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Vevela felafolafoaiga a Faipule i le maota o sui

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Na fai si vevela o folafolafoaiga a afioga i ali’i ma tamai’ta’i faipule i le taeao ananafi, e mafua mai i se saunoaga sa lafo e le afioga i le ali’i faipule ia Toeaina Faufano Autele i le taimi o folafolaga a le maota o sui i le Aso Lulu na te’a nei.
 
E lei auai le afioga a Toeaina i le fonotaga a le maota o sui i le taeao ananafi.
 



Talavalu heads into round 3 after loss to PNG

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While the Federation Oceania Rugby Cup championship is heading to the third and last round of the tournament, the Talavalu’s hope to win the 2015 Oceania Cup in Papua Niu Guinea for the first time is now over, as they were defeated by the mighty Pukpuks side from PNG, in a tough match yesterday afternoon with a score of 36-22, to end the second round of the championship.

 



Pacific Edge is there for D.C. Samoan community

Pacific Edge recently took part in the Virginia Beach, VA Polynesian Festival held this year on August 8.

Pacific Edge promotes our Samoan culture, language, traditional wear, artists, and our values by providing education and information within the Washington D.C. Samoan community. 

 

Thank you Samoa News for keeping our families and friends informed about organizations like ours that promote Samoan culture and traditions abroad.



Taofi se fa’aiuga a le Fono mo Tony Togia’i

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O le vaiaso nei na pasia ai e le Komiti o le Litaea a le Senate sa latou faaiuga, ina ia faateletelegese le palotaina o le suafa o le susuga a Tony Togia’i, se’i mae’a ona soalaupule le faafitauli o loo faaletonu ai finagalo o le maota i le mataupu e faatatau i le Komiti o le Litaea a le malo.
 



Magalasin earns two first finishes at tennis tourney

Pac Oceania tennis junior championship
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The International Tennis Federation (ITF) Pacific Oceania Junior Championship (POJC) concluded this week in Lautoka, Fiji with some of the best junior tennis players competing from  from the Eastern Pacific, Western Pacific and Northern Pacific Regions. American Samoa had eight players on the Eastern Pacific team.
 
One American Samoa player, Larry Magalasin, earned a first place finish in the Boys 16 and Under Singles Division and first overall in the Boys Doubles 16 and Under Division along with partner Harley Cronin of Samoa.
 



ASCC hosts assessment workshop

During orientation week for the fall 2015 semester, the faculty and staff of the American Samoa Community College (ASCC) took part in a three-day Assessment Workshop presented by renowned authority on the subject Dr. Mary J. Allen, who for many years has served as a consultant in higher education, specializing in assessment and accreditation.
 



Malaga aufusu mo le Oceania Championship i Ausetalia

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O le taeao ananafi na tuua ai e le aufusu a Amerika Samoa, i lalo o le ta’ita’iga a le ali’i faiaoga ia Mapu Jamias le atunu’u, mo le fa’amoemoe e tausinio i le ta’amilosaga a le “2015 Oceania Championship”, lea e faia i Camberra i Ausetalia, amata atu ia Aokuso 29 e oo atu ia Setema 01, 2015.
 
O le au malaga e aofia ai ali’i fusu e to’atolu ia Patrick Toilolo, Pasefika Ikitau ma George Tanoa Jr, ma ua faamoemoe o le aoauli nei latou te tuua ai Samoa mo Ausetalia mo lenei fa’amoemoe.
 



Oceania Cup : Mataina taumafaiga Talavalu

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Ua faalia i ripoti mai Papua Niu Kini le mataina o le tulaga o lo o i ai taumafaiga a le ‘au ta’ito’a 15 a le atunu’u, le Talavalu i le ta’amilosaga a le Oceania Cup lea o loo talimalo ai Papua i le taimi nei, ina ua latou fa’ato’ilalo le ‘au malosi mai Solomona i le vaiaso na te’a nei i ‘ai e 30-15, ma avea ai loa le latou taumafaiga lea o se auala ua fa’apopoleina ai le ‘au malosi a Papua, lea o loo umia le siamupini o le 2013.

 



Amatalia tausaga aoga fou 2015-2016 a le malo

Mai le tima’iga ma le tatalo si’itia e le susuga le faife’au malolo Rev. Elder Dr. Fa’ata’ape Lavata’i, lea na ia fa’apea ai, “Tatalia ma le onosa’i faiva o le malo ma le Matagaluega o A’oga ina ia fa’aleleia atili le a’oa’oina o fanau, ia mautinoa, a leai se tasi e moe manatunatu, e fano lava le nu’u, peita’i, ua tatou va’aia galuega tima’i ma ua fa’atino, ua ataata mai taulelei,” na iloga ai, o lo ua tatou taumafaia mea sili mo a’oga a le fanau.
 



American Samoa fire crew shows off their Haka

As of Monday morning, CalFire reports that the Horse Fire in the King Range just north of Shelter Cove has burned 146 acres and is 70 percent contained.

Some of the thanks for the Horse Fire’s swift suppression goes to a fire crew brought in from American Samoa, one of many teams from around the world brought in to assist with California’s frightening 2015 fire season.



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