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The Chairman of the Public Service Commission (P.S.C.), Tuu'u Dr. Ieti Taulealo, has rejected claims that the Ministry of Education is short-staffed, and that teachers of retirement age need to be kept on.
Samoa’s economy is predicted to grow by three per cent this year mainly through the construction industry.
The combined Samoa and American Samoa Business Directory for 2014 was launched in Apia yesterday.
Fauena Susana Laulu has been appointed Chief Executive Officer for the Development Bank of Samoa for the next three years.
The young people of Samoa will have their voices heard at this year’s Small Island’s Developing States (S.I.DS) conference through a Youth Network launched yesterday.
A partnership with New Zealand Police, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and New Zealand Rugby has received the New Zealand Rugby Players’ Association, Off Field Achievement Award for 2013.
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