Friday May 10
Editorial: Fai a Oe Se'I Ka Le Lua...
When is enough, enough? The Lolo Administration's insistence on transparency and accountability is a good thing, because it allows us, the community, to own our actions by acknowledging that we have problems due to what we do, or what we allow others to do, and we need to insist the problems be fixed.
HTC Vailopa "Lopa" Seti banned from Vailoatai
High Talking Chief Vailopa "Lopa" Seti has been banned from his village of Vailoatai and can no longer possess the title 'Vailopa' following a meeting of the Vailoatai Village Council two weeks ago.
Former Deputy Director of HR denies governor's comments
Former Deputy Director of Human Resources Ulugaono Waldie Allen claims the approval of the salary boost of $38,000 to $48,000 for Police Commander Va'aomala Sunia followed a recommendation by then Commissioner of Public Safety, Tuaolo Manaia Fruean to Evelyn Langford, former HR Director and was approved by then Governor Togiola Tulafono and then ... (more)
Governor Lolo asks Eni to help resolve cabotage waiver issue
Congressman Faleomavaega Eni has been asked by the Lolo Administration to look into a cabotage waiver from the federal government which would allow a foreign carrier, such as Polynesian Airlines, to operate domestic flights when none are available here.
Faipule calls for task force not canning plant to deal with stray dog population
Tualauta Rep. Larry Sanitoa has asked the Lolo Administration to consider establishing a stray dog task force, similar to the one set up more than five years ago by the Togiola Administration, to address the problems with stray dogs island-wide. Sanitoa's request was outlined in a recent letter to Gov.