A school principal from Savai’i has raised concerns that family problems faced by some teachers contribute to their poor performance inside the classroom.
The Government is zeroing in on tax evasion. That’s why several government agencies working together towards combating tax evasion in Samoa, gathered at the Ministry for Revenue’s Conference Room last week.
A programme called “Buddy Up” is giving some of Samoa’s child vendors a glimpse of hope this week. Organised by the Samoa Victim Support Group Juniors and their partners, the programme is to get the country’s child vendors to appreciate the importance of education and get back to school.
The Samoa Fire Emergency and Service Authorities (S.F.E.S.A.) and the Ministry of Police, known as Samoa’s first responders to emergencies, will benefit from a $10,000 tala donation.
Member of Parliament for Vaimauga Sasae, Sulamanaia Tauiliili Tuivasa, yesterday questioned why salary increase for public servants has been included in the Supplementary Budget. Speaking in Parliament yesterday, Sulamanaia called on the Minister of Finance Sili Epa Tuioti to explain why the increase was not part of the main budget.
Parliament convened at the Tui Atua Tupu Tamasese Efi Building in Sogi, yesterday, for its first Parliament session of 2019. This is to allow renovations of the gymnasium at Tuana’imato, which Parliament had been using as their temporary headquarters, in preparation for the Pacific Games in July.
A bill, to be tabled in Parliament this week called the Land and Titles Bill 2019, is seeking to repeal the Land and Titles Act 1981. It also proposes the establishment of a new three tier Court comprising of “the Court of First Instance, Court of First Appeal and Court of Final Appeal.”
Families living opposite the Tafaigata Prison gate are living in fear as the manhunt continues for prisoners Aniseko Vaelei and Pati Chong Nee. The duo – who were convicted on charges of burglary, robbery and armed with a dangerous weapon – dashed for freedom in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Parliament has been petitioned to consider the “far-reaching adverse consequences” of the Government’s Electoral Constituencies Bill 2018. The call is made in a petition lodged by Ali’i ma Faipule of Saleaula and Salamumu tabled in Parliament yesterday.
Deputy Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata’afa led the Samoan delegation to the 9th annual Assembly of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, last week.
Think a minute…Have you ever been lost? If you travel to another country for the first time, getting lost can be frustrating and discouraging. Imagine you have just arrived in London, England and want to go to a certain place in that great city.
Now that the New Year celebration is beginning to get old, we may as well look forward to some real problems.
A simple sign will do Samoans who support their national airline, Samoa Airways, want the management to know something.
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