No one doubts Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi’s incredible sense of ingenuity. Indeed, it seems as if his mind is everywhere at the same time so that you just cannot catch it, no matter how hard you’d try.
Dear Editor Re: Inspired by his father’s stories Malo Faumui le tauata’i ma le saili malo! It is always good to see the desire of many to share the cultural knowledge and privilege they have been exposed for the betterment of current and future generations! May God bless you in all your future endeavours!
Dear Editor Re: Yes, L.D.S “is” in the sense of a Christian Church “Rebuke a wise man and he will love you, Rebuke a fool and he will hate you...”
Dear Editor Re: It ís stupid, insulting Mr. Commissioner you are doing a great job over there in Samoa, just keep your head up, you will get criticized a lot of times while you’re there because you are doing something great over there, bringing good changes into the Samoa Police Force.
Sue Langford - Australian High Commissioner
Today, 25 April 2017, marks 102 years since the landing of thousands of Australian and New Zealand troops on the shores of Gallipoli and the birth of the term ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps).
Eyes closed Head on my pillow Mind racing
When thunder rumbles over his bed he doesn’t move. Does he hear it?
ALL PUBLICITY IS GOOD PUBLICITY It was wonderful to see instant and very positive feedback to the ‘Clash of the Colours’ promotion of the Blues-Reds rugby game on the evening of June 2 at Apia Park.
The righteous thing The Ministry of Revenue is not the most popular of government Ministries right now. That’s for sure.
Make it relevant, P.M. Once again, the P.M. managed to deflect from his Government’s shortcomings and deliver a ridiculously rant.
Fetalai Tuilulu’u and Aruna Lolani asked the people on the street whether they thought their kids should be taught in Samoan, English or both languages Here are their thoughts:
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