Dear Editor, Re: The government, truth and sex workers I will explain my rational. The business class/private owners of industry create the working class not the middleclass.
Dear Editor, Re: Unregistered voter convicted and fined What about the PM’s village? Do voters in the PM’s village still have to register even though the PM stands alone in his district unopposed and already guaranteed the winner?
Re: General Secretary tells Samoa Observer to go away The church is now acting like the government. The church should promote inclusive of all media personnel. They may disagree with the stories that were written, but they are verifiable and accurate.
Re: Samoa should back Tahiti for Games Jeffery, where do you see Samoa benefitting from lending their support to Tahiti? You obviously don’t have a slightest clue of what you are talking about.
Dear Editor, When our three-year contract as Core Trainers for M.E.S.C’s New Bilingual Curriculum for primary schools ran out towards the end of 2013, we were directed to prepare reports on how each subject had progressed.
Dear Editor, Re: Proceed with caution and the Pacific Games I doff my hat to Mr. Akilsi Pohiva of the Government of Tonga. There is absolutely no embarrassment in the having the “guts” to do what is right.
Dear Editor, Re: Polynesian Airlines When Polynesian Airlines was flying internationally last time, it followed like a puppy dog air fares set by Air New Zealand. While that was not collusion, it was not competition either.
Dear Editor, There’s a saying which goes that no matter how educated, talented, rich or cool you believe you are how you treat people ultimately tells all.
Dear Editor, Whilst it is pretty poor treatment for a journalist doing her job, the E.F.K.S could probably feel justifiable grievance about how every year at Malua fono time, the Samoa Observer seems to target the E.F.K.S in editorials and other coverage with the clear insinuation that the Malua conference is nothing but a grand waste of money at the expense of the so-called struggling masses of its membership.
Dear Editor, So it’s opened. The E.F.K.S’s $17million building. This is an astronomical cost for a building with a 200 capacity. It appears the building is less than 10K sqm.
Dear Editor, Re: Govt drops Virgin My reading of this article is that we, the travelling public, have the choice between the government not receiving the dividend payments or the passengers continuing to have access to cheaper fares.
Dear Editor, Re: Govt. drops Virgin It’s kinda worrying to see that the Government is looking at restarting Poly’s international operation. I hope they’ve done their homework and hired the right people for the top positions.
Dear Editor, Re: Minister Afamasaga criticises media What a load of bull crap from the minister to blame the media for its failure to lodge a bid for a maintenance vessel to offload cables at the wharf.
Dear Editor, Thank you for your editorial titled “We need to proceed with caution.” I think Samoa gains more by throwing our support behind Tahiti to host it in 2019.
Dear Editor, Re: Sports chief keen on 2019 Pacific Games I think Samoa should support Tahiti to bid for the 2019 games in light of Tonga’s pullout. I’ve changed my mind on this subject.
Dear Editor, Re: Domestic violence increase scary In the earliest conspiracy of the Church against women, or priestesses of the Great Goddess, was that it devised the concept of Original Sin, as developed by Augustine.
Bad habits are sure hard to break. And when it comes to the ugly issue of domestic violence, while much has been said, written and done in an effort to eradicate it completely, the truth is that we have a long, long way to go.
The growing number of alcohol-related deaths is alarming. Hardly a month goes by without several incidents where precious lives are wasted due to alcohol abuse and drinking sessions gone wrong. What can we as a country do to stop these unnecessary deaths? What is your solution? Ilia L. Likou asked in today’s Street Talk and this is what people said:
Think a minute…A successful man said: “Success is mostly about failing.” What we don’t know about the world’s most successful people is the many times they failed before they finally succeeded. Successful people know how to keep going and learning from their failures until they finally reach their goal.
GREGOR PAUL FAN CLUB Don’t you just love the New Zealand Herald rugby writer, Gregor Paul?
Guttorm stooped down and took the wild flower gently between his thumb and forefinger taking care not to bruise it.
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