The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme’s (S.P.R.E.P.) has launched their new online decision support tools for climate change during the I.M.P.A.C.T. Regional Workshop at Vailima.
Mr Solomona, a pastor, is the head of One Touch Ministries, an organisation that runs boot camps across Samoa to help people get into exercise, as well as education programmes to preach healthy eating in schools and workplaces.
Informal Gardeners Group (I.G.G.) will carry out its third cultural and learning exchange programme in Samoa. Supported by Samoa’s Ambassador to Japan, Fa’alavaau Perina Sila-Tualaulelei, the group is once again engaging the National University of Samoa’s (N.U.S.) Oloamanu Centre for Professional Development and Continuing Education.
A lawyer who was recently admitted to the bar in Samoa has credited his parents for pushing him to succeed. Sauaga, 25, of Vaiusu and Fagafau of Savai’i, was the sole male lawyer to be admitted to the bar recently before His Honour, Chief Justice Patu Tiavasu’e Falefatu Sapolu.
A 76-year-old man has been recognised for being the oldest advocate of the Nofotane Project. Faumuina Tauatamaniulaita Tuaaitoa Aviata was among the 20 star earners honoured during the closing ceremony of the Nofotane Project in front of the government building on Friday.
Electric Power Corporation (E.P.C.) Chief Executive Officer, Tologata Tile Tuimalealiifano has cleared the air on why some passengers of Samoa Airways were locked out at the Faleolo International airport terminal. Tologata said the container truck that ran into the concrete power pole at Tuanaimato caused a power outage within the Siusega and Vaitele vicinities last week Wednesday, knocking out the power supply in the western side, including the airport.
Elaine Manulelia has asked parents in Samoa to cherish and value their children. She is the mother of 17-year-old Orlando Paulo Manulelia, who was killed in a recent car crash at Saleufi. Fighting back tears after farewelling her son at the Lepea Catholic Parish on Saturday, Elaine urged parents to take action and value every moment with their children.
Tausisi Tuilimu of Alafua has cashed in on a promotion connected with the sale of TCL air-conditioning units. Island Rock, TCL Company in partnership with Farmer Joe are running a promotion where any customer purchasing a TCL air conditioning unit will get a $100 shopping voucher to spend at any Farmer Joe around Samoa.
A garden at Moamoa Fou is becoming the new classroom for learning the old ways of gardening and caught the eye of an international culinary guru. The garden and the property that it sits in is always abuzz with guests staying at their accommodation, or primary school children and local growers taking tours, through a large lifestyle block and gardens.
For the first time in more than twenty years, green bananas from Samoa will return to retail and supermarket shelves in New Zealand by the end of the year.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Dr. Sa’ilele Malielegaoi has hailed the inaugural National Forum for Women in Agriculture, Floriculture and Agri-Business as a step in the right direction.
More than 200 women attended the inaugural forum for Samoa’s women farmers, flower growers and agri-business entrepreneurs on Thursday and Friday this week.
Samoa and China have signed the agreements for the construction of the China-Samoa Friendship Park and the Arts and Culture Centre. The signing took place at the Office of the Prime Minister on Friday.
Samoa’s geospatial and vehicle tracking company Skyeye Ltd has expanded its presence to the Kingdom of Tonga. Skyeye Tonga is headed by managing director Kisione Tupou with the support of two local staff when it opened its doors.
The Journalist Association of Western Samoa (J.A.W.S.) has commissioned the Samoa Media Code of Practise booklet. The pocket-size guidelines will be distributed to all the media outlets and the National University of Samoa for their use.
To mark the 50th anniversary of Special Olympics International, Special Olympics Samoa (S.O.S.) painted the iconic Town Clock in the heart of Apia red. Established in 1968, S.O.S. Board Chairman, Leta’a Maiava Daniel Devoe said this is a milestone achievement for Special Olympics because it recognises its achievements over the past five decades.
The hunt for the winner of the Bluesky Ford Ranger is finally over - Lisa Keil of Moto’otua has won the vehicle. The texting competition was open to Bluesky customers, who were invited to text the word “MANU” and drive home in a brand new Ford Ranger on the day of the Super Nine Finals.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi has downplayed concerns that the use of “reasonable force” in schools is a step backward for Samoa. During his weekly program with the media, the Prime Minister said the amendments introduced in the last Parliament session to allow the use of reasonable force in schools was in response to requests from the public.
Think a minute…A young woman named Cherie was telling about her childhood. Both her parents worked outside their home from the time she was a little girl. Her mother was an ambitious actress and only interested in her own career, so she spent very little time with her kids.
It’s great for travellers like yours truly to compare airfares on line to find that Samoa Airways offers the cheapest fare for the Auckland to Apia route.
Go Samoa Airways Well Samoa Airways is getting some good press this week. Take this one from the only Cindy of Samoa who posted on Facebook about her wonderful experience flying our national carrier.
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