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FIVE weeks after the riots that destroyed about 80% of the Nuku’alofa business centre, the Deputy Police Commander, Taniela Faletau said today, that there was still a lot of criminal investigation work to do to bring those who were responsible to justice.

Thursday 21 December 2006
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A TOTAL of 777 suspects had been arrested and charged by the Tonga Police up to December 17, with theft topping the list of offences committed on November 16.

Tuesday 19 December 2006
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BY this morning, the Tonga Police had arrested a total of 702 suspects involved in the violent riot that destroyed central Nuku’alofa on November 16.

Wednesday 13 December 2006
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POLICE have identified the remains of a second victim of the seven people confirmed to have died in the fire that gutted the Shoreline Building set alight by arsonists on November 16.

Friday 8 December 2006
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SOME 638 suspects were arrested and over 500 have been charged by the Tonga Police for arson, theft and other offences relating to their participation in the destruction of the Nuku’alofa business centre on November 16.

Friday 8 December 2006
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AS of today, December 5, over 400 suspects have been charged by the Tonga Police for arson, theft and other offences relating to their participation in the destruction of the Nuku’alofa business centre on November 16.

Tuesday 5 December 2006
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POLICE have identified the remains of one of the seven people who are known to have died in the fire that gutted the Shoreline Building set alight by arsonists on November 16.

Wednesday 29 November 2006
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SUSPECTS charged with offences relating to their participation in the destruction of the Nuku’alofa business center on November 16 will start appearing in the Nuku’alofa Magistrate’s Court on December 7.

Tuesday 28 November 2006
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TWELVE days after the destruction of the Nuku’alofa business center on Thursday, November 16, police today confirmed that seven bodies were found at the gutted Shoreline building.

Tuesday 28 November 2006
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?AS of yesterday November 22, the Tonga Police had detained 16 more suspects in relation to the crimes committed on November 16, bringing the total number of detainees to 42.

Thursday 23 November 2006
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Five days after the destruction of the Nuku’alofa business center on Thursday, November 16, police have confirmed that only six bodies have been found and not eight as was previously reported.

Wednesday 22 November 2006
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Photos by Pesi Fonua, Linny Folau and Mary Fonua

Monday 20 November 2006
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Story and pictures by Mary Fonua, Linny Folau and Pesi Fonua

Thursday 16 November 2006
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A SUITCASE containing two kilograms of what is thought to be marijuana was abandoned on the inward carousel at Tonga’s Fua’amotu Airport on Saturday, February 4, after an Air Pacific flight from Fiji was selected by customs officers for special scrutiny.

Wednesday 8 February 2006
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Thursday 29 December 2005
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ve people escaped with minor injuries after a head-on collusion between a car that went out of control and a stationary taxi that was parking on Hala Vuna, Nuku’alofa, in the early hours of this morning.
Tuesday 6 July 2004
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Three young men died and two were injured when their car hit a power pole and slammed into a tree late on Saturday night, outside Tonga’s Huatolitoli Prison.
Tuesday 30 March 2004
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