Monthly Archives: November 2015

A domestic violence activist in Samoa says a police officer telling women to think carefully before they waste paper making a statement shows the need for a change in attitude within the police force. Tuiloma...

  Samoa woke up this morning to survey the damage after Cyclone Tuni hit the Pacific nation overnight. The high-powered weather system dumped about 100 millimetres of rain and brought strong winds...

Summer’s almost here! And November is hearing some pretty hot music right now! There’s been a surge in some fantastic new albums as well as singles.  Here are some of our fave tracks and...

Stunning Miss World Samoa Latafale Auva’a left for the Miss World pageant in Sanya, China this week.  Auva’a will embark on a month-long journey in China which includes a series of PR stints...

When Gau Tema-Nautu and her girlfriends landed at Melbourne airport last night after a trip to Paris, she checked her phone to find countless messages from friends and family members asking if she was...

PRODUCTION BEGINS ON NEW ZEALAND FILM ‘ONE THOUSAND ROPES One Thousand Ropes commences principal photography in Wellington today November 9, 2015. One Thousand Ropes is the new film from internationally...

  Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, has blasted Miss Pacific Islands, Latafale Auva’a, for choosing the Miss World Pageant over the regional one. The Miss Pacific Islands pageant...

For Nigel Vagana, co-director of the inaugural Pasifika Film Festival, the idea for an event showcasing films from the Pacific Islands began in an unusual place: the football field. Retiring from professional rugby...