Marist Brothers’ Old Pupils Association (M.B.O.P.A) President, Peseta Kasiano Ioane, with Secretary Mataia Vensell Margraff presented a cheque for $40,000 to the Principal of Marist Brothers’ School Mulivai, Brother Siaosi Ioane, on Monday.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi is not ruling out the possibility for Samoa to host Lupesoli’ai La’aulialemalietoa Joseph Paker’s world title defense against Hugie Fury in May.
A fully furnished, well-equipped Mercedes Ambulance with medical supplies that could be helping residents of Savai’i who live near the Sataua District Hospital remains stuck in Apia.
The government has rejected reports that the Apia Wharf is likely to close for the installation of the Tui Samoa Cable. Yesterday, the Office of the Press Secretariat issued a statement quoting the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Afamasaga Rico Tupai, to refute the reports. The statement is published below verbatim:
The driver of the Queen Patsy bus, which crashed on Cross Island Road, resulting in the death of one of the passengers two days after, did not have a valid license when the accident happened.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi’s government has come under fire from unhappy members of the business community over the likely closure of the Matautu Wharf to allow the installation of the Tui Samoa Internet Cable.
Think a minute…Recently a successful, famous man told about a surprising gift he received in the mail. It was from his old high school. When he was a teenager his love and passion was tennis.
I read with interest the plan by the P.M. and Cabinet to appoint the A.C.E.Os.
JUST CURIOUS A friend of BTL was looking through the coaching staff for the Samoa A team that’s in Fiji right now.
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