With the Miss Samoa Pageant still to be staged next month, the Samoa Events Inc (S.E.I.) has already had to deal with a pre pageant drama out of Australia.
American Samoa's agriculture authorities are optimistic the territory can begin exporting agricultural goods to the US by next year.
The police in Samoa have assured local journalists that they will still be available to answer questions, despite the end of weekly media conferences.
A United Nations human rights panel believes a lot more work needs to be done to tackle deeply rooted gender discrimination in Samoa following a recent visit.
Remote island nations in the Pacific could soon see the creation of locally operated 'micro-canneries' as part of an effort to reduce their reliance on fish imports.
Want to read indigenous literature? Don't pick up a book.
That's because native stories are not always written down on paper, award-winning novelist Witi Ihimaera says.
4-H STEM Camp participants measuring the circumference of a Norfolk pine tree during the 4-H STEM Camp held at the American Samoa Community College (ASCC) - Agriculture, Community and Natural Resou
As summer comes to an end and young people around the island are preparing to tackle the new school year, college students crowded the ASCC campus earlier this week when it opened up registration o
The American Samoa Government’s overtime policy is still not being followed as US Department of Labor officials have raised questions on this serious issue, according to Gov.
O lagona o le misia o fanau mai le avea ai ma fitafita o le taua i se taimi o i luma, na fa’aalia e le to’atele o matua o ali’i ma tama’ita’i e to’a 31 lea na fa’atautoina i le aso Lulu o le vaiaso