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The Journalists Association of Samoa, or JAWS, says Prime Minister Tuila'epa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi should not lash out at the media.
A survey is being carried out Samoa to assess the impact of the Covid-19 State of Emergency on households.
The latest news in Samoan language (Gagana Samoa). Audio
The former Samoa sevens coach Damian McGrath has fond memories of his time in charge but admits the job is intense and not for the faint-hearted.
Samoa's Prime Minister says his government is not about to slow down on it's campaign to have all church ministers pay taxes on earnings from alofa or offerings given by their congregations.
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The people of Samoa are being warned to brace for wet and windy weather today.
New Zealand-based Samoan lawyer, Satiu Simativa Perese, has been sworn as Samoa's new Chief Justice.
Samoa has further relaxed its Covid-19 State of Emergency restrictions for church services, with more than one gathering allowed on their sabbath.
The only coach to lead Samoa to a World Sevens Series title believes it's time another local is given the job.
Opinion - So how can tyranny in Sāmoa be overcome?
The former Samoan Speaker and Cabinet Minister who left the ruling party to become an independent MP, will not have to go through a by-election to keep his seat.
The associate Minister of Health in Samoa has been accused of breaching Covid-19 restrictions.
Samoa's three controversial bills currently undergoing public consultation, do not make any references to alienation of customary land, according to the Attorney General's office.
In Samoa there have been some victories for opponents to three controversial bills the government had been trying to rush though parliament in recents months. Audio