More than 200 employees of Yazaki Samoa will be retained through to October and then between 60 to 90 will continue working through to November 2017. This was confirmed by President - Yazaki EDS Samoa Ltd and Managing Director — Australian Arrow Pty Ltd; Graig O'donohue, yesterday.
Member of Parliament Olo Fiti Vaai has blamed Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi for the “joint venture” with Virgin Australia, saying it was mistake from the start. “It’s his mistake and I’m glad he’s correcting it,” said Olo referring to the government’s decision not to renew the joint venture.
The new grant funding endorsed by the People’s Republic of China to finance the maintenance and to revitalize the Olympic swimming pool and the Aquatic Centre at Tu’anaimato as well as the Apia Park Sports Complex could not have come at a better time for Samoa.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi met with the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of China, Zheng Zeguang during his two day visit to consider ways by which the bilateral relations between the two countries could be strengthened.
Sa‘ilele was my taule‘ale‘a name. In fact, in Samoa if you are called Sa‘ilele, that is your name. We never had any surnames in the past until the Europeans introduced the practice we now follow. You took the chiefly title of your father to be your surname. Malielegaoi was my father’s chiefly name.
The rift between Chief Executive Officer of Amper’s Bluesky Pacific Group, Aoe’e Adolfo Montenegro, and his former employers continue to deepen.
The Spokesperson for the Police, Su’a LeMamea Tiumalu, has unreservedly apologised to the ANZ Bank. The apology follows media coverage of a press conference last Friday where he told the media the Police are investigating “$150,000” missing from the ANZ Bank at Salelologa, Savai’i.
Fatia Pei from Luatuanu’u desperately needs a job to help his family. The 25-year-old caught up with the Village Voice yesterday morning while he was on his way to clean their compound.
Think a minute…Yesterday we learned from the boiling frog that it is easy to become so accustomed and comfortable with our unhealthy parenting habits that we do not see the dangerous direction we are leading our kids.
GREGOR PAUL FAN CLUB Don’t you just love the New Zealand Herald rugby writer, Gregor Paul?
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