DBAS approves only 2 loans for victims

The denial by FEMA of individual assistance for those whose homes and properties were destroyed or damaged in the July floods and mudslides has pretty much left the victims to fend for themselves as far as repairing or replacing what they lost.   

Prof. explains why Samoans love to sing

Why do Samoans love to sin? What did Samoans of yesteryears sing about?  

CPO & wife to be arraigned Nov 7

Chief Procurement Officer Tiotalaga Kruse and his wife Elaine are scheduled to be arraigned next month in the DC federal court in connection with a 1602 low incoming housing case. 

Candidates asked about jobs

Improving local businesses, implementing economic development plans, and staying in school were some of the answers given by Tualauta and Ituau candidates on a question by a Tafuna High School student relating to job creation. 

Sen. Galea'i not letting payouts go

Senator Galea’i Tu’ufuli is not letting the payouts for elected and appointed officials in the former administration go.   

FBI search for boy ends in Niue

The search for a nine year old American boy Billy Hanson has ended after authorities in Niue located him safe on the island.  

Ituau & Tuala-uta candidates asked about jobs

Five candidates vying for the House of Representatives seats in Tuala-uta and Ituau districts took part in a political forum this morning hosted by the US Government Class at Tafuna High School. 

Tuaolo: Voters know the law, no run-off

Election Commissioner Tuaolo Fruean says he has not seen the request from Aumua Amata's campaign chairman Pulu Ae Ae Jr, requesting the Election Office to conduct voter education to explain that there’s no run-off in the congressional race.
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