ʻAtā is a small island in the Tongatapu group of Tonga. It has been used since 2001 as an open prison for Tongan criminals, especially young people. In 2002, there were seven prisoners on the island, who grew yams, coconuts, manioc, and bananas to pay for their expenses.
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- Fickling, David (14 November 2002). "Youth jail on paradise island". The Guardian. Retrieved 24 April 2018.