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Local businesses have expressed concern that only foreign investment enterprises (F.I.E.) benefit from Government assistance schemes offered to the private sector.
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Samoa Observer 11h
Saupo Atoni lives at Vaitele Fou with her two children, 15-20 minutes from the heart of Apia.
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Maluseu Doris Tulifau and her international movement Brown Girl Woke (BGW) are on the shores of the National University of Samoa (NUS) and the University of the South Pacific, with regular meetings now on for students to share, and learn from each other.
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The Government is close to establishing a national cancer registry to improve the tracking of cancer patients.
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Chanel Primary School in Moamoa celebrated its one-year anniversary recently.
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Fitness is the key if the local players are to do well in any tournament, especially in the international arena.
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Nineteen villages in areas affected by flooding from the Vaisigano river in 2012 and 2018 have been consulted about the proposed Alaoa Multipurpose Dam project.
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The 2019 Pacific Games will need 38,000 kilograms of vegetables to feed around 4000 athletes and guests in July, across a total of 114,700 meals.
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The Toleafoa Service Station at Fagali’i is finally open for business.
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The Sinalei Reef Resort and Spa started their 23rd anniversary celebrations with a Valentine Gala at Maninoa last Friday.
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The bad weather is having an effect on Samoan families that rely on selling fish to make a living.
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The European Commission (EC) has added Samoa to a new list of 23 countries it considers have weak anti-money laundering and terrorist financing regimes.
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Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Dr. Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, says the man who accused him of “murder, corruption and gun smuggling” among other things will finally have his day in Court.
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The Office of the Ombudsman and Samoa’s National Human Rights Institution is standing by a July 2018 submission made against the inclusion of “reasonable force” in the Education Amendment Act 2019.
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Remittances are not only important to low income families living below the poverty line, but it has also been an “economic stabiliser” for Samoa.
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Christchurch Women’s Rugby lifted the Glen Feaunati Memorial Cup as the second ever champions of the Marist International Sevens Tournament after their 19-0 win over Apia Maroons in the final yesterday.
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Chasing three titles in a row, the Crusaders benefited from a pair of penalty tries and survived a strong second-half challenge from the Blues to open their Super Rugby season with a 24-22 away win on Saturday.
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Numbers don’t lie. If Samoa’s economy received $503.73 million in remittances from Samoans overseas last year, that is a massive contribution to the economy by any standard.
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You should embrace the thriving democratic principles now showing in the Samoan political system.
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When the Prime Minister of the country calls his people dogs, stupid, stinking pigs, uncircumcised horses, and threat to drop an atomic bomb on them, then this much is undeniable, the language he used is low, even worse it cannot be ignored.
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