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Friday 3 May 2019

Nuku'alofa, Tonga
A Senior Customs Officer arrested in relation to a major seizure of drugs by Tonga Customs Officers on April 23 at the Queen Salote Wharf, is due to appear at the Fasi Magistrate’s Court on Monday, May 6.
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Monday 29 April 2013
Suva, Fiji
Combating human trafficking in the Pacific islands was the focus of a three day regional workshop held from April 23-25 in Nadi, Fiji. The workshop was organised by the United States Embassy based in Suva who invited the participation of 27 legal officials, prosecutors, customs and immigration officers from Tonga, the Cook Islands, Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.
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Tuesday 11 September 2012
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
On early Tuesday morning the 4 of September Customs Officers seized a large number of items that had been moved without Customs authorization from an overseas vessel while it was in Nuku'alofa port. – Ministry of Revenue, Government of Tonga.
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Thursday 21 June 2012
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
A man has been charged for illegally bringing into Tonga USD$20,000 after arriving at Fua'amotu International Airport on Tuesday, June 12 on a flight from Fiji.
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Wednesday 22 December 2010
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
The Chairman of the Tonga Rugby League can be confident in the knowledge that what occurred to his wine was actually the law of Tonga being rightfully enforced, and not a planned conspiracy against the Tonga Rugby League, as he apparently believes. - Peter Nash, Deputy Commissioner of Revenue – Customs & Trade Division
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Tuesday 9 February 2010
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
This is a show to make the public believe government is actually doing something about corruption. Government doesn't help rugby league and the local players, and those that do help within the approved authority of the law are not even given one ounce of assistance. - Siosaia Moehau.
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Tuesday 26 July 2005
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
Striking civil servants who are "seeking justice" fear that unqualified staff may be put in by government to keep Tonga's ports of entry open this week, and they warn that that planes and ships might be stranded.
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