Nadja McKellow has ticked Samoa as one of the best places to visit for romance. She is in Samoa with her husband to celebrate their honeymoon and according to her; it has been a magical experience.
There’s something about the ocean that captivates Shirley Clarke. In Christchurch, New Zealand, she lives close to the ocean. Waking up to the cool sea breeze and sound of the waves crashing onto the seashore is basically the start of her day.
The Prosecution in the hearing of three former employees of Coin Save have made an application in Court to withdraw two charges the trio had pleaded not guilty to.
The clean up at Sheraton Samoa Aggie Grey’s Hotel and Bungalows is making good progress and if all goes well, the iconic hotel could be back in business in July this year.
The rugby community in Samoa and New Zealand is mourning the loss of former Manu Samoa and All Black forward, Tiumalumanaia Dylan Mika. Described as a “warm, wonderful” and a “gentle giant” by families and friends, Tiumalu collapsed and died from a “suspected heart attack” at his home in Auckland, New Zealand, yesterday.
About 20 elders of the Luatuanu’u Village Council headed to the Prime Minister’s Office yesterday to seek forgiveness. They were eagerly waiting for the Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Dr. Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, only to be told half an hour later that he had a busy schedule.
The Member of Parliament for Anoama’a West, Fonotoe Lauofo Meredith, yesterday apologised in Parliament on behalf of the Luatuanu’u village. The apology follows an incident where young men from Luatuanu’u blocked the road, threw rocks at passing vehicles and attacked Police officers who had been called to end the roadblock.
The Village Councils of Falefa, Lufilufi and Luatuanu’u, met yesterday to reconcile and reassure the Police Commissioner, Fuaiavailili Egon Keil, that there would be no more fights. Falefa Village Mayor, Fanualelei Purcell told the Samoa Observer that it’s not easy to reconcile when such a situation arises.
Former Minister of Works, Transport and Infrastructure, Faumuina Tiatia Liuga, has rejected claims the Government lost millions during the last South Pacific Games hosted by Samoa. Faumuina issued the denial yesterday when Member of Parliament, Olo Fiti Va’ai, called on the Government to screw the computers to the tables so that critical financial information about the Pacific Games next year, do not disappear.
Manu Taefu has one wish this Easter. She dreams of a water tank – something that will make life much easier for her. She’s lived in Tanumapua for 14 years and there has been no steady water supply.
A father of five is in need of proper shelter. Meaalofa Segi of Tanumapua has lived in a shack for nine years. This, he said, is a challenge. Speaking to the Village Voice team, the unemployed father states their house leaks heavily when it rains.
Ray Lesa has a lot on his plate. On a daily basis, he is without steady electricity and water supply, with only a pit toilet and a small shack as shelter. Currently, he is sourcing electricity from his neighbour’s house.
The Samoa Airport Authority has taken a step closer to reach its goals of meeting international airport standards with regards to emergency services. It happened last week when the Samoa Airport Authority opened their Training and Emergency Operation centre and their new Mechanical Workshop at Faleolo.
The School of Medicine of the National University of Samoa received an in kind donation this week from the Rotary Club of Apia. The donation is part of a community project by the Rotary Australia World Community Services (R.A.W.C.S.) in Northern Australia.
Local sports officials have completed Phase one of the accreditation process for Doping control Officers, as they gear up for the Pacific Games next year.
More than 20 participants from various government agencies and civil society organisations participated in the Universal Treatment Curricular Training for courses three and five of the Colombo Plan Drug Advisory Programme.
Think a minute…Harlan was only 5 years old when his father died. When Harlan was just 14 he quit school and started working on farms. At 16, he lied about his age and joined the American army.
If you concern yourself with backing away from or avoiding repeated mistakes, you are not likely to find yourself “backing –up” into achievement or success. It has been traditional to believe that the avoidance of mistakes will result in progress.
THE BEST A big fa’amalo to the skilled and courageous E.P.C. staff who braved the winds and rain to restore power from broken and dangerous power lines on Cross Island Road on Wednesday night in pitch darkness.
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