The Electric Power Corporation (E.P.C) has projected a drop in electricity prices within the next few years.
The new H.J.Keil Mini Mart at Malifa will open its doors to the public tomorrow. It follows a special service to bless the complex held during the weekend.
Small local businesses are dying a slow death.
And one businesswoman, Moe Lei Sam, cannot stay silent about it any longer.
Opposing views as to where electoral boundaries should be drawn are at the heart of a dispute between a sitting M.P. at Faleata West and two matai from the same constituency.
A breakthrough agreement between the Office of the Attorney General and the Audit Office is part of the government’s efforts to eliminate complex cases of fraud and corruption.
A government body that has been dissolved due to losses that accumulated over the years had a notorious reputation for abusing government property.
A drop in the tariffs by the Electric Power Corporation (E.P.C.) over the next three years is to be decided by the Office of the Regulator (O.O.T.R) next month.
There is no feeling more rewarding than being presented with your qualification after years of studying and countless long nights to make sure the assignments are completed.
Three police officers appeared in the District Court before Judge Mata Tuatagaloa yesterday.
A 28 year old man charged with negligent
driving causing injury, was handed a suspended
sentence in the District Court for the offence.
Fa’aleaga Su’a from Aleipata appeared before
His Honour, Vaepule Alo Vaemoa Va’ai last week.
Spoon feeding voters by taking them to and from the Electoral Office and then to the voting booths is shameful, says the Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi.
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