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Historical moment remembered

A commemoration to mark the centenary of the landing of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force in Samoa...

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New Zealand honours request from Tuilaepa

New Zealand has honoured a request for vehicles from Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, ...

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Water sector benefits from $90million

The Samoa water sector has benefited to the tune of $90,000,000 over the past four years thanks to t...

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A.C.C., Ag. Store financially sound

“The (Agricultural Store) Corporation’s fi nancial performance has improved tremendously achieving a...

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Chief Auditor flags money issues at Ports Authority

“There was no documented policy to regulate payments made from the petty cash and the limit of payme...

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Samoans Abroad

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Young Samoan tastes success

“This is something we are passionate about, to prove that the low decile number our school has is on...

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Police seek greater Pacific presence

Samoans and young Pacific Islanders in New Zealand with a penchant for crime-fighting TV shows are...

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Legal

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Charge against man who the burnt national fl ag withdrawn

A schizophrenic man who burnt the national flag was discharged in the District Court on Wednesday.

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Bail denied, man pleads not guilty

A fugitive found in the United States of America and sent back to Samoa, accused of raping four stud...

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Samoan soprano has done it again

Winning always feels good,'' 24-year-old Isabella Moore

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Report highlights payroll headaches

The continued use of an essentially defunct payroll system has caused headaches for the largest public sector employer in Samoa.

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P.M. honoured in New York

P.M. Tuilaepa honoured in event to recognise governments, organisations and individuals who have made significant contributions to advancing sustainable development

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Let’s not forget them – Police

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Members of the Police Force made a rare appearance in their white uniform on a weekday yesterday to honour the memory of their fallen comrades.

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Escaped convict continues to evade the Police

The Police need your help to find an escaped convict.

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Happy gathering for the Robertsons

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The descendants of the late Reverend John Sione Robertson and Auafa Robertson are gathering in Apia this week for their family reunion.

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Tuilaepa leads call for global action

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“That way, S.I.D.S issues are at the forefront of the UN agenda, they remain topical and relevant, and are considered, debated and actioned daily, weekly or monthly and not conveniently set aside to be discussed only when we have another S.I.D.S Conference ten years from now”

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Help our girls G.L.O.W.

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With the conference just over a month away, G.L.O.W still require’s some assistance with transport for the participants, main meals for the two days and 40 sleeping mats

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Sport

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Acting Prime Minister calls for best from teams

“To those of you have been selected, take the opportunity with both hands and bring home the glory our people expect from you,” he said. “Do the best you can. Be strong and go hard.”

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Aiono and Lui back in

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The management of the Manu Samoa Sevens team yesterday named its team for the Oceania Sevens and the first leg of the IRB Sevens in Australia.

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St Mary’s sport club take the shield

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“This display of sportsmanship and comraderie has been evident during the women’s season and although the teams are at oppositions on court, once the final whistle blows it’s all smiles, handshakes and small talk again.”

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F.F.S. focuses on coaching education

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“This is the right time to bring coaches at a senior level together. The game is constantly evolving and we have to upgrade and follow the latest trends so it is our role to provide them with the tools to deliver effective training sessions”, states Toselli.

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Editorial

Daylight savings and electricity costs

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And so daylight savings has returned. Yesterday morning, we all had to remind ourselves to wake up an hour earlier to get to school, work or whatever appointment we had.

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A history of all that matters

With the centennial of the start of World War 1 and New Zealand’s involvement in it (first in Samoa,...

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What the Auditor said about payroll secur

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• Some 10 users were established in the system that did not require a password at all; • The majo...

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EDUCATION

THE THINGS WE DO

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Every day is an experience for us, the things we do take us on journeys of both mental and physica...

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Don’t lose sight of who you are

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As we go through our lives, and witness the changes that are wrought upon ourselves, our home, our...

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Observer Events

Talofa lava!

After watching several episodes of the “Worlds’ co...

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Savaia Marine Reserve “Building a better

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Nestled in the peaceful and serene Lefaga Bay is...

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Letters

Say that again, please Misa Nanai Ivara!

Dear Editor, I write regarding Misa Lupematasila Nanai Tofilau Faamanu Ivara’s letter titled “Su’a Sio’s cheap politics” published in your paper before the New Zealand election.

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Is this legal? Or is it?

Dear Editor, We have stayed at many resorts but during our visit to the wonderful Le Lagoto on Savai’i last week we saw something I have never experienced before from the neighbouring Resort.

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You were too kind

Dear Editor, Why does the I.R.B call this a World Cup when Pacific Nations and other countries are blocked from fielding players not being used by other teams in the World Cup?

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I disagree about those jobs

Dear Editor, I write in reference to Orlando Huaman’s articles about employment. I disagree because I think that it is not true that there are jobs for everyone.

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