Courtesy of World Rugby TOKYO, 13 Oct – Ahead of the Rugby World Cup, Samoa’s players and coaches said they were hoping to win the whole tournament – or at least to make it into the quarter-finals for the first time since 1995. Pool A proved too tough, however, and after a win against
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SAME President, Tagaloa Eddie Wilson with Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi at the 2018 Export Awards coordinated by the Samoa Association of Manufacturers and Exporters Source: SAME APIA, SAMOA – FRIDAY 18 OCTOBER 2019: The Prime Minister of Samoa, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, is targeting the 3rd China-Pacific Forum in Apia from the 19th
By Alyiana & Joan E: [email protected] W: Maugalui.wordpress.com “Your daughter is doing well in court, but perhaps you should make sure her outfits for work are ironed as they are ma’agumigumi.” Imagine as a mother receiving those comments when you are hyper from your daughter’s first few months into her career as a lawyer. Our poor mother
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From Sogi looking across the Vaiusu Bay By Lagi Keresoma APIA, SAMOA – FRIDAY 18 OCTOBER 2019: The Vaiusu Village Council has issued an apology to the Chinese community and also the Samoan Government for the death of a Chinese national and tarnishing Samoa’s name. In a letter to the Chinese Ambassador, Chao
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