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.
“And if you look at the people in these two churches, they have really nice bodies. I’ve also asked some of them about why they are well-built and have nice bodies, and they said to me, it is because they take care of their bodies as they are the temple of God.”
The Minister of Communication, Information and Technology Afamasaga Rico Tupa’i said the government plans to launch a Cyber Security Policy on the 1st of next month.
Saturday night at Gym 1 Tuanaimato saw the greatest showdown of dancing Samoa has to offer. But it was finally BlackieYes who reigned supreme at TV1’s Samoa Best Dance Crew (S.B.D.C.) competition.
Business Systems Limited (B.S.L) has a number of reasons to celebrate this year. Not only it is a new year, the company will also commemorate its 40 years of service since serving our people and country.
Think a minute…What drives you? Yesterday we talked about three of the most common motivations that drive and control our lives. Today we will finish with two more. Many of us are driven by our love of money and the material things we can buy with it.
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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