Yearly Archives: 2016

“The decisions you make measure your integrity,” said Tuilaepa, adding “and integrity takes courage. It’s commitment to doing what is right, no matter how difficult and challenging.
Our principles of good governance depend on our integrity and being transparent and accountable is an important part of our public service.”

Samoa’s longest serving Prime Minister and Elder Statesman of the Pacific, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, was invited by ACP Summit Chair and Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, Peter O’Neill, to address the gathering of global leadership on repositioning the ACP-Group to the Challenges of Sustainable Development.

The Samoa Independence International 7’s Rugby tournament was officially opened by Honourable Prime Minister, Susuga Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi this morning. The tournament started on Wednesday with the Business Systems Limited and Ministry of Health Schools Tournament. The Ulalei Lodge Women’s and Men’s Open Division two day Competitions started today with the final games tomorrow, where […]

The Hope for Cancer Institute was introduced to the Government and people of Samoa this week in Apia.   The introduction ceremony was held at the Tupua Tamasese Meaole Hospital, Motootua where Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi officially welcomed members of the Institute. “The Hope for Cancer Institute had requested our Government, for some time, […]

(PR) Top rating reality TV show Survivor has chosen Samoa for the fifth time, with Australia’s Channel TEN announcing that the location was once again chosen for its rugged beauty and remoteness for the 2016 Australian season. A reported 15,000 Australians auditioned to be part of the series. 24 Australians have been cast where they […]

Samoa was hit by Tropical Cyclone Amos on Saturday 23rd April 2016.
The Government’s response and recovery efforts is outlined in this media release and is based on information collected from multiple government agencies – namely the Disaster Advisory Committee’s reports to the National Disaster Council.

Cabinet Releases for 8 April 2016
1. Three new hydro power plants for Samoa
2. Sweet Potato Weevil Workshop
3. World Bank’s Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management Global Practice
4. Human Rights Protection Party Manifesto 2016 – 2021
5. Fisheries study tour for Pacific Ministers

        PRESS RELEASE 24 March 2016 Announcement of Associate Ministers to Cabinet Thirteen new Associate Ministers to Cabinet have been sworn in today at the Fiame Mataafa Faumuina Mulinuu II Government Building in Apia. This follows last week’s official swearing in of all 50 Members of Parliament, including the Prime Minister and […]