“He leads by serving and what comes after serving? Of course he is the Prime Minister of Samoa. I know he serves with love and honesty and that is the reason why he became successful.”
“It is essential that we send the best possible people each time, who are physically and mentally fit and strong because it will build a strong reputation for Samoan workers and encourage employers to seek more workers from Samoa in the future.”
The residents of the Home of the Aged at Mapuifagalele were the happy recipients of a $1,000 donation from the Bank of the South Pacific and Taumeasina Island Resort yesterday.
A 21st birthday is an occasion to behold. And if you are an institution in Samoa like Sails Restaurant and Bar has been over the years, their upcoming 21st anniversary is something its patrons and customers can look forward to.
The former President and Chief Executive of Bluesky Samoa, Aoe’e Adolfo Monetenegro, will soon be on the American Samoa government’s (A.S.G) payroll.
The increasing number of murders, manslaughters and grievous bodily harm connected to alcohol abuse has led to a call for alcohol use reforms by the Samoa Law Reform Commission.
Emergency workers were called to Leauva’a this morning to help passengers of a bus, which ended up in the sea there. “I feared for my life....” wept one of the female passengers who was devastated when the Jungle Boys bus crashed.
Think a minute… What’s your problem? You know that not all problems are bad? In fact, having problems sometimes means you’re making progress. A big hardware business moved into the same building with another, small hardware store.
GREGOR PAUL FAN CLUB Don’t you just love the New Zealand Herald rugby writer, Gregor Paul?
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