The nofotane women of Sapapali’i, Iva, Fusi and Fatausi gathered at the C.C.C.S. Hall at Sapali’i for the 26th session of livelihood trainings for the Nofotane Project.
The Samoa Culinary Association is doing is best to address unemployment in Samoa. On Saturday, ten graduates of its 2018 Grassroots Cookery programme celebrated sweet success during a graduation dinner at Tanoa Tusitala Hotel.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi is unrepentant about calling Manu Samoa Sevens players uneducated. He has instead challenged the team to prove him wrong by winning a tournament before the end of the year. The team has at least three tournaments remaining, two for the H.S.B.C. Sevens Series in Paris and London and the all important Rugby World Cup in San Francisco, U.S.A.
The Ministry of Finance has flatly rejected a proposal for an additional $10 million for the second phase of the Tanumalala Prison facility. The rejection was confirmed by the Minister of Prison Services and Corrections, Tialavea Tionisio Hunt, in response to questions from the Samoa Observer. “It was flatly denied by the Ministry of Finance,” he said adding that “they only approved $2.9 million.”
A video has surfaced of armed young man ransacking the Salelologa Market as trouble on the big island unfolds. The video shows a mother trying to collect her products – which appear to be a cooler of ice cakes – as a group of young men walk through the market in a threatening manner. Some are armed with sticks while one man is carrying a gun.
Savai’i residents heading to the wharf to board the Lady Samoa were stuck in traffic as the road was blocked between Salelologa and Salelavalu this morning. According to reports out of Savai’i; men between Salelologa blocked the road near Salelavalu. Rocks were reportedly thrown.
A woman who drove one of two cars involved in a near-fatal collision at Vailima on Saturday afternoon is fighting for her life at the Tupua Tamasese Meaole Hospital. The driver of the white sedan travelling up the hill, when it attempted to overtake another vehicle, which led to the collision, is in a coma.
All is well that ends well. That’s how it was hundreds of members of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa on Friday. After two weeks of their annual conference, the curtains fell on the annual pilgrimage with the election of new officers.
The Samoa Cancer Society (S.C.S.), in partnership with Ministry of Health, are co-hosting a National Palliative Care Forum starting tomorrow, at the Tanoa Tusitala Hotel.
Think a minute.Recent studies show that only 1 out of 3 people have healthy self-confidence. That means 2 out of every 3 people simply don’t know the ability they already have to be successful, even though it’s right there in their hands!
As we all very much know, having a job is or must be an integral part of our everyday life. We all yearn for one. That is for sure. What we don’t know is, how do we go about getting “our” job. Period. That is the purpose of this article.
Banking whispers Whispers about the change of ownership for a major player in the banking industry in Samoa has been laughed off.
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