We’ve all seen it. You’re Googling something to do with Samoa and you see from the...Read More
Tag: Samoan Language
As the heart of the Pacific ocean, it makes sense that so many of Samoa’s alagaupu &...Read More
My grandfather was a diligent note-keeper. He was a faiava, which means he lived with my...Read More
A couple years ago, an expectant mother asked the natives in the The Ville (One Samoana’s...Read More
Once upon a time (1979, to be exact) a Samoan newspaper was born in New Zealand for the sole purpose of keeping our migrant community connected with home through news, gossip and columns about God, culture and family.
This newspaper’s name was “Samoana“, and it was the first monolingual Samoan publication in New Zealand.
The Samoana Newspaper had an amazing 27-year run full of ups and downs, some incredible people, the odd scandal and a LOT of heart…Read More