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FESOASOANI AUSETALIA I LE OFISA O LEOLEO
 
Ua toe faaopopo foi le fesoasoani a le malo Ausetalia mo le Ofisa o Leoleo aua le puipuiga o le saogalemu lautele i le vaitaimi o le fonotaga o lo o loma nei, ma o ananafi na tatala aloaia ai le nofoaga tutotonu lagolago a le Ofisa o Leoleo i Tuanaimato, faapea le tauaao aloaiaina o totoga ma mea faigaluega faatekonolosi tau le puipuiga. Na faailoa e le alii palemia, le susuga Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi ia mea faigaluega i le mamalu o le aofia sa auai.
 



Postcard from Youth Olympic Games

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Local sprinter and youth Olympian Faresa Pasefika Kapisi finished 8th in his heat for qualifications yesterday morning at 1:52 a.m. (local time). 
 
Chef de Mission Genhall Manu’a Chen said in an email to the Samoa News yesterday that Kapisi is scheduled to race again in the finals on Aug. 23, at 10:53 am (which is today at 3:53 p.m. American Samoa time).
 



To’atele tagata matutua o lo o manana’o pea Food Voucher

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Na manino i le tele o finagalo na fa’aalia e senatoa ma faipule i le taimi na fesiligia ai e le Komiti So’ofa’atasi o le Paketi a le Fono, le paketi a le Ofisa o Tagata Matutua, le to’atele pea o tama ma tina matutua o lo o manana’o pea e toe fa’aauau ‘Food Voucher’, nai lo le suiga lea ua faia e le TAOA i taumafa vela.
 



Special kids Healthy Athletes program

Lions Club, Boy Scouts, DOH, LBJ, FFAS, and Athletic Assoc. all lend a hand
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It’s all about teamwork. On Monday, August 18, several community groups joined forces to help our Special Athletes, who are looking forward to the Special Olympics World Games scheduled to be held in Los Angeles next summer. From July 25- August 8, 2015, our athletes will join their fellow hopefuls from around the world on the University of Southern California and UCLA campuses to test their mettle, and show the world their strength.
 



Marine Sanctuary opens DIVE display

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The National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa has a new exhibit inside the Tauese P.F. Sunia Ocean Center in Utulei. Called “DIVE American Samoa”, the exhibit is meant “to inspire people to explore the underwater world of our islands, and more specifically, the units within the National Marine Sanctuary,” said LT Charlene Felkley, Marine Operations Coordinator for the NMSAS.
 



Fesiligia Fono siitaga i totogi o Fa’atonusili malo

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O le iloiloga o le Paketi a le Ofisa o Tagata Faigaluega a le malo i le aso Gafua na te’a nei, na fesiligia ai e le afioga i le alii senatoa ia Laolagi Fonoti Savali Vaeao, le mataupu e fa’atatau i totogi o fa’atonusili lea ua toe fa’aopoopo i totonu o le paketi a le malo mo le tausaga tupe fou 2015.
 



Rising star from Am. Samoa emerges on football field

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Young Samoans continue to make big strides in sports these days, especially on the gridiron. Chuck Filiaga, who is originally from American Samoa, quickly made a name for himself during his freshman year at St. Augustine High School in San Diego, California.
 
The 6’5 275lb. Defensive Tackle was able to make the Varsity squad and help his Saints to the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) State Football Championship at Qualcomm Stadium, home of the National Football League’s San Diego Chargers.
 



Cool Stuff: Amazon Fire & HTC One

The Android operating system on both the Amazon Fire and HTC One are bold and straightforward. Not having Android experience, I am sure that — compared to the Apple iOS operating system — it’s like speaking Samoan and trying to get by with a few Tongan phrases in Nukualofa. We can all fake it and get by, then learn eventually to be more proficient.
 
Finish is smooth and solid.  Both have a bigger screen than the current iPhone 5s.
 



Fa’amanino Teutupe alaga tupe a le malo

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Na fa’amanino e le Teutupe a le malo ia Ueligitone Tonumaipe’a i luma o le Komiti Soofaatasi a le Fono Faitulafono i le taeao ananafi, alaga tupe o lo o faamoemoe le malo e maua mai ai isi ana tupe mo le paketi o le tausaga tupe fou 2015, i le amata aloaia ai o iloiloga soofaatasi a le Fono i le vaiaso lenei.
 



American Samoa at Summer Youth Games in China

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The five local athletes — and three chaperones — representing American Samoa in the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China have arrived in the Far East, joining hundreds of talented young athletes representing different countries from all over the globe.
 
The games started on Aug. 16 and will end Aug. 28.
 
Faresa Pasefika Kapisi, a track and field competitor, will be competing in the 100-meter sprint on Aug. 21 at 6:30 p.m. — which is tomorrow, Aug. 20 at 11:30 p.m. (local time).
 



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