Samoa's prime minister is now at home and is said to be in good spirits after nearly three weeks in New Zealand for medical tests.
Tuila'epa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi was flown by air ambulance to Auckland on 5 October.
He returned to Samoa on Sunday evening on a commercial flight and went to his home, Ululoloa.
Our correspondent Autagavaia Tipi Autagavaia said he had received reports the prime minister looked well.
"I was able to meet one of the matais from his village of Falevao where he is the chiefly title holder of Neioti from that village, and the matai was telling me that they went with several matais to meet him and welcome him back home at his residence at Ululoloa.
"When they got there early this morning the prime minister was out doing some exercise, and they were able to meet and talk to him when he returned home. But according to the matai, yeah, he looks well."