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UB40 coming to celebrate Samoa's 50th Independence

By Charlina Tone

UB40 coming to celebrate Samoa's 50th Independence World famous British reggae group, UB40, is coming to Samoa.  Henry Wulf, the man behind the much-anticipated concert in June, says the confirmation of the group’s visit is fantastic news for fans here, especially on a milestone year such as our 50th Independence celebration.

“It was always my intention to bring

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Police probe death of 8 - year-old

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Saturday, 17 March 2012 12:15

By Jasmine Netzler-Iose

Police are investigating the death of an eight-year-old child who is suspected to have died as a result of a beating from a

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Mapusaga looks for missing money

By Jasmine Netzler-Iose

The secretary of Mapusaga o Aiga, Alalatoa Breda Tipi-Faitua plans to call a meeting of the organisation’s board members to discuss the issue of alleged missing funds.

The matter was brought to the attention of the Sunday Samoan three weeks ago after a founding member confirmed that MOA’s CEO had left the c

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Tautua promises Maota Fono will be rebuilt

By Staff Reporter

Tautua promises Maota Fono will be rebuilt “We will rebuild the Maota Fono ourselves.”So promised Tautua Party leader, Palusalue Faapo II, during an interview with the Sunday Samoan. And he is adamant “we should not be asking for aid from overseas for this project.”

Palusalue is worried that the so-called promise of funds from the United States of

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By Lanuola Tusani Tupufia

‘Put your trust in me,’ Speaker says The last service to be held at the first Maota Fono was conducted unexpectedly and unannounced after a big turn out from members of the public who were against the move to demolish it.

More than fifty people stood and held hands in front of the fale fono and sang “Na tofia e le Atua Samoa ina ia pulea e

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