The Samoa Quality Broadcasting Corporation, which runs TV1, celebrated its 10th birthday during the weekend. To mark the occasion, the Managing Director Galumalemana Faiesea Matafeo and the Management of TV1 hosted a Ball at the Tanoa Tusitala Hotel.
The Government has a moral obligation to do what is right. And if the family of Matamua Samuela, of Salelologa, caught up in the Salelologa wharf extension should be compensated, so be it. This is what Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi said.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Dr. Sa’ilele Malielegaoi has threatened to remove Member of Parliament, Olo Fiti Vaai, from Parliament’s Finance and Expenditure Committee. He issued the threat during his weekly media programme where he accused of Olo of playing “dirty politics.”
The family of a one-year-old toddler is blaming the country’s public health system for negligence resulting in their son’s paralysis. Tovanse Meni of A’ufaga was born healthy last year until he became ill and was diagnosed with pneumonia and admitted to the Moto’otua Hospital.
A coronial inquest will be done on July 25 into the deaths of two toddlers from Safotu, the Ministry of Police has announced. “On 12th July, a post-mortem examination was conducted at Moto’otua Hospital for the two babies from Safotu, Savaii. The post-mortem examination was conducted by a pathologist from Australia. Further inquiries with samples obtained from the two babies have been taken overseas for analysis,” stated the statement.
“I am an old man now, but God gave me a gift to share with my community.” Taueva sets a great example for those that surround him. Although he has entered his seventies, he still works very hard to gain an income, and because of this, his children can go to school.
Luatala is a mother of two beautiful children from the village of Lepa. She lives with her family at her husband’s family at Vaimoso and she is therefore what you would refer to in Samoa as a nofotane.
Samoa and Papua New Guinea will represent the Pacific at the Ministerial level central negotiating for the post-Cotonou agreement. This is according to Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade C.E.O. Peseta Noumea Simi, who added that Samoa is in the technical negotiating team for pillar two on development cooperation.
The Daughters of the King women’s conference 2018 ended with a royal banquet on Friday night. It was a four-day conference where mothers and young ladies gathered in the house of God to hear the Word and be empowered.
After serving the church faithfully as a teacher and a Church Minister for many years, Reverend Masunu Utumapu, is calling it a day. He was among two Elders of the Church whose life of service was recognised yesterday. Rev. Masunu and Reverend Halefoti Seloti’s services was celebrated as they retire (malōlō manumalo).
The Office of the Attorney General has appealed the decision by District Court Judge, Alalatoa Rosella Papali’i, to discharge the President of the Land and Titles Court, Fepuleai Atilla Ropati, without conviction. Fepulea’i had pleaded guilty to the assault of a Security Officer who was drinking alcohol on the job.
The Manu Samoa has qualified for the Rugby World Cup (R.W.C.) in Japan next year. The Fuimaono Titimaea Tafua-coached team defeated Germany, 42-28, in the second leg of their World Cup qualifier in Fritz-Grunebaum-Sportpark, Heidelberg, yesterday morning.
Prime Minister, the Secretary of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa, (C.C.C.S.) has recently expressed publicly through the media strong views opposing the PAYE tax reform which requires the clergy to pay their PAYE tax.
The claim by the General Secretary of the E.F.K.S. Church, Reverend Vavatau Taufao, about the Government bringing back the colonialism mentality sounds like something a fa’afafine would say. That’s what Prime Minister Tuilaepa Dr. Sa’ilele Malielegaoi said, hitting back at the General Secretary over the ongoing tax dispute between the Government and the E.F.K.S. Church.
The driver of a sedan is lucky to be alive after his vehicle rolled several times and fell into a storm water drain in Tuanaimato. Eyewitnesses at the scene of the accident told Samoa Observer that the vehicle rolled a couple of times before ending up in the drain.
Think a minute…Bram Stoker was a successful theatre manager in England during Queen Victoria’s reign. Everybody who knew him said he was one of the most easy-going, kindest men they knew.
It’s great for travellers like yours truly to compare airfares on line to find that Samoa Airways offers the cheapest fare for the Auckland to Apia route.
Three is a crowd One Minister with three Secretaries? A colleague of BTL walked into the office of one Cabinet Minister.
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