Thousands of Pacific Telecommunications Conference attendees gather this week for workshops, meetings, negotiations and libations (above at the Tapa Bar) at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, Waikiki, Hawaii.  Representatives from both Samoas, and neighboring Pacific Islands and associated cable/satellite entities are participating in the event. [Photo: Barry Markowitz]
Third grader Jadyn Craig stands in front of her science project entitled "Spicy Hot Remover" last Friday during her school's science fair competition at the Home of the Flames last Friday. The judging panel included Donna Gurr of the Dept. of Education, Veronica Vaouli of ASPA and Isabelle Gaoteote of NOAA's National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa . [Photo: Blue Chen-Fruean]
The ASCC General Assembly this past Friday to begin the spring 2017 semester included the official installation of Dr. Rosevonne Makaiwi Pato (second right) as the College's new President. Dr. Pato is seen here receiving congratulations from (left to right) Adult Education, Literacy and Extended Learning Director Mr. Tauvela Fale, newly appointed Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs Dr. Lina Galea'i Scanlan, and Vice President of Administrative Services Dr. Mikaele Etuale. (Photo: J. Kneubuhl)
Hawaiki Submarine Cable and its main supplier, TE SubCom, say they have completed the survey of the cable’s 14,000km route and the project remains on schedule for completion in mid-2018. However plans to connect to a number of Pacific Islands are yet to be confirmed. Hawaiki’s route map shows landfalls in Hawaii, New Caledonia, Fiji, Tonga and American Samoa, but the company says: “Hawaiki will...

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Hawaiki Submarine Cable and its main supplier, TE SubCom, say they have completed the survey of the cable’s 14,000km route and the project remains on schedule for completion in mid-2018. However plans to connect to a number of Pacific Islands are yet to be confirmed. Hawaiki’s route map shows...
January 17, 2017

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