Fire at Laufou starts from restaurant kitchen

A fire broke out at the Laufou Center in Nu’uuli shortly after 9 this morning. The fire apparently started in the Koko Bean Restaurant kitchen. According to General Manager of Forsgrens Terry Tofaeono, the ventilation […]

Local reservists sing anthem at Ft. Shafter farewell

Three female reservists from American Samoa sang Star Spangled Banner at the 962nd Quartermaster Company farewell at Fort Shafter, Hawaii this past Saturday. While military brass and reservists from Alaska, Guam and Hawaii looked on, Specialists […]

ASEPA checks out ASPA’s water systems

The American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency has completed sanitary surveys of the American Samoa Power Authority satellite water system. The sanitary surveys are required every three years and involve the review of ASPA’s public water […]

Territory’s public debt to be reviewed by GAO

Governor Lolo Moliga is setting the groundwork for a review of the territory’s public debt by the US Government Accountability Office (GAO). The review is required under the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management and Economic Stability […]

Church elders discuss tax law with PM

Close to thirty members of the regulating elders committee of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa met with Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malilegaoi yesterday to try to find a way to settle the dispute over […]

Tinian’s remembered at Pavaiai graduation

The Class of 2018 of Pavaiai Elementary School flew white balloons at their graduation ceremomy Friday in a tearful remembrance of their classmate, Tinian Makewijere Tuileto’a Toese. She drowned at the Pala Lagoon Swimming Center […]

No govt support to host mini Games

Lack of government support has seen American Samoa lose its bid to host the 2025 Pacific Mini Games after failing to meet the requirements. American Samoa and Niue had both made expressions of interest to […]