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What is Good for Apia is also good for Savaii!
"O le mea e lelei i Apia, e lelei foi mo Savaii"

HRPP Samoa News
Oct 16

Plant more coconuts, begs Le Mamea

Five years after it was launched the Schools Coconut tree planting day that falls a day after White Sunday has accounted for over 25,000 new trees planted.

 

Author: Nanai Laveitiga Tuiletufuga
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Oct 16

Zero tolerance switched on

If you are one of the hundreds of ardent followers of the Prime Minister’s weekly press conference broadcast live on national radio and Talofa FM, than this should not come as a huge shock.

 

Author: Nanai Laveitiga Tuiletufuga
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Oct 15

US investors eyes Samoa’s coconut industry

Agriculture Minister Le Mamea Tuiletufuga Ropati Mualia would like to end his political career on a high note when he retires after his current term.

Author: Nanai Laveitiga Tuiletufuga
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Oct 07

NUS unveils new Center of Samoa Studies

From her first budget of $5 tala to jump start it more than three decades ago, to the dedication of a $3.7 million tala Center of Samoan Studies this week, reaffirms a telling success story of our National University of Samoa, (NUS) at Papaigalagala.

Author: Nanai Laveitiga Tuiletufuga
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