Ua maea nei ona fausia le talita fou a le Iuni Lakapi a Amerika Samoa, e pei ona faalauiloa ai i le vaiaso na te’a nei a’o toe tolu ai vaiaso maea le taamilosaga o loo faagasolo ta’i to’a 15 o loo
Ua fa’ailoa mai e le Associated Press, ua laina tutusa nei Isaraelu, Ausetalia ma Aikupito ma le malo o Afakanisitana i le fa’atulagaga fou ua fa’aigoaina: “UO AE LE SE TOTINO O LE NATTO” o se fea
Of the 72 senior citizens who were scheduled to be laid off last week from the Territorial Administration on Aging (TAOA) employment program,TAOA Director Fa’afiti Tauanu’u said not all will be l
On Washington's rugged Pacific coast, the Quinault Indian Nation has depended on salmon for thousands of years.
Fans of the Telesa Trilogy book series will be happy to hear that the author will be in Samoa for the local release of the second book in the trilogy — “When Water Burns”.
Scientists don’t generally look at the bright side. For one thing, it’s not scientific.
“While I was walking, I cried because this was the first time I was taken by someone like this with a gun in her hand. She pointed it towards the back of my head.
Staying afloat in a pool is very different than staying safe in the ocean, Bruckner Chase said during an ocean awareness program this past weekend near his hometown of Ocean City, MD .
CAIRO (AP) -- Egypt's newly elected President Mohammed Morsi is locked in conflict with the powerful military over whether the country's legislat
Samoa News July 09, 2012