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Afioga e,  Ua lagona le faanoanoa, ina ua outou faamaonia o le senatoa fou mai Fitiuta, Faleasao, ma Ta'ū.  Ua outou lē amana'ia ai le mana'o tupito ona tāua o le Faavae: ia filifili faaleaganuu faipule o le Maota Maualuga.  E manino lelei upu o le Faavae, Vaega II, Maga 4, "E filifilia faipule o...
Dear Editor, Good heavens. I just read the article about the proposed bill which seeks to increase the salaries of the members of the Senate and House. Is this some kind of joke? Here is a body of government who only works a total of 90 days a year (two 45-day sessions). How can they justify such...
Dear Editor, We would like too commend and recognize the ASG Social Service-Adoption Agency, our ASG Judicial System, and Mrs. IsaLei Iuli for their professionalism, dedication and concern for the adopted child, adoptive parents, the biological parents; and, how they make sure that all is done with...
Dear Editor: While driving to and from the eastern side of Tutuila Island, my humble heart beats rapidly when I come across the huge boulders hanging from above the main road of the mountain coastal edges at Laulii, Alega, Auto, and Amouli. Sad to say that the heavy boulders could discharge anytime...
LONDON (AP) — Bickering in the Oval Office. Shouting at the Houses of Parliament. Rioting on the Champs-Elysees. It’s a chaotic moment for the countries that have long underpinned the global order, a time of instability for the balance of power that has reigned for decades. Across the world,...
Washington, D.C. — This is a tough time to be a federal scientist—or any civil servant in the federal government. The Trump administration is clamping down on science, denying dangerous climate change and hollowing out the workforces of the agencies charged with protecting American health, safety...
Hagåtña, GUAM — Wherever in the world you’re reading this we share a backyard—our ocean. In fact, we humans share nothing so completely, or as vast, as the ocean. Here in the Pacific Islands, the ocean is life. For thousands of years it has provided food, dictated the weather, and served as the...
So people can understand the situation, a little historical context needs to be provided. Sometime I believe in the 1960s DOI set up what was called an Interagency Council that would coordinate the application of federal regulations and grants to American Samoa through the DOI. If one recalls the...
I am a bull from the year of the pig I was born from volcanoes and scrubbed in the salt of the Pacific, shaped by the unknown   White clouds from colder weather pollinated a sultry land       and like seafaring coconuts my siblings and I were scattered, transplanted on various soils, involuntarily...
 the Okeanos Explorer
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer ‘America’s Ship for Ocean Exploration’ mission scientists, in recognition of unprecedented leadership in advancing science and engineering in the US Pacific Territories, have named a newly discovered submarine geologic feature — "Utu Seamount...

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