Meet Kolio Paniolo, an eighteen year old who is a good example for all the youth out there. Coming from the village of Leauva’a, Kolio grew up knowing what his main priority is; his parents.
Ten years down the line, and the Savai’i Crossing hosted by Pualele Outrigger Canoe Club, is still considered one of the most challenging outrigger canoe races held in Samoa.
The Samoa Chamber of Commerce and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade will be hosting the New Zealand Samoa Trade and Investment Commission (N.Z.S.T.I.C) Business Mission to Samoa on the 5th – 6th of June 2017.
As part of the Bank South Pacific’s commitment to Samoa to deliver convenient, innovative and affordable banking, the bank has an addition to their business account suite.
Saui’a Louise M. Mataia-Milo, a history lecturer at the National University of Samoa (N.U.S) graduated last week from Victoria University, New Zealand, with a Doctor of Philosophy in History.
The Samoa Medical Council (S.M.C.) has revoked the medical license of a Chinese Neurologist who has been working at the hospital for 19 years claiming he “is not a certified physician” but a “traditional healer.”
The nation’s biggest denomination, the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa (C.C.C.S), has rejected the plan by the government to tax church Ministers. The decision was reached during the Church’s annual conference, which ended on Friday.
The Queensland Reds rugby team touched down in Samoa, early this morning. The inaugural Super Rugby game to be played at Apia Park on Friday evening, will see the Australians up against the Auckland Blues who will arrive on Thursday afternoon.
Betham Brothers Enterprises (B.B.E) celebrated their 25th years of service to Samoa by giving back to their customers and supporting societies such as Nuanua o le Alofa, Disability Advocacy Organization in Samoa and Loto Taumafai Society.
Think a minute…There was a young man who moved from his home in Italy to live in America. He studied juggling and soon became famous all over the world. Later in his life, after years of success as a juggler and performer, he decided to return home to Italy and retire.
Nothing holds more true for someone like myself than an old saying, Time is not measured by clocks, but by moments.
GREGOR PAUL FAN CLUB Don’t you just love the New Zealand Herald rugby writer, Gregor Paul?
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