Mother Deny Manslaughter In Death Of Baby Daughter

Deidre Tautua – Fanene

A mother who allegedly struck and killed her 1-year-old baby girl on the head with the wooden handle of a broomstick earlier this year rejected manslaughter charges.

The Samalaeulu, Savaii, mother, denied four charges in connection with her daughter’s death before Justice Tafaoimalo Leilani Tuala – Warren.

Man Who Confessed To Conspiracy May Be Called In As State Witness

Deidre Tautua – Fanene

The man who confessed in the Supreme Court to charges of conspiracy to murder the Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, may be called in as a state witness.

Taualai Leiloa pleaded guilty to two conspiracy charges and will be sentenced at the end of the month on the 30th of September 2019.

Stopping Abandoned Babies A Big Job

Babies who are abandoned and left to die is an ongoing tragedy the Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi has accepted as longstanding.

 But he was careful at suggesting how to stop it, when the issue was put to him during his weekly media session on national radio yesterday.

The body of a newborn baby girl found at the Mulifanua Wharf last weekend prompted his reaction.

Tight PM Security While In Australia

Deidre Tautua – Fanene

A tighter security is anticipated while Prime Minister Tuilaepa is visiting Australia, to add more cheer to the Manu Samoa against the Wallabies, in last night’s World Cup warm up international.

The Commissioner of Police, Fuiavailili Egon Keil, assured all necessary security measures is taken by the host country, for the security of the Prime Minister.

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