The Samoa government is renewing its efforts to promote the Samoan language. It is doing this through a proposal for a bilingual curriculum in schools and plans to teach
No time for Aqua Zumba? Got cut from the NFL? Want to do your feau's & keep that muscle tone in the triceps & tummy?
SSG. Mamea of the US ARMY Recruting Station joined 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders at Manumalo School for morning PT, as part of their Veterans Day Program earlier this month.
The Department of Health (DOH) Immunization Program conducted an immunization (flu shots/phenomena shots and hepatitis A) outreach last Saturday in front of the KFC malae and in Faga'alu Park, whic
Operation Kurukuru 2011, a coordinated maritime surveillance operation in which the countries of the Pacific region cooperated to detect, deter and eliminate activities such as illegal, unregulated
On the far west side of O’ahu which people have long associated with crime, homelessness, substance abuse, poverty and negativity, a new program has taken root that is reconnecting Hawaiian studen
The Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources is on the hunt for rubbish— yours, mine and ours.
History is being made at this time here in the territory, as the computer technology company, Visucate, which provides computer technology (software and hardware), curriculum and Funding Services
Sen. Amituana’i Eteuati Sr. passed away over the weekend at LBJ Medical Center. He was 78 years old, according to his son Rep. Vailoata Eteuati Amituana’i Jr.
Lt. Governor Faoa Aitofele Sunia and Taufete’e John Faumuina officially announced their candidacy for Governor and Lieutenant Governor in the 2012 general elections, last Friday, Nov.