To the Honorable and Distinguished Prime Minister Tuila’epa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi’s, who is a merciful man of integrity and loved and honored by us all. We acknowledge you for all what you have done for Samoa and the growth and redevelopment for a greater Samoa.
Member of Parliament, Olo Fiti Vaai, has criticised the delivery of health services in Samoa describing it as extremely poor. He said despite the millions of dollars being injected into the National Health Services, members of the public continue to face many challenges at the hospital.
A man has been charged with allegedly kidnapping a two-year-old boy from his home. The charge is part of a bizarre story involving a stolen government vehicle and a relationship between a man and his wife gone sour.
The Minister of Revenue, Tialavea Tionisio Hunt, has disputed the claim by Virgin Australia that the government owes $9.2 million tala in jet fuel excise rebates. “We only owe them $1.8million tala, not $9million,” he told the Sunday Samoan.
The Unit Trust of Samoa (U.T.O.S.) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Fiji company, Amalgamated Telecom Holdings (A.T.H.). Signed in Apia on Friday, the Chief Executive Officer of U.T.O.S., Sa’u Justina Sa’u said the M.O.U. is a step in the right direction for Samoa.
The Police are asking members of the public – especially parents – to take extra care to ensure their children are picked up from school. The call comes after a 14-year-old girl was picked up by a stranger who took her to a hotel and raped her there.
A two-car crash stalled traffic on both lanes in town on Friday night. Acting Assistant Commissioner, Sala’a Moananu Sale, confirmed the driver was under the influence of alcohol. “The driver is 58-years-old and he drove into a parked taxi, luckily no one was in the taxi,” he said.
Meet Charlie Eti. The 20-year-old hails from the village of Matautu Lefaga. When the Village Voice team caught up with him, he was selling taro. “I work hard to develop our plantation,” he told the Village Voice.
The Samoa Umbrella for Non-Governmental Organization (S.U.N.G.O.) delved into the challenging issues of today during a forum for the Civil Society this week.
Think a minute…”The reason some people are successful is that they put their plan and work together for a plan that truly works.” Yesterday we started a plan for success both in our job and career, as well as in our personal life, so today we will complete the course.
I welcome you all to our shores for the 20th Pacific Immigration Directors Conference.
GREGOR PAUL FAN CLUB Don’t you just love the New Zealand Herald rugby writer, Gregor Paul?
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