The humble breadfruit flower is the key ingredient in a new line of beauty products by 22-year-old Kenna Whitnell, here in Samoa to meet her suppliers for the first time.
Local financial services provider Federal Pacific Group has consolidated its operations in Savai’i by getting its insurance, finance and money transfer services under one roof.
Reverend Dr. Upolu Luma Vaai from Satupa’itea, Sataua, Vaisala, Fogasavaii in Savai’i and Sa’anapu in Upolu, has been appointed the head of the Pacific Theological College (P.T.C.).
The popular reality television show Survivors is back in Samoa. Though, this time it is the South African installment of the international franchise, and is hosted by South African actor and businessman, Nico Panagio.
The Back to School joint promotion by SSAB, Digicel and Farmer Joes ended ended on a high note yesterday with a prize giving ceremony hosted by Farmer Joes at Vaitele.
The Associate Minister of Works Transport and Infrastructure, Seiuli Ueligitone Seuli, has refuted reports that work at the proposed Ti’avea airport is on halt.
Departing Chinese Ambassador to Samoa, Wang Xuefeng, has praised the Samoa Observer newspaper for building people-to-people relationships. Speaking as a supporter of literary excellence, which is promoted through the Samoa Observer Tusitala Short Story Competition, he said the partnership was important in promoting and exchanging information and building the relationship between Samoa and China.
The Land Transport Authority has instructed the contractor fixing the Malie access road to remove material that it says is non-compliant with their guidelines. This was confirmed by, LTA Chief Executive Officer, Galumalemana Ta'atialeoitiiti Tutuvanu-Schwalger in response to questions from the Sunday Samoan.
The average annual Government budget is $890 million tala of which $645 million tala was utilised to run Government for the past three years. This is according to the CEO of the Ministry of Finance, Leasiosio Oscar Malielegaoi, who was responding to questions sent to him by the Sunday Samoan on the cost of operating Government.
National Council of Churches members and the Congregational Christian Church (CCCS) of Samoa chairman Reverend Elder Tautiaga Senara met with Prime Minister Tuilaepa Dr Sailele Malielegaoi recently to discuss the Government’s controversial tax policy targeting church ministers.
The economy of Samoa cannot function without remittances or money sent by Samoans living abroad. So says economist Peniamina Muliaina, who is also a lecturer at the Faculty of Business and Entrepreneurship, at the National University of Samoa.
Let me begin by saying, this is a very special day for us all, here the Samoa Observer. It is special, since today, we are celebrating history being made, right here at the Samoa Observer, premises.
The array of talent on display during the recent Vailima International Marist Sevens tournament has impressed tourists Revaz Ghlighvashvili, Alexander Didbaridze and Llyr Rowlands.
A Parliamentary Committee has recommended the Legislative Assembly approve the Office of the Ombudsman’s Report on the National Inquiry into Family Violence in Samoa.
The National Kidney Foundation of Samoa (NKFS) will benefit from an agreement between the Government of Samoa and the Apollo Group from India.
Think a minute…During a football game of Augsburg University in the U.S., Augsburg was losing. Then late in the game, defensive tackle David Stevens was put in to play and sparked a comeback in his Augsburg teammates.
Who would think less of stupidity given the fiasco of the overtly expressive on the internet being held against their will though it was their strong will that put them there?
A prominent member of the community had his house broken into where the thief ransacked it looking for valuables to take.
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