The Police have called for help to find one Aitken Keil in relation to an ongoing Police investigation. In a statement posted by the Police today, it does not say what the investigation is about.
The Deputy Prime Minister, Fiame Naomi Mata’afa, led the Samoa delegation to the 107th Session of A.C.P. Council of Ministers and the 43rd Meeting of the A.C.P.-E.U. Council of Ministers, held in Lome, Togo.
A film crew from New York, America, is in Samoa to film a documentary on the Samoa Weightlifting team that participated in the recent Commonwealth Games in Australia.
The Minister of Finance, Sili Epa Tuioti’s $932.92million budget for 2018/2019 was passed by Parliament last night. The nod of approval was given after three days of budget debate where Parliament worked into the night to discuss the budget allocations.
Using the available resources to develop a country is nothing to be afraid of. Meet Evgeni and Katia Bachara who shared this statement with the Dear Tourist team.
The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme’s (S.P.R.E.P.) Open Day on Monday promoted the 2018 International Year of the Reef to school students.
The National University of Samoa (N.U.S.) should clarify the terms and conditions of scholarships given to students to study in Japan. The call was made by Member of Parliament for Falealili East, Fuimaono Teo Samuelu during Parliament. He said the Ministry of Education as well as the university should explain all the terms and conditions to the students before they leave for Japan.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Dr. Sa’ilele Malielegaoi rebuked the Member of Parliament for Gagaemauga No. 3, Nafoitoa Tala’imanu Keti, in relation to the simmering tax dispute between the E.F.K.S. Church and the Government. “You can’t endorse the law and then you get up and say something else,” Tuilaepa said. “I want to ensure that members of the public are not misled.”
A woman, who bit off part of another woman’s ear, chewed it before swallowing the lobe, has been jailed for a year and six months. Taumasina Falaniko, 22, of Levi Saleimoa and Fagamalo, was sentenced by Supreme Court Justice, Leiataualesa Daryl Clarke. The incident happened after a volleyball game went wrong where the defendant and another woman got into a fight.
Filauia Hunt of Alaoa lives in struggle. For 21 years, the unemployed mother of six has lived in a small house with unstable water supply and no proper kitchen.
The Samoa Chamber of Commerce and the United Nations Development Programme have entered into an agreement through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding that serves to enhance development activities in accelerating and incubating the ideas and businesses of youth entrepreneurs.
Think a minute…An army general was asked what kind of good-luck charms he carries when he goes to war. The general answered: “I don’t carry a lucky charm on my body. I carry it in my heart.”
I am honored and humbled to present the opening remarks at this very important event, the Samoa Exports Awards 2018.
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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