Seven weeks into its Top Up and Win promotion, over 400 Digicel customers have been rewarded with weekly prizes of $1,000 and Huawei Tablets as well as daily prizes of $200 phone credit.
The family of Father Talipope Tuala of Leauvaa celebrated a milestone this week. The occasion was the 25th year anniversary since he became a priest of the Catholic Congregation.
The Samoa Amateur Boxing Association’s (S.A.B.A) preparations for the Oceania Championships received a $5,000 injection thanks to the Gambling Control Authority, T.A.B and Samoa National Sports Lotto.
“Unless the Lord builds the house, they who build it would labor in vain.” So reminded the Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Agafili Tomaimano Shem Leo, on Wednesday.
Member of Parliament for Vaimauga East, Sulamanaia Fetaia’i Tuivasa, has questioned the “Nofotane project.” “This is one project that our county does not support,” he said. He made the comment in Parliament during its session this week.
A leading Samoan technology expert, Mike Baukes, has raised concerns about a data trove owned by the America’s Republican National Committee (R.N.C) containing personal details of nearly every registered voter in the United States which was left unsecured for nearly two weeks.
A 33-year-old Romanian man has been arrested for allegedly scheming money from one of the local banks. The arrest was confirmed by the Police Commissioner, Fuiavailili Egon Keil, yesterday. The man’s name is withheld.
He’s a small man with a big heart. And tonight at Apia Park, David Lemi, will need to summon every bit of courage he has in his small frame when he leads the Manu Samoa against Wales in a test match where his team needs to win.
Nine agricultural experts from China are in Samoa to implement Phase four of the China-Samoa Intergovernmental Agricultural Technical Cooperation Project. They consolidate on Chinese advanced planting and processing technologies of vegetables and fruits in the next three years.
Think a minute…Have you heard this expression, “It’s raining cats and dogs?” It was started in Europe in the 1500’s when many European houses had thatched roofs made from straw. At night time the animals would climb up on the roof to stay warm, including cats, dogs, and other small animals.
I welcome you all to our shores for the 20th Pacific Immigration Directors Conference.
GREGOR PAUL FAN CLUB Don’t you just love the New Zealand Herald rugby writer, Gregor Paul?
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