Nadi, FIJI — Emergencies are nothing new for the Pacific. Disease outbreaks, natural disasters and the effects of climate change are impacting the everyday lives of Pacific islanders.
Seattle, WASHINGTON — Mary Kay Letourneau, the Seattle elementary school teacher who was convicted of raping her sixth-grade student before she ultimately married him and
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Chief Justice Michael Kruse has declared a mistrial in the Tautua Letasi drug case, after the jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict.
Local substance abuse counselors (DHSS, CSS, EPIC, PYCD) and their trainer, Cynthia Moreno-Tuohy, of The Association of Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) and DHSS Director Muavaefaatasi John Suisala
E ui i le tele o mau fa’amaonia na fa’ailoa e le itu a le malo i luma o le vaega iloilo iuga, e lagolago ai le latou tagi fa’asaga ia Tautua Letasi, peita’i na taua e le loia a le itu tete’e, e le
LAVA SAUNIA 'AU HANDBALL TAMA'ITA'I - SAILIGA PINE YOUTH OLYMPICS
Na solofua e le afioga i le ali’i fa’amasino ia Fiti Sunia le moliaga mamafa na tu’uaia ai e le malo se tasi o Leoleo o le toese i Tafuna, ina ua le mafai e le itu a le malo ona tu’uina atu ni mau
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — A Partnership Program with the American Samoa Swimming Association, the Pala Lagoon Swimming Center and Pacific Horizons School is piloting swimming lessons as part of P
Vancouver, WA — As Tyrehl Vaivao prepared to leave American Samoa for Vancouver at the start of sixth grade, he didn’t want to leave.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — A young man from Mesepa with a long criminal history entered into a plea agreement with the government last week during court proceed