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NOLA advocates Convention for rights of the disabled

10 September, 2012 - 4:16 pm in Education, Latest News, Local News

By Unumoe Esera APIA: TUESDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2012: Nuanua o le Alofa (NOLA), an association of people with disabilities is pushing for the Convention for the rights of persons with disabilities to be signed by the Samoan Government. They have established a partnership…

St. Marys celebrates 80th anniversary of SMSM in Samoa

14 August, 2012 - 3:52 pm in Education, Local News

By Aiga Tofilau APIA: Wednesday 15th August, 2012: Students of St. Mary’s Primary and St. Mary’s College celebrated the 80th birthday of the Samoa…

‘When Water Burns’ captivates local readers

9 July, 2012 - 5:24 pm in Education, Local News

  By Unumoe Esera APIA: Tuesday 10th July, 2012: Author of Pacific Tsunami Galu Afi and Telesa, Lani Wendt Young has released a new book. Local fans…

Eclipse glasses will find new users in Samoa

27 June, 2012 - 1:22 pm in Education, Health, Local News

Japan Times TOKYO: 28 June 2012: Protective glasses used to observe the solar eclipse in Japan last month will find new users in the South Pacific island state of Samoa, where a partial solar eclipse will be visible Nov. 14. "I hope that observing it will…

Suspended school teacher free to go back to class

21 June, 2012 - 4:44 pm in Education, Local News

By Aiga Tofilau APIA: Friday 22nd June 2012: The 25 year old teacher, Telesia Funa'i from Fausaga, Safata who was suspended following the death of her pupil for an alleged attack has been cleared by Court to go back to class and teaching. The 25 year old was…