Apia, SAMOA — The video that has been going viral on Facebook shows the head coach of the American Samoa Women's Rugby Team lunging towards a player’s neck during a heated discussion.
O le aufaipese lea a le DHSS na latou usuina vi'iga e lua o le sauniga fa'afetai i le aso Faraile ua te’a, aua ua taliu mai ma le manuia le siiga ma'i a Kovana Lolo Matalasi Moliga.
SAUNIGA FA'AFETAI - TO'AI I FANUA KOVANA LOLO I LE MANUIA
E ui o lea ua talia e le Faamasinoga Maualuga le talosaga a se ali’i Loia o loo tu’uaia i lona ave fa’agaoi o se vaega tupe e silia i le $121,000 mai le Faalapotopotoga o le Hope Dialysis Center, e
Sibiu, Romania — Growing up on Savaii in Western Samoa, Staff Sgt. Sapa Taala, 47, dreamed of joining the U.S. Army. He vividly remembers the moment he knew he wanted to enlist.
Faga’itua High School Class of 1988 came from all over to celebrate its 31st class reunion and July 4th party in Seattle, Washington. The memorable event was filled with fun activities, games, tou
Apia, SAMOA — An athletes' lounge and breakout area has been set-up for those competing at the 2019 Pacific Games here as part of the "Voices of the Athletes" (VoA) program launched by the Oceania
United Nations, NEW YORK CITY — Samoa's deputy prime minister has told the UN that a quarter of Pacific islanders live below the poverty line, many going without the most basic of needs.
TOLAUAPI AUTALAVOU EFKAS I FAGAITUA - IULAI 11 - 13
Nuku'alofa, TONGA — The one year reign of a Tongan beauty queen has been wiped from the record books in retaliation for her speech at last week's crowning ceremony.