Aiga Malosi Repat 3 in a group photo
Aiga Malosi Repat 3 spending their last night together at the Tradewinds Hotel Thursday night. Dr. Fiona Traills and Dr. Cecilia Alailima announced that all 221 Repats from the 4th Repatriation Flight have all received NEGATIVE results from all the Covid-19 tests, the last of which was administered Thursday afternoon.They are returning home to their families today — Tradewinds doors and gates open at 7 a.m. Malo onosa’i Aiga Malosi Repat 3. [courtesy photo]
two cars at side of road with damage
Several police officers, along with two ambulances were at the scene of this traffic accident near the Avau area, around 1:30p.m on Tuesday this week, causing a traffic slow-down in both directions. Samoa News understands six people were injuried and it is suspected the driver of one of the vehicles fell asleep. [photo: FS]
Amelie Chen of The Wolves fights for a loose ball
Amelie Chen of The Wolves fights for a loose ball at last week’s Phase One of the American Samoa Handball Association’s (ASHA) 2021 National Street Handball Championship Series. The Wolves, while losing their zero losses standing, are still in top place with 5 wins - 1 loss. They fell to Team Malosi, who will now meet the second seeded Mighty Lupe at the Saturday semifinal. See details of games in today’s sports.  [photo; ASHA]
CCCAS Petesa Uta Youth Marching Band with their conductor, Tauese Va’aomala Sunia
CCCAS Petesa Uta Youth Marching Band with their conductor, Tauese Va’aomala Sunia, the new deputy secretary of Samoan Affairs, playing the national anthems of the United States and American Samoa at last Friday’s 2021 Flag Day ceremony at Malaeoletalu in Fagatogo. Gov. Lemanu Peleti Mauga in his Flag Day speech spoke of his initiative to revive marching bands in the community through a program in schools and churches. The CCCAS Petesa Uta Youth Marching Band will spearhead the initiative. [photo: Leua Aiono Frost]

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