FIND THE MURDERER: Former M.P. and head of Tafa’igata Prison, Patu Ativalu Togi II.

Former Member of Parliament, Patu Ativalu Togi II, has called on the Police to “re-investigate” the death of mental health patient, Hans Dalton.

DISAPPOINTED: Fire knife dancer Vaela’a Iloa and other placegetters were promised a certain sum of money in the advertisements but after the event they were actually given much less.

Siva Afi dancer, Vaela’a Iloa, is not happy.

He has questioned the organisers of the Teuila Festival over the prize money he was promised.

BACK TO OUR ROOTS: Alesana Tuilagi tells of how the family play rugby in the street when they are all in Samoa together. Photo / North News

“Manu’s just the same. He stays with some old friends and they go outside playing touch rugby together. We were playing touch rugby together in our village at home”

MOMENTS TO REMEMBER: Paddlers and supporters celebrate sweet success at Matautu. Photos: Ilia L. Likou.

The weeklong Alo Paopao Regatta Festival closed with a bang last night.

A medical doctor has spoken out against the Labour and Employment Relations Act 2013, warning that it is putting peoples’ lives at risk.

A young woman, who believes “women can do just about anything men can” has achieved a rare first.

FOCUSSED: Participants of the Third Energy Audit training held in Apia this week.

The third Energy Audit under the ‘Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific Project’ is underway at the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (M.N.R.E) conference room this week.

HELPING HANDS: The Australian Orthopaedic Surgery Team with fellow Samoan doctors and nurses provided surgeries and hands-on training.

An Australian Orthopaedic Team has been in Samoa for the past couple of weeks providing diagnosis and surgical treatment for Samoan patients from around the country.

PROUD FAMILY: Posesione Toma with his family after he was Admitted to the Bar at a ceremony yesterday morning.

Three young lawyers were admitted to the bar yesterday morning during a ceremony held in the Supreme Court before the Chief Justice, His Honour Patu Tiava’asue Falefatu Sapolu.

WHO WILL IT BE: Prime Minister To’osavili John Key or David Cunliffe.

Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, is predicting a victory to the National Party in New Zealand’s general elections.