Money talks. In this day and age, you can’t go far without money. It’s something Paulo Sio, 46 years of age, from the village of Faleula knows very well about.
Uale Nielsen, from the village of Leulumoega, believes life in Samoa would be a whole lot better if the rising prices of food items matched the earnings of every day living.
There will always be naughty kids who skip school. But when the teachers themselves skip their duty to teach the young minds, where does that leave the children?
Meet Jessie and Jordan Haylock. Hailing from Christchurch, New Zealand, the couple, who are both teachers, are celebrating their honeymoon in Samoa.
Those who sow with tears will reap with songs of joy. Agagafa’afetai Rapha Peresipi knows what this feels like, having reaped the fruits of her hard work when she was announced the Dux of Vaimoso Primary School this week.
It is that time of the year again where parents are rewarded for their sacrifice as children bring home certificates, trophies or prizes for their academic achievements.
South Korea has committed $5 million in grant funding to improve the local election processes. This was confirmed by Prime Minister Tuilaepa Dr. Sa’ilele Malielegaoi this week.
A man who faced a manslaughter charge in relation to an incident involving his wife has been jailed for two years and 10 months. Isaako Taumaloto, 49, of Saoluafata, had faced one charge of manslaughter.
Serafi Ah Hao was the shining star at the 2017 A’ana No.1 College annual school prize giving this week. The Year 13 student scooped five best subject awards including the Dux award.
“E iloa le teine Samoa moni i lana tu, o lana savali atoa ma lana tautala.” You can tell in the dignified way she holds herself upright, the way she walks with grace and the eloquence of her speech that Papali’i Alexandra Iakopo is the manifestation of what a beautiful Samoan girl represents.
A story with the intriguing title, “An Elegant Tantrum” is the Overall Winner of the 2017 Samoa Observer Tusitala Short Story competition. The story was written by Wellington-based Samoan, Liana Roberts-Letiu.
The “discretion clause” under the Customs Act allowing the Ministry of Revenue to issue cash fines, should be removed from the statute. That is the opinion of Member of Parliament, Olo Fiti Vaai. He was responding to Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi’s decision to support the Ministry of Revenue’s decision not to take legal action against a company whose container was confiscated by Customs Officers in September 2017.
Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi was all smiles yesterday during the celebration of the Human Rights Protection Party’s 38th birthday at Sogi. Held at the party’s headquarters at Petesa, the Prime Minister was joined by the party’s faithful members and supporters as they gave thanks for another year.
A 24-year-old man from Sa’anapu has been found guilty of attempted murder. The incident occurred after the defendant returned from the historical first Super rugby match to be played in Samoa this year between the Blues and the Reds.
Think a minute…A man named Cliff Streigling told about an older man, Bud Abbot, who changed his life. This is Cliff’s story and testimony.
If you are unemployed, blame yourself. Nobody else. Almost. Let me explain. People say I need a job. Doesn’t anybody? Unfortunately, those who proclaim that way, and I don’t blame them, do not know, with all certainty, what kind of a job they want.
LEARNING THE AIRLINES LINGO Heard the term “close in bookings”? Chances are, you are one of the many Samoans who fall into that category used by airlines to describe your booking when you travel.
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