The Speaker of the House, La’aulialemalietoa Leuatea Polata'ivao, has issued a warrant to the Office of the Electoral Commission (O.E.C.) to begin preparations for the Sagaga Le Usoga by-election.

NEW BOARD: (From left standing) Eli-Kapu, Marie Bentin-Toalepaialii, To’oala Faleupolu, Vineta Nickel and Jason Annandale. (Sitting) Cecelia Keil, Fu’a Hazelman, Aiufi Kelekolio and Maryann Lameko-Va’ai.Following its Annual General Meeting last Saturday, SENESE Inclusive Support Services has elected an experienced and strong board, to steer the SENESE ship to the next Annual General meeting.

PRIME MINISTER: Tuilaepa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi.

The Regional Energy Efficiency Workshop being held in Apia this week is timely not just for the region but also for Samoa.

Loimata-o-Apaula river behind Marist Primary School, Mulivai. (inset) Chief Executive Officer of M.N.R.E, Suluimalo Amataga Penaia.

The Loimata o Apaula river from Lalovaea to Mulivai is not safe for now.

A father and son were sentenced by the Supreme Court yesterday for assaulting a villager. The pair were also guilty of intentionally damaging a television set and a banana patch.

Siaosi Tiava’asu’e, the father who was locked up with his three-yearold son in a Police cell, is a wanted man.

The month of March has gotten off to a great start for motorists and the people of Samoa.

Queen Victoria Cruise Ship.Samoa welcomed Queen Victoria yesterday.

The Cruise Ship docked at Apia Harbour in the morning before tourists disembarked, making a beeline to check out the monuments and historic sights in Samoa.

ENERGY TALKS: Robert Guild (second from right), A.D.B Director of Transport, Energy and Natural Resources of the Pacifi c department says the workshop in Apia this week is extremely important. Photo / Supplied.High-level officials from all over the world are gathering in Apia for a very important meeting starting at Hotel Tanoa Tusitala today.

Mahonri Schwalger.Conflict has arisen on the home front which has the potential to leave the game in Samoa in worse shape than it has ever been.

An exporter says Samoa needs the kind of investment that the government’s proposed Citizenship Investment Bill would usher in.

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