Asau’s Member of Parliament, Lopao’o Natanielu Mu’a, is optimistic about the plans in place to widen the channel at the Asau Wharf, saying the project will not bomb the channel. His confidence is based on the fact that the excavating technology has advanced a great deal since the last major effort was made to deepen and widen the Asau channel in the 1960's.
Drugs estimated to be worth $60,000 was intercepted at the Faleolo International Airport this week. Methamphetamine, commonly known as “ice”, was discovered by the Police and the Customs K9 Unit on Tuesday evening in a suitcase that belongs to a man in his 40's.
Everyone has their own stories of daily struggles to tell. For John Totua Faifailoa, 51, he is an unemployed father of three from the village of Moata’a-Uta. He needs help with his house.
The S.S.A.B. Samoa Toa Dance Crew created history by winning the Hip Hop International South Pacific Islands competition in Auckland, New Zealand, during the weekend.
A market vendor at the Savalalo Flea Market has raised his concerns over the growing number of crime around the market area. The vendor, who only wants to be identified as Fau, told the Samoa Observer that there’s a growing fear among the vendors at the market from day to day.
Give him another round and he will show you how it’s done. As humble as he is, Lupesoliai La’auli Joseph Parker, shared with Samoa Observer what he could have done differently if he had another chance to fight Anthony Joshua, only this time he would knock him out.
A mother’s love for her child is like nothing else in this world. But what if the mother’s life is in danger too? That’s precisely the predicament Diana Seveali’i, a Samoan based in Wellington, New Zealand, has found herself in.
A brave warrior, hero, a princess and more. These were just some of the words used by many mourners to describe a modern Samoan warrior, Manamea Apelu Schwalger, who during the past few years has become the face of Samoa’s Pinktober and the fight against cancer.
Samoan national Angelica Salele won for her venture producing reusable cotton feminine hygiene products. Disposable feminine sanitary pads contribute to household waste across the globe and put a strain on the Pacific island’s waste management systems.
All is well that ends well. And so it was when anglers gathered for a fisherman’s farewell at the Samoa International Game Fishing Association base at Mulinu’u to close the 2018 Samoa International Game Fishing tournament.
Think a minute…A Greek philosopher said that when a son behaves wrongly it is the father who should be punished, since he is the one who failed to do his job. When the wealthy man Friedrich Flick died, he had built a fortune of $1½ billion (worth much more today)! He owned 300 companies and was respected as one of the world’s smartest businessmen.
We all know that this planet have problems of hunger and malnutrition, about 900 million people. Remember obesity is malnutrition, an illness. All United Nations members have committed themselves to eradicate hunger and malnutrition in all its forms by 2030.
Banking whispers Whispers about the change of ownership for a major player in the banking industry in Samoa has been laughed off.
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