Candidates' views on selection of senators

Congressional candidate Meleagi Suitonu-Chapman believes if voters are unhappy with their senators they should make this known during village council meetings.


ASEDA bill is now law

Governor Lolo Moliga has signed the bill which enhances the bond issuing authority of the American Samoa Economic Development Authority in law.

Should senators be elected?

Several congressional candidates believe it’s time senators are elected by popular vote while others said the selection of senators by village councils is a great example of the Samoan culture in action.


Olympic officials generally pleased

Two officials from the International Olympic Committee and the Oceania National Olympic Committee wrap up a five day visit to check on the American Samoa National Olympic Committee.

Toa o Samoa prayer service marks 10th year

This Sunday marks the tenth year of the Toa o Samoan prayer services, organized by the Marist St. Joseph’s Old Boys Association. 


Sponsorships under close scrutiny

The attorney general has apologized to members of the public who were affected by the suspension of the Immigration Board’s weekly hearing on Wednesday.

Candidates state views on veto override

If it’s not broken, don’t fix it.


Why congressman missed ASCC Forum

The only  congressional candidate who was not at the ASCC Forum yesterday was incumbent Congressman Faleomavaega Eni Hunkin.
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