stabbed in the chest during a fight near the Brimbank Shopping Centre, near Deer Park in Melbourne's west, last Tuesday night.

ABC News reports six boys between the ages of 13 and 16 have been charged with violent disorder and affray, but no one has yet been charged with his murder.

On Tuesday, one of the boys accused of participating in the attack faced a children's court and was granted bail, which police and prosecutors did not oppose.

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Police allege Solomone Taufeulungaki was stabbed after he was approached by a group of up to 10 males outside Brimbank Shopping Centre in Deer Park just after 4:00pm on Tuesday.

ABC News reports the 15-year-old died at the scene.

Six boys aged between 13 and 16 were charged with violent disorder and affray and appeared in a children's court on Wednesday.

Many of them were supported by parents and most of the children will apply for bail in the coming days.

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Australian citizen Meke Fifita, 19, appeared at Manukau District Court on Thursday charged with breaching the Civil Aviation Act.

He provided information to another person relating to the safety of an aircraft, knowing the information to be false, police said.

The charge was laid after emergency services scrambled to Auckland International Airport on Wednesday night due to a "threatening comment" made while the Air New Zealand A320 was taxiing to the runway.

Fifita was arrested after the plane – bound for Sydney – returned to the gate.

Body found believed to be that of missing Tongan teen

Police said a body has been recovered north of Piha Beach after it was spotted by the Police Eagle helicopter on Monday evening.

At this stage, Police believe it to be the 16-year-old Leka Pasiaka reported missing from Whatipu Beach on December 29, 2018.

A post mortem and a formal identification will now be carried out.

Police said they are unable to comment further at this time.

The teen had been at the beach with family members when someone raised the alarm that he had been caught in a rip.