CCCAS conference ends with election

The biennial conference of the Congregational Christian Church of American Samoa ends tomorrow with passage of the budget and election of new leaders. Close to 300 delegates representing nine local and off island congregations been […]

Hawaiki Pres congratulate American Samoa

The President and CEO of Hawaiki Cable Mr. Remi Gallaso has congratulated American Samoa for being the first of the various countries connected to the Hawaiki Cableto go on line. He was one of the […]

American Samoa 3 Cook Islands 1

American Samoa beat the Cook Islands 3-1 on the final Match Day of the OFC U-16 Championship Qualifier thanks to a pair of PKs, and a great finishing goal by the youngest player on the […]

ASTCA Acting CEO touts benefits of Hawaiki

Customers of the American Samoa Telecommunications Authority should be experiencing  faster internet speeds with the additional bandwidth made available by the long awaited hawaiki Cable . In the words of Acting CEO of ASTCA Falavaoto […]

Yacht anchored off Leone identified as Wildberry

The sailboat that was making residents of Leone uncomfortable when it was anchored near their shores Tuesday evening, has been identified as the Wildberry. And the Acting Harbor Master has confirmed that the yacht was […]

CCCAS approves FY2017 audit report

The audit report  of the Congregational Christian Church of Americans Samoa by FM Pili and Associates was passed earlier this week by delegates to the general conference at Kananafou. Total revenues of the largest church […]

‘Slow internet a thing of the past’

Play Audio The countdown to the ceremonial launch of the $29 million Hawaiki Cable, touted to be a game changer in American Samoa’s economy. The launching at the American Samoa Community College Multi Purpose Center […]

Samoa CJ on the job for nine months

Samoa’s Chief Justice, Patu Tiavaasue Falefatu Sapolu, has been given a 9 month extension to his contract in a decision Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi said was based on “common sense”. Tuilaepa told media yesterday […]