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Fa’atulaga aso fa’amasinoga autu o ali’i e to’afa mai le Aute

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O le aso 20 Setema 2016 lea ua fa’amautuina e le Fa’amasinoga Maualuga e fa’ataunu’u aloaia ai le fa’amasinoga autu o ali’i e to’afa mai le Aute, lea o lo o tu’uaia i le fa’alavelave lea na tafana ai le Ofisa o Leoleo i Leone i le masina o Novema 2014.
 



Chief of Customs says ‘no special treatment’ for hefes

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Chief of Customs Moetului Sipili Fuiava says that there is no ‘special treatment’ for certain politicians and cabinet members — or anyone at all — as far as paying mandated duty charges on imported vehicles.
 



Community Briefs

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LADY NAOMI BACK IN THE WATER AFTER UNDERGOING REPAIRS

 

After spending nearly two weeks on the slipway at the local shipyard in Satala, the freshly painted and recently repaired MV Lady Naomi set sail for the independent state of Samoa last Friday afternoon.

 



ANZ names Joanne Rasmussen as Country Manager American Samoa

Source: Media Release, ANZ Bank

ANZ has announced Rasmussen as Country Manager American Samoa, reporting to CEO American Territories, John Wade. Rasmussen, originally from Samoa, will transition to Pago Pago to take up the role over the next month from her current role as Chief Operating Officer ANZ Samoa based in Apia. She replaces Sean Stratton who has been acting in the role since November last year.
 
Wade said he was pleased to have such a strong pool of talent in the Pacific from which ANZ could source a senior leader.
 



Fa’afetaia Fa’asao Malisi le agalelei o Ben & Norma Angoco

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O meaalofa, taumafataga, atoa ai ma le agaga o le fa’afetai, o ni isi ia o vaega sa mafai ona fa’atinoina e sui o le Ausiva a Fa’asao Malisi i le aso Faraila na te’a nei, e avea o se auala e tali atu ai i le agalelei o le susuga a Ben Angoco ma lona faletua ia Norma Iuli-Angoco, ona o le agalelei ma le alofa sa laua fa’atinoina mo le au malaga a Amerika Samoa, sa i ai i le Fa’aaliga lona 12 o Tu ma Aganu’u a le Pasefika i Guam i le masina o Me ma Iuni ua mavae atu.
 



Tala otooto o Fa’amasinoga

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SAMUELU WRIGHT
 
O le ali’i e to’atolu i ai i latou ua ta’usala e le fa’amasinoga maualuga i le fa’alavelave lea na o latou osofaia fa’amalosi ai le faleoloa o le Gold Conda i Fa’aagalu i le masina o Me 2014, ua ia finau i le fa’amasinoga maualuga ina ia toe tofia se isi ana loia fautua na te fautuaina o ia, ma ia toe fa’atulaga se isi ana fa’amasinoga autu fou, ae fa’aleaoga lana fa’amasinoga autu lea ua ta’usala ai o ia i le moliaga o le faomea i le tulaga muamua.



Siva tele a le Manu’atele - Laumua o le Segaula

O le aso 22 o Iulai lea ua faamoemoe ai se siva tele a tama ma teine tuai sa a’oa’oina i le Aoga Maualuga a Manu’a, mo sa latou sailiga selenei.
 



Samoa police allege signs of foul play in Jeanine's death

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There are signs of foul play in the case of Jeanine Tuivaiki, a Fa’afafine who was found hanging at a Church Hall in Taufusi, alleged to have committed suicide, says Samoa Police Spokesperson, Maotaoalii Kaioneta Kitiona during a press conference on Thursday. He stated that the police are treating this as a homicide until proven otherwise. He also called on members of the public in Samoa asking anyone with information regarding this incident to please come forward.
 



Local author publishes second novella

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Local writer and former US Army soldier, Lynn Pulou Alaimalo has published her second novella entitled Pintail Foundation and now she is seeking the public’s assistance in reviewing her short story.
 
Pintail Foundation, a 108-page book published by Molioleava Books on June 1, is the second part of the Aiga Series, which “tells the imagined story of Mr. Tala and his family from the village of Futi in the Samoan archipelago, far out in the South Pacific.”



Free vision screening for children to be offered in August

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A less commonly known fact is that some children who struggle in the classroom, or any learning environment, could have vision problems that go undetected for years.
 
The good news is, MyVision Eye Center and Optical is once again taking the lead, through the “3rd Annual Free Vision Screening”, scheduled for August 1-31 at the MHJ Building in Pago Pago.
 



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