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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.
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Opinion - Tuila'epa Sailele Malielegaoi has been the Prime Minister of Sāmoa for 21 years.
A Pacific-wide lawyers association has joined the international chorus of concern at proposed Constitutional changes in Samoa.
Samoa Supreme Court judges have issued a strong warning for the police and prisons services to bring to court several people being kept in prolonged custody.
A judge from the Land and Titles Court in Samoa is to have his legal future decided by the Judiciary Services Commission after his recent arrest.
A Samoan family's suit against police for the use of firearms during a raid on their property five years ago is set for a November hearing.
A former Samoan Head of State has spoken out against the proposed sale of more than 1000 acres of land that hosts Polynesia's largest ancient structure.
Training will be given to current prison guards at Samoa's Tanumalala Prison so they can become police officers too.
Samoa's Law Society says it has been fielding requests to explain three controversial bills before parliament.
Samoa's former speaker and cabinet minister, La'auli Leuatea Polataivao Schmidt, is to establish a new political party to compete in next year's election.
Not all of the 140 passengers who arrived in Samoa on Friday's repatriation flight from New Zealand were quarantined at government sites.
A serious allegation under police investigation has led to an Associate Minister in Samoa has been referred to counselling.
For the first time Samoa is celebrating its independence without a public flag-raising ceremony and march past at the traditional Tiafau malae in Mulinu'u.