Vote of Thanks By Hon Minister of MESC Afioga Seuula Ioane

Tuesday, 7th March 2023 – 2.00pm – USP – Alafua 1. On behalf of the Government and the people of Samoa, I would like to extend our heartfelt and sincere gratitude to Your Excellency Mr. Keisuke Senta the Ambassador for Japan. 2. Our mutual partnership in advancing education in Samoa continues to leave imprints that […]

MP for Urban West Blasted for Raising Leased Customary Lands in Parliament

Samoa Tourism Authority Engages Industry Members to help Enhance Samoa’s Tourism Products and Services

Samoa Tourism Authority (STA) has hosted a series of industry sessions to help enhance Samoa’s tourism products and services. Held in Apia and Savai’i over two days, the Industry Talanoa Meets initiated by STA, gathered local tourism industry members to discuss and collaborate on issues such product offerings, marketing and promotion, research and statistics, and […]

Businesses that Leave Cash on Premises to be Investigated

WIBDI’s Revival of Fine Mats a Source of Confidence and Financial Independence for Women with Disabilities

By Australian High Commision Office Media, Apia Samoa. WIBDI is reviving the art of fine mats and empowering women, including those with disabilities, to weave their own futures. A measina, or cultural treasure, the art of weaving fine mats was in danger of disappearing due to modernisation, commercialisation and the cash economy. On this years […]

American Samoa Reports 3 Positive Covid-19 Cases on Container Ship

‘Too late to leave’: NSW Firefighters Brace for Prolonged Effort to Fight Blaze

Firefighters say they could be battling a blazeburning out of control in rural NSW for days. Properties were under threat and residents told it was too late to leave as the fire burnt out of control at Tambaroora, about 270km north-west of Sydney. Residents at Cranbrook near Dubbo were also under threat on Monday afternoon […]

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