The Marist St. Joseph’s Sports Club’s preparations for its first Marist St. Joseph’s International Sports Week received a $10,000 injection yesterday thanks to two of its loyal sponsors.
N.G.O’s, climate change activists and local farmers attended the workshop which detailed the correct way to apply for a small grant as well as how to draft a proposal.
Alone and unafraid, outspoken businesswoman Moe Lei Sam has called out Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi for his language and inability to find a solution for the child vendors issue.
Lyricist, dancer and now rapper Naldo Clarence is taking the stage by storm. Having won the top prize at America’s Performing Arts Programme in Orlando and catching the eye of a number of talents agencies, the 15-year-old is definitely a name to remember
Think a minute…Someone said: “You can always get what you want, if you help other people get what they want.” Frank Bettger started selling life insurance as a young man.
So the entry point for English for aspiring teachers at N.U.S.has gone UP to 50% for 2017? What?
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