The Chairman of the National Council of Churches, Reverend Le’aupepe Kasiano Le’aupepe, has vehemently denied claims he visited Satapuala on an order from Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malieleg
Workers contacted by Samoa News/Le Lali staff had mixed reactions to federal legislation passed this week by the US House to delay the next minimum wage increase until 2015. The bill, which origi
Valeria Saena Tuia, Acting Officer in Charge of Genetic Resources at the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) Centre for Pacific Crops and Trees (CePaCT) explained that nothing demonstrates
N.Z. TRAVEL WHOLESALERS SPENT ONE-DAY IN PAGO PAGO
High-yield cross-bred taro at The Centre for Pacific Crops and Trees (CePaCT) in Fiji, where it is returned for virus testing before redistribution to Pacific communities.
The 11th Festival of Pacific Arts just ended in the Solomon Islands on July 14, 2012 and the American Samoa participants returned home earlier this week.
The week long annual American Samoa District Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Summer Camp ends today at the Fatu O Aiga Parish ground in Ottoville with over 150 Boy Scouts taking part.
Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources (DMWR) Coral Reef Ecologist Ben Carroll has voiced his concern over the shark population as well as some species of reef fish in the territory, due to l
With voter registration for the primary closed, many folks will be marking absentee ballots soon for that election.
CAIRO (AP) -- The first online statement from the new leader of al-Qaida's affiliate in Iraq claims that the militant network is returning to str