Local businessman and now gubernatorial candidate Tim Jones chose the 4th of July to officially declare his candidacy for the top government job in the territory, as he led a caravan — which inclu
When the Fono convenes next week to start the 4th Regular Session of the 32rd Legislature, one of the issues expected to be tackled by lawmakers is to seek more information on the new revenue the
The trial division of the High Court has taken under advisement a preliminary injunction by the government against the Bank of Hawai’i, over the case of Honolulu-based shipyard operator Marisco Lt
The government has moved for the High Court to grant their motion for Summary Judgment and dismiss with prejudice a lawsuit against the government filed by Punamai Tuitele following the execution
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman Faleomavaega reports that with the passage of H.R. 4348, the Surface Transportation Extension Act of 2012, the U.S.
The Marshall Islands ambassador to Washington says a group of American doctors will provide medical services to the country for the first time early next year.
Ole tama poto e fiafia ai le tama!! We would like to recognize our very own graduate, Doreen Talisala Togilau Taula'i for having accomplishing one of her educational achievement.
The Samoa Government has vowed to continue with plans for a hospital to be constructed in Satapuala, opposite the Faleolo International Airport, despite opposition from the village of Satapuala.
“People will start to save money to play in the Casinos instead of feeding their families.
O le Aso Gafua o le vaiaso fou lea ua faamoemoe e tatala aloaia ai le toe tauaofiaga a le Fono Faitulafono i lona Nofoaiga lona 32.