Chief Justice Patu Falefatu Sapolu has taken issue with what he said are adverse media reports regarding the court granting legal aid to criminal offenders.
It is the responsibility of a father to maintain peace and harmony in the family. This is what Fereti Tavina of Leusoali’i said to the Village Voice yesterday.
God continues to provide for us each day through the outpouring of love and support from the community,” says Siliniu Lina Chang, the president of the Samoa Victims Support Group (S.V.S.G.).
A 38-year old father Ioane Tolu from Ti’avea says that exercise at home by doing chores really helps. Village Voice caught up with Ioane when he was on his way home from his plantation.
Scholarship students from Samoa were heavily represented on the list of 24 scholars from New Zealand University students, chosen to participate in the Pacific Cooperation Foundation (PCF) Summer Internship Initiative for 2017-2018.
The Attorney General’s office has yet to finalise the criminal charges against the 33 year old Romanian, alleged to have stolen money from an A.T.M. of a local bank.
The Bank of South Pacific Limited branch in Samoa has been most successful in growing its market share but they are not resting on their laurels. This is according to Bank of South Pacific Limited Group’s Chief Executive Officer, Robin Fleming.
In the last 65 years, Fiji Airways has methodically climbed the right steps to building a successful and profitable airline. And they are now ready and more than willing to help their Pacific neighbour reach the same heights.
A man accused over a package intercepted by Customs Officers at the Fagali’i Airport, which contained methamphetamine, has had his bail application denied yesterday in Supreme Court. The decision over the application by defence counsel Arthur Lesā was delivered by Chief Justice, His Honour Patu Tiava’asue Falefatu Sapolu yesterday.
Samoa Airways Chief Executive Officer, Seiuli Tupuivao Alvin Tuala has squashed rumours they are leasing an aircraft from Fiji Airways. “No we are leasing our own aircraft, we’re working with Fiji Airways for engine support, maintenance and other important aspects of the airline.
A resident of Fagali’i is calling members of Parliament to spend a day with them so they understand how the cost of living is having a detrimental impact on their daily struggles.
Think a minute…Chris Spielman was a professional football player in the U.S. for 10 years. He was famous for his aggressive playing and tough tackling. But just before the 1998 professional football season, his wife discovered she had cancer.
The Chief Guest, Her Excellency Honourable Fiame Naomi Mata’afa, Acting Prime Minister of Samoa; Deputy Prime Minister of Tonga, Hon. Siaosi Sovaleni; Hon. Ministers; Dr. Shola Taylor, Secretary General of CTO; Mr. Sione Veikoso, President of PITA; Excellencies and members of the diplomatic corps; Distinguished speakers; participants; ladies and gentlemen.
LEARNING FROM OTHERS Oh no! First we got a lesson in rugby success from the visiting Flying Fijians and now we have to swallow our pride and learn from their successful airline, Fiji Airways.
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