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Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi has wished Samoa a happy 2017.
He extended his best wishes during a national address for the new year.
Japanese company mystified by water 'cure' claim
Compliance Officer at Enagic, Joanne Badman has advised parents of the sick measles infected children to "listen to the doctors," while responding to questions form the Samoa Observer about a man who claims that Kangen water can cure measles, Filisi (Fritz) Alai'asa.
Businessman appeals guilty verdict
The owner of Treasure Garden restaurant, Chen Pao, is appealing the verdict against him in relation to a raid where 400 kgs of sea cucumbers were seized from his property.
Samoan tatau's enduring influence celebrated
For the next three days, tattoo artists from countries such as Italy, America, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii and Tahiti have gathered at the Taumeasina Island Resort for the Tatau festival, which has been said to include a march, lots of tattooing in one room, commemoration festivities, and concert.
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