There were over 50 high school girls at the Department of Youth and Women’s Affairs (DYWA) gymnasium in Pago Pago, participating in the first day of the Troy and Theodora Polamalu Foundation’s Fa’a
E ui ua tapunia aloaia le sailiga tupe sa fa’atautaia e le Komiti Fa’afoe o Ta’aloga a le Olimipeka i Amerika Samoa (ASNOC) mo le auina atu o au ta’aalo a le atunu’u i Ta’aloga a le Pasefika i Papu
(l-r) Leifiloa Tanoi Felise, Interior Assistant Secretary for Insular Affairs Esther Kia'aina, Salamasina Satele, and Magdalene (Lina) Petaia.
in the Capital of American Samoa, Pago Pago (684) 633-2353 or 733-4886. [06/25]
American Airlines says it’s committed to providing a safe and pleasant travel experience for all of its customers, but would not comment on the specifics of a lawsuit filed against the Texas-based
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The House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Indian, Insular & Alaska Native Affairs conducted a hearing in Washington last week entitled, Examining Procedures Regarding Puerto Rico’s Political
Concerns about last minute fundraising to send local athletes to the XV Pacific Games was the subject of discussion at last week’s government cabinet meeting, with the
With the removal of it’s “high risk” designation by the U.S.
[E toe fa’atalofa atu i paaga masani a le tatou polokalame i lenei fo’i vaiaso, malo le soifua laulelei, malo fo’i le onosa’i, ae o le toe sosooina lenei o le tato