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The latest news in Samoan language (Gagana Samoa). Audio
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A new fiction e-book that addresses the challenges of being a teine Sāmoa, or Samoan girl, has launched this week to mark New Zealand's Samoan Language Week 2020.
The theme for Samoan Language Week is a perfect fit for New Zealand's Pasifika community as it continues to cope with the impacts of Covid-19, according to the Minister of Pacific Peoples.
Samoa continues to have no confirmed cases of Covid-19, but like almost everywhere else in the world, the local economy has been hit hard by lockdown restrictions. Chef and restaurateur Joe Lam joins… Audio
The pyramid-like Pulemelei Mound in Samoa, identified as the largest ancient structure in Polynesia, is for sale.
People in the Samoan constituency of Palauli west have called on their MP, one of 48 government members, to make a strong stance in opposing three proposed bills.
Sir Gordon Tietjens is renowned for his work in Rugby Sevens, but that hasn't helped him remain at the helm of Samoa's team.
The Prime Minister of Samoa continues to wrestle with dissenters within his party's ranks and beyond. Audio
The president of the Samoa Law Society says the government is being "quite secretive" about its approach to village consultations regarding controversial bills before parliament.
Repatriation flights from New Zealand to Samoa are to start a week later than initially scheduled.
Samoa's Talofa Airways is helping ferry Kiribati MPs to the capital of Tarawa for their first parliamentary sitting.
Samoa's prime minister has again urged one of his MPs to consider quitting caucus, as their spat within the ruling Human Rights Protection Party deepens.
The District Court in Samoa has released on bail a Chinese man facing one charge of bribing a custom's officer with intent to export sea cucumbers.
The Samoa Rugby Union says its Sevens team will have the opportunity to explore new options and rebuild for the Olympics now that Sir Gordon Tietjens has resigned.
A suspended police officer in Samoa has entered a not guilty plea to one count of manslaughter and the trial is set for December this year.
Samoa Rugby Sevens coach Sir Gordon Tietjens is not renewing his contract when it expires at the end of August.
Samoa's government has started the demolition of a more than 100 year old building seen by many as a historical relic worth saving.