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By Loabay Admin1, May 11 2018 12:51AM

Epalahame Tu'uheava was found dead in Mangere
Epalahame Tu'uheava was found dead in Mangere

A 24-year-old male and a 30-year-old male from South Auckland, have both been charged this morning with murder and attempted murder.


Counties Manukau Police investigating last week’s fatal shooting incident on Greenwood Road, Mangere have arrested two males in relation to the incident.


The pair are scheduled to appear in the Manukau District Court later today.


Detective Inspector Tofilau Faa Vaaelua says a dedicated team of Police staff have been working hard on this case.


“This was a violent incident that shocked the community and we hope the arrests today will provide some reassurance to the surviving victim, the families affected, as well as the wider public.


“Our investigation remains ongoing and further enquiries will continue to be made in relation to this incident."


The female victim in this attack remains in hospital where she continues to recover from her injuries.


Loabay NewsLine



By Loabay Admin1, May 6 2018 05:11AM

Photo : Image file
Photo : Image file

The Central Bank of Samoa (CBS) has issued a directive to all financial institutions (predominantly Commercial Banks and Money Transfer Operators) to block all foreign exchange transactions related to Onecoin/ Onelife cryptocurrency promotion.

It has come to our attention that there are still a large number of people wanting to remit or transfer money out of Samoa to invest in this Onecoin cryptocurrency promotion. This is despite warnings by CBS that there is a very high risk that Onecoin cryptocurrency promotion is a pyramid scheme (an illegal money making investment).

Under the Exchange Controls Regulations 1999 no one shall take money out of Samoa without the approval of the CBS, therefore any transaction that involves money leaving Samoa must first be approved by the CBS.

As a result the CBS has decided to block all approvals for any transactions relating to the Onecoin cryptocurrency. This also ensures the protection of Samoa’s foreign currency reserves, which is at risk due to the high number of people wanting to remit money overseas for this get rich quick scheme.

This will remain in place until the CBS has assessed that there is no longer a risk to the public and our economy.

Should you require any further details on this, please contact the Financial Intelligence Unit of the Central Bank of Samoa.


Source : CBS Press Release/Government of Samoa page

By Loabay Admin1, Mar 14 2018 11:49AM

Silia ma le 6 alo Samoa faatasi ma isi alo Pasefika o le a taulimaina faailoga ma Tusi Pasi o le Polokalame a le ANIVA



Aniva Graduation March2017 : HolidayInnAuckland (Photo: Pcfc Perspectives)
Aniva Graduation March2017 : HolidayInnAuckland (Photo: Pcfc Perspectives)

SUAMALIE LAGONA O SE FA’AMOEMOE UA MAE’A

Silia ma le 6 alo Samoa faatasi ma isi alo Pasefika o le a taulimaina faailoga ma Tusi Pasi o le Polokalame a le ANIVA


O se ‘Pepa o Faamatalaga’ na tuuina mai e le auaunaga a le Pacific Perspectives Ltd, na faailoa mai ai, e to’a 9 ni alo Pasefika o le a taulimaina ma faauuina i ni faailoga pito i maualuga (Master of Professional Practice (Leadership), o faailoga Tusi Pasi o le a tauaaoina atu iai: i se sauniga fa’auuga o le faatinoina i Porirua, Ueligitone ile aso Tofi 15 Mati 2018. E to’a 6 o i latou nei, o ni alo Samoa, o se tulaga ua fa’aalia ai le ‘suamalie o lagona o se faamoemoe ua mae’a’, aemaise ia i latou ua faamanuiaina i nei faailoga.


E faaopoopo atu iai i le na fuainumera le to’a 18 o i latou o le taulimaina faailoga Tusi Pasi taualoa (Postgraduate Diploma in Specialty Care (Pacific Health). I lona tuufaatasiga, e tusa ma le 27 alo Pasefika o le a faauuina i lea faamoemoe.


O lenei polokalame ua ta’ua o le ‘ANIVA’ ua faapito’augafa lea mo le a’otauina o alo Pasefika, aemaise lava ile tomai ma agavaa tausi soifua maloloina.


O lenei foi polokalame sa fa’ama’iteina ma faatupeina e le Matagaluega o le Soifua Maloloina. Ae o lo o faatinoina lona galuea’ina ma le a’oa’oina e le auaunaga a le ‘ Pacific Perspectives Ltd’ , o lo o ta’iulu ai le faletua ia Dr Debbie Ryan.


[Faamatalaga na tuuina mai]

Source : Press Release; Pacific Perspectives Ltd


Editor : Hannah Sila www.loabaytvradionews.com




By Loabay Admin1, Mar 14 2018 11:44AM

ANIVA PROGRAMME PRODUCES ANOTHER 27 PACIFIC GRADUATES




Aniva Programme Graduation March2017: HolidayInnAuckland (Photo: PacificPer
Aniva Programme Graduation March2017: HolidayInnAuckland (Photo: PacificPer

Aniva Programme Graduation : March2017 : HolidayInnAuckland (Photo : Pacific Perspectives Ltd)


27 Pacific students are about to join the ranks of their post-graduate peers when they graduate

tomorrow, Thursday 15 March 2018 at a ceremony held at Te Rauparaha Arena in Porirua.

9 students will be graduating with a Master of Professional Practice (Leadership), and 18 with a

Postgraduate Diploma in Specialty Care (Pacific Health).

“It’s an achievement that’s well worth celebrating – both for the students themselves and all the

hard work and dedication they’ve put in, and for the wider community of Pacific health workers,"

says Debbie Ryan, Director of Pacific Perspectives Limited.

“Last year was the first year we saw graduates for the Master of Professional Practice (Leadership),

with three students receiving the inaugural award. To have a further nine students graduating with a

Masters level qualification this year, and 18 others with a Postgraduate Diploma is quite a feat.”

The Aniva programme is delivered in partnership with Whitireia New Zealand, with approximately

120 Pacific nurses and midwives having participated in the programme since 2012.

With Pacific people making up only 2% of the regulated health workforce and being 25% less likely to

enrol in Postgraduate study; the Aniva Programme is making a vital contribution to turning these

figures around.

“As of 2015, the Aniva programme accounts for nearly one in every six postgraduate health

enrolments for Pacific people and almost one in every four postgraduate level completions for

Pacific people.

“Our Pacific health workers are very talented and incredibly passionate about their work. The Aniva

programme offers a Pacific-centred approach to postgraduate study and provides both the challenge

and the support they need to flourish,” adds Dr Ryan.

Manogi Eiao is just one example. Since graduating last year, Ms Eiao has been invited to present her

postgraduate research findings at the Biennial Australian and NZ Home Dialysis Conference and

recently received the David Lilley Award for her work exploring the influence of values and beliefs on

renal replacement therapy decisions.


“As proud as we are of the programme, it’s the students themselves who are making the real

difference,” says Dr Ryan.

The Aniva programme was commissioned by the Ministry of Health and designed by Pacific

Perspectives Limited. It aims to support Pacific nurses in developing the skills they need to deliver

evidence-based healthcare to Pacific people and communities.

Of the 9 Master’s graduands, 6 have identified as Samoan, 1 Cook Islander, 1 Fijian, and 1 Tokelauan.

The majority of graduands reside in Auckland.

“We are seeing great results and we will continue to do all we can to support the Pacific health

workforce to further develop the knowledge, skills and abilities our nurses need to deliver excellent

health care to their communities,” Dr Ryan adds.

Source : Media Release : 'Pacific Perspectives Ltd'


Transcript Editor : Hannah Sila www.loabaytvradionews.com



By Loabay Admin1, Mar 1 2018 11:38AM

FA’AAUAU GALUEGA FA’ALELEIA MO AUALA LAUPAPA I LEONĒ MA VAISIGANO ..& i si TALA MAI SAMOA aso Tofi 1 Mati 2018 [Transcript in Samoan]



Leone Bridge Re-building Project [Photo : Govt of Samoa FB page]
Leone Bridge Re-building Project [Photo : Govt of Samoa FB page]



1. AMATA LE FAAVAE MO LE NOFOAGA TUTOTONU MO LE TEUINA O UAEA O FESOOTAIGA O LE PASEFIKA.


Ground-breaking; Cable depot  [Photo : Govt of Samoa FB page]
Ground-breaking; Cable depot [Photo : Govt of Samoa FB page]

1. Tala Tomua : O ananafi lea na asuina ai le palapala o le fa’avae o le nofoaga tutotonu i le uafu I Matautu, o le taula’iga o le silia I le 20 uaea malolosi o fesoota’iga I le Pasefika. O lea fa’amoemoe na ta’ua e le alii Palemia, susuga ia Tuila’epa Sailele Malielegaoi, ua leva ona faia feutana’iga a le Mālō Samoa ma le kamupani o le T.E Subcom, ma le isi 15 o i latou e fa’atonutonu ma mata’ituina le silia i le 51,000 (afe) kilomita o uaea o feso’otaiga i le Pasefika. O le kamupani la a le T.E Subcom, o lea o le a latou va’ava’aia le silia i le 20 uaea o fesoota’iga o le fua fa’atatau lea, o uaea malolosi o fesootaiga i le Pasefika. O lenei poloketi na ta’ua e le alii Palemia, o se ‘ai lea mo lo tatou atunuu, ona e le gata o le a tuuina mai ai foi kamupani tetele i le lalolagi e fai pa’aga ma Samoa, ina ia taunuu le tofā mamao a lo tatou Mālō, o le fa’atosina mai ai lea o i latou mai fafo e fai pisinisi, ma teu tupe i lo tatou atunuu. Ae o le a galulue faatasi ai foi kamupani nei, ma le tatou Tuisamoa Cable, faapea ma le Pulega o Uafu, o le a aumaia le tulaga lelei i le tamaoaiga i le atunuu, e ala i le totogi o uafu, fa’aopoopo ai galuega mo i latou e galulue i pisinisi nei, aemaise ai, o le a maua ai galuega a fanau ia o lo o aoaoina i le a’oga o le Maligi (Marine) i le Iunivesite i Vaivase, o lo o ua i ai le atamai i galuega ia i lalo o le sami. O le fa’avae la o le fale lea ua fuafua, o le a teuina ai le 6 tane, o uaea malolosi, lea na asuina ananafi, ia atoa ai foi, ma mea faigaluega.


2. TOFIA FALEFATA HELE MATATIA : C.E.O MO LE PULEGA O TAALOGA O LE PASEFIKA I SAUTE 2019

2.	 I nisi o Tala, ua i’u le filifiliga a le Kapeneta  i le Ofisa Sili o Pulega o Ta’aloga o le Pasefika i Saute, e pei ona fa’alua ona fa’asalalau e saili se tasi e mafai ona tauaveina lea tofiga.  O le tofia ai o Falefata Hele Matatia, o se alo e fa’asino i le susuga ile fa’afeagaiga ia Pisopa ma Petronilla Matatia, mai alalafaga o Fusi Safata ma Lefagaoalii i Savaii, ma CEO o Ta’aloga a le Pasefika i Saute 2019, o se tulaga ua ta’ua le  maualuga o le vaai a le Kapeneta, ma le fa’amoemoega, e mafai e Falefata ona fa’atino galuega, ua tuuina atu foi i ai le fa’atuatuaga a le Kapeneta, ua lava le iloa ma le agava’a, o lea alo o le atunuu, e faatino ai le galuega ua tuuina atu ia te ia.  E le gata i lea, toe 16 masina o totoe nei ona taunuu lea o Ta’aloga nei, ma ua tatau ai le filifiliga o Falefata, a ua o se tagata talavou, ma e i ai ona iloa i mea tau ta’aloga, le mafua’aga, na mafuli ai le laulau a i latou na faia le fa’aiuga ia te ia.  E to’atolu i latou na faia i ai le fa’aiuga ma ua filifilia mai ai Falefata. E le fou lea alii i le tulaga ua i ai nei, i le tulaga lava o ta’aloga.  O lo o avea nei  Falefata ma CEO a le Samoa Institute of Sports,  lea na amatalia i le tausaga e 2016.  O lea Fa’alapotopotoga, e mo le atina’e o itu tau Ta’aloga ma pulega, a uā le maua ai o ni tagata ta’aalo, e ta’uta’ua i le lalolagi, mai i lo tatou atunuu.
2. I nisi o Tala, ua i’u le filifiliga a le Kapeneta i le Ofisa Sili o Pulega o Ta’aloga o le Pasefika i Saute, e pei ona fa’alua ona fa’asalalau e saili se tasi e mafai ona tauaveina lea tofiga. O le tofia ai o Falefata Hele Matatia, o se alo e fa’asino i le susuga ile fa’afeagaiga ia Pisopa ma Petronilla Matatia, mai alalafaga o Fusi Safata ma Lefagaoalii i Savaii, ma CEO o Ta’aloga a le Pasefika i Saute 2019, o se tulaga ua ta’ua le maualuga o le vaai a le Kapeneta, ma le fa’amoemoega, e mafai e Falefata ona fa’atino galuega, ua tuuina atu foi i ai le fa’atuatuaga a le Kapeneta, ua lava le iloa ma le agava’a, o lea alo o le atunuu, e faatino ai le galuega ua tuuina atu ia te ia. E le gata i lea, toe 16 masina o totoe nei ona taunuu lea o Ta’aloga nei, ma ua tatau ai le filifiliga o Falefata, a ua o se tagata talavou, ma e i ai ona iloa i mea tau ta’aloga, le mafua’aga, na mafuli ai le laulau a i latou na faia le fa’aiuga ia te ia. E to’atolu i latou na faia i ai le fa’aiuga ma ua filifilia mai ai Falefata. E le fou lea alii i le tulaga ua i ai nei, i le tulaga lava o ta’aloga. O lo o avea nei Falefata ma CEO a le Samoa Institute of Sports, lea na amatalia i le tausaga e 2016. O lea Fa’alapotopotoga, e mo le atina’e o itu tau Ta’aloga ma pulega, a uā le maua ai o ni tagata ta’aalo, e ta’uta’ua i le lalolagi, mai i lo tatou atunuu.


3. FA’AAUAU GALUEGA FA’ALELEIA MO AUALA LAUPAPA I LEONĒ MA VAISIGANO


3. Ua toe fa’aauau ai nei galuega fa’aleleia e pei ona taumafai le Mālō atoa ai ma le fesoasoani a le Green Climate Fund, e fausia pa a ua le puipuiga o le mamalu o le atunuu, o lo o afaina tele i le Vaitafei Vaisigano. E le o malolo le ‘aufaigaluega i le galulue ai, i le mae’a ai o le Afā o Gita, e taumafai ina ia fa’aitiitia lolovaia o ia nofoaga i taimi o matagi ma afā, aemaise lava i lologa. O i si polōketi o lo o agai i ai galuega a le Mālō, o le fa’aleleia o le ‘auala laupapa i Leonē, lea e fa’atupe mai e le Faletupe o le Lalolagi, ma le Mālō o Ausetalia, fa’apea ai foi le auala laupapa i Vaisigano, lea e fa’atupe e le Mālō o Iapani, fa’apea le galuega uma tau eletise, e maua mai i le suavai, i lea vaega o Vaisigano, o lo o faatupeina i se fesoasoani mai ile Faletupe o Asia.


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4.	Ma Tala mulimuli, mai i le  Matagaluega o Leoleo, o se Lūlū ua ta’ua ua taufa’asēsē, I se alii ua fa’aulu atu nei lana tagi e fa’asaga atu I a I latou e ana lea Lūlū, na māua mai ai fa’amatalaga mai i le Matagaluega o Leoleo e faapea; o le alii ua tagi, na manumalo i le fa’ailoga muamua o le Lūlū, o le ta’avale.  Peitai mulimuli ane ai, iloa e lē ua manumālō, e leaga le taavale ina ua ia taulimaina, aga’i loa lea alii ma fa’aulu lana tagi e faasaga i le fai lūlū ona o le taufa’avalea ma le taufa’asēsē. O lo o faia nei i ai su’esu’ega a Leoleo i lea mataupu.
4. Ma Tala mulimuli, mai i le Matagaluega o Leoleo, o se Lūlū ua ta’ua ua taufa’asēsē, I se alii ua fa’aulu atu nei lana tagi e fa’asaga atu I a I latou e ana lea Lūlū, na māua mai ai fa’amatalaga mai i le Matagaluega o Leoleo e faapea; o le alii ua tagi, na manumalo i le fa’ailoga muamua o le Lūlū, o le ta’avale. Peitai mulimuli ane ai, iloa e lē ua manumālō, e leaga le taavale ina ua ia taulimaina, aga’i loa lea alii ma fa’aulu lana tagi e faasaga i le fai lūlū ona o le taufa’avalea ma le taufa’asēsē. O lo o faia nei i ai su’esu’ega a Leoleo i lea mataupu.

5. Na ta’ua foi e le So’oupu o le Matagaluega o Leoleo le afioga ia ‘Au’apa’au Logoitino Filipo, i se Pepa o Fa’amatalaga, se fe’ese’esea’iga na tula’i mai Uafato i Fagaloa, i le va o ni aiga se lua. Na fa’aoolima ai se alii mai i se tasi itu, i se tane lava o Fagaloa, e 57 tausaga o le soifua, e ala i lona tu’iina o le fofoga, o le alii 57 tausaga I se ma’a. Na afaina le fofoga o le alii ua a’afia, atoa ai ma ona oloa. O le taimi nei la, o lo o fa’aauau foi iai su’esu’ega a Leoleo i lea mataupu.


6. Faapea ai la ma se pisinisi, i Matautu, e fa’apea na osofa’ia e nisi i le aso 25 o le masina ua mavae, ma gaoia ai ni tupe Samoa, tupe Amerika faapea ma tupe Niu Sila, faatasi ai la ma se tusi folau Niu Sila ma ni pepa telefoni a le Bluesky ma le Digicel. O lo o ua i aao nei o le Matagaluega o Leoleo lea mataupu, ma e lei fa’ailoa mai po o ai i latou ua molia, se’ia mae’a suesuega a Mālu o le Mālō.



By : Maina Vai [Samoa-based Correspondent] www.loabaytvradionews.com


Transcript Editor : Hannah Sila www.loabaytvradionews.com









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