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NUS Vice Chancellor Appointed Director General of Health

(GOVERNMENT PRESS SECRETARIAT) – Cabinet today confirmed the three year appointment of Professor Aiono Dr. Alec Ekeroma as Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry...

Aeau Chris Hazelman Appointed Director of Education

(GOVT. PRESS SECRETARIAT) - Aeau Christopher Hazelman is the new Chief Executive Officer to lead the Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture. (MESC). A pragmatic...

Tofia le Pōlōfesa Aiono Dr Ekeroma ma Ofisa Sili o le Matagaluega o Soifua...

(SO’O’UPU A LE MĀLŌ) – Ua tofia nei e le Kapeneta, le afioga i le ali’i Polōfesa Aiono Dr. Alec Ekeroma ma Ofisa Sili...

SNPF Final 2% Dividend Pay Out from 01 December 2022

The final 2% payout of the Samoa National Provident Fund dividend for this financial year will be disbursed from tomorrow. 01 December 2022. In a...

Two Male Teachers Charged with Forcing Children with Disabilities to Perform Sexual Acts

30 November 2022, Mulinuu Courthouse, Apia Samoa. Two male teachers of a local school for children with disabilities are facing charges relating to forcing...

Rape Case of 14 Year Old in Supreme Court as Samoa Rolls Out 16...

As Samoa commemorates the annual 16 Days of Activism campaign to eradicate violence against women and girls, the case of a father accused of...

“Disappointing Results” after Ten Years of 16 Days of Activism Campaigns in Samoa

Samoa has launched an extensive 16 days of activism programme this year, with a change of colour to black and the Minister says he...

History 40 Years Ago: Michael Jackson’s Thriller is Released Worldwide

On this day in history (30th November 1982), the King of Pop and world famous music artist Michael Jackson released his sixth album, Thriller,...

Samoa Mourns Passing of Veteran MP and Former Minister

Samoa is mourning the passing of Member of Parliament for Vaimauga 3, Hon Tapunuu Papalii Niko Lee Hang who died at Moto’otua National Hospital...

65 New Recruits Sworn-In at Samoa Police and Prisons

“Sixty-five recruit members have been sworn in and are prepared to serve Samoa” After 17 long and hard weeks of training and assessments, 65 new...