The people of Māngere staged a “Welcome Home Champ” event for newly crowned W.B.O. Heavyweight Boxing Champ Lupesoliai Laauliolemalietoa Joseph Parker last Saturday at the Māngere Town Centre.
CONGRATULATIONS: Manu Samoa hooker, Motu Matu’u, has tied the knot in Wellington. He has married his sweetheart Sammy during a beautiful wedding on a sunny day in Wellington.
Kit Dillon and Jayde Leota are the fittest pair at CrossFit FatuToa gym Vaitele. The duo claimed the title by conquering FatuToa’s inaugural grueling Army of Two competition held last Saturday.
With the excitement over the opening of the new $140 million Faleolo International Airport abating, it is plain for incoming and outgoing travelers to see, that there is still a lot of work to be done.
The Minister of Works, Transport and Infrastructure, Papali’i Niko Lee Hang, has thrown his weight behind calls for tougher laws to deal with the issue of street vendors.
The life of the owner of Cece’s Bingo, Augustine Fuiavailili Fe’esago, who is one of the biggest contributors to the Samoa Observer’s Save the Child Fund, was celebrated yesterday evening at Si’usega.
An appeal by the Office of the Attorney General, through a private prosecutor, against the decision by the District Court to find suspended Director of the National Prosecution Office, Mauga Precious Chang, not guilty, has been taken off the Court list.
Every family has its own rhythm and every family has its own set of circumstances. However, Exodus 20 verse 12 clearly states that children should always honor and respect their parents no matter what.
This is part of a series of illustrated articles taken from ‘A Visitor’s Field Guide to Savaii’ by geologist, Tuapou Warren Jopling. Tuapou takes tour groups around Savaii and his knowledge is legendary!
PR -Samoa Events kicks off 2017 this week with two popular events, the Falefa Falls Fun Run on Saturday and the Magik FM People’s Weekly Run starting on Wednesday.
Street vendors are a hot topic of the country after two videos went viral on social media. One video was of kids assaulting a man who was sleeping in front of the Bartley building while another, showed vendors fighting on the streets.
Think a minute…A successful writer named Norman Cousins became terminally ill. He was told he had only six months to live and that his chance of surviving was only 1 in 500. He felt that his past lifestyle of worry, fear and anger had partly caused his disease, so he wondered: “If sickness can be caused by negative, bad thinking and emotions, can good health be caused by positive ones?”
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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