E ui o lea ua tu’uina mai le tali a le pulega o le Fa’alapotopotoga o le Eletise ma le Suavai (ASPA), e uiga i le mataupu na mafua ai ona faaalu a latou tupe e totogi ai faasalalauga i luga o le Sa
O le ali’i lea na ulufale fa’amalosi i totonu o se fale a se tasi o lona aiga i Amaluia ma ave fa’agaoi ni mea aoga, ua tu’ua’ia nei e le malo i moli’aga mamafa e lua, o le talepe fale i le tulaga
O le Aso Lulu o le vaiaso ua mavae, na tu lau'ele'ele ai i laufanua o Amerika Samoa ia le fa'ili ta'uta'ua o le Te Vaka, lea o lo o aofia ai ni isi o alo o Samoa.Na mafai ona asia e le Te Vaka ni i
O le fa’atupulaia ai o amioga le tau pulea a nisi o fanau aoga o le atunuu, na fautuaina ai e se tasi o tama le alii kovana i luga o lana polokalama...
The Return of the Toa Cage Fights is now officially on the record books after its successful Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) event held last Friday night at the Tafuna High School gymnasium that saw a cro
The American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) Girls Varsity Volleyball Champions, the Samoana Sharks had a barbecue this past Saturday at the the Utulei Beach Park to celebrate their
I would like to highly commend and laud the Deputy Commissioner and the entire Police Force for the daring and hazardous raid that was well executed and conducted in the
The low-lying Pacific Islands are more vulnerable to climate change than other parts of the world and have been pushing for strong action for more than 2 decades.
The United Nations regional human rights chief has hailed 2011 as a “significant year” for Pacific achievements with all outstanding national reviews being completed.
Tonga’s second contingent of 55 soldiers returned home after six-month tour of duty in Afghanistan and was greeted by happy families at the Fua'amotu International Airpor