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Ta’ita’iga Lelei e le Fa’afeagaiga: Tikeri Doctorate of Philosophy
 
O le vaiaso na muamua atu i le sisigafu’a sa fa’ailoa ai le agaga fiafia o le EFKAS i Amouli ina ua fa’au’u mai le latou fa’afeagaiga ia Rev. Leatulagi Fa’alevao ma le Tikeri maualuga “Doctrate of Philosophy” mai le Pasters Training College i Suva, Fiji.
 



No complaints on Flag Day food voucher program

a translation

While there are still a lot of people disappointed with the Flag Day Committee’s decision on the fautasi race results after Monday’s race, there are no complaints about the Lolo Administration’s distribution of $5 food vouchers to everyone attending — enabling them to get a free food plate from one of the many food vendors on Flag Day at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
 



Tala otooto mai le Fa’amasinoga

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FAUTUA FA’AMASINOGA I SE ALI’I E FA’ATINO ONA TIUTE FA’AMATUA
 
E 30 aso lea ua tu’u atu e le fa’amasinoga maualuga i se ali’i e fa’atino ai ona tiute fa’amatua, e ala i le sailiina lea o sana galuega e totogi ai le tupe e tausi ai lona atali’i, afai e leai, o le a tu’uina atu loa o ia i le falepuipui mo le a’oa’oina o se lesona taua mo lona olaga.
 



UAEALESI MOSOOI A LE FAFIGE FAIKAKALA

FA’AI’U PUTA TUUGA FAUTASI O LENEI TAUSAG
 



Court Report

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THREE MEMBERS OF DON BOSCO TEAM HELD BACK, CHARGED WITH RAPE
 
A Don Bosco teacher Vaega Anderson and two students Falesefulu Susuga and Nomani Tepa made their initial appearances in District Court yesterday and each are held on bail of $100,000.
 



Senator Galea’i: looking for “one honest man” to enter the governor’s race

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Although a staunch supporter of the Lolo and Lemanu camp in the 2012 gubernatorial race, the very outspoken Sen. Galeai Tu’ufuli is looking for someone who is honest, who has the guts to stand up for the people and practice transparency as a candidate for governor in the next general election.
 
Galeai’s comments come at a time when many in the community, including those in the public sector, have started talking about the 2016 gubernatorial race and possible candidates for governor.
 



Chairman of local Democratic Party, Aliimau “JR” Scanlan, passes away

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Democratic National Committeeman and current Chairman of the American Samoa Democratic Party, former Director of the Department of Commerce in American Samoa; Chief of Staff for over two decades for former congressmen Faleomavaega Eni; lifelong musician and member of the Lions Club, Ali’imau Herbert Joseph Scanlan Jr. of Fagatogo — “JR” to his wide group of friends and large extended family — passed away in Seattle earlier this month with family and friends at his side.
 



StarKist, NFI urge updated FDA advice on seafood consumption

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StarKist Inc., along with the National Fisheries Institute (NFI) and others in the fishing industry, have urged the federal government for a clear and compelling advisory to ensure maximum health benefits of seafood consumption for young children, and women who are pregnant and breast feeding.
 
Local and off island industry sources told Samoa News that amending and updating the FDA advice “is crucial to the U.S. fishing and cannery industries, as they are faced with stiff global competition. Adopting new changes would increase sales for the canneries.”



E le o solomuli lava Senate i le mataupu i le ‘payouts’

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E le o malolo lava le Komiti o le Fa’agaioiga o le malo a le Senate, mo le finauina o le mataupu e fa’atatau i penefiti (payouts) sa totogi atu i sui o le nofoaiga a Togiola ma Faoa ua mavae atu nei.
 



Musu le ali’i o lo o molia e talanoa i leoleo

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E le i mana’o le ali’i o lo o tu’uaia i lona faia o uiga mataga i ni tama’ita’i laiti se to’alua e talanoa i leoleo, ina ua fesiligia o ia e leoleo i le vaiaso na te’a nei e tusa ai o tu’uaiga ua faia fa’asaga ia e ia.
 



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