But P.M. tells the Opposition not to worry about debt, instead they need to just give them their support

AT ODDS: Associate Minister, Papali'i Niko Lee Hang and Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi.

Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, yesterday blasted the Samoa Observer over its persistent reporting of a call “for justice” in relation to the Controller and Chief Auditor, Fuimaono Camillo Afele’s report.

I'VE GOT THEM: Toe Evile, of Vaitele-fou shows off the pair of boots and socks.  Sonny Bill Williams.

The man who has the most sought after pair of shoes in Samoa today is all smiles.

PARLIAMENT DEBATE: Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi and the Whip of the Tautua Samoa Party, Lealailepule Rimoni Aiafi during Parliament's session this week. Photos: Lanuola Tupufia.

The Whip for the Tautua Party, Lealailepule Rimoni Aiafi, has reminded Parliament that “a wife is the love of your life, not an asset.”


STEPPING UP: The newest Member of Parliament, the representative for Gagaifomauga No.1, Faimalotoa Kika Stowers, took her oath yesterday to serve Samoa with honesty in her new calling. Speaker of the House, La’aulialemalietoa Leuatea Polata’ivao, administered Faimalotoa’s swearing in ceremony. Faimalotoa, an H.R.P.P candidate, won the by-election last Friday. She is pictured here being sworn in with assistance from the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, Fepulea’i A. Ropati. Outside Parliament, her relatives, friends and colleagues gathered to congratulate her. Photo: Lanuola Tupufia.

NOT GUILTY: Associate Minister Vaifou Peseta Tevaga with his lawyer, Te’o Richard Fa’aiuaso. Photo: Kerstin Ofisa.

The Associate Minister of the Ministry of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Peseta Vaifou Tevaga, yesterday pleaded not guilty to three separate traffic-related charges.

“Those responsible were charged accordingly and some had already been convicted for their part in in this misappropriation”

Sonny Bill Williams

‘You never know,’ he says

Sonny Bill Williams yesterday answered the multi-millio n-tala question for Samoa.

CHECK IT OUT: Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi and Speaker of Parliament, La’auli Leuatea Polata’ivao taking a stroll around the Fugalei Market that was officially opened yesterday. Photo: Deidre Taotua Fanene.

The initial design had a two-storey building that was going to cost $42million. However, Cabinet changed the plan and settled for a $10million single dwelling

AN HONOUR: Faimalotoa Kika Stowers. Photo supplied.

“On top of everything, I just feel thankful to God for this calling”

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