Samoa News February 23, 2012
The University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo International Student Association held their International Nights 2012 this past weekend at the UH Hilo Performing Arts Center.
Sixteen Longliner mariners have just completed two weeks of training for U.S. Masters operating in the American Samoa Longline Fishery.
The World Health Organisation’s office in Fiji says the majority of deaths suspected to have resulted from flooding in the Western division, are likely to be from leptospirosis.
The Pacific’s technical advisory body, the Secretariat of the Pacific Community, is being urged to listen to the views of the region’s communities on seabed mining.
Attorney Afoa Leulumoega Su’esu’e Lutu yesterday declared he is running for Governor of American Samoa in the coming general election.
The Attorney General’s Office is in the process of collecting all the items that were used at the Independent prosecutor’s office when it was set up in 2009.
Ua pasia e le Maota Maualuga i le taeao ananafi sa latou iugafono e faavae ai se Komiti Suesue a le Senate (SSIC), e gafa ma le iloiloina o mataupu tau tupe ma gaioiga a le malo, lea e le o manino
The Financial Aid Office at the American Samoa Community College (ASCC) has recently taken steps to clarify a change in the federal student aid policy for the current 2011-2012 academic year in or
The Senate yesterday passed a resolution to establish a Senate Investigating Committee (SSIC), when all Senators attending yesterday’s morning’s session voted yes.