Tongan woman given home detention for false tax claims

    Kuo tautea ‘a Lute Tonga Vailolo ke ne ngāue pōpula 'i 'api 'i he māhina 'e 11 pea ke ne totongi fakafoki ‘a e pa’anga $66,605.01 ki he Potungāue Pa’anga Hū Mai Fakalotofonua ‘a Nu’u Sila’. Na’e tali halaia ‘a Vailolo he ‘aho 22 ‘Aokosi’ ki he hia ko ‘ene fa’u ha fakamatala loi ke ma’u ai ha pa’anga mei he potungāue’. Na'a' ne faile e ngaahi 'eke pa'anga fakafoki 'a e kakai' mo ha ngaahi kautaha mei he potungāue' ka ne 'ilo ki mui ne loi 'a e ngaahi fakamatala ne fa'u'. Ko Vailolo’ ko e ‘ofefine ia e taha ‘‘o e kau tautehina tangata 'e toko fitu ‘oku nau fakalele ‘a e Akoteu Nasaleti Trust mo e Tongan Community Church of Hephzibah 'a ia ne kau mo e ongo kautaha ko 'eni he fa'u fakamatala loi 'a Vailolo.

    By Radio New Zealand International A South Auckland woman has been sentenced to 11 months home detention for making false tax claims. Lute Tonga Vailolo has also been ordered to repay $66,605.01 to Inland Revenue. She plead guilty in the Manukau District Court on 22 August to a representative charge of providing false information which…


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