Living young, wild and free is Julien Avia of Auckland New Zealand. Dear Tourist yesterday learned that Julien’s in the country to celebrate his 21st birthday with his cousins.
Leaving their husbands at home, Lois and Lorraine embarked on their tropical girls get away trip to our sunny shores via a very long and unexpected travelling route.
Hairdressing is not just about fixing hair for Uini Purcell. It is also a process of building unbreakable bonds. This week, Uini is in Samoa. She is relaxed.
The U.S. Embassy in Apia has announced that Samoan students have an opportunity to apply for the United States-South Pacific Scholarship Programme, which supports Master’s and Bachelor’s degree study at the University of Hawaii.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Ulu Bismarck Crawley, is optimistic. He is under no illusion that Samoa stands to benefit from international gatherings such as the 23rd meeting of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (U.N.F.C.C.C. C.O.P.23), which is winding up in Bonn, Germany, this weekend.
Faith is essential when you want to get through any struggle in life, even when people tell you it’s not okay. And holding on to faith could be the ultimate hope of overcoming pain and sorrow.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi is unrepentant over the government’s decision to tax the incomes and gratuities for church ministers. Amidst growing criticisms of his administration from the church and members of the public, Tuilaepa remains defiant.
Samoa’s flag carrier, Samoa Airways, appears to have sorted out a teething problem with their boarding passes. That’s according to Attorney General, Lemalu Hermann Retzlaff, on a Facebook post yesterday.
Ever doubted the government’s vision behind Samoa Airways? If yes, you are probably not the only one. Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi knows this. But the government through its Press Secretary has countered this by releasing a statement revealing the key people involved in getting the airline off the ground.
Simone Johnson, the daughter of Samoa’s most famous Hollywood son, Seiuli Dwayne Johnson, has been selected as the Golden Globe Ambassador for the 75th anniversary of the Golden Globe Awards.
Despite the challenges, Samoa is no doubt still the land of milk and honey. Talking to the Village Voice team yesterday, Ulisese T. Ioane, he is grateful to be living in Samoa.
This is what Fetu Fetaia’i, 77, from the village of Faleula-Uta, believes. Mrs. Fetaia’i spoke with the Village Voice team yesterday afternoon while doing some work at her plantation – a walking distance from her house.
The cost of living in Samoa is expensive. But it would be a lot worse it if weren’t for the existence of Chinese businesses who have helped eased the burden for many locals. Iosefo Lili’a, 56, from the village of Nu’u Fou accepts that the quality of products is not exactly the best.
There are consequences for every bad decision we make. For Laina Ete from Nu’u, his alcohol addiction cost him the most valuable treasure in life – his family. “My wife and my four children left me because I was not able to control my desire for alcohol,” he said.
Think a minute…I know a woman who gets sad when her husband sends her roses! She says: “The only reason my husband gives me flowers is because it’s Valentine’s Day and he thinks he’s expected to.
The Whole Foods, Plant-Based (W.F.P.B.) nutrition that M.E.T.I. is promoting is recommended for the prevention or the reversal of various chronic degenerative diseases such as Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Heart Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Gout.
SLOW DOWN PLEASE Those midnight rally drivers might want to be careful out there.
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