Samoa News February 24, 2012
Congressman Faleomavaega Eni has written to the Constitutional Accountability Center (CAC), a think tank group law firm based in Washington D.C., voicing his opposition to the group’s planned laws
House lawmakers have voiced disappointment over the absence of main government witnesses to testify before a House committee regarding the Togiola Administration’s $8 million loan for the LBJ Medi
“O se fa’afafa i luga o ua o tagata lima vaivai”
The evidence in cases which have already been prosecuted, and was ordered to be destroyed by the court, was officially disposed of by Court Marshals, with police officers present on Tuesday aftern
A University of Kentucky mosquito project, ‘Tofa Mumu’ is taking place on the island of Aunu’u at this time, with certain questions being asked in the hope that the answers— in the end— will help
PAGO PAGO, American Samoa — The American Samoa Department of Homeland Security (ASDHS) has announced that representatives from American Signal Corporation (ASC) are on island to conduct maintenan
A teacher with a private school who was placed on a five-week suspension after allegations that he inappropriately touched his female student on school grounds, is now back to work.
Utulei Beach Park at the end of the day on Monday, Feb. 20, where it was still packed with swimmers and families out to enjoy the President’s Day holiday, right up until the sun set.
(PRESS RELEASE)— Australia and American Samoa will make Gridiron history on Saturday, February 25, when the two nations meet at the Junior Oceania Bowl 2012 on the Gold Coast in Queensland.