Bluesky launched its highly touted 4G+ network, which works alongside the 3G+ network currently in the territory, with quiet fanfare yesterday at its head end office in Iliili, during a press confe
(L-R) Bluesky officials — Customer Service/Public Relations Manager Sherry Sele and Country Manager Filifotu Vaai-Tinital, with Rep. Puleiti Li'amatua Tufele Jr.
Apia, SAMOA — Following his announcement last week about the Overseas Medical Referral Program (OMRP) during his 2AP radio program, Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi issued an of
Students from private schools taking top honors in the recent Math competition, has prompted Rep. Vesi Talalelei Fautanu Jr.
Floodlights and generators, along with a security system are some of the projects American Samoa has identified to be funded with proceeds from the $1 million that the territory received from the f
A Honolulu-based fishery company has reached out to Tri Marine International for possible transition of workers who were laid off last December when Tri Marine’s Samoa Tuna Processors Inc., cannery
A federal judge in Honolulu has ruled in favor of the Territory of American Samoa, saying that the National Marine Fishery Service (NMFS) decision in 2016 to reduce the large vessel protected area
A U.S government attorney for two federal agencies has requested that the U.S Federal Communications Commission (FCC) “defer” action, while their review is ongoing on the application by Fiji based
O se va’aiga i sui e to’atolu sa lautogia mo fa’ailoga fa’apitoa mai le SPED Program mai le Level 5. O i latou nei o: Francisco Ume, Tone Elia ma Iverson Niuatoa.