Most teenagers live life not knowing what they are called to do. For Pese Siaosi, he says a dream is merely a wish if you don’t move towards achieving it.
Representatives of the 26 countries and territories that govern the Pacific Community (S.P.C) – including Samoa – have launched a regional campaign that celebrates the legacy of Pacific women.
Money is always the problem. That is the opinion of Jerry Ma’umaga of Maninoa Siumu and Mulifanua when he spoke with the Village Voice yesterday.
Attorney General, Lemalu Hermann Retzlaff, has commended the “brave officers” who stood up for justice in the wake of the recommendations by a Cabinet-appointed Commission of Inquiry to terminate the services of two senior police officers.
Prime Minister travels to Australia and New Caledonia. Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi has left the country for Canberra Australia and New Caledonia.
The government’s vision for Polynesian Airlines to return as a full international airline under the banner of Samoa Airways took a gigantic leap forward yesterday with the signing of a key agreement.
The two men accused over a package intercepted by Customs Officers at the Fagali’i Airport, which contained ice, made their initial appearance in the Supreme Court yesterday. Scott Robert Barlow, of Samoa, and Fatu Vagana, of American Samoa, are facing drug charges.
A mother and her step son have been charged with incest. This was confirmed by the Acting Assistant Commissioner, Sala’a Moananu Sala’a, who said the alleged relationship dates back to 2015. “The incident started in 2015 when the family were staying at one of the villages at the Itu o Tane District in Savai’i,” said Sala’a.
Don’t waste money and time on smoking and drinking alcohol, these are useless things. That is a message from Manu Puamo of Lauli;i to the youth of Samoa.
David Niumata of Moata’a is a grateful man. Niumata works at the Apia Park Stadium as a security officer and collects entry fees at the gate for people who attend the rugby games.
The University of the South Pacific (U.S.P) in Samoa held a Careers Expo at the U.S.P Savai’i Centre last Friday. U.S.P Savai’i Centre provides access to University studies and students need not leave their Savaii homes and families to travel to Upolu.
INAUGURATION DINNER: After the fanfare of the official inauguration ceremony of the new Head of State, His Highness Tuia’ana Tuimaleali’ifano Va’aletoa Sualauvi II, Cabinet hosted a private dinner to welcome him and his Masiofo, Her Highness Fa’amausili Leinafo at Taumeasina Island Resort on Friday.
Think a minute…Years ago a woman was awarded the Medal of Freedom, the highest honor an American civilian can receive. This was all the more amazing since she was not even an American! Mrs. Josefina Guerrero was from the Philippines, where she became known simply as Joey.
A good friend, smart also, once told me I live with ghosts. By ghosts he was referring to my childhood days.
7 QUESTIONS THAT ARE KEEPING US AWAKE 1. So come July 26, the day after the current Tui Atua is no longer the Head of State, is he still His Highness? 2. After being addressed as His Highness for 10 years, what new honorific if any, will he be known by?
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