Samoa is among eight member country governments of The University of the South Pacific (U.S.P) who have signed the U.S.P Convention at its 84th Council meeting in Majuro, Republic of Marshall Islands last week.
He once idolised players like Tusi Pisi and Kahn Fotuali’i. Soon Samoan born Queensland Reds midfielder Henry Taefu will kit out in blue and run out to play with them in the Manu Samoa team.
They are beautiful on the outside and they are equally stunning at heart. And for the first time, eight former holders of the Miss Samoa crown are joining the reigning Miss Samoa to support a fundraising activity to help another former Miss Samoa and Miss South Pacific, Manamea Apelu-Schwalger, to fight cancer.
The Minister of Finance, Sili Epa Tuioti, has just tabled his second Budget for 2017/2018. With estimated revenues of $852.3million and total expenditures estimated at $934.2m, a Deficit $89.9m is forecasted.
The Minister of Finance, Sili Epa Tuioti, has revealed that his goal for the 2017-2018 budget is to consolidate what has been achieved over the past financial year.
The celebration of Samoa’s 55th Independence Day will be held in front of the government building on Thursday morning. It is the beginning of a two-day national holiday declared by the government for the nation to pay tribute to our forebears for the freedom we enjoy today.
There are people out there who are saying you have to work in order to have access to water and electricity, but maybe they should ask themselves about what it’s really like to have a home without water and electricity?
Assistant Director General and Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific, International Labour Organization (ILO), Ms. Tomoko Nishimoto arrived in Samoa yesterday and will be here until Tuesday.
The Quarter Final draw for the Faletalimalo Siva Afi Challenge took place last Tuesday evening at Ooh la la Ice-cream Bar Matautu Tai, during Siva Afi Entertainment’s fire knife and cultural show.
Think a minute…Did you know that you’re not one person, but three? The person you think you are, the person other people think you are, and the person you really are. One day a man was looking in a second-hand art shop.
If only Apia Harbour can tell her story of the last 150 years. We would be mesmerised with the drama and the dramatics of Samoan history played out in her waters. No one would move until she has finished telling her story.
GREGOR PAUL FAN CLUB Don’t you just love the New Zealand Herald rugby writer, Gregor Paul?
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