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Bluesky Moana TV improves services for customers

(PRESS RELEASE)  – Bluesky Digital Moana TV customers will soon be enjoying new channels and premium packages. Here at Bluesky we are constantly looking for ways to improve our services for customers. Earlier in the year we had an open forum where we encouraged customers to offer feedback on what channels they would like to see Moana TV offer. The feedback was tremendous and we decided to try and bring some of the recommended channels to our customers.
 



ASPA's tieline system & Satala groundbreaking

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The Satala Power Plant building and facility replacement project recently held their ground breaking ceremony, and the estimated cost for the project is $12 Million according to the contractors.
 
This project is designed and built to accommodate 23Mega Watts of diesel generators consisting of seven diesel generators and their associated auxiliary equipment, black start engines, switch gears and distribution feeder power grid system, with a centralized control room and related supporting facilities.
 



Seau among 113 Hall of Fame nominees

Super Bowl-winning quarterback Kurt Warner and linebacker Junior Seau are among 15 first-year eligible modern-era candidates nominated for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Also nominated for the class of 2015 in their first year of eligibility are receivers Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt, tackle Orlando Pace, and placekicker Jason Elam.

A total of 99 players and 14 coaches comprise the 113 nominees. A modern-era player or coach must be retired at least five consecutive seasons to be eligible.



ASCC-SAFF performs at Teuila Festival

Over the last few years, the Student Association for Faasamoa (SAFF) has established itself as one of the strongest student organizations at the American Samoa Community College (ASCC).
 
Overseen by the Samoan Studies Institute (SSI), the SAFF promotes Samoan culture, arts and values while also providing its members with an academic support group, particularly in the area of Samoan Studies.
 



Samoan soprano takes top opera honor

Samoan soprano, Marlena Ott Devoe, has won the Joan Sutherland Richard Bonynge Bel Canto Award in Australia.

In doing so, she has overcome fierce competition to secure the top prize, giving her another step up the ladder as she continues her journey to the top.

The award was established in the memory Sutherland and Bonynge's legacy to develop great opera singers for the future and ensure the sustainability of opera.



Delegation attends Coral Reef Task Force

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Scientists and experts from across the United States met in Kaanapali, Maui to discuss key national issues and proposed new actions, as well as present progress reports in their efforts to protect the coral reef ecosystem.
 
The 32nd US Coral Reef Task Force (USCRTF) meeting took place Sept. 2-7 and was co-hosted by the Dept. of Commerce, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the Dept. of Interior.
 



Video: 'Five-O' celebrates season five

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Despite heat and humidity, thousands turned out for the fifth season of a show that has as much staying power as they do -- "Hawaii Five-O."The cast and crew of the hit CBS television series also came out for what's become an annual tradition, getting a sneak preview of the first episode of the new season on a big screen at a "Sunset on the Beach" event in Waikiki.



Fesoasoani fa’apitoa mo tagata a’afia lagona

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 ... i fa’alavelave mata’utia
 



Fa’atusa si’itaga ta’i $10,000 alauni Fono o se gaioiga “ai afu”

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E to’atele tagata faigaluega o lo o tipi a latou lafoga e fesoasoani ai i le atina’eina o le malo, ua latou fa’aigoa siitaga o alauni a senatoa ma faipule lea ua pasia e le Senate, “o se gaioiga ai afu ma le le alofa”, ae o isi na latou fa’atusa “i le gata e fasia ae pulapula ona mata”.
 



Pitcairn Islanders call for world's largest marine reserve

Pitcairn Islanders have unanimously called for the creation of what could become the world's largest fully protected marine reserve around their islands.

A leading natural history broadcaster, Paul Rose says from Pitcairn, 5500 kilometres northeast of New Zealand, that the 49 people who live there want the 830,000 square kilometre reserve.

They want only a small area around their island exempted for their own fishing.



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