Pacific Island nations are going into the 11th session of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission in Samoa from Monday with a clear message to Asian, European and American countries th
HONOLULU – Twenty-one people are safe after being rescued from a burning boat 230 miles south of Jarvis Island, Saturday.
Na taua e le afioga i le tama'ita'i faipule ia Vui Florence Saulo e fa'apea, o le fa'afitauli e pei ona tula'i mai i le tuai lea ona kilia le pasese a le va'a mai Samoa, le Lady Naomi i le vaiaso n
E toe fa’atalofa atu i le aufaitau i lenei aso, faamoemoe sa outou maua se vaiaso manuia i feau ma tiute masani, ae alo mai loa, o le toe sosooina lenei o le tatou talafaasolo lea na gata mai i
O ALAI’ASA I FALEFA MA LANA TOGA
AISEA E FA'ATAUA AI LE MATAUPU I LE LADY NAOMI?
A Fisheries Working Group Task Force (FWGTF) has been established within the Commerce Department to discuss a plan of action and recommendations for the governor’s consideration to address a possib
After nearly four decades on Capitol Hill, American Samoa’s longest serving congressional delegate, Congressman Faleomavaega Eni was bid farewell by his colleagues and friends at a reception on Cap
Lt. Gov. Lemanu Peleti Mauga spoke Friday at a luncheon hosted by Tri Marine International at its Samoa Tuna Processors (STP) Inc., facility in Atu’u.
More than 20 representatives and officials of Pacific island countries as well as a U.S. Commerce Department official were welcomed Friday, Nov. 28 during an ava ceremony at Utulei Beach.