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Foa’i mo le Fa’asamoa Initiative

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Na ala usu Troy Polamalu ma se tasi o sui o lana Aumalaga a le  “Toe Fuata’i Fa’asamoa”  i le latou vala’aulia fa’apitoa ina ia auai atu i le Ofisa Autu o le Blue Sky Communications i, Nuuuli, ina ia molita’i le fa’afetai ma le fa’amalo mo le latou sao ua mae’a mataituina e Amerika Samoa i le vaiaso ua te’a.

 

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Parents stay strong, hopeful for daughter with cancer

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Despite what the doctors told Fiapa’ipa’i and Elsie Ta’aau in February — that their eldest daughter is looking at only six months to live — they have faith and are not giving up hope. They intend to fight for their daughter, who has been diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a bone cancer, which is the most common type of bone cancer, and accounts for about 3% of cancers that occur in children.
 



Malo Runeeh Talaifaga Lalelei o Fugala’au 2015

O le fa’aiuga o le sailiga o le Lalelei o Fugala’au 2015, ua tula’i mai ai nei le tausala o Runeeh Talaifaga e sui tulaga ia Mia Carmen Carrere sa tau’avea lea fo’i tofiga mo le Miss Flowers Foundation i lenei tausaga.
 



Alesana Tuilagi winds up for the All Blacks

Blockbusting Manu Samoa wing Alesana Tuilagi says he can hardly wait to take on the All Blacks in front of his people.

Speaking to the Samoa Obser v e r yesterday, Alesana, who is one of two Tuilagi brothers in the extended 41- man squad camping at Leauva’a, says the opportunity to play against the world champions at home is priceless.

The other Tuilagi in the team is Vavae Tuilagi.

For Alesana though, it will be his first game against the All Blacks.



Maualuga tulaga ua i ai tautua a le Nana’s

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Talu mai le tausaga e 2004 lea na fa’atoa fa’avae ai le kamupani a le Nana’s Inc, Corporation i Amerika Samoa, ua maitauina ai le maualuga o le tulaga ua oo i ai lana auaunaga, e le gata i le fa’atinoina o galuega e tautua ai le atunu’u i soo se matata, ae o lona fesoasoani fo’i lea i aiga e ala i le ofoina atu lea o avanoa faigaluega mo le to’atele o tagata o le atunu’u.

 



Apia girl receives Queen’s Young Leaders Award

Media release from Queen's Young Leaders committee

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II presented awards this past week to Queen’s Young Leaders in a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace. Members of The Royal Family and a host of high profile individuals attended the event, which recognised exceptional young people who are making lasting change in their communities and across the Commonwealth.
 



Argosy donates more computers to community

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There were 15 computers recently donated by Argosy University to the Department of Youth and Women’s Affairs (DYWA) new center located in Pago Pago, to be used as part of the DYWA’s Computer Training Center. The Computer Training Center is located in the same building as the new DYWA gymnasium.
 



YOUNG: Fa’afetai tele AS mo lou alofa tula’i

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Na fa’afetaia e le Failautusi Aoao o le Komiti Faafoe o Taaloga o le Olimipeka i Amerika Samoa (ASNOC) ia Bill Young ta’ita’i, uo ma aiga, faapea ai pisinisi uma i totonu o Amerika Samoa, e tusa ai o lo latou lagolagoina o le fa’amoemoe a le au ta’aalo a le atunu’u, lea ua sauni atu nei mo ta’aloga a le Pasefika i Papua Niu Kini i le masina fou o Iulai.
 



Brianna Aumoeualogo named Salutatorian

Brianna Aumoeualogo, daughter of Matoka and Lynn Aumoeualogo, granddaughter of late HTC Muafono Asosā Fai’aipa’u & Elisapeta Aumoeualogo from the villages of Alofau and Tula graduated June 3 from Lake Dallas High School in Texas.



SPA students donate to Cancer Coalition

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The South Pacific Academy’s ‘College Life’ class — which is taught there  in the 9th through 12th grades — requires students to complete a community service project each year. This year the classes conducted several fundraisers, including bake sales, a Pick-a-Thon at Lions Park, food sales at the school canteen, and donation boxes set up at the TMO family of stores. 
 



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