FRANCE IN SAMOA: Florence Jeanblanc Risler, Member of the Council of Deputies, Tuimaleali’ifano Va’aleto’a Sualauvi II and France's Consul in Samoa, Vaimasenu’u Zita Martel.Member of the Council of Deputies, Tuimaleali’ifano Va’aleto’a Sualauvi II, welcomed France’s new Ambassador to Samoa yesterday.

Le Mamea Ropati.The Congregational Christian Church of Samoa (C.C.C.S), the largest denomination in the country, has been told to take one project at a time.

Aumua Ming Leung Wai and Fuimaono Camillo Afele.The Office of the Attorney General and the Samoa Audit Office have entered a Memorandum of Understanding to tackle fraudulent activities and corruption.

Changes needed at E.P.C – Audit.The organisational culture of the Electric Power Corporation (E.P.C) must be reformed.

This is imperative to “lay the platform for reinforcements to governance, oversight, internal controls and compliance".

(L-R) Reverend Dr. Iutisone Salevao and Reverend Kerita Reupena.A senior pastor of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa (C.C.C.S), Reverend Kerita Reupena, who has taken the Elders Committee to Court, was told to leave the General Assembly at the church’s Annual Conference yesterday.

COMPLICATED CLIMATE CHANGE: The Roundtable provided opportunities for displays and discussions about the challenges facing countries around the world. Delegates were also reminded that there are good and bad impacts depending on where you live.Climate change has always been talked about for its harmful impacts and effects on the world especially in the Pacific islands.

AVAILABLE NOW: BOC Gas is ensuring the safety of their staff and have produced a BOC Gas and Gear Store catalogue.Thanks to BOC and their supplier PSL Fire and Safety, all the staff at BOC Vaitele will be safe from fire in their homes for some time to come.

Bus driver fined for causing injury.Iosefa Iupeli 28 years of age from Levi ,Saleimoa was fined by the District Court yesterday for causing injury and failing to report an accident to police.

GRADUATING TO A NEW LEVEL: School principals celebrate graduating in Leadership and Managment. Photos below show some of the principals getting their certificates.Sixty-five school principals from colleges and primary schools throughout the country graduated with certificates after a training on Leadership and Management last week.

A MEDIA MAN: Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi was happy to answer questions from the Samoa Observer.The Prime Minister’s media person is a little agitated.

So much so the Acting Press Secretary of the Government of Samoa, Renate Rivers, has written to Samoa Observer’s Senior Reporter, Lanuola Tusani, demanding “respect.”