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All Blacks kick off elei fashion frenzy

They are world champions on the rugby field and now it seems the All Blacks are making their mark on another field - the fashion kind.

Business has soared for a small clothing company in Samoa since the Kiwi players were seen donning their gear last month, before the historic test against Manu Samoa in Apia.

Paying tribute to the locals, the All Blacks landed at Faleolo Airport wearing grey and white traditional elei (island print) shirts designed by the firm Eveni Carruthers.



Teena e Fualaau molimau a Ken Dalle

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Na teena e le Pulesili le Tumau o le Ofisa o Femalagaaiga ia Fagamalama Fualaau le molimau a le Pule o le Vaega a le IT a le Ofisa o le Loia Sili ia Ken Dalle sa tu’u atu i luma o le fa’amasinoga, e faapea ua fa’asa o ia ona toe alu i le Ofisa o Femalagaaiga e galue ai.
 
Ina ua fesiligia e le Fa’amasino Sili ia Michael Kruse ia Fualaau i le aso Tofi na te’a nei, pe faamaonia ua fa’asa Dalle ona toe ulufale i le Ofisa o Femalagaaiga, na tali Fualaau, “e le sa’o lena molimau.”
 



Maea "Baseball Summer League" mo fanau laiti

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Ua mae’a nei le vaega muamua o le Polokalame mo Fanau i le tuuaga o aoga, e pei ona faagasolo ai le Baseball Summer League mo fanau e 4 tausaga e oo atu i le 10 tausaga le matutua, lea na taualuga i le tufatufaina o fa’ailog i le fa’aiuga o le vaiaso na te’a nei.
 
I le taualugaina ai o lenei polokalame mo fanau laiti, na tula’i mai ai le ‘au a le Little Rascal i le siamupini, ma latou maua ai le Ipu autu o le ta’amilosaga.
 



Vets and volunteers tend to the animals of Manu’a

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This summer the Manu’a Islands were visited by Territorial Veterinarian, Dr. Brenda Smith from the Dept. of Agriculture, and a few hard-working and dedicated volunteers, who conducted free spay and neuter clinics for the dogs and cats of Fitiuta,Ta’u and Faleasao on consecutive days in mid-June.
 



Faiaoga mo le Manu 7's : Felanulanua’i finagalo a le atunu’u

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Ao sauni ai le Iuni Lakapi a Samoa e fa’alauiloa lana fa’aiuga mo se tasi e avea ma Faiaoga o le ‘au ta’ito’a 7 a le Manu Samoa i le vaiaso nei, ua fa’aalia ai finagalo eseese o ni isi o paaga a le ‘au ta’ito’a 7 a Samoa i se tasi latou te manatu e talafeagai mo le avanoa.
 



THS senior competes at mainland football camps

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THS senior competes at mainland football camps
 
Local high school standout football player Frederick Mauigoa from Tafuna High School, who will be a senior this coming school year, has been making waves on the football field stateside recently, competing at various football combines across the US with some of the best high school players in the nation.
 



KRUSE: O ai la lea ua pepelo i le Fa’amasinoga?

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E leai se kopi o le “Look Out List” na maua e sui o le Fa’amasinoga i le taeao o le Aso Tofi, ina ua poloa’i e le Fa’amasino Sili le Masela o le Fa’amasinoga e alu e aumai se kopi o le Lisi mai le Ofisa o Femalagaaiga.
 



Fia vaai Kruse i latou na aumaia Maiava i le atunuu

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Ua poloaina e le Fa’amasino Sili ia Michael Kruse le aami o i latou uma sa talosagaina pemita e ulufale mai ai Pelenato Maiava i le teritori, ina ia auai i le isi iloiloga lea ua fa’atulaga e faia i le aso 26 Aokuso 2015.
 



ASCC research aims to improve taro crop

Scientists still cannot explain the 1993 arrival in these islands of the taro leaf blight, a leaf disease caused by a fungus, but once here, it quickly spread by wind and rain to all of American Samoa and Samoa, decimating all the traditional varieties of taro grown here at the time. Fortunately, disease-resistant varieties of taro from Asia and other parts of the Pacific were subsequently introduced to all of Samoa to replace the traditional varieties, but research continues in pursuit of new species of taro ideally suited to our unique environment.



Local Head Start gets $2.3 million grant

Source: Media Realse, Aumua Amata's office

Congresswoman Aumua Amata, announced that U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) has awarded a $2.3 million dollar grant for American Samoa’s Head Start Program.
 



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