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Tuesday, Jul. 25, 2017

It’s disturbing that this student’s social media is being monitored by his school.

Re: ' I was expelled because of my respectful opinions': Faatuatua Christian College responds. I love this kid's thinking. He's definitely got a good head...

Schools should engage young minds, encourage questions and embrace differences.

3 May, 2017. - Re:'I was expelled because of my respectful opinions': Faatuatua Christian College Responds.  I personally think that this boy is brilliant and...

This will not yield or promote peace in our country

27 April, 2017. Re: Christianising Samoa's constitution, and religious freedom in the Pacific I can only see the negative effects of this. Whether directly or...

Our naive approach is harming our growth and development

Re: Central Bank of Samoa to consider possible supervisory options for finance companies The problem stems from the idea of deregulation and the statutory duties...

Looking forward to the PM’s informed insights

RE: Prime Minister's memoir published by Victoria University Press I look forward to Stui's informed insights into Samoa's place in world politics, how it can...

There is nothing poor about the Chinese

Re: Get rid of those Chinese in Samoa  Isa, there is nothing poor about the Chinese. As one of the imperial nations and like those...

Beware the wolf in sheep’s clothing

Re: Get rid of those Chinese in Samoa   I think this is an excellent article. Having been a regular visitor to Samoa since 1981 and,...

Years of being bullied and harassed in Samoa – for being ‘palagi’.

Dear Editor, Re the "get rid of those Chinese in Samoa" post and your comment about how such comments would sound ridiculous if the...

Samoans living in this day and age, privileged to have the best of both...

Re:Blame It On Fiapoto? Fia Palagi? Or Fa’a Samoa?   Very interesting and thought provoking. I admire your insights as you straddle between traditional and contemporary...

The law of common sense should be spelled out…

Re:Tribunal says NPO Director’s decisions lacked “wisdom and common sense”. “The Tribunal also found that Mauga’s actions breached the public service values and code of...