The tide was definitely in Darren Moore’s favour once more. On Day 3, Darren reeled in a 207.6kg Blue Marlin. Moore is part of Team Yellowfin with the boat’s skipper, Roy Lee.
“Poor implementation of the bilingual policy has affected student literacy and numeracy in English. The current bilingual policy that prioritizes Samoan as the language of instruction in primary levels also calls for the integration of English instruction as students’ progress through school.”
The motion was made in court on Wednesday this week by prosecutor Lucy Sio in the criminal case against, Talamua Naotala who is charged with theft as a servant.
It’s a first! To celebrate the inaugural Super Rugby game to be played in Samoa, the Samoa Observer has launched a competition for some lucky rugby fans. And there are other firsts to be celebrated on the 2nd of June match.
The South Pacific Tourism Organisation (S.P.T.O) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (G.I.Z.) GmbH will enter into a partnership to collaborate on strengthening tourism in the Pacific region.
The Samoa Returnees Charitable Trust has been extremely busy of late. The Returnees Trust is in the midst of running their Second Chances Counselling Workshop.
Mrs. Palepa Gabriel Lucky, a retired teacher and principal of the school named after her, Mrs Gabriel’s Pre-School passed away peacefully yesterday morning.
CATCH OF THE TOURNAMENT: Whatever men can do, women can do a lot better. And in this case, it is Soraya May’s catch of the day on 3rd day of the Samoa International Game Fishing Tournament.
A strategic partnership was forged when the Young Women Christian Association (Y.W.C.A) Samoa hosted a fun and energetic Fana LEE Zumba session last Saturday at Travellers Point Hotel.
The new Chief Executive Officer of the Samoa National Provident Fund, Pauli Prince Suhren already has a strategy set out to achieve his goals in his first three-year term.
Think a minute.In June, 1969, the countries of Honduras and El Salvador declared war against each other. Until then, these two neighboring nations in Central America had been like close cousins.
Today, 25 April 2017, marks 102 years since the landing of thousands of Australian and New Zealand troops on the shores of Gallipoli and the birth of the term ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps).
ALL PUBLICITY IS GOOD PUBLICITY It was wonderful to see instant and very positive feedback to the ‘Clash of the Colours’ promotion of the Blues-Reds rugby game on the evening of June 2 at Apia Park.
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