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Manana’o fanau aoga ia asiasi atu le Fono i aoga

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Ua talosagaina e le toatele o fanau aoga sa auai i le vaega lona lua o le solo tete’e o le filemu e tete’e atu ai i le siitaga o totogi a le Fono Faitulafono, le tatau lea i senatoa ma faipule ona asiasi atu i aoga ta’itasi i le atunu’u, ina ia mafai ai ona latou silasila ma fa’amaonia fa’aletonu e pei ona atugalu i ai le atunu’u ma aoga ta’itasi.
 



Toe lapataia fo’i le atunu’u ina ia fa’amama le si’osi’omaga

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Ua toe lapataia fo’i e le Matagaluega o le Soifua Maloloina a le malo le atunu’u atoa, ina ia amata ona toe fa’amama si’osi’omaga o aiga, nu’u ma itumalo ta’itasi, ina ia mautinoa e fesoasoani ai i le taumafaiga e tete’e atu i le gasegase fou lea ua mapuna a’e i le atunu’u i le taimi nei, le ‘Zika virus’, e mafua mai ona o namu o lo o latou feavea’iina siama nini’i.
 



Alalaga atunu’u i le Fono e taofi si’itaga o latou totogi

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E silia i le to’a 50 tagatanu’u na laulau tutu i luma o le maota fono i le taeao ananafi, ma alalaga atu i ta’ita’i o le Fono Faitulafono ina ia taofi si’itaga o latou totogi e pei ona fuafuaina i se pili ua mae’a ona pasia e le maota o sui i le vaiaso na te’a nei.

 



GAOTEOTE: Aua le amanaia fua tala a tagata feoa’i i le auala

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Ua fautuaina e le afioga i le ali’i Peresetene o le Senate ia Gaoteote Palaie Tofau afioga i Senatoa o le maota maualuga, e aua le amanaiaina fua tala a tagata o lo o fa’asalalau solo e fa’atatau i le pili e sii ai totogi a le Fono Faitulafono, e le fa’avaeina fo’i galuega a le Fono i manatu o tagata o lo o feoa’i i le auala.
 



Maualuga tulaga ua i ai ta’aloga fusu i Amerika Samoa

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O le i’u manuia ai o le ulua’i ta’amilosaga e fa’aaoga i ai fusi mo siamupini lea sa fa’atautaia i le maota o Tupulaga Talavou i le fa’aiuga o le vaiaso na tea nei, i lalo o le fa’atautaiga a le Asosi Fusu a Amerika Samoa, na maitauina ai le maualuga o le tulaga ua i ai le ta’aloga fusu i totonu o le atunu’u i le taimi nei.

E 7 paga amata ma paga fa’apitoa sa mafai ona molimauina e le silia i le to’a 300 le mamalu o le atunu’u, lea e aofia ai ni isi o ta’ita’i o le atunu’u.



Generals say women should have to register for draft

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The top Army and Marine Corps generals told senators Tuesday that it will take up to three years to fully integrate women into all combat jobs, adding that women also should have to register for the draft.

The military service leaders repeatedly vowed that they will not lower standards to bring women into the more grueling jobs. But they warned that inherent physical differences and different injury rates between men and women will have an impact on how the integration moves ahead.



Faatusa Senate Teuga Tupe a le Litaea o se Faletupe

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Na fa’atusa i saunoaga a afioga i senatoa i le vaiaso na te’a nei tulaga o lo o alia’e mai i le teugatupe a le Litaea, “o se Faletupe” a fia fai ai lava se nonogatupe a se tasi ona fai ai lava lea e aunoa ma le silasila i a’afiaga e ono tula’i mai ai i le lumana’i o le teugatupe a le atunu’u.
 



Plant common in the territory can be harmful if eaten

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The Dumb Cane (Dieffenbachia) plant can be harmful if eaten, though in most cases the symptoms would not approach those dire warnings circulating online, say spokespeople at the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health. Several members of the public contacted Samoa News noting that this plant is common in the territory.
 



TALA MAI SAMOA

TOFIA LE MAMEA MA TUILOMA I LE FONO A SUI TOFIA
 



ASCC celebrates faculty accomplishments

To highlight faculty accomplishments over the last 12 months, the Division of Academic Affairs at the American Samoa Community College (ASCC) recently hosted a Faculty Recognition Dinner. Faculty members and administrators gathered at the Nighthawk/Country Club for an evening of celebration to recognize the many ways in which the academic departments and individual instructors go “above and beyond” their regular responsibilities to serve both their students and the community.
 



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