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P.M calls for efforts to lessen burden

Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, has called on the business sector to repack herring boxes used by others for fa’alavelave ...

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Leader defiant

The leader of the Tautua Samoa Party, Palusalue Fa’apo II, stood his ground against the Speaker of Parliament, La’auli Leuatea ...

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Jonah Lomu dies, aged 40

All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu has passed away in Auckland today at the age of 40. Former All Blacks doctor ...

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American Samoa to review political status

Governor Lolo Matalasi Moliga says the American Samoa government is submitting a proposal to the US Department of Interior to ...

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Court issues interim suppression

The Supreme Court has granted an interim name suppression to protect the identity of a businesswoman accused in a matter ...

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'I am Paris. I love Paris'

France’s Honorary Consul in Samoa, Vaimasenu’u Zita Martel, is heartbroken by the latest tragedy to have struck ...

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Cabinet appoints four new C.E.Os

The number of women heading government bodies in Samoa is set to increase with two more women set to head ...

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Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, has expressed Samoa’s deepest condolences to the people of France following the deadly attacks in ...

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Think a Minute!

Don’t defeat yourself

Think a minute… Recent studies show that only 1 out of 3 people have healthy self-confidence. Th...

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Parents deny daughter’s affair

The parents of Susan Caroline Stowers have repeatedly denied their daughter’s involvement in a sexual relationship with a church Minister.

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Su’a gets the role

The E.F.K.S Television Network has a new General Manager. He is 55-year-old, Su’a Henry Fruean.

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Bank approves $58million for Samoa

The Asian Development Bank (A.D.B) has approved a US$25 million grant (T$58m) for a submarine cable project in Samoa.

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Court delivers verdict

A self confessed missionary to Samoa has been found guilty of six charges of theft. Grant Newman Holland, 72, appeared in the Supreme Court yesterday to hear the decision of his trial, held earlier this month.

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Motivational speech inspires

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LEADING WOMEN: Ane Moananu, C.E.O of Samoa Chamber of Commerce, inspirational speaker, Dr. Avis Jones-DeWeever, Vaimasenu’u Zita Martel, Consul of France to Samoa and Angelina Wilkinson

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Girl tells about affair with Church Minister

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A key witness in a hearing involving the President of Samoa Victims Support Group (S.V.S.G), Siliniu Lina Chang, and three others, accused of defeating the cause of justice, has admitted to an affair (fa’anunumi) with a church Minister.

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Teacher's council established

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A body overlooking the work of teachers will soon be established after the Teachers Bill 2015 was passed in Parliament last week.

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Prisoner gets more jail time

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A prisoner has had six months added onto his sentence, after being found guilty of receiving stolen goods.

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Praying for a miracle

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Maria Pisikoa’s graduation from the Tesese Institute last week was a truly special day.

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A leap forward for Samoa

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Proposed plans for diversifying the country’s energy supply, to include energy produced from biomass gasification, are now a step closer to becoming reality.

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Court grants Leota’s return to Solosolo

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The Land and Titles Court has ruled in favour of a former Member of Parliament, Leota Leulua’iali’i Ituau Ale, allowing him to return to Solosolo village after being banished for six years.

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Deputy Principal jailed

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The former Deputy Principal of Aana Alofi No. 1 Secondary School, Ieti Paleaae, has been jailed for 10 months for assaulting two students, in years 9 and 10.

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One more chance for Rio

The Manu Samoa Sevens have kept their hopes of qualifying for the Olympics alive with a 54-0 thrashing of Papua New Guinea in Auckland on Sunday.

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Parker’s Samoa opponent named

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Lupesoliai Joseph Parker’s opponent for his fight in Samoa on 23 January 2016 has been confirmed. He is rugged American southpaw, Jason Bergman.

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Weights donated

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Weightlifting is being reintroduced to Avele College, starting with the donation of a set of weights worth USD $2,000 by the Samoa Weightlifting Federation.

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Toe maua le isi pine-’auro fou a Sonny Bill Williams

O ananafi na toe taua’aoina atu ai ia Sonny Bill Williams o le ‘Olopeleki, se fa’ailoga (pine-‘auro) o le manumalo i le Ipu a le Lalolagi, ina ua nofo fo’ai atu lana pine sa iai muamua, i se tamaititi sa matamata ma tapua’ia le ta’aloga mulimuli lea na manumalo ai ia ‘Ausetalia.

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It is simply unacceptable

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Last Friday, the Supreme Court jailed a former Deputy Principal for assaulting two students. The decision delivered by Justice Mata Keli Tuatagaloa will no doubt send a strong warning to teachers, students and members of the public about an issue, to which we often turn a blind eye.

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Women, girls deserve a world free of violence

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Across the world, violence against women and girls remains one of the most serious—and the most to...

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Make abortion legal, safe and rare

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Some time ago, a local victim support centre, gave refuge to a pregnant twelve year old girl who...

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Letters to Editor

Chaos about money and greed

Dear Editor, The attacks in Paris Friday last are to say the least, appalling! However I would like to cast a different light on what is going on in this arena. Firstly, whilst the Crusades some one thousand years ago against defenceless citizens, were at best just plain “butchery” instigated by religious ...


P.M. Tuilaepa’s wisdom

Dear Editor, I read with much astonishment a story in your Sunday Samoan where our Prime Minister in all his wisdom and experience in boxing has purportedly called for the resignation of the Samoa Boxing Association’s officials and ...


To be inspiring, inspire

Dear Editor, I write to respond to letter dated 9th October, 2015, by Disappointed ex-teacher, entitled School Operation services still suck. I wish to thank you first for printing this letter as it helps to expand on a matter that would have taken much money to advertise, “the true purpose of ...