HRPP Files Law Suit Against FAST Alleging Bribery Ahead of By-Election

Translated from FaaSamoa. The opposition Human Rights Protection Party are taking the ruling Faatuatua i Le Atua Samoa ua Tasi party to Court over allegations of bribery ahead of the recent Vaimauga 3 by-election. However the FAST party Chairman Laaulialemalietoa Leuatea Polataivao Fosi Schmidt says the cultural exchange which can be publicly viewed on a […]

Pool Table Game Turns Ugly at Falealupo

Mothers Denied Gas and Air in Labour say Their Births were Traumatic

When Leigh Milner gave birth to her baby boy last month she was expecting “all the pain relief” but ended up with just paracetamol and describes her labour as absolutely unbearable. The BBC journalist delivered her son Theo at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, one of several that have recently suspended gas and air […]

Tiger Woods ‘Awake, Responsive and Recovering’

Vanuatu Residents “Exhausted” and Country Needs Support after Two Cyclones in Three Days

Ni-Vanuatu residents have emerged battered but still standing after Cyclone Kevin swiped the country with a strong backhand. “It was quite exhausting. Dealing with two cyclones in three days is pretty draining, you know,” Vanuatu journalist Dan McGarry told RNZ. Cyclone Kevin and Cyclone Judy as pictured on Earth Nullschool on Saturday March 4.Cyclone Kevin […]

Fiji Records 14th Covid-19 Death and Hundreds of New Cases Each Day

Opposition MPs Continue to Question the Fairness of $1 Million Tala Project Disbursement

The recognised leader of the opposition in Parliament, Fonotoe Nuafesili Pierre Lauofo Meredith is the latest MP to question the process of releasing funds under Government’s $1 million tala District Development Programme. Fonotoe has confirmed that his District Development Committee was last week informed they would not be receiving the latest disbursement of $150,000 tala […]

YOUTH4CLIMATE Debate Prepares Samoan Delegates for Milan Italy

Post Mortems Finally Conducted this week for Six Open Police Investigations

Translated from FaaSamoa. A pathologist has arrived into Samoa and will this week perform autopsies on six cases under long awaited police investigations. The completion of the work by a Fijian pathologist throughout this week will finally allow families to receive closure, and lay their loved ones to rest. Deputy Police Commissioner Papalii Monalisa Tiai-Keti […]

Vaiala Blackies Retain the Shield in Close Fought Match