The main part of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa’s annual conference started yesterday. In the morning at Malua, the Chairman of the Church, Reverend Elder Tautiaga Senara, opened the meeting.
Digicel launched its 10-week campaign, ‘Top Up & Win’ on 1st May, of which over 700 plus Digicel prepaid customers have the chance to win daily and weekly prizes.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi is scheduled to be the guest speaker at the launch of the Manu Samoa Old Boys Association (M.S.O.B.A) in Auckland on 15 June 2017.
The Vice Minister is leading a delegation from China in the country to meet with a host of government officials – including Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi – to discuss the relationship between the two nations.
The $1million lawsuit against the former Minister of Police, Sala Fata Pinati, Commissioner of Police, Fuiavailili Egon Keil and the Ministry of Police is set for a full hearing.
The Congregational Christian Church of Samoa plans to stop the waste of money on the E.F.K.S TV. There is a proposed plan to sell the network. Figures obtained by the Samoa Observer shows that since the TV Network opened, the church has made a loss of up to $3.6million in its operation.
One of the main responsibilities for any village chief is to guide people. When you see something that’s a risk for the people’s lives, you do something about it.
Saturday marked the end of Rugby Academy of Samoa’s (R.A.S) four-week tag tournament for 5-15 year olds. A full two hours of fun in the sun saw families and friends playing together on the R.A.S rugby field in Lepea as well as children enjoying the delights of bouncy castles and other fun activities.
Bank South Pacific (B.S.P) Samoa has confirmed its support as a Gold sponsor to Samoa Medical Association’s (S.M.A) 70th Anniversary and Scientific Seminar to be held from the 26th May to 31st May 2017.
The government has received a pass mark from the International Monetary Fund (I.M.F) about the economy. It follows the latest review of Samoa’s economy by the I.M.F’s Executive Board. The review was carried out at the beginning of the month by a delegation from I.M.F.
Think a minute…This is a true story about a boy who dreamed of sailing around the world living a life of adventure on the sea.
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