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British High Commission Partners with SSAB to Co-fund Prison Rehabilitation Study Centre

Thursday 30 September 2021, Apia Samoa. The British High Commission in Apia have come on board to partner with Samoa Stationery and Books to...

EU and CSSP Project Provides Clean Water for Five Local Communities

Five local communities in Upolu are to benefit from a joint venture between the European Union (EU) and the Government of Samoa through the...

US Coast Guard Patrols Samoa’s International Waters

Coast Guard Cutter Oliver Berry policing Samoa’s seas. While Samoa’s National Nafanua patrol boat is out of service, the US Coast Guard Cutter (USCGC)...

Minister says Amendments to Electoral Act Ensures Fairness to By-Election Candidates

29 Sept 2021 Mulinuu Apia Samoa. The upcoming by-elections to determine seven vacated seats in Samoa's Legislative Assembly will follow the amended Electoral Act...

Samoa Police Annual Remembrance Day Service

The Ministry of Police, Prisons and Corrections held their annual remembrance day service this on Wednesday morning to honour all officers who had passed...

Swift Response of Fire Service Contains Bushfire – Commissioner Issues Warning

Samoa's Fire and Emergency Services Authority (FESA) were quick to contain a bushfire that broke out in the scrub vegetation area just past Faleolo...

Today in History: 29 September 2009 Large Tsunami hits Samoa

At 6:48am on the 29 September 2009, a powerful 8.0 magnitude earthquake close to the main Samoan Island chain with its epicenter 190 km...

Aidan Warren Appointed Judge of Māori Land Court and Member of Waitangi Tribunal

Senior partner of McCaw Lewis law firm in New Zealand, Mr Aidan Warren has been appointed Judge of the Māori Land Court and Member...

Peace Garden at Saleapaga Inspired by Psalm 91

The Peace Garden at Saleapaga, Aleipata is inspired by Psalm 91. It opened on the 29th of September 2019 to mark 10 years since the...

How Can My Newfound Faith Replace a Broken Heart?

For the memory of 2009 tsunami victims and my daughter Moanalei. Today when you walk through Lalomanu, the sea follows you everywhere. It is as...