Samoa News Saturday, June 29, 2013
The American Samoa Track and Field/Athletic (ASTFA) Team recently returned from the Oceania competition held in Papeete, Tahiti on June 9, where 22 island nations were represented including Austral
National HIV/AIDS testing week concludes today. This means today is the last day for local residents to receive free HIV/AIDS testing at the Department of Health compound in Fagaalu.
A space ship that blasted off this week from a small South American country that most of us probably can’t locate on a map is destined to revolutionize telecommunication and internet services for p
Michael McDonald and his wife Paula Stevenson McDonald are awaiting approval from the government for their business license, says Department of Commerce Deputy Director, Lelei Peau, the department
Department of Public Safety Commissioner William Haleck is dismissing allegations that Arthur 'Afa' Christopher Blake was assaulted inside the Tafuna Correctional Facility, in response to Samoa New
The Fatu-O-Aiga Hope House will be holding their fund raising golf tournament tomorrow and will also bid farewell to the Most Reverend Bishop Vaopunimatagi John Quinn Weitzel, who heads the Diocese
A former police officer, John Tialavea is being held behind bars on $20,000 bail, on charges of first degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon, both felonies.
Federal prosecutors have declined to comment directly on a federal court ruling which dismissed the citizenship lawsuit filed by five American Samoans and a California based organization.
The police in Samoa are hunting for three prisoners including a female inmate who left Tafaigata prison to spend time with her family last weekend but has not return.The woman, Punaotala Sakai, is