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Samoa's first qualified paramedic graduates
A 33-year-old registered nurse, who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in paramedicine at the Victoria University in Australia, is Samoa’s first qualified paramedic.
P.M. defends matai sa'o limits
The Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Dr. Sailele Malielegaoi has assured that limitation of paramount chiefs (matai sa’o) will not apply to those who already hold such a position, and announced he will not let the opposition mislead the nation without a fight.
Youth unemployment doubles; dropout rates increase
A high dropout rate in secondary school remains a significant challenge despite Samoa now enjoying a higher than average attainment of education in the Pacific region, the Samoa Bureau of Statistics (S.B.S.) has reported.
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