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Officer in Charge of Police Maritime and Nafanua II Suspended

The Officer in Charge of Police Maritime and the Nafanua II  Superintendent Taito Sefo Faafoi Hunt was suspended last Thursday. Deputy Police Commissioner, Auapa'au Logoitino...

Let the Peace of God Rule in Your Heart

Happy Tuesday Saints. In John 14:27 Jesus said "MY PEACE I LEAVE WITH YOU; MY PEACE I GIVE YOU. I DO NOT GIVE TO YOU...

A Tribute to a Greater Man Mr Ken Newton

Samoa Victim Support Group is saddened to learn of the peaceful passing of one of the greater men known to the Group as a...

This Month in History: 2015 First Woman Appointed Justice of the Supreme Court of...

August 2015:  Justice Niava Mata Keli Tuatagaaloa was appointed judge of the Supreme Court of Samoa. Justice Ida Malosi had been the first woman...

Lauga: Tatalaina Aloaia o le Teuila 2021

LAUGA FAAPITOA A LE AFIOGA I LE PALEMIA, FIAME NAOMI MATAAFA MO LE TATALAINA ALOAIA O LE FAAALIGA LONA 31 O LE TEUILA 2021. Aso...

Digicel Samoa Products Presentation and Prize Giving Draw at the SCCI August Members Meeting

On Monday, 23rd August 2021 Digicel Samoa hosted the Samoa Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) monthly Members Meeting at the Lava Hotel Conference Room,...

Growing Interest in Koko Farming amongst Youth

Koko farming has seen a resurgence amongst local youths thanks to continuous, targeted trainings for young farmers in the industry. Two workshops that were...

YOUTH4CLIMATE Debate Prepares Samoan Delegates for Milan Italy

The National University of Samoa (NUS) held a YOUTH4CLIMATE debate where students showcased their passion and in-depth knowledge on the impacts of climate change.  The...

31 August 1997 : Princess Diana dies in a Car Crash

Shortly after midnight on August 31, 1997, Diana, Princess of Wales —affectionately known as "the People’s Princess"—dies in a car crash in Paris. She was...

Six Arrested during Police Raid Deny Narcotics Charges and Possession of Methamphetamine

  Six defendants charged with possession of narcotics and utensils have pleaded not guilty to drug charges against them in relation to a police raid...