Category Archives: News

The latest evidence to support claims that the unique fossil imprint on Turkey’s highest mountain, Mount Ararat is ‘Noah’s Ark’ has come to light at a recent three-day symposium...

Archaeologists in China are excavating a 5000-year old-cemetery north east of Yangguanzhai ruins and have made some interesting discoveries so far. The cemetery which covers some 90,000 square metres...

Two Samoan designers, Peter Tamasese and Oli Laufale, have been selected by fashion production Oxford Fashion Studios to feature their collections in its’ line up as part of New York Fashion Week. Peter’s...

Leaders of the international sub-groups of Samoa Victim Support Group from Auckland, Christchurch, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and American Samoa will join the SVSG Board and Executive in Apia, for a...

  Afterpay, the Sydney-based ‘buy-now-pay-later’ company that launched late last year, has been a huge success servicing over 700,000 customers and is on track for 1 billion dollar payday. Afterpay...

MELBOURNE – A number of Pasifika youth around Melbourne have shared their experiences, thoughts and opinions of racial profiling and recorded them on a CD titled “I Am Not My Skin”. The...

The revelation by a US Democratic congresswoman that she met Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has drawn criticism from lawmakers. Tulsi Gabbard said on Wednesday she had talked to Mr Assad during a recent...

Transmission Films are thrilled to announce that One Thousand Ropes  will have its world premiere at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival (Berlinale). One Thousand Ropes will show in the prestigious Panorama...

Hundreds of thousands of women gathered in Manhattan New York today as with the rest of the world to stand in solidarity for women’s rights and in protest of President Trump’s inauguration...

  A Supreme court judge in Samoa has defended the Samoa Victim Support Group, after the organisation known for their child protection services to Samoa, had been slandered by a Samoan news outlet. Last...