A seven-year-old girl who has been missing since Wednesday has been found. This has just been confirmed by the Police in a statement. “The Samoa Police Service would like to inform the general public that the 7 year old that was missing from her family since Wednesday is now being found and reunited with her family today, the 23rd of February 2018,” the statement said.
Since the launch of the Pacific-American Climate Fund (P.A.C.A.M.) project in July 2016, the Project Management Unit has conducted six trainings already, four in Upolu and two in Savai’i.
Admiring the lavalavas at the Fugalei Market was Bevan Trethowen yesterday. When Dear Tourist approached him, he gladly agreed to be interviewed with his wife, Clair Cherry, joining in a few seconds later to share their experience of Samoa.
Gord and Sharon Marano are a long way from home. The couple from Winfield, British Columbia, Canada, found themselves in the South Pacific region for the first time, stumbling on Samoa as their first choice of a vacation destination.
Love knows no boundaries. Not even a tropical cyclone could stop love. And so it was when Cyclone Gita was not able to stop Blessing Matauiau, 26, from saying I do to Logologo Asotasi Va’afuti, 27.
The Livestock Division under the umbrella of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries is topping up its pig stocks with the arrival on new genetics imported from Hamilton New Zealand.
Member of Parliament, Olo Fiti Vaai, has called on Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi to remove the management of the Samoa Prisons and Corrections Services. “It has been three months since prisoner escapee, Uili Manuleleua remains on the run," he said.
Sand buildup is causing blockage and shallowness in the Vaisigano River, which during natural disasters can cause catastrophic flooding and damage to the residents who live along the riverbank.
READY FOR WORK: Acting Australian High Commissioner, Amanda Jewell, presented new and improved operational uniforms to Samoa’s Police Commissioner, Fuiavailili Egon Keil, for the crew of the Nafanua Patrol Boat, during a brief ceremony on board the vessel, yesterday.
The Central Bank of Samoa has issued a warning to members of the public to be on the look out “organised criminals” that who use social media to rob them of their money.
When your live an unfortunate life, you are grateful for all the little blessings that comes your way. That is how Asofa Uoli tackles each day. She told the Samoa Observer her one wish is a proper home for her six children.
Alleged brutality and inhumane treatment inside the Prisons are some of the reasons prisoners escape from Tafa’igata. This is according to a letter penned by a prisoner and passed on to the Samoa Observer. Fearing for his safety, the Prisoner has asked to withhold his name.
A seven-year-old girl has been reported missing from her family at Falelauniu since Wednesday. Va’aiga Amosa was last seen wearing red shorts with a white and black t-shirt.
In any part of the world, you know you’ve made it when your face ends up on the back of a bus. Sunrise Bus Company in Vaitele shows what it looks like when you put an icon on an icon. The transport company showed their support for one of Samoa’s favourite sons, Joseph Parker, by having a Parker themed bus in support of the highly anticipated boxing match between Parker and Anthony Joshua.
The stark realities of climate change were laid bare at the opening of the Pacific Ocean, Pacific Climate Conference in Wellington. Calls from Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Dr. Sailele Malielegaoi for urgent action were made as climate change is put under the microscope during the conference.
For more than 30 years, Sanelivi Fuamaila still struggles without proper water supply. This is despite being one of the first settlers of Satapuala. Being injured for more than 10 years and walking a great distance to fetch water is an added burden for the 43-year-old.
The expensive tuition fees have robbed a possibly better future for students whose families cannot afford to pay. That is the concern raised by Sose Filipo of Satapuala-uta.
Think a minute…Mr. Louis Joline was awarded one of America’s “Fittest Over 50.” At the age of 65, He had completed 61 marathon races. Remember, a marathon is running 26 miles! You would not think this man needs help or encouragement to run.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Talofa lava! As an Indigenous Samoan, Let me first pay my respect to the Indigenous Owners of this land and thank their ancestors, past present and future, for letting me stand before you on these sacred cultural lands!
THE BEST A big fa’amalo to the skilled and courageous E.P.C. staff who braved the winds and rain to restore power from broken and dangerous power lines on Cross Island Road on Wednesday night in pitch darkness.
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