Criminal minds are everywhere and one mother is calling on all parents to be alert. Elisapeta Tomasi of Siusega and Falealupo says one can never be too careful about your children, especially girls these days.
Five Tokelau students graduated at Don Bosco Training Centre last Friday from an Electrical Special Training Course that had been taught for the first time.
The Gambling Control Authority has continued its spirit of giving by presenting a $5,000 cheque to the Samoa Outrigger Canoe Association (S.O.C.A).
A 38-year-old male from Savai’i has been charged for indecently assaulting a nine-year-old girl. Acting Assistant Police Commissioner Sala’a Moananu Sala’a said the incident happened when the girl was making her way home from school.
The Minister of Women, Community and Social Development, Faimalotoa Kika Stowers, has defended the Nofotane programme against criticisms from a fellow Member of Parliament.
The Attorney Generals’ Office is on the verge of finalising the Alcohol Control Bill. The new legislation is designed to tackle the growing threat posed by the abusive use of alcohol and unlawful production of liquor in Samoa.
There are certain companies whose containers do not go through routine Customs inspections upon arrival in Samoa. These companies are on the Ministry of Revenue’s “Green Lane” list. It means their shipments are “prepaid” and the companies get their containers right away.
The look on his face said it all. When Manu Samoa failed to beat a second string and “sick” Wales team in front of a capacity crowd at Apia Park on Friday night, coach Namulauulu Alama Ieremia was devastated. “This one hurts the most, it’s difficult to accept the defeat,” Namulauulu told the Samoa Observer.
A 29-year-old male who poured hot water on 58-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder. This was confirmed by Acting Assistant Police Commissioner Sala’a Moananu Sala’a. “The incident occurred at one of the villages in the Faleata District,” said Sala’a.
Following the successful launch of the 2015 University of Auckland (UoA) Alumni and Friends reception in Samoa, numerous social gatherings were organised by the UoA Samoa alumni network in an effort to initiate a membership drive.
Think a minute...This is the true story of a man named Sam who joined the American army in 1812. He was such a great military leader that he became a major general. Eventually he became successful in politics also and was elected governor of Tennessee.
I welcome you all to our shores for the 20th Pacific Immigration Directors Conference.
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