Washington, DC — A combined $2 million in federal funds is being made available to American Samoa for security purposes in three different preparedness grants through the U.S.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The official Flag Day program for Flag Day 2019 is expected to be released Tuesday, and the Governor’s Office has received confirmation for off-island VIPs, whi
Apia, SAMOA — The Ministry of Commerce Industry and Labour (MCIL) is holding off any official statement on the recent death of an electrical linesman, until a full rep
Apia, SAMOA — Three officials from the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are in Samoa this week to train information technology workers in the police and other government ministries to fight
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The start of the procession of worshipers — several of them carrying palm branches — at the Holy Family Parish in Fatuoaiga, on Palm Sunday, Apr.
AETO IS SUBMERGED — VILLAGE SUPPORT IS STRONG AS EVER: The Aeto from Pago Pago was partially submerged under water prior to the start of last Saturday's Flag Day 2019 Fautasi Race.
LIFE JACKETS FOR THE MATASAUA II CREWMEMBERS — Crew members of the Matasaua II being thrown life jackets from the Manu'atele after their fautasi took on water during the 2019 Flag Day Fautasi Race.
The God is Great a.k.a. Fono fautasi, broke in half during the 2019 Flag Day Fautasi Race this past Saturday.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The Paepaeulupo'o from Aua village are officially the 2019 Flag Day fautasi champions.
E le o fa'avaivai le sasa'a o finagalo, aua ua iloga o le Fautasi Samoa, e na'o Samoa lava o lo'o latou fa'aauauina lea agaifanua, o lo'o faia fo'i tu'uga e pei ona manatu i ai tua'a ia mavae, ia m