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            Monthly Archives: November 2016

            The Church College of Latter Day Saints held their graduation ceremony earlier today, with the Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi delivering the keynote address. Students of the graduating class of 2016 were joined by their parents, families and friends as they received their certificates and awards. The invocation was conducted by Aukuso Rasch and Student […]

            The Samoa Umbrella for Non-Governmental Organisations (SUNGO) Forum on the S.A.M.O.A Pathway and Sustainable Development Goals was officially opened by Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi this morning. The meeting at Millenia Hotel was funded by the United Nations. The forum convened especially to follow up on the S.A.M.O.A Pathway which resulted from the 2014 UN […]

            School children from Malifa, Ah Mu Academy and Samoa Primary Schools were warned by the Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, against eating sweets at this morning’s launch of the Sugar Crush Week. The nutrition programme was initiated by Nobesity Samoa, in collaboration with the Nutrition department of the Ministry of Health. The programme, funded by […]

            Samoa’s new Tui-Samoa Cable will span more than 1,470 km, connecting Samoa to Fiji with branching units to Wallis & Futuna and Vanua Levu, Fiji, enhancing fast, reliable and affordable internet services across the region. Apia, Samoa and Paris, France, 25 November 2016 – on 18 October 2016 Samoa Submarine Cable Company Limited (SSCC) and […]

            More than 140 graduates received their higher learning certificates, diplomas and degrees this morning at the University of the South Pacific graduation. The Prime Minister and Cabinet Ministers attended the ceremony at Mulinuu. Father Eteuati Vui Lapa blessed the occasion with a short prayer service and the EFKS Vini Fou choir sang the graduation songs. […]

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