Obedience is an essential stepping stone for one who dreams of a successful and prosperous life. The words of the Bible say so, we must respect and obey our parents so we can live long lives. Lives filled with happy and successful stories.
A man from Salimu Fagaloa, Tanielu Satiu, has poured cold water on the movement to promote the rights of children. Speaking to the Village Voice, he said these new ideas are responsible for a growing population of rebellious young people who think they know best.
The roles and responsibilities of being a father require a lot of hard work and commitment physically, spiritually and mentally. It requires unconditional love towards your family, your children.
The answer to addressing the high cost of living nowadays is to work hard. For Atonio Pati of Moamoa, he is diligently looking for work. He knows nothing can be achieved by doing nothing and expecting life to turn out merrier in the end.
Most visitors to Samoa find out about the place through different means. For most of them, they would have heard about Samoa in relation to Manu Samoa rugby, Seiuli the Rock Johnson and of course our world heavyweight champion, Lupesoliai Joseph Parker.
Kathryn Delaney and Leonia Sands are no strangers to the shores of Samoa. And it’s not just because they have blood connection to the land, they genuinely love the place.“My mother is from here and even though she has passed away I still come over because I’ve got families here,” said Ms. Delaney.
Despite the distance of some 15,654 kilometers, this Polish couple were really keen to experience Samoa. So they took the long flight or flights for that matter. A few days after they left their home, they arrive.
The life of a long serving public servant and former Electoral Commissioner, Tanuvasa Meleisea Matauitaua Isitolo Lemisio, was celebrated during his final service yesterday at St. Theresa Lepea Parish. Tanuvasa passed away on 9 October 2017. He was 69.
An attempted murder charge against a man accused of using an electric wire to strangle his wife, when he became enraged over a suspected extra marital affair, has been dismissed. A panel of five assessors in the Supreme Court dismissed the charge citing the lack of evidence.
The Samoa Housing Corporation (S.H.C) has pledged to donate annually to help the Samoa Cancer Society with her public awareness promotions for the early detection as a means for early prevention of Cancer in particular Breast Cancer.
Nearly five years after they exchanged vows at their local chapel, young couple Ingrid and Leon Roache took an important step in their lives this week. They wanted to have their vows sealed at the L.D.S Temple in Pesega. This time, the couple was joined by their children ReeNada and DirgNoel Roache for the occasion.
Members of the Bahai Faith in Samoa will gather tonight at the grounds of the Mother Temple of the Pacific, at Tiapapata, to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Baha’u’llah, the Prophet Founder of their Faith. The service will start with a Prayer Service at 8pm followed by an address from the government of Samoa.
It is vital that Pacific Island countries understand the pros and cons of allowing refugees to settle in their countries. But first of all understanding the term refugee, their background and reasons of migrating are crucial to island nations in the Pacific region.
The role of election observers in running any election is critical. The point was highlighted by Justice Lei’ataualesa Daryl Clarke yesterday. He was speaking about Election Observation on Day 4 of the Commonwealth Election Professionals (C.E.P) Initiative Pacific workshop being held this week at the Sheraton Samoa Aggie Grey’s Hotel in Apia.
“Excellence is to excel in those fields where you can really make a difference, so that when you move on, you shall have left behind a better world for those who follow.” The words above from Eva Lantsought inspired Salā Stella Siale –Vaea Tangitau, General Manager of Samoa International Cricket to aim high.
In order for the Police to launch an investigation into anything, an official complaint has to be filed with Ministry of Police. That’s the response from Police Superintendent, Sala’a Sale Sala’a, to questions as to what action the Police have taken after the Minister of Revenue, Tialavea Tionisio Hunt, confirmed that Customs had confiscated a container allegedly smuggled into the country using falsified documents.
World leaders must do more to address climate change and its impact on Samoa and other small island states. That’s the message from Member of Parliament, Lenatai Victor Tamapua, to world leaders. Lenatai is attending the Inter-Parliamentary Union (I.P.U) General Assembly being held in St Petersburg, Russia.
The government has thrown its full support behind Toa Samoa’s bid to secure the holy grail of rugby league. Acting Prime Minister, Papali’i Niko Lee Hang, expressed the nation’s well wishes to coach, Matt Parish, captain Frank Pritchard and the rest of the team.
Everyone has their own favourite taste of life. Or you can be a person living the best of both worlds – rural and urban life. However, this is different for 55-year-old father and grandfather, Puisatu Talosaga from Papa Palauli, who favours rural life where the village council is the paramount ruling body.
Think a minute...This is a true Russian love story. Nadya von Meck was the wealthiest woman in Moscow. But all of her money and fortune could not comfort her after her husband died. She then escaped inside her luxurious home and tried to heal her broken heart by playing the music she loved on her piano.
If you are worried about the number of Chinese coming to Samoa, well, you should look at what’s happening to New Zealand, Australia, Canada and every other country in the world.
Con artist at work So there is apparently someone conning unsuspecting members of the public at the Land Transport Authority compound. In a public notice, L.T.A has warned members of the public to be alert.
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