Samoa News December 20, 2011
Senate President Gaoteote Tofau Palaie has outlined five “alternative approaches” to address LBJ Medical Center’s financial woes, and the measures will be formally considered by the Senate when th
The Commerce Department is proposing a major overhaul to local statute dealing with business licenses and business license fees and the Chamber of Commerce has been asked to provide feedback befor
First Lady Mary Ann Tulafono has called for everyone in the community to do their part in fighting non communicable diseases, such as diabetes, which has been declared by those in the health profe
Papua New Guinea's political crisis appears to have ended, with the nation's civil service, armed forces and newly restored governor-general all lining up behind Prime Minister Peter O'Neill.But Si
An international crime syndicate headed by Colombians allegedly bribed the Speaker of the Tongan Parliament as part of a plot to import tonnes of cocaine into Australia.The Herald can reveal an Aus
Samoa’s Law Reform Commission office has received reference from the prime minister and the Attorney General to review the need for a body to regulate the local media and to make recommendations.Th
The campaign by Pacific Civil Society against experimental seabed mining in the Pacific has been boosted by growing international support.
The American Samoa Softball Association Holiday Fast Pitch League 2011 got underway this past Saturday morning with an opening ceremony at the Tony Solaita Baseball Field in Tafuna, with eight tea
The Court has ruled in favour of TupuolaLuiIosefo in a dispute over the paramount chiefly title Matā’afa, of Amaile, Aleipata.