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The Trial Division of the High Court has found that the American Samoa Government had overpaid a contractor for the Fono roofing project by close to $200,000 and ordered a judgment in favor of ASG.
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Despite stiff local telecommunication competition year-round and a drop in revenue collection during the 4th quarter of the last fiscal year, the American Samoa TeleCommunications Authority collected over $19 million at the end of fiscal year 2012, which closed on Sept.
Fue Tili, Jr. of Aoa village is the first of the American Samoa National Emergency Grant participants who underwent training in Guam to be hired there.
South Seas Pictures Ltd. invites the public to the world premiere of the new work by Samoan filmmaker Tanupo Aukuso, "The Tuiga, Part 2" tonight at 7 p.m. at the Maliu Mai Beach Resort.
For many years, we have heard the story about the Chinese plans to take over the world in 500 years.
A dead whale has been found in Afono, and may be a new species in our waters. Alden Tagarino, a wildlife biologist for the Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources told Samoa News that the dead whale was stranded on the beach adjacent to the school in Afono, and was found on Monday, Feb. 25 Officer Maiava of the DPS Marine Patrol Division ... (more)
Tri Marine is awaiting a federal Army Corps of Engineers permit to repair this broken seawall in Atu'u, and to fill in a small shallow area of the ocean behind the photographer.
Losing an hour of sleep due to the advent of daylight saving time didn't seem to be a problem for folks who were out enjoying the sunshine in Marietta Sunday.
Former assistant attorney general Jeremy Kirkland was early this year appointed as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development counsel to the Inspector General.
Dozens gathered to remember a beloved local fisherman who was killed in a freak accident during a tuna fishing trip off the coast of American Samoa.
More than 500 public school teachers are today taking the Praxis I test, which Education Department director Vaitinasa Dr. Salu Hunkin-Finau says "is a basic competency test for teachers."
In its desire to adjust the wages of its employees, the Northern Marianas College will be reviewing the current tuition rate and fees it charges students.
Most Americans will set their clocks 60 minutes forward before heading to bed Saturday night.
Once signed into law by Gov. Lolo M. Moliga, American Samoa will have its first ever legislation outlawing Human Trafficking and Involuntary Servitude in the territory, as the House version of the bill was approved in an unanimous vote in the Senate yesterday.
Clocks will be set ahead by one hour tonight in much of America, as 2 a.m. will become 3 a.m. early Sunday, March 9. Among the states, only Hawaii and much of Arizona will keep their clocks set to Standard Time.