Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga has praised the American Samoa Power Authority board of directors for that they have achieved in the last five years by producing “some good results for our people.”
Becoming a published author was always Helen Tau'au Filisi's dream.
After the closure of one of its tuna canneries, American Samoa is looking to recover by giving away tonnes of the fish to its neighbours, a move welcomed by Tokelau.
Ua taoto atu nei se fautuaga mai le afioga i le ali’i kovana o le atunu’u i le Fa’atonusili Lagolago o le Ofisa o Turisi a le malo, ina ia toe fetu’una’i e le Ofisa o Turisi le tulaga tonu e tatau
An April trip to American Samoa by eight Wahtonka Community School students saw them paint a huge mural at an open air high school cafeteria in the island territory.
Toa Samoa i Fort Bliss, El Paso Texas performed at their Asian American Pacific Island Heritage Ceremony this month. The President’s proclamation says, “This month, we celebrate Asian American and
Through a May 25 executive order, Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga has directed the flag of the United States to be flown at half-staff on May 29 - Memorial Day - until 12noon local time.
The Samoa Medical Council (S.M.C.) has revoked the medical license of a Chinese Neurologist who has been working at the hospital for 19 years claiming he “is not a certified physician” but a “tradi
In Congresswoman Aumua Amata’s 2917 Memorial Day message at the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C., she reminds us to think of history and remember those who have given so much and than