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Police shed light on savage attack

The attack on a 68-year-old grandfather and matai of Falealupo that left him fighting for his life was an act ...

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Opportunity of a lifetime

DHL, the world's leading express and logistics company and Official Logistics Partner of Rugby World Cup 2015 (RWC 2015), is ...

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$20m to $30m bill

The Commonwealth Youth Games in September is likely to cost the country between $20 to ...

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Girls look on as father is hacked with machete

A young girl and her mother screamed for help while her grandfather was being “savagely attacked” by an angry villager ...

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Samoa's top secret

Prime Minister and the Chairman of the Samoa Rugby Union, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, is not giving away much about Samoa’s ...

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Between the Lines


HMMMMM It’s not the first time and it probably won’t be the last, but with the serious allegations ...

Think a Minute!

Play your part

Think a minute… A famous painting shows a king making a chain from his crown, and a slave making a ...

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Cabinet News

Minister of Agriculture leads delegation to Australia

A delegation from Samoa is visiting Australia this week to assess livestock in Australia for shipment to Samoa. The delegation will ...

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$45,000.00 for weightlifting

Cabinet has approved financial assistance of $45,000 for the Samoa Weightlifting Federation to help with their preparations for two upcoming ...

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Jobs to go at E.P.C.

Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi, yesterday confirmed that sixty-six employees of the Electric Power Corporation (E.P.C) are to be made redundant.

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Theft leaves family heartbroken

A woman, whose home at Vaitele was broken into last Saturday, is appealing for help.

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Sabotage for Don Bosco in Pago on race day?

A sense of disappointment and disbelief was felt at the 2Samoa Trade Fair as word rippled through about the alleged intentional damage to the Don Bosco 200 fautasi ahead of today’s race.

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Locals praised for Taumeasina progress

The $140million Taumeasina Island Resort is on track to be completed by March next year.

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Nursing student jailed for drugs

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A 20-year-old student from Vailoa Palauli was yesterday jailed for four months for possessing marijuana.

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Capacity building for Sanitation project

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The Samoa Tourism Authority (S.T.A) and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (M.N.R.E) conducted an important training at the S.T.A Fale yesterday.

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Lawyer twist in ex-M.P. appeal

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An appeal to quash a conviction against the former Associate Minister of Trade, Muagututagata Peter Ah Him, took an unexpected twist yesterday.

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Child Labour Forum told of begging, scavenging, stealing

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Some of the worst forms of child labour are found in the Pacific. And these include begging, scavenging, selling drugs and children being involved in commercial sex work.

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Policy Advisor for exports body

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The Samoa Association of Manufacturers and Exporters Association (S.A.M.E) has a new Policy Advisor.

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Vaiala B.B.E. victorious in Pago

The first blood of the American Samoa Flag Day sports competitions has been drawn by a team from Upolu. Now all we need is for Don Bosco to win the Flag Day Fautasi race this weekend.

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Feiloa’i atu i a Ricky Tevaga

O le tu’ufa’aitiitia ai o le mamafa o Ricky Tevaga ua avea ai nei o ia ma se tasi o ali’i ua toe faafouina lona tagata atoa.

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Protecting the vulnerable

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Well there you go. If anybody on these shores was not sure if the growing number of young people hawking goods on the streets of Apia could be referred to as child labour, doubt no more.

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Japan will not give in to terrorism

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A video purporting to show that Mr. Kenji Goto was murdered was uploaded on line, following Mr. Ha...

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The burden of ideals and the search for h

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The beauty of this life is so forlorn. Faith dangles her feet in the dreamy skies we paint, wher...

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Letters to Editor

Change your tone

Re: Cut out the excuses, P.M tells Sevens Re: Samoa Observer article in Wednesday 18th February 2015 edition titled Leone Bridge still not ...


It’s all about the land

Dear Editor, Why would someone with a pocketful of cash want to invest in Samoa just to get ...


Bonnie and Clyde, alright!

Dear Editor, Re: Bonnie and Clyde The dual are Bonnie and Clyde alright; without the gun ...