The Asian Development Bank (A.D.B) is in a position to do a lot more to help Samoa with the recent set up of its extended mission housed at the Central Bank Building.
A paramount chief of Falelatai, Misa Anae Pita, banned last week over the ongoing stigmata saga – and other issues – has declined to respond to claims made the Mayor of Matautu, Misa Nanai Mulifusi Taulia.
The Director General of the Ministry of Health, Leausa Dr. Take Naseri, has clarified the government’s new process of sending patients who cannot be treated in Samoa to India.
The Supreme Court has dismissed as unsustainable three out of time petitions that the Court registry had accepted for filing against the registration of the Gatoaitele title bestowed on Savea Sano Malifa of Afega on 21 June 2014.
“Toa told me her vision was about the Chairman of the Church, Reverend Elder Ta’utiaga Senara. She told me that there were four knocks on Reverend Senara’s doors and she said it was God who was knocking the door” – Opapo Soana’i Oeti
The South Pacific Tourism Organization (S.P.T.O.) is putting the spotlight on ‘sustainable tourism’ at its premier trade event South Pacific Tourism Exchange (S.P.T.E.) in Sydney in May.
Another cruise ship from the United Kingdom, Queen Victoria, docked at the Matautu wharf yesterday, bringing in more than 2,000 visitors from different parts of the world.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi’s government advanced its renewable energy plans yesterday as it moves to push for cheaper electricity.
Think a minute…Mr. Louis Joline was awarded one of America’s “Fittest Over 50.” At the age of 65, He had completed 61 marathon races.
Every day, social media, the news and television bombard us with both facts and fiction on different events happening worldwide.
JUST CURIOUS A friend of BTL was looking through the coaching staff for the Samoa A team that’s in Fiji right now.
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