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Poloketi fa’asaeanisi A’oga Maualuga

“Ua atili ona faigata ona maua ni poloketi fa’asaeanisi e manumalo, aua ua matua lava tapena le fanau a’oga maualuluga i a latou poloketi, o folasaga e sapaia ai latou mau fa’aalia, ae maise o le sailiga mae’a ua latou tapena i ai, ia malamalama le ‘auga o le latou mataupu fa’ailo,” se tala lea mai le tama’ita’i o Magdaline Augafa lea e fa’auluulu i ai lea fa’aaliga a a’oga tulaga muamua ma a’oga maualuluga fo’i.
 



42 safe after abandoning ship south of Hawaii

HONOLULU – The Coast Guard successfully coordinated the rescue of 42 people who abandoned ship when their fishing vessel American Eagle caught fire approximately 1,800 miles south of the Hawaiian Islands, Wednesday.

An HC-130 Hercules airplane crew from Air Station Barbers Point arrived on scene at 5:10 p.m. (HST), established communications with the fishing vessel's crew and dropped a dewatering pump, flash lights and flares.

Fong Seong 888, a Tuvalu-flagged oil tanker, arrived on scene at 5:30 p.m. (HST) to offer additional assistance.



Litaea: Teena fautuaga Nua mo se iloiloga fa’alilolilo

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E le’i talia e le maota maualuga i le taeao ananafi se fautuaga na fa’atulaga e le afioga i le sui peresetene ia Nuanuaolefeagaiga S. Nua, mo se avanoa e faia ai se “iloiloga fa’alilolilo” a le Komiti o le Litaea a le maota maualuga ma totino o le Komiti o le Litaea a le malo, ona fa’atoa faia ai loa lea o le iloiloga masani e fesiligia ai mataupu e fia malamalama i ai afioga i senatoa.
 



Operation Love Letters: Survivors remember fallen

TAFUNA, American Samoa – The U.S. Army Reserve Family Programs’ Survivor Outreach Services, or SOS, will host its second annual Operation: Love Letters event. The event provides an opportunity for Survivors to gather with Family and friends to honor and celebrate their Fallen Soldier’s love for country; paying tribute to their loved ones by writing letters, crafting cards and sharing stories.
 



Samoa election gets ugly, reward offered

The battle for the Urban West Constituency seat has gotten ugly.

And candidate, Faumuina Asi Wayne Fong, is offering a reward of $1,000 for information on who vandalised his campaign billboard at Sinamoga.

But that’s not all.

An additional $1,000 has also been offered once the person is identified and prosecuted.

Speaking to the Samoa Observer yesterday, Faumuina said the vandalised billboard at Sinamoga is one of two that belongs to him.

He said for each one of the billboards, it had cost him $4,000 to install.



70 Toa Amerika Samoa ta’atauto US Army

O i latou na fa’atauto mo le US Army e le Ofisa o le US Army i Amerika Samoa e to’a 70 tama’ita’i ma ali’i talavou, o se numera pito i to’atele lea ua mafai ona fa’aulu e lenei Ofisa i se masina e tasi.
 
I le sauniga o le fa’atautoga o i latou nei, sa fa’atumulia, le Potu Fono o le US Army Reserve i le afiafi o le aso Faraile  ua te’a.
 



Silia afa miliona le aitalafu a le ASTCA i le malo

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Na avea le taumafai o afioga i senatoa e fesiligia tulaga o lo o i ai le itu tau tupe a le Ofisa o Fesootaiga a le malo (ASTCA) ma auala na latou maua ai isi fa’amatalaga fou mai le malo, e fa’atatau lea i aitalafu a le ASTCA o lo o i ai i le malo e silia ma le afa miliona.
 



Aumua introduces bill for Manu'a air service

Source: Media Release, Aumua Amata's office

Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Aumua Amata, introduced a bill last week that will resolve the lack of air service between Tutuila and Manu’a.
 



LOLO: E le aia le faigamalo i galuega a le Fono Faitulafono

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Talu ai le fesiligia o se gaioiga a le faigamalo e tusa ai o fa’afitauli o lo o tutupu mai i le atunu’u i le taimi nei, aemaise ai le mataupu sa solo tete’e ai ni isi o tagatanu’u i le vaiaso na te’a nei, e fa’atatau i le tulafono lea ua pasia e le maota o sui e si’i ai totogi o senatoa mai faipule, na fa’ailoa ai e le tofa Lolo Matalasi Moliga i luma o lana Kapeneta i le vaiaso na te’a nei e fa’apea, o a lava galuega a le fono e fai, e le aia i ai le faigamalo.
 



Pavai’ai Elementary cherishes air, land and water

 

In the spirit of raising awareness within the community on how important the environment is — the American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency targets the elementary level. 

 

Pictured here are the Pavaia’i Elementary Level 2 students who have learned the importance of the three elements of the environment, which are Air, Land, and Water. 

 

The participation of these wonderful and intelligent children was amazing and it had an abundance of positive vibes. 

 



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