Tag Archives: Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi

“The Government and people of Samoa welcome PIDC to our shores and as evident by the swift execution of the necessary documents to facilitate a smooth transition from Suva to Apia, we likewise will continue to render support and assistance necessary for the fostering of our mutual relationship.” – PM Tuilaepa

“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.”

(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 […]

        PRESS RELEASE 18 March 2016 16th Parliament Sworn in, New Cabinet Announced Following a successful and peaceful General Elections on March 4th, the first session of the Sixteenth Parliament of the Independent State of Samoa opened earlier today, at its temporary home at the Faleata Sports Complex, Tuanaimato. Opened by His […]

        CABINET RELEASE (English and Samoan) Honourable Prime Minister to attend meetings in Europe Cabinet has approved the attendance by Honourable Prime Minister, Susuga Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi at meetings overseas on 21 November – 8 December 2015. These meetings include: 4th France-Oceania Summit in Paris on 26 November; Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting […]

“Sustaining Partnerships in Health – The Samoan Way” speaks volumes. I am convinced that for far too long we have imitated and inherited imported forms of development, lifestyles, ethics, food, dress, thinking, etc.etc. Over the years these have taken a toll of the vitality of our own ways, of our pride in our Samoaness, our self-confidence and self-respect.