Associate Professor Amosa Appointed as New NUS Vice- Chancellor and President

2 March 2023, Apia Samoa Cabinet Press Release. The National University of Samoa’s Board and Selection Panel’s recommendation to appoint Associate Professor Tuifa’asisina Patila Amosa as their new Vice-Chancellor and President was unanimously approved by Cabinet this week. At the completion of interviews for the four applicants, Tuifa’asisina is described by the panel as the […]

Minister Says Samoa Must Prepare for the ‘Future of Work’

Faamuta le Auaunaga a nisi o Faamasino o le Faamasinoga o Fanua ma Suafa

O le Aso Faraile nei e faamuta aloaia ai le auaunaga a nisi o faamasino o le Faamasinoga o Fanua ma Suafa. O le afioga ia Tuioti Sakaria Taituave, Iuga Sefo Fautuaalii ma Tuilagi Saipele Esera o ni tamalii sa faatautoina e fai ma faamasino o le Faamasinoga o Fanua ma Suafa i le Aso […]

Toatele atu ai Tamaita’i nai lo Alii na Faauuina e avea ma Malu o le Malo o Samoa

“Sharing factual, informative and accurate government information carries weight and responsibility”

Government Press Secretariat – Articulated in her Mission to “Ensure a well-governed, safe, and informed Samoa,” the Ministry of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, (MPMC) this week Tuesday held its 3rd Annual Communication Information Liaison Officers Network (CLON) forum. CLON was established three years ago to organise and strengthen the internal network responses by respective […]

Iwaki City and Samoa ink mutual agreement

M&S: Store Sorry for Displaying Poisonous Daffodils Alongside Veg

By Sean Seddon, BBC News Marks & Spencer has apologised after displaying daffodils alongside spring onions in one of its stores. The flowers, which can be poisonous if eaten, were displayed in the fruit and veg aisle under a “seasonal favourites” banner. Botanist and presenter James Wong drew attention to the display on Twitter, warning […]

Italian Captain Says World Rugby Decision is Biased and Ridiculous

Today In History: 2 March 1657 Great Fire of Meireki In Edo,Tokyo

On this day March 2 A huge conflagration killed more than 100,000 people, burned part of Edo Castle, and destroyed more than 350 shrines and temples. In the fire’s aftermath, greater official attention was paid to urban planning, fire prevention, and firefighting techniques. Summary of Event Edo was established in 1457, when the warlordŌta Dōkan […]

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OEC to Issue $100 Tala Fines to Over Two Thousand Registered Voters who Did Not Poll at By-election

Translated from FaaSamoa. Of the 4,781 registeted voters on the electoral roll of Vaimauga 3 – only 2,737 or 57.2 percent actually turned out to poll at the recent by-election. Samoa’s Electoral Commissioner, Tuiafelolo Alexander John Stanley, told Samoa Global News action is now being taken to fine some 2,044 eligible voters who did not […]

AOSIS Opening Statement at the Inter-Regional Meeting for the Midterm Review of the SAMOA Pathway delivered AOSIS Chairman Ali Naseer Mohammed who is also Maldives Representative to the United Nations. 30 October 2018, Apia, Samoa.