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  • Faalogo, Pito (Aitken Fruean, 1985-01-04)
    The Samoa Times was Samoa's main newspaper in the 1980s.
  • Faalogo, Pito (Aitken Fruean, 1985-01)
    The Samoa Times was Samoa's main newspaper in the 1980s.
  • Unknown author (Manager, Samoa Times, 1984-01-13)
    The Samoa Times was a local newspaper in Samoa in the early 1980s up until 1993. It is a bilingual newspaper run by a private publisher and editors. It focusses mainly on local news and current affairs and public and ...
  • Faalogo, Pito (Aitken Fruean, 1986-01-03)
  • Faalogo, Fata P. (ed.) (Aitken Fruean and Fata Pito Faalogo., 1985-01-04)
    The Samoa Times was Samoa's main newspaper in the 1980s and early 1990s. It was a daily bulletin and became very popular for over a decade in Samoa and the South Pacific region, however it went out of business after a short ...
  • Faalogo, Fata Pito; Va'a, Leulu Felise (ed.). (Samoa Times Ltd. Apia., 1991-01)
    Reel 6 of Samoa Times continues from January 1991 to October, a time of climatic upset and devastation / poverty brought about by Cyclone Ofa and Samoa is finding it difficult to survive economically. The economy and ...
  • Faalogo, Fata P. (Editor / Publisher).; Time, Peata (Manager/ Adv.). (Fata Pito Faalogo: Apia, Samoa., 1984-01-13)
    The Samoa Times was a local newspaper in Samoa in the early 1980s up until 1993. It is a bilingual newspaper run by a private publisher and editors. It focusses mainly on local news and current affairs and public and ...
  • Faalogo, Fata Pito. (ed.); Va' a, Leulu Felise (Samoa Times Ltd. Apia, 1989-06-23)
    The Samoa Times reel 5, takes us from 1985 to the end of 1989. A very exciting time in Samoa, and a lot went on at this time. Life continues to change and improve for many people and some new and emerging leaders and ...
  • Llewella Pierce Churchill (1902)
  • Tuia, Tagataese Tupu.; Radha, Iyer (Australian & New Zealand Comparative and International Education Society (ANZCIES)., 2014)
    This paper analyses the education policy of Samoa to examine the values that are presented within as relevant to the education system. Drawing on the theory of postcolonialism and globalization, we illustrate how the global ...
  • Barnes, Shawn S; Hunt, Terry L (University of Auckland, 2005)
    The pre-contact connectivity between the West Polynesian archipelagos of Sämoa, Tonga and Fiji has been well documented through genealogical (Gunson 1997, Krämer 1994, Schoeffel 1987), linguistic (Geraghty 1995, Marck 2000, ...
  • De Francisci Morales, Gianmarco (Journal of Machine Learning Research, 2015)
    Samoa (Scalable Advanced Massive Online Analysis) is a platform for mining big data streams. It provides a collection of distributed streaming algorithms for the most common data mining and machine learning tasks such as ...
  • John B Stair (1895)
  • Bush, Allister; Collings, Sunny; Tamasese, Kiwi (Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2005)
    Objectives: To compare psychiatrists’ perspectives on the meaning of self, in general adult public practice psychiatry in the Wellington region of New Zealand, with a Samoan view of self and to discuss the implications for ...
  • David J. Addison & Tautala S. Asaua (2006)
  • Cochrane, Ethan E; Rieth, Timothy M (Oceania Publications, 2016)
    We summarise previous provenance research of Samoan lithic and ceramic artefacts, noting the timing and relative frequency of artefact transfers. Our summary suggests few intra and extra-archipelago artefact transfers for ...
  • TCHERK-ZOFF, SERGE (The Journal of the Polynesian Society, 2000-06)
    This paper has benefited from the discussions in Canberra and in Auckland in March 1999 following lectures I gave on the topic. All my thanks to Judith Huntsman, and to Margaret Jolly and Darrell Tryon, for their invitations. ...
  • Tcherkezoff, Serge (Polynesian Society, 2000-06)
    In contemporary Samoan discourse as well as in all writings by Samoans or Westerners, from the 1930s to the most recent books and theses, the word matai is presented as the specific Samoan word which has always been used ...

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