Ua fa’atalitali nei le pulega o le Falema’i a le atunu’u i Faga’alu, le LBJ i se fa’aiuga e tu’uina mai e sui o le vaega a le CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services), e tusa ai o le latou
Ua talosagaina e le afioga i le ali’i kovana ia Lolo Matalasi Moliga ta’ita’i o le Fono Faitulafono, mo se avanoa e faia ai iloiloga fa’anatinati mo ni isi o Fa’atonusili filifilia a le malo, ona o
ANASITASIA IOANE AVEA MA PAILATE US MARINES
“O ai”, o le fesili toe tuli tatao atu lea a Meki i le sui o lana vaega lea o loo la talanoa i luga o le uaealesi, “Se o le teineititi pologa o Ianeta lea ua matou mauaina i se vaega o le vaomatua,
As the Lolo and Lemanu Administration begins its second four-year term at the helm of government, Gov.
Hospital’s Chief Executive Officer, Taufete’e John Faumuina welcomes the “unannounced” visit by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) officials, who arrived a week ago Friday night.
If all goes as planned, high school students in the Manu’a Islands will be producers, publishers, and even authors before the end of the year.
CHAMBER VOTES IN NEW EXECUTIVE BOARD
Last Saturday morning South Pacific Watersports (SPW) held the 4th TRI for your LIFE triathlon, which is done twice a year in January and July concurrently was the Special Olympics first ever swim