Dear Editor Re: M.P. queries Govt. over state of passport investigation “We shouldn’t think about only Samoa’s safety, as overseas people are using Samoa’s passport as a gateway to other big countries like Europe,”said Olo Fiti.”
Dear Editor Re: Samoa Airways $4.8b insurance cover revealed You know how con artists prey on their victims, they use their wives, kids and family as selling points. I hope this is not what Seiuli is trying to do here.
Dear Editor Re: Such fantastic fun up at the ‘technically bankrupt’ Samoa Rugby Union The Rugby Migraine Infecting Both Codes. The Samoa Rugby Union and their money woes are just as painful a migraine as the Rugby League Samoa and their disastrous record at this year’s World Cup. Both codes are in fast free-fall to see who hit’s rock bottom first.
Dear Editor The description by the Hon. Prime Minister of World Rugby’s attitude as ‘stupid’, is quite apt. The description could not be more correct judging by the contents of the press statement from World Rugby published in today’s Samoa Observer.
Dear Editor Re: Govt’s criminal libel move ‘serious concern’ Just because the Prime Minister does not want the whole country and the whole world to know and bring to light all the corruption under his leadership, that is why all of a sudden he gives credit to the previous administrations:
Dear Editor Re: World Rugby hits back at P.M. Tuilaepa, disputes bankruptcy claim World Rugby has to dispute any statement by SRU because of the worldwide media and so they did just that. It makes broad statements without details.
Dear Editor Re: From Mugabe to Tuilaepa, what is really hurting Samoa People living in Samoa must stand up to this lack of transparency by the Chief Auditor and the PM. Hold all the HRPP party members accountable and organise a democratic election to put qualified and trustworthy people into Government, who declare their assets when they arrive into Parliament and when they leave!
Dear Editor, I refer to your front-page story titled “Church Ministers outraged by tax laws” on the Sunday Samoan. This is a word of warning to Samoa; be careful when you touch God’s anointed.
Dear Editor, Our Samoa Rugby Union will never progress under Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi’s rule. He has been at the helm of the S.R.U. operations for many years without success. It has been documented as the worst period of Samoan rugby in the modern era and everything is going downward within the S.R.U.
Dear Editor, I refer to an article of the Samoa Observer of 17 Nov 2017 (Pay your taxes, P.M. tells Church Ministers) that was based upon a media session with the Prime Minister last week. The outcome of the media session to me as a Christian was successful.
Dear Editor, Re: “Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s; and unto God the things that are God’s”. Matthew 22:21. Section 40 of the Audit Act 2013 (Samoa) requires audits every year. Section 42 of the Act says these are to become public documents.
Dear Editor, Re: Church Ministers outraged by tax law Where in the Bible does it says “peleti (pledge) is not a salary; it’s a divine portion from God to give straight to the pastor”?
Dear Editor, Warning. This article is not to demean the efforts of the men in Blue jerseys, promise I’ll be nice. Rather, to rekindle the fighting giant in each of them because a week from now, they will face a giant of a team in England.
Re: No comment, Assistant Commissioner No doubt in my simple mind, the culture of denial and the code of silence is torn and rife at Tafa’igata jail.
Re: “Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s; and unto God the things that are God’s”. Matthew 22:21. The fate of the country is now being cooked up at the dark corners of the Si’usega Catholic church.
Dear Editor Re: Lack of flights devastate prolific visitor to Samoa I was travelling to Samoa with Jo Mikarna on her next trip.. Knowing little of this country until she shared her experiences..
Dear Editor Re: P.M. coy on “O.L.P.” hunt Why is the P.M. looking for O.L.P. This blogger is revealing and is bringing to light the corruption of the Samoa government and where that begins.
Dear Editor Re: Pay your taxes, P.M. tells Church Ministers According to the new testament of the bible, the PM has become the pharisee and tax collector all wrapped up in one......!!!!
Dear Editor Re: You can’t win war on drugs Exactly. The addicts need support to quit not be stigmatized that we are at war with those we love and care about.
Dear Editor, O le alagaupu masani “O le Alai le Pule o le Tautua” o lo’o tumau pea ona laulauviviluai Samoa aemaise i lana aganu’u o le tu’u faasoloina o le pule e ala i suafa matai. Aepeita’iona o suiga o nisi o faigauaiaineii lea agaifanua, ua foliga mai ua ala ga tatau ona faaopoopo iai, pe suia fo’i, i le faaupuga faafeagai “O le Alai le Tautua o le Pule.” E iaini pine faamau e lagolagoina ai lea manatu ma suiga.
Let’s face it. A lot has been said about the invisible chap called Ole Palemia - none of which is endearing to the ears of those he’s been teasing from wherever he’s hiding anyway - and yet it seems as if he’s just biding his time as he’s waiting patiently for the right moment when he knows, it’s safe to strike again and again.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi’s government has moved to amend the Constitution once more in relation to the position of the Head of State. But the change has given rise to suggestions that since anyone is now eligible to become the Head of State, is it not time to consider changing the title from Head of State to Governor General. What do you think? Ioana Tupa’i asked in today’s Street Talk and this is what people said:
Think a minute…Thomas Edison is one of history’s greatest inventors with more than 1,000 inventions and patents to his name. It is interesting that he gives much of the credit to his mother.
New Zealand, a member of the Pacific family of nations, has an exemplary record in the development and the maintenance of democratic governance in its modern history.
LEARNING THE AIRLINES LINGO Heard the term “close in bookings”? Chances are, you are one of the many Samoans who fall into that category used by airlines to describe your booking when you travel.
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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