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Talafou mai Ausetalia, Samoa ma le Pasefika. Taaloga, mataupu i le Soifua maloloina ma fesoasoani i le aumau ai i Ausetalia nei.

Talafou mai Ausetalia, Samoa ma le Pasefika. Taaloga, mataupu i le Soifua maloloina ma fesoasoani i le aumau ai i Ausetalia nei.
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Sydney, NSW

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Talafou mai Ausetalia, Samoa ma le Pasefika. Taaloga, mataupu i le Soifua maloloina ma fesoasoani i le aumau ai i Ausetalia nei.

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Another mass shooting, another rethink of gun laws in America - Toe molimauina foi le maliliu o tagata e toatele ina ua tafanaina e seisi i Amerika.

10/9/2017
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The flaw in the over-used argument from the president of the American National Rifle Association that goes - 'the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun, is a good guy with a gun' - was plainly revealed when a gunman with many semi-automatic rifles shot indiscriminately at a crowd of concert-goers in Las Vegas from inside a hotel room 32 stories high. - O le faa'upuga masani mai le National Rifle Association i Amerika e faapea mai - pau le auala e taofia ai se tama leaga ma se fana o se...

Duration: 00:04:00


Samoa has another go at running an international airline.

9/24/2017
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After years of running Polynesian Airlines (mostly at a loss) then a partnership with a No-Frills airline company, the government of Samoa has again embarked on another airline venture in the form of the newly formed Samoa Airways. Autagavaia Tipi reports from Apia. (Na fa'amatu'u e le malo Samoa lana kamupani vaalele le Polenisia ona o le tele o tausaga o gau. Na sosoo ai ma se faiga pa'aga ma seisi kamupani vaalele. Ae pei ona lipotia mai e Autagavaia Tipi mai Apia, ua mautu nei le...

Duration: 00:01:16


54 asylum-seekers from Nauru and Manus Island will soon call America home.

9/20/2017
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They have been vetted by the new US administration, and the first 54 asylum seekers who have passed scrutiny will soon leave the offshore detention centres in Nauru and Manus Island to start a new life in the USA. This partial outcome is the result of an agreement between the federal government of Australia and the Barack Obama administration. (Ua mae'a ona suesueina e pei o aiaiga a le faigamalo fou i Amerika, ma ua talia le toa 54 tagata sulufai e mafai ona ulufale ma aumau i Amerika.)

Duration: 00:03:02


Commission of Inquiry into domestic violence in Samoa begins.

9/20/2017
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The Commission of Inquiry into domestic violence in Samoa has begun hearing testimonies from victims of domestic violence in Samoa. This report from Autagavaia includes a segment of the testimony by the first witness, a woman who was a victim of domestic violence. (Ua amata le galuega a le Komisi su'esu'e i le mataupu i le sauaina o tina ma fanau i totonu o aiga i Samoa. I le lipoti lenei a Autagavaia Tipi mai Apia, o loo iai ma se vaega o le molimau a se tina na sauaina e lona to'alua i le...

Duration: 00:02:40


US accepts 54 asylum-seekers from Nauru and Manus Island.

9/20/2017
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After years in limbo on Manus Island and Nauru, some refugees will know in coming days whether or not they're being successfully vetted to settle in the USA. Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says around 54 of them will leave Nauru and Manus for a new start in the USA. (Ua faailoa mai e le palemia Malcolm Turnbull le taliaina e le faigamalo i Amerika o tagata sulufa'i e to'a 54 o le a tuua nei nofoaga saisai i Manus Island ma Nauru mo se amataga fou i le soifuaga i Amerika.)

Duration: 00:03:02


JAWS president Apulu Lance Polu resigns and other stories from Apia...

9/13/2017
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JAWS president Apulu Lance Polu has tendered his resignation from Samoa's peak Association of Journalists as the court in Apia handles a complaint filed against him by one of his fellow directors in the company Nonu Enterprises. This and other stories reported by Autagavaia Tipi from Apia. (Ua faamavae Apulu Lance Polu ma le tofi peresitene o le Asosi a le au tusiatala i Samoa, le JAWS, ae o tagofia e le faamasinoga i Apia se tagi e faasaga ia te ia ma le minisita o le Kapeneta ua faamavae...

Duration: 00:10:16


Chief Medical Officer debunks fear campaign against immunisation.

9/11/2017
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Health minister Greg Hunt is urging all parents to vaccinate their children. His call is supported by Australia's Chief Medical Officer Professor Brendan Murphy who condemns what he calls a 'fear campaign' from some in the community who claim that immunisation can cause autism in children. (O loo faitioina malosi e le pule o 'au'aunaga o le soifua maloloina i Ausetalia, Professor Brendan Murphy tala'iga sese o loo faia e nisi, o loo ta'ua ai le iai o se so'otaga i le faia o tui puipuia o le...

Duration: 00:05:24


Is Hurricane Irma a sign of worse climate activity to come?

9/11/2017
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Just weeks after Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc in Texas, one of the strongest cyclones in History, Hurricane Irma tore through the Caribbean and the State of Florida in the US. Climate analysts are warning that with the current rates of greenhouse emissions and climate change, strong cyclones like Harvey and Irma are likely to be regular occurrences in the future. (Na o ni vaiaso na va ai le asiasiga a le afa malosi o Harvey i Texas ae aafia le atu Kerepeane ma le Setete o Florida i le afa...

Duration: 00:03:39


Myanmar's treatment of Rohingya population a textbook example of ethnic cleansing : UN Human Rights chief.

9/11/2017
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The United Nations Commissioner for Human Rights has condemned Myanmar's treatment of the Rohingya population as tantamount to 'ethnic cleansing.' Last month, around 300,000 Rohingya fled the country to neighbouring Bangladesh. Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar's elected leader, is under mounting pressure to stem the flow of Rohingya asylum seekers. (Ua faitioina malosi e le Komesina o Aia Tatau a malo aufaatasi le sauaina o tagata Rohingya e le malo Myanmar. O loo malosi le valaau i...

Duration: 00:03:53


Power supply dominates Question Time

9/11/2017
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The prime minister Malcolm Turnbull is urging AGL to keep operating its coal-fired power station at Liddell beyond 2022. It's a move that is supported by Liberal's Coalition partner, the National Party, but strongly criticised by the Opposition and others concerned about Australia achieving its Clean Energy Target. (O loo tauanau e le palemia Malcolm Turnbull le Kamupani a le AGL e faaauau ona faafaigaluega le nofoaga gaosi eletise i Liddell i luma atu o le 2022. O le nofoaga lenei o loo...

Duration: 00:03:11


Inter-Samoa annual talks to be held in Apia next month.

9/10/2017
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Re-opening taro exports from Samoa to American Samoa will be one of the issues discussed in this year's annual inter-Samoa talks between the leaders of the independent State of Samoa and American Samoa. (O se tasi o mataupu o loo faamoemoe e aofia i talanoaga i le va o le palemia o Samoa ma le Kovana o Amerika Samoa, o le toe tatalaina lea o le maketi o le talo mai Samoa lea ua umi se taimi o tapunia ona o se vairusi na aafia ai talo mai le malo tutoatasi.)

Duration: 00:01:50


Inter-Samoa talks to be held in Apia next month.

9/10/2017
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Re-opening taro exports from Samoa to American Samoa will be one of the issues discussed in this year's annual inter-Samoa talks between the leaders of the independent State of Samoa and American Samoa. (O se tasi o mataupu o loo faamoemoe e aofia i talanoaga i le va o le palemia o Samoa ma le Kovana o Amerika Samoa, o le toe tatalaina lea o le maketi o le talo mai Samoa lea ua umi se taimi o tapunia ona o se vairusi na aafia ai talo mai le malo tutoatasi.)

Duration: 00:01:50


High Court opens the way for postal plebiscite on same-sex marriage.

9/7/2017
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The High Court has opened the way for a postal plebiscite on same-sex marriage to be held when it threw out a legal challenge. (Ua tatalaina e le faamasinoga maualuga le faitoto'a e faia ai se pelepesite lafo i le mataupu i faaipoipoga a itupa tutusa.)

Duration: 00:05:28


Irma wreaks havoc on Carribean and heading to Florida.

9/7/2017
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Hurricane Irma has left a trail of destruction through islands of the Carribbean, killing at least ten people. It is expected make landfall in Florida this weekend. (Ua toa sefulu tagata ua maliliu mai le afa malosi o Hurricane Irma lea o loo aafia ai pea nisi o motu o le Kerepeane. O loo iai le faamoemoe e taunuu i Florida i le faaiuga o le vaiaso nei.)

Duration: 00:03:32


Teuila Festival opens in Apia

9/6/2017
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The annual Teuila Festival has opened in Apia as Samoa plays host to the Pacific Forum. Autagavaia Tipi reports from Apia. (Ua tatala aloa'ia i Apia le Faaaliga o le Teuila mo lenei tausaga, ae o usuia fo'i i Samoa le fonotaga a ta'ita'i o atunuu o le Pasefika. Lipotia mai e Autagavaia Tipi mai Apia.)

Duration: 00:01:05


High Court begins hearing challenges to same-sex marriage postal vote

9/6/2017
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The High Court of Australia has begun hearing legal challenges against a postal plebiscite on same-sex marriage. Among those attending the hearing yesterday was Felicity Marlowe (pictured far right) a mother of three who has been in a same-sex relationship with her partner Sarah for 17 years. (Ua amata tagofia e le faamasinoga maualuga i Ausetalia tagi e faasaga i le malo tele ma lana faai'uga e faia se palota lafo e saili ai le finagalo o le atunuu i le mataupu i faaipoipoga a itupa...

Duration: 00:04:24


Tougher penalties to protect vulnerable workers from exploitation.

9/6/2017
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Penalties of up to $126,000 for individuals and more than $600,000 for companies have been passed by the Senate under new changes to the Fair work Act to protect vulnerable workers from being exploited by their employers. The company 7-Eleven has so far paid about $150 million in compensation to staff around Australia who were overworked and underpaid. The company was also accused of falsifying records and pay slips and coercing some workers to pay back part of their wages. (E oo i le...

Duration: 00:02:45


Australia and USA agree on threat posed by North Korea.

9/6/2017
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Australia's prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says he and US president Donald Trump are absolutely of one mind in condemning North Korea's reckless conduct. Mr Turnbull says more measures need to be put in place to bring this "reckless, dangerous, provocative regime to its senses without conflict." (Na faaalia e le palemia o Ausetalia Malcolm Turnbull, ua 'autasi o la manatu ma le peresitene o Amerika Donald Trump i le faitioina o le faigamalo i Korea i Matu ma le tulaga lamatia o le lalolagi...

Duration: 00:01:49


Faaaogaina o faailoga ile Gagana Samoa

8/31/2017
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Commission selected by Parliament hands down decision regarding Samoan Language and the use of symbols (Faia le faaiuga a le Komisi tofia e le Palemene e faatatau i le faaaogaina o faailoga i le gagana Samoa)

Duration: 00:01:49


Samoa's 2017 Teuila Festival without long boat racing

8/31/2017
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Program forTeuila Festival 2017.It has been confirmed that one of the major highlights of the Festival each year, long boat racing is not included in program (Sauni Samoa e faamanatu le Teuila 2017. Faamaonia mai e le o aofia ai ma tuuga fautasi e pei ona masani ai i Teuila o tausaga ua tuanai)

Duration: 00:01:12

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