The Secretary to Cabinet, Agafili Shem Leo, has explained the decision to commission the painting of a Samoan version of the famous Leonardo Da Vinci masterpiece, called the "Last Supper", on the wall of the Cabinet room.
The Church College Pesega has secured the Invitational School Sevens Series title, defeating Leifiifi College, 12 -10, at the Apia Park Stadium on Saturday.
OPINION: With the exception of a few, it’s undeniable that what we see today in Samoa is alarmingly unhealthy. And we are not just talking about Parliamentarians, the public service or the Government. We see it everywhere, including churches, villages, schools and families.
STREET TALK: While former Deputy Prime Minister, Fiame Naomi Mata’afa, has chosen to remain as an independent Member of Parliament for now, do people believe she will eventually join another party? And if she does, which one? Talaia Mika asked in today’s Street Talk and this is what some members of the public said:
Sir Harold Evans, a man who will be remembered as perhaps the greatest newspaper editor of the 20th Century, has died at the age of 92.
Businesses across the country are registering a surge of interest and orders for clothing and food ahead more than a fortnight ahead of White Sunday.
The Office of the Regulator will make a decision on allegations that a free wifi programme being rolled out in schools is "illegal" and determine whether it went through proper processes. This was confirmed by the Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Afamasaga Rico Tupa'i.