Samoa’s Red Cross President, Va’asilifiti Moelagi Jackson, has decided to run as an Independent candidate from Fa’asaleleaga No. 2.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi has warned general election candidates, especially those running as Independents, not to play old tricks on the sitting Members of Parliament.
Two fugitives on the run from prison officials are considered dangerous, with the public urged to look out for them and call Police if they’re spotted.
Chanel College has celebrated a year’s worth of hard work, with a prize giving held at the weekend celebrating both students and staff.
A witness in the trial against the Samoa Victim Support Group’s President, Siliniu Lina Chang, and three others, has claimed she saw a church minister’s wife (faletua) doing inappropriate things to Susan Caroline Stowers.
The E.F.K.S Television Network has a new General Manager. He is 55-year-old, Su’a Henry Fruean.
Member of Parliament for Fa’asaleleaga No. 3, Tuileutu Alavaa Voi, has revealed his plans not to run in the upcoming General Election.
Two young girls from Savai’i are preparing for the trip of a lifetime.
Narissa Feagaiga and Elena Ioane, of Tafua, will join 64 children from around the world selected as delegates to attend the Children’s Climate Change Conference in Sweden.
A female prisoner at Tafa’igata is facing more charges, after an incident where she attacked a fellow inmate with a machete.
A woman who has pleaded guilty to bribery and theft – the latest in a string of convictions – has been described as “evil.”
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