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No military intentions for Vaiusu wharf: Minister
The proposed Vaiusu wharf will become Government-owned infrastructure and is not a military wharf for the Chinese Government, says the Minister of Works Transport and Infrastructure, Papalii Niko Lee Hang.
Vaccines to arrive March, April
Samoa will be getting either the Pfizer/BioNTech or Oxford University AstraZeneca vaccine, the Director-General of Health has said this week, and whichever comes first will be used first.
Grieving mother laments postmortem delay
A grieving mother who has waited for a year to bury her deceased 16-year-old son has spoken of her heartache, as uncertainty over the availability of a forensic pathologist to do postmortem on bodies at the national hospital’s mortuary continues.
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