God is so good. He prepares everything for his children. That includes the abundance of fish in the sea, according to fisherman Teni Laumoli. The man with roots in Magiagi and Saleimoa said he is grateful everyday that there is always fish to catch.
Local Samoan communities in New Zealand and Australia have been urged to support products from Samoa by purchasing fresh taro and a range of new frozen products launched last week at Fale o Samoa in Mangere, Auckland.
Emergency workers are a lot better prepared to deal with an emergency landing at Faleolo – should it arise – following an emergency drill yesterday. The drill at the Faleolo International Airport focused on the scenario involving an emergency landing.
Prime Minister and the Chairman of the Samoa Rugby Union (S.R.U), Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, is standing by under-sieged coach of the losing Manu Samoa team, Namulauulu Alama Ieremia.
Independent Prosecutor, Satiu Simativa Perese, hired by the Attorney General’s Office, has filed a counter appeal in the case of the former Director of the National Prosecution Office (N.P.O), Mauga Precious Chang.
The Supreme Court heard firsthand of events during the fatal car crash at Puipa’a where a vehicle driven by a Chinese man exploded when it slammed into a bus, killing an elderly man.
A mother is fighting for her life at the Moto’otua Hospital after her husband allegedly stabbed her on the chest multiple times in public. What’s worse is that the alleged stabbing happened while their children looked on is sheer horror in broad daylight.
Samoa: Today, Filifilia and I stand before you, to greet you on this new morning in our lives. It is also a new morning in the history of Samoa. We salute you for the great honour that you have done us throughout the last ten years.
The outgoing Head of State, His Highness Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi, has delivered his final address to the nation. His Highness recorded his farewell message at TV3 Taufusi where he acknowledged the country for their support during the past 10 years.
Aiga Pinati of Salelesi is a contented man. Having moved to Vaiusu for personal reasons, he caught up with the Village Voice yesterday where he shared a few things about his life.
Farming and agriculture is essential to the development of Samoa. It is important because it provides food and jobs for our people considering the current state of our economy.
Farmers in the villages need incentives so they can develop their farms and in return give back to their families and communities. Such incentives include funding and technical expertise.
Marcia Cruz from California, U.S, has always loved Samoa. And so she returned to paradise for a couple of days to enjoy the sun, beaches and the beautiful culture this country offers.
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.
Did the Minister of Agriculture just realize that it is “essential” for both to work together?
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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