The Cyclone Gita response by Electric Power Corporation (E.P.C.), and Samoa Water Authority (S.W.A.) ground crews was acknowledged Friday evening at the Ooh la la Ice Cream Bar at Matautu.
The Samoa Stationery and Books (S.S.A.B.) Meka Silver HP Promotion came to an end on Friday last week. And to commemorate their first Meka Silver HP Promotion, the staff as well as the management, held a competition among the staff members.
Nuiteu Mapuleolo from Samatau is grateful for rain water. That’s because it is their only source of drinking water. The water from the tap, he said, is not clean. Today, the unemployed father of two told the Village Voice they desperately need a water tank.
Kilino Ioane’s family has been living without a stable water supply for more than 30 years. The 56-year-old father is appealing to Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi to instruct the Samoa Water Authority (S.W.A.) to invest in installing water pipes for Tapatapao residents.
The Electric Power Corporation (E.P.C.) and Samoa Water Authority (S.W.A.) will take the global center stage later this month in Hawaii at the World Fire Knife Dancing Championships.
Customers of the National Bank of Samoa (N.B.S.) and Digicel Samoa can expect a new cost-effective and easy mobile banking and remittance service. The service was announced in a joint press statement by the two companies, which states that Digicel would work with N.B.S. to integrate its Mobile Money platform with N.B.S. banking systems.
As part of its 2018 workplan and in preparation for the 6th Operational Phase (OP6) core funds grant allocation call for proposals, the National Steering Committee (N.S.C.) and Technical Advisory Group (T.A.G.) of the G.E.F. Small Grants Programme held its first annual joint workshop and monitoring of projects in Savai’i last week.
The Fire and Emergency Services Authority (F.E.S.A.) will now issue permits for any hot works operation. The measure was approved during Parliament last week. The Bill was put in place following an explosion at one of the diesel fuel storage tanks on the wharf at Matautu-tai, which killed a worker.
Setting a high standard for coffee making will never change at The Coffee Bean in Taimaligi. But if you have noticed a slight change in the vibe and menu at the hot spot, then you would not be mistaken because the café is under new management and ownership.
Improvements to the wharf at Matautu should be completed in June 2018. Funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (J.I.C.A.), $80 million project started two years ago. The renovations will include a new wharf extension by 137 meters for the safe mooring of cruise ships.
Hard work and faith in God has seen Tiaseu Meripa Eleitino Siaosi Samoa achieve her dream. This week, she graduated with a Master in Science International Cooperation Policy at the Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan.
Samoa has lost an icon with the passing away of La’auli Alan Grey. The businessman, hotelier, “Good Samaritan” to countless people, La’auli died peacefully at the Tupua Tamasese Meaole Hospital, Moto’otua, yesterday morning. He was 82.
The Land and Titles Court has two new Vice Presidents. They are Moananu Tuasivi Setu and Mulipola Iosefo. They took their oath before Chief Justice, His Honour Patu Tiava’asu’e Falefatu Sapolu last week.
Members of the public might have to wait a while for the Tuialamu landslide to be cleared. This is according to the Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (M.N.R.E.), Ulu Bismark Crawley.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Dr. Sa’ilele Malielegaoi is calling on members of the public to heed the warning issued by the Central Bank of Samoa (C.B.S.). This is in relation to the rising number of cryptocurrency promotions in Samoa.
Former Deputy Prime Minister Fonotoe Lauofo Meredith has reassured the nation that they should not have to worry about the mortgaging of leases of customary lands. The reassurance was issued by the Member of Parliament during an interview with the Sunday Samoan on the Alienation of Customary Land Amendment Bill 2017, discussed in Parliament this week.
A prominent businessman La’auli Alan Grey has passed away. La’auli, the Hotelier who played an instrumental role in the development of Samoan rugby and tourism in Samoa, passed away peacefully at the Tupua Tamasese Meaole Hospital this morning.
The Samoa Qualifications Authority has completed an awareness workshop on the Foreign Qualifications Recognition Service (FQRS) at the Development Bank of Samoa conference room yesterday.
Think a minute…We all like to save time—especially since life is so short. So the sooner we learn good shortcuts to living well, the sooner we will enjoy life at its best.
We continue our comment on “Taxes, the Church and Government” with a response to Ned Netterville’s “Distorting the truth” Letter of Friday, 16 March.
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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