Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — In two cases held over from December, Police Commissioner Le’i Sonny Thompson and former KHJ Radio reporter Tauva Esera were ordered by District Court Judge Fit
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The local Department of Education is adding one more week to the current school year after public schools were closed for 8 school days before and after Tropical Storm G
E foliga mai o le ‘ava malosi le fa’apogai o le tele o solitulafono eseese o lo o mafua ai ona molia ni isi o tagatanu’u ma tutula’i ai i luma o le Fa’amasinoga.
Ua faamaonia mai e le Komesina o Leoleo le toe maua o al’i pagota e to’alua na sosola ese mai i le toese i Tafuna i le 2 vaiaso talu ai, ma ua toe taofia nei i laua i se nofoaga faapitoa ina ia tao
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Alcohol continues to be a contributing factor to many of the new cases involving public peace disturbance that come before the District Court for initial appearances.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Continued decline in population for some insular areas means a loss of federal monies, which are awarded based on population count, according to the US Departme
WANGANUI, 21 February 2018 — Speaking on the second anniversary of Tropical Cyclone Winston, and having just faced the brunt of Cyclone Gita in New Zealand, Paul Bayly former Permanent Secretary fo