Ads by Google Ads by Google

Local News

Customs Office will be sending later this month selected customs officers to attend off island training in preparation for the Rapi-Scan scanners to be installed at the territory’s port of entries, with the X-ray equipment arriving next month, according to Chief Customs Officer, Moetulu’i Fuiava,...
The American Samoa Legal Aid Executive Director Fainu’ulelei L.P.F.  Ala’ilima-Utu has announced that ASLA recently received $426,296 from a Bank of America settlement for distribution involving U.S states and territories.  The BOA settlement funds are to be used for foreclosure prevention legal...
A man accused of possessing a handgun and drugs allegedly found during a traffic stop has entered a not guilty plea to several charges before the High Court where he is scheduled to appear again for another hearing on Oct. 25, 2016. Tao Liu, an Asian man, is facing eleven charges including...
Mrs. Okenaisa Fauolo-Manila (center), Director of the ASCC Samoan Studies Institute, is seen here during the 2016 Samoan Language Symposium, which took place in Hawaii in mid-August. Joining her are (l-r) Mr. Setiro Paul (Chuukese Language Educator),Mr. Grant Muagututi'a (UH Manoa Lecturer in Samoan Language), Fauolo-Manila, Mrs. Deborah Nikolao-Stanley (Hawaii Elementary Samoan Language Teacher) and Tapaau Dr. Dan Aga (Director of ASG Political Status, Constitutional Review and Federal Elections Office).
Mrs. Okenaisa Fauolo-Manila, Director of the Samoan Studies Institute (SSI) at the American Samoa Community College (ASCC) provided one of the keynote addresses during the 2016 Samoan Language Symposium, which took place on Friday and Saturday, August 12th and 13th, in Hālau o Haumea of the...
American Samoa Community College (ASCC) student Miss Vaimalu Vaiau, 24, who currently serves as Vice President of the ASCC Alpha Epsilon Mu chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society, spent 10 weeks over the summer in the nation’s capital as an intern with the organization Asian American Pacific...
[SN file photo]
After the 10a.m. regular sessions in both the Senate and House today, the Fono Joint Budget Committee will convene to start finalizing the language of the American Samoa Government’s proposed fiscal year 2017 budget. The joint committee was initially set to review it yesterday but unforeseen...
The Fono has expedited a request by Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga for an approved resolution to address part of American Samoa’s corrective action plan which allocates $2.5 million annually in an American Samoa Government subsidy for the airport following a US Federal Aviation Administration land use...
Crewmembers aboard the research vessel Robert C. Seamans perform their scientific duties at sea. The vessel, described as a "sailing laboratory," will hold an open house for the general public this Saturday, September 17th, from 9 to 11 a.m., and from 12 to 3 p.m.  [courtesy photo]
Can you imagine a sailing laboratory? Are you interested in learning about how science is done at sea? Then this is your chance to visit a floating laboratory that is in Pago Pago harbor right now! The Sailing School Vessel (SSV) Robert C. Seamans is offering free tours of their vessel to the...
An American Samoan man, accused by federal agents of “threatening to kill” flight attendants, faces up to 20 years in prison when sentenced next January for interfering with the flight crew of a Hawaiian Airlines flight from Pago Pago to Honolulu, according to the plea agreement, which became...
The Fono has officially approved an Administration bill, which amends three provisions of local tax laws — including the current corporate tax rate that ASG Treasurer Uelinitone Tonumaipea told lawmakers is the “second” highest rate in the world. The Fono’s final approval came last week Tuesday...

Pages