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Julius Netzler

Julius completed the NUS Under Prepatory Year in 2021. He has been accepted into Auckland University of Technology to study Engineering from Sem 2 this year. Julius has joined the SGN team as a Junior Reporter and IT Officer until he leaves for NZ later in the year.

Game Day for Team Samoa Netball

“Today is the big day” for Team Samoa over in Sydney, Australia with their first game of the PasificAus Sports Netball Series, where Samoa is due to play Fiji at 5:30pm (Samoan Time). Samoa is up against Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Tonga and Singapore at the series that will take place at the Sydney Olympic […]

85 New Cases Takes Samoa’s Total Active Covid-19 Number to 196

21 March 2021 Apia Samoa. There were 85 new community cases recorded on Sunday 20th of March, as at 2pm. The latest update takes the total number of active Covid-19 cases in Samoa to 196 including the 15 active imported cases. That means the wave of community transmissions is at 181.  The Ministry of Health […]

Doctors, Nurses, Patients and Caregivers at Mootootua National Hospital Test Positive for Covid-19

Friday 18 March 2022, Apia Samoa. Samoa’s national hospital has been compromised with doctors, nurses, patients and caregivers all returning positive tests for covid-19 throughout the day. A source inside the hospital says so far, four doctors, two nurses, three patients and a caregiver have returned positive tests. “There are certain to be more in […]

Samoa Represented at PacificAus Sports Netball Series

Samoa, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Tonga and invitee team Singapore will be competing against each other in the upcoming “PacificAus Sports Netball Series” due to take place in Sydney at the Sydney Olympic Park from March 21 to 26. Rosemarie Esera, Netball Samoa CEO, said the PacificAus Sports Netball Series is an opportunity to showcase […]

First Community Case Confirmed for Samoa: Nation-Wide Lockdown from Friday Night

10:40pm Thursday 17 March 2022 Apia Samoa. A community case has been confirmed for Samoa, triggering a gradual lift of Alert Levels from midnight tonight. In a special announcement, Prime Minister Hon Fiame Naomi Mataafa confirmed nation would shift to Alert Level 2 from midnight tonight for 24 hours, and then elevate to Alert Level […]