Second time visitors to our shores believe that Samoa is the best tourism destination. Louis Hamlin, from Auckland, New Zealand is spending 10 days in Samoa with his partner, Hilda Cross.
After ten years of courting and expressing affection for each other, Barbara Fetuao Lufi Tyrell and Kapeli Jr. Tevaga, tied the knot last week. The couple exchanged vows in front of God, family and friends at the Methodist Church at Vaivase-Uta.
Samoa Airport Authority (S.A.A.) Chief Executive Officer, Magele Hoe Viali, has strongly defended the $75,000 increase of travel expenses for the financial year 2016-2017, compared to the previous year.
One of Samoa’s Construction companies, Ulia Construction Limited and Ulia Certified Concrete, located at Fiaga Aleisa, yesterday celebrated a milestone becoming a certified ready mixed concrete plant. Terrence Batten, of Auditing Engineer Batten Limited, signed the one-year certification.
Samoa has taken the lead in the Pacific region in piloting the first recycling and waste management association. This follows the launch of the Samoa Recycling and Waste Management Association (S.R.W.M.A.) by the association’s Patron and Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, at the Taumeasina Island Resort yesterday.
An incident at Avele College where a student attacked a teacher has taken an interesting twist. This time, the school’s Deputy Principal has been charged for being party to an offense. A teacher accused of beating a student has also been charged with assault.
A friend of Samoa and former Ambassador of Japan in Samoa, Tuimaugaoali’i Kazumasa Shibuta, is leaving the country with many fond memories of his time here. Finishing up his five-year tenure in Samoa, the Japanese career diplomat was a popular figure among the international bureaucrats here in Samoa.
A family of ten at Faleasiu is in dire need of financial support. And a job for one of the family members will do. Sharing his family’s plight to the Village Voice team, Keresoma Apulu said they live off the land.
Filipo Salue, from Tapatapao, is in need of an adequate shelter. He lives in a small shack with his seven children and grandchildren. The 65-year-old fears for the life of his family because of their living condition.
Unemployment has taken its toll on Ioane Tagaloa. Having no steady water supply, living in a rundown house and having three children to support, are the daily realities of the 39-year-old. Added to his burdens is his family’s need for a proper toilet.
A three-day seminar for Pastors of the Assemblies of God Church in Samoa and American Samoa started on Tuesday in Apia. Held at the Apia Harvest Centre Church at Togafu’afu’a, the seminar is guided by the theme of “Pentecostal Distinctives.”
A 23-year-old female is in custody on the charge of attempted murder. Police Spokesperson, Auapa’au Logotino Filipo, confirmed this yesterday.
A group of students from Sauniatu Primary School visited the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (F.A.O.) this week. They were there to learn more about the organization and what they do in the region.
The work of the Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture (M.E.S.C.) has received a tremendous boost thanks to the generosity of China. Last Friday, the Embassy of China presented 16 sets of electronic teaching platforms and 20 Guangdong (Huizhou) Friendship Scholarship opportunities to the Ministry.
Think a minute.Do you know some people who just have all the luck? They seem to get all the breaks. And you ask yourself: “Why don’t I get lucky? Why don’t I get a great education? A great job or business?
About a month ago, we were in a meeting with three village Mayors (male Chiefs) to discuss the implementation of the first carbon offsetting project for Samoa by replanting more than 12,000 native trees in the O le Pupu Pue national Park.
THE BEST A big fa’amalo to the skilled and courageous E.P.C. staff who braved the winds and rain to restore power from broken and dangerous power lines on Cross Island Road on Wednesday night in pitch darkness.
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