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Manu’a High school benefits from paint donation

Tuesday, November 12
The Aoelua Family Reading Program, American Samoa Alliance Against Domestic and Sexual Violence and Neil’s Ace Home Center have joined forces to donate paint and painting supplies to... Read More at Talanei.com.

Two highly suspected measles cases not immunized

Tuesday, November 12
Two children from Samoa who arrived on the Lady Naomi on October 31st are being treated as highly suspected measles cases. The two children, both under 5 years, are being... Read More at Talanei.com.

4,981 households complete registration for ASDRFA

Tuesday, November 12
At the close of business on Friday, 4,981 households had applied for the disaster recovery food assistance program, made available under the Additional Supplemental Disaster Recovery Food Assistance (ASDRFA... Read More at Talanei.com.

Two highly suspected cases of measles

Tuesday, November 12
The Department of Health says two children visiting the territory from Samoa are being treated as highly suspected cases of measles. Responding to KHJ News questions Dr. Saipale Fuimaono says... Read More at Talanei.com.

DOH seizes ten cases of Panadol pills

Friday, November 8
The Department of Health yesterday confiscated ten cases of Panadol pills which are commonly used for colds and headaches. The shipment arrived on the Lady Naomi’s weekly trip... Read More at Talanei.com.

Shipyard employees still working says Board Chairman

Friday, November 8
The Chairman of the Board of the American Samoa Shipyard Services Authority, Liu Siakisone Liu, says there’s stll plenty of jobs to occupy the employees of the government shipyard... Read More at Talanei.com.