Dear Editor Re: Ghostwriters and the priorities for P.M. Tuilaepa’s administration I concur and agree wholeheartedly on this article! Why waste time on a ‘ghost?’ Do your job you have been voted in to do!
Dear Editor, I commend the Government on the Tui Samoa Cable and for pushing through the increased internet capacity for Samoa, it is much needed and has the potential to open up Samoan internet facilities to first world class.
Dear Editor, Re: When Cyclone Gita exposes more than it should Interesting editorial I thought. Smart people learn from their mistakes, like after Evan the T.A.T.T.E. building was damaged and engineers were called in to assess.
Dear Editor, Re: The reality with debt It’s the resilience of families overseas through Remittance and donor nations that’s keeping the government and economy ticking.
Dear Editor, I wish to thank Muagutu Joe and Patsy Ah Ching, Muliaga Jean Malifa, Masoe Norman Wetzell and Mr. Francis Graig. During Cyclone Gita, we lost everything in its path, two vehicles, tools equipments and a Green house.
Dear Editor, On two separate vehicle tenders advertised by a certain High Commission office in Samoa, I bid on their cars and both times I was outbid just marginally and by marginally I mean obviously marginally, the first tender in November 2017 I was outbid by $50tala the second tender in February 2018 (this month yes) I was again outbid by $150.
Re: Toddler’s tragic death probed If I’m not mistaken this would be the second time this kind of incidents has happened in Samoa. “It’s alleged that he suffocated due to the lack of air.”
Re: Ex-cop cries foul It appears that every legislation passed into law and amendment to the Constitution are for the protection of government not for the people and an effort to deflect criticisms. Even elections laws were made to protect the government from being defeated.
Dear Editor, We were on our way to the airport to pick up some friends and we saw the expensive fancy SUV Land Cruiser the ministers and Stui were driving on their way to Apia from Savai’i.
Dear Editor, The P.M’s obsession with O.L.P is growing closer to lunacy. Does the P.M. have ‘skeletons in the cupboard’ that he’s paranoid will be exposed or has he just been in power so long that he can’t comprehend the idea of anyone challenging his thinking?
Dear Editor With due respect to Jeffrey and his typical H.R.P.P. worded rant about idle land in Samoa going to waste, due to inactivity? What rain shower did Jeffery come down on? Has Jeffery just been swept into Samoa via Cyclone Gita? It is absurd to even suggest, that families from abroad are hell bent on keeping their Samoan families living on Customary Land in poverty!
Re: You have been warned, Samoa! I mentioned this a couple of years back when expressing concern over the level of debt back then to the Chinese EXIMBANK. This state owned bank has been operating in Africa and the Indian Ocean for years and the modus operandi is always the same.
Re: The sweat of success He’s been called lots of things, and most of them silly. The man was one of the worst war criminals of the 20th century, mowing down Sudanese tribesmen with machine guns during his youth, throwing the ANZACs at the Turks in WWI, using chemical weapons on the Arabs and Kurds after it, supporting Zionism...
Dear Editor, Re: P.M. blames bus drivers Driver is one factor. The other would be the competition of who has the best sounds on their bus. Public safety should be a priority over pride and entertainment - which is not what we’re seeing.
Dear Editor, Re: After 24 years the government wakes up and Samoa Observer still there I applaud Gatoaitele Sano Malifa and the staff of the Samoa Observer. At times when the opposition was so weak, they could not even place the government’s feet in hot water.
Colonialist attitudes towards products from small island states, which threaten the margins of major global corporate companies, are not new. They have been around since ancient times and will continue to exist for as long as our people try their very best to fulfill their God-given potential in all areas of life.
Tropical Cyclone Gita devastated a number of Pacific island countries last week. In Samoa, it left many families at Lelata, Ma’agao and Vini devastated. What was going through your mind during the cyclone? And what would you do differently if another cyclone comes? Nefertiti Matatia asked in today’s Street Talk and this is what people said:
Think a minute…Remember the first people to ever fly an airplane? There were the Wright brothers, just a week before Christmas, 1903. They were so excited they sent an urgent telegram message to their sister which said: “First flight in history today!
Ladies and Gentlemen, Talofa lava! As an Indigenous Samoan, Let me first pay my respect to the Indigenous Owners of this land and thank their ancestors, past present and future, for letting me stand before you on these sacred cultural lands!
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.
Samoa’s Ava Exports is looking promising, with exports expected to increase in the next couple of years. Ava exports was Samoa’s second largest export commidity from 1998 to 2001 until some European countries led by Germany imposed restrictions on the Pacific Kava Trade. Samoa’s exports of Ava in 1998 was just under $20m.
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