The green light has been given for the Samoa Solidarity International (S.S.I.) protest march scheduled this Saturday. Senior Lawyer and member of the S.S.I., Unasa Iuni Sapolu, confirmed to the Sunday Samoan that the Ministry of Police has granted the permit.
Polynesian Airlines' debt that nearly “bankrupted” the government has been paid off. That’s the response from Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, to questions from the Sunday Samoan. Asked about the status of old Polynesian Airlines debt, he said: “It has been paid off. There is nothing (left).”
A concerned member of the public shared a photograph of two men sleeping in a Samoa Water Authority (S.W.A.) pick up truck during the early hours of yesterday. The member of the public, who asked for his name to be withheld to protect him from repercussions, said he came across the black double cab Toyota Hilux at 4.45am.
Think a minute…Did you have to compete with someone else to get the girl or guy you wanted? Whether we like it or not, competition is part of life.
This article deals exclusively with the food uses of the breadfruit then and now. THEN. Back in the early Polynesian times, when the breadfruit reached these islands they used just about everything needed to survive.
LEARNING THE AIRLINES LINGO Heard the term “close in bookings”? Chances are, you are one of the many Samoans who fall into that category used by airlines to describe your booking when you travel.
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