Congestion at ports on the US West Coast may lead to shipping delays for American Samoa.
Industry sources say whereas ships can usually get a berth in Long Beach and Oakland ports in one or two ...Read more
Nearly a week after it was announced that American Samoa has approved flights to return, Samoan citizens stranded here to Apia, intending travelers are still waiting for word on when the flights ...Read more
The federal unemployment assistance programs for those whose jobs were impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic will end December 31, 2020.
ASG was awarded $16.1 million by the US Department of Labor for ...Read more
Thirty-one groups including church and Sunday school choirs, schools and community groups are ready to take the stage for the three nights of the Annual Holiday Music Festival which kicks off ...Read more
A name that is synonymous with education in American Samoa is that of the late Mr. Nikolao Pula.
He was the first Samoan Director of Education for the American Samoa Government and was appointed to ...Read more
Rev Fouvale Asiata and the Matuu and Faganeanea CCCAS have lighted up Yellow Town for the third year in a row.
Their display of Christmas trees and lights was opened with caroling and a tree ...Read more
First Lady Cynthia Malala Moliga unveiled the new name of the Utulei Beach Park on Saturday morning… Afioga Tufele Liamatua Sr, Tufele Cultural Center.
The new name hangs from the arch of the ...Read more
Governor Lolo Moliga has re-appointed four current members of the Board of Directors of the American Samoa Telecomunications Authority.
In a memo issued yesterday the governor reappointed Alofagia ...Read more
You may have heard a small plane buzzing overhead around the airport vicinity last night.
That was an Aztec twin engine plane which was being ferried from Australia to Hawaii.
It overnighted at ...Read more
Congresswoman Uifaatali Amata has weighed in on Governor Lolo Moliga’s decision to deny entry of US Air Force planes and personnel who were supposed to overnight in the territory on their way to ...Read more