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          Several Main Roster Talents at The Mae Young Classics Tonight      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

WWE referee Scott Armstrong revealed on Twitter that Samoa Joe, Billie Kay and Peyton Royce are at tonight’s Mae Young Classics. All the Superstars are turning out for the Mae Young Classic here in Orlando! @PeytonRoyceWWE @BillieKayWWE @SamoaJoe @WWE @WWENetwork #MYC2018 😎 pic.twitter.com/cFXiuDr150 — Scott Armstrong (@WWEArmstrong) August 8, 2018 They did this last year […]

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          Pacific Island Pelagic Fisheries; 2018 U.S. Territorial Longline Bigeye Tuna Catch Limits      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NMFS proposes a 2018 limit of 2,000 metric tons (t) of longline-caught bigeye tuna for each U.S. Pacific territory (American Samoa, Guam, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI)). NMFS would allow each territory to allocate up to 1,000 t each year to U.S. longline fishing vessels in a specified fishing agreement that meets established criteria. As an accountability measure, NMFS would monitor, attribute, and restrict (if necessary) catches of longline-caught bigeye tuna, including catches made under a specified fishing agreement. The proposed catch limits and accountability measures would support the long-term sustainability of fishery resources of the U.S. Pacific Islands.
          Pacific Island Fisheries; Ecosystem Component Species      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NMFS announces that the Western Pacific Fishery Management Council (Council) proposes to amend the Fishery Ecosystem Plans (FEP) for American Samoa, the Mariana Archipelago, and Hawaii. Amendment 4 to the American Samoa FEP, Amendment 5 to the Marianas FEP, and Amendment 5 to the Hawaii FEP would reclassify certain management unit species as ecosystem component species. The intent of these amendments is to focus management efforts on species that are in need of conservation and management, and improve efficiency of fishery management in the region.
          Nurse charged over Samoa baby deaths      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Samoan police have filed charges against a nurse, following the deaths of two babies on the island of Savai'i last month.
           Temple Groundbreakings Done on the Same Day       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

May 8, 1999With fewer than two dozen temples built and dedicated in the Church’s first 150 years, the 22 days separating the groundbreakings for the Manti Utah Temple (April 25, 1877) and the Logan Utah Temple (May 18, 1877) was the shortest time difference between the start of two temples for more than a century.Hermosillo Sonora Mexico—Elder Eran A. CallOctober 17, 2015Suva Fiji—Elder Earl M. MonsonNovember 4, 2000April 24, 1999Ciudad Juarez Mexico—Elder Eran A. CallVillahermosa Mexico—Elder Richard E. Turley Sr.Tucson Arizona—President Dieter F. UchtdorfSince then, 10 other dates have seen ground broken for at least two different temples on the same day—including three temples each on March 13, 1999, and May 29, 1999.With President Gordon B. Hinckley’s push to have 100 temples by the end of the year 2000, groundbreakings, construction, and dedications increased dramatically. President James E. Faust, then Second Counselor to President Hinckley, held consecutive groundbreakings in Brazil in early May 1998—in Campinas on May 1 and Porto Alegre on May 2.Veracruz Mexico—Elder Carl B. PrattLubbock Texas—Elder Rex D. PinegarOctober 10, 1998In a seven-day stretch in February 1981, President Spencer W. Kimball presided at three temple groundbreakings in the South Pacific. Following the February 13 ceremony for the Papeete Tahiti Temple, President Kimball held back-to-back groundbreakings for the Nuku’alofa Tonga and Apia Samoa Temples on February 18 and 19, respectively.Adelaide Australia—Elder Vaughn J. FeatherstoneConcepcion Chile—Elder Walter F. GonzálezKona Hawaii—Elder John B. DicksonSan Antonio Texas—Elder H. Bruce StuckiColumbia South Carolina—Elder Gordon T. WattsMarch 29, 2003Two groundbreakings in as many days happened twice in September 1982—with Elder Boyd K. Packer in Lima, Peru, on the 11th, and Elder Richard G. Scott in Guatemala City, Guatemala, on the 12th.Helsinki Finland—Elder D. Lee ToblerRio de Janeiro Brazil—Elder Claudio R. M. CostaSpokane Washington—Elder F. Melvin HammondDetroit Michigan—Elder Jay E. Jensen Elder Jay E. Jensen, second from right, and Elder David E. Sorensen, four from the left, both of the Seventy, join local leaders in the groundbreaking for the Detroit Michigan Temple on October 10, 1998. The groundbreaking for the Spokane Washington Temple was held on the same day. Photo from the Church News archives.Copenhagen Denmark—Elder Spencer J. CondieMarch 13, 1999Oaxaca Mexico—Elder Carl B. PrattBaton Rouge Louisiana—Elder Monte L. BroughMonterrey Mexico—Elder Lynn A. MickelsenThen came a substantial increase in temples in the early 1980s—17 dedicated from 1983 to 1985 alone. The frequency meant the groundbreakings started coming more frequently and closer together.Louisville Kentucky—Elder John K. CarmackArequipa Peru—Elder Carlos A. GodoyMay 29, 1999Later that year came the first time two temple groundbreaking ceremonies were held on the same day—October 10, 1998—with Elder Jay E. Jensen for the Detroit Michigan Temple and Elder F. Melvin Hammond for the Spokane Washington Temple.Nashville Tennessee—Elder John K. CarmackMarch 4, 2017December 5, 1998January 9, 1999San Jose Costa Rica—Elder Lynn G. Robbins


          8/9/2018: FRONT PAGE: PACIFIC TUSSLE      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
VANUATU Received $180m in Chinese aid and $154m in Australian aid since 2015 FIJI Received $357m in Australian aid and $292m in Chinese aid since 2011 SAMOA Received $225m in Australian aid and $170m in Chinese aid since 2011
          An Amazing Story: How a Sub Sailed the Pacific with Sails Made From Hammocks & Blankets      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In spring 1921, USS Conestoga, a tugboat assigned to the United States Submarine Force, went missing somewhere in the Pacific, while on its way to American Samoa....
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          Nurse in Samoa faces two charges over baby deaths      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A nurse in Samoa is facing criminal charges including one of negligence after two babies died last month.
          Two men jailed for Samoan market ransacking      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Two men in Samoa have been convicted and sentenced to nine months in jail for their part in the Salelologa market ransacking last month.
          Second Pacific Tourism Insights Conference to convene in Samoa in October 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Pacific Asia Travel Association in partnership with the South Pacific Tourism Organisation will organise the second Pacific Tourism...
          The Ultimate Guide to SummerSlam 2018 – AJ Styles vs Samoa Joe!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The big summer blockbuster is almost here. I’m not talking about Thanos trying to destroy the galaxy either. I’m talking about WWE’s 31st annual SummerSlam PPV of entertainment and pro-wrestling, which is set to take place on August 19th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn New York and can be watched live in HD on the WWE Network […]

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          Pacific Beat: Thursday      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
On the program: PNG's police minister launches an investigation into a video that alleges police brutality, and a Samoan nurse is charged in relation to the deaths of 2 babies who died shortly after receiving the routine MMR vaccination.
          To Savaii      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
An announcement comes over the PA telling us that were about to land. Issy says we cant land now because shes just got comfortable. I tell her that Im sure the pilot and the rest of the passengers wouldnt mind if we did laps of Samoa for a c
          Samoa Here We Come      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Winter in Melbourne is excruciating. The football season is the only upside but when you follow a team which has managed to win only twice in its past twenty five outings thats not much of an upside. We must escape.We decide to take a two week bre
           Temple Groundbreakings Done on the Same Day       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Baton Rouge Louisiana—Elder Monte L. BroughWith fewer than two dozen temples built and dedicated in the Church’s first 150 years, the 22 days separating the groundbreakings for the Manti Utah Temple (April 25, 1877) and the Logan Utah Temple (May 18, 1877) was the shortest time difference between the start of two temples for more than a century.January 9, 1999May 8, 1999Oaxaca Mexico—Elder Carl B. PrattApril 24, 1999Villahermosa Mexico—Elder Richard E. Turley Sr.Louisville Kentucky—Elder John K. CarmackCiudad Juarez Mexico—Elder Eran A. CallSan Jose Costa Rica—Elder Lynn G. RobbinsWith President Gordon B. Hinckley’s push to have 100 temples by the end of the year 2000, groundbreakings, construction, and dedications increased dramatically. President James E. Faust, then Second Counselor to President Hinckley, held consecutive groundbreakings in Brazil in early May 1998—in Campinas on May 1 and Porto Alegre on May 2.Suva Fiji—Elder Earl M. MonsonHermosillo Sonora Mexico—Elder Eran A. CallSince then, 10 other dates have seen ground broken for at least two different temples on the same day—including three temples each on March 13, 1999, and May 29, 1999.Rio de Janeiro Brazil—Elder Claudio R. M. CostaNashville Tennessee—Elder John K. CarmackMonterrey Mexico—Elder Lynn A. MickelsenArequipa Peru—Elder Carlos A. GodoyVeracruz Mexico—Elder Carl B. PrattConcepcion Chile—Elder Walter F. GonzálezIn a seven-day stretch in February 1981, President Spencer W. Kimball presided at three temple groundbreakings in the South Pacific. Following the February 13 ceremony for the Papeete Tahiti Temple, President Kimball held back-to-back groundbreakings for the Nuku’alofa Tonga and Apia Samoa Temples on February 18 and 19, respectively.Helsinki Finland—Elder D. Lee Tobler Elder Jay E. Jensen, second from right, and Elder David E. Sorensen, four from the left, both of the Seventy, join local leaders in the groundbreaking for the Detroit Michigan Temple on October 10, 1998. The groundbreaking for the Spokane Washington Temple was held on the same day. Photo from the Church News archives.March 13, 1999Kona Hawaii—Elder John B. DicksonTwo groundbreakings in as many days happened twice in September 1982—with Elder Boyd K. Packer in Lima, Peru, on the 11th, and Elder Richard G. Scott in Guatemala City, Guatemala, on the 12th.March 29, 2003November 4, 2000Later that year came the first time two temple groundbreaking ceremonies were held on the same day—October 10, 1998—with Elder Jay E. Jensen for the Detroit Michigan Temple and Elder F. Melvin Hammond for the Spokane Washington Temple.Copenhagen Denmark—Elder Spencer J. CondieMarch 4, 2017Columbia South Carolina—Elder Gordon T. WattsThen came a substantial increase in temples in the early 1980s—17 dedicated from 1983 to 1985 alone. The frequency meant the groundbreakings started coming more frequently and closer together.October 10, 1998October 17, 2015May 29, 1999Detroit Michigan—Elder Jay E. JensenSan Antonio Texas—Elder H. Bruce StuckiDecember 5, 1998Lubbock Texas—Elder Rex D. PinegarAdelaide Australia—Elder Vaughn J. FeatherstoneSpokane Washington—Elder F. Melvin HammondTucson Arizona—President Dieter F. Uchtdorf


          Dateline Pacific evening edition for 9 August 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Samoa's Ministry of Health is working with the World Health Organisation to win back the public's trust after the death of two babies following vaccination; two police officers in Papua New Guinea are suspended after beating a teenager; a new funding push by the United States into the Indo-Pacific region has been labelled late to the party; the Papua New Guinea criminal justice system tries to improve the way it prosecutes family and sexual violence crimes involving children; a Cook Islands developer hopes work will be underway this year on a five star hotel on Rarotonga.
          Samoa tackles impact of baby deaths on immunisation programme      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Samoa's Ministry of Health is working with the World Health Organisation to win back the public's trust after the death of two babies following vaccination a month ago.
          Slaba gledanost: Dodjela Oscara od sad će trajati “samo” tri sata      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Mali zlatni kipovi od sljedeće će se godine podijeliti u samo tri sata, a dodana je i nova nagrada za najpopularniji film. Organizatori dodjele Oscara objavili su u srijedu da će zbog slabe gledanosti skratiti na najviše tri sata svečanu dodjelu te filmske nagrade koju uživo prenosi televizija, te uvesti novu kategoriju nagrade za najpopularniji […]
          Nurse charged as two babies die minutes after receiving vaccine      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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          Women's Wool Socks "Opal Rainforest 8" Hand Cranked by tgknits      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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From Opal premium yarn, Rainforest 8 collection, features the endangered creatures in exquisitely interpreted striping. Colorway, Samoa Sisters.
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          Kayserispor, Asamoah ve Varela’yı yeni transfer olarak görüyor      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kayserispor, Asamoah ve Varela’yı yeni transfer olarak görüyorKayserispor, Asamoah ve Varela’yı yeni transfer olarak görüyor
Kayserispor, kamp döneminde performanslarında artış olan Asamoah Gyan ve Silvestre Varela'yı yeni transfer olarak görüyor.

          Kayserispor, Asamoah ve Varela’yı yeni transfer olarak görüyor      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kayserispor, kamp döneminde performanslarında artış olan Asamoah Gyan ve Silvestre Varela’yı yeni transfer olarak görüyor.Kayserispor Kulübü Başkanı Erol Bedir, takımın iyi bir kamp dönemi geçirdiğini kaldırılamayacak bir sakatlık yaşanmamasının...
          Australia to help build Samoa parliament in latest Pacific aid pledge      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Australia on Thursday promised radio gear and help to build parliament offices in Samoa's capital of Apia, the latest pledge of aid in the Pacific Islands where China and Australia have been ramping up tit-for-tat donations.

           Australia to help build Samoa parliament in latest...       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
By Tom WestbrookSYDNEY, Aug 9 (Reuters) - Australia on Thursday promised radio gear and help to build parliament offices in Samoa's capital of Apia, the...
          Australia to help build Samoa parliament in latest Pacific aid pledge      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Australia on Thursday promised radio gear and help to build parliament offices in Samoa's capital of Apia, the latest pledge of aid in the Pacific Islands where China and Australia have been ramping up tit-for-tat donations.

          Bahía se mete en octavos y espera a Nacional o Botafogo      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
El Bahía brasileño se clasificó este miércoles a los octavos de final de la Copa Sudamericana tras empatar en Montevideo 1-1 con el Cerro, que no supo encontrar el ´ábrete Sésamo´ para remontar la diferencia de 2-0. El equipo de Salvador espera en la fase de los dieciséis mejores al mejor ...
          Australia to help build Samoa parliament in latest Pacific aid pledge      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Australia on Thursday promised radio gear and help to build parliament offices in Samoa's capital of Apia, the latest pledge of aid in the Pacific Islands where China and Australia have been ramping up tit-for-tat donations.

          Samoa 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Four minutes of perfect pits in Samoa, July 2018. Filmed by Kyle Drury, Glenn Mortimer, Jayden Shea and Aaron Kimmons.
          Free parking ends in Samoa's capital      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Samoa's Land Transport Authority is installing parking meters in downtown Apia bringing an end to free parking in the capital.
          Protections for elderly, disabled proposed in American Samoa      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
American Samoa's governor is proposing legislation to protect the elderly and disabled population in the territory from abuse and neglect.
          No decision yet on Samoa wharf accommodation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Samoa's prime minister says no decision has been made on the controversial proposal to build accommodation at Mulifanua wharf.
          China hoping for direct flights to Samoa      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
China is hoping for direct charter flights between China and Samoa.
          UNGA Adopts Resolution on Migration Conference, Decisions on UHC Meeting, SAMOA Pathway Review      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In its resolution on the migration conference, the UNGA recommends that the conference result in adoption of an intergovernmental negotiated and agreed outcome. The UNGA decided on arrangements for several high-level meetings, including the dates for the 74th session of the UNGA’s General Debate in 2019 and high-level meetings on universal health coverage and the review of implementation of the SAMOA Pathway.
          Best of Services 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Accounting Firm Corsetti Jamie CPA 815 Seventh St., Eureka; 445-3078 corsetticpa.com Second Place: Cunningham Malone & Morton Inc. Third Place: Aalfs, Evans & Company, LLP Accupuncturist Alyssa Melody 780 Seventh St., Suite 10, Arcata; 510-593-7775 acupuncturehumboldt.com Second Place: Stacey Small Third Place: Sheridan Richardson Attorney Kathleen Bryson 732 Fifth St., Eureka; 268-8600 humboldtjustice.com Second Place: Angela Petrusha Third Place: Rory Hanson Auto Body Shop Quality Body Works 949 W Del Norte St., Eureka; 443-7769 qualitybodyworks.com Second Place: Myrtletown Body Shop Third Place: Fred’s Body Shop Auto Repair Leon’s Car Care Center 929 Broadway, Eureka; 444-9636 leons-carcare.com Second Place: German Motors of Arcata Third Place: Johnson Auto Electric Bank/Credit Union Coast Central Credit Union 2650 Harrison Ave., Eureka; 445-8801 Locations in Arcata, Eureka, Fortuna, Hoopa, McKinleyville and Willow Creek coastccu.org Second Place: Redwood Capital Bank Third Place: Umpqua Bank Barber Teri the Hellbetty Barber at Trim Scene 930 Samoa Blvd., Arcata; 630-5067 trimscenesalon.com Second Place: Rocky’s Barber Shop Third Place: Matt at Sanders Grooming Lounge and Supply Bed & Breakfast The Lost Whale Inn Oceanfront B&B 452 Patrick’s Point Drive, Trinidad; 677-3425 lostwhaleinn.com Second Place: Gingerbread Mansion Inn Third Place: Carter House Inns Caregiving Organization Hospice of Humboldt 3327 Timber Fall Court, Eureka; 445-8443 hospiceofhumboldt.org Second Place: Frye’s Care Home Third Place: California Mentor Chiropractic Office Griffith Luoma Chiropractic 2456 Buhne St., Eureka, 443-0695 Second Place: Active Care Chiropractic Third Place: King Chiropractic Cleaning Service A-1 Cleaning Service, LLC 12 W. Seventh St., Eureka; 442-3229 a1clean.net Second Place: Restif Cleaning Service Cooperative, Inc. Third Place: WWC Cleaning Computer Repair Service Cornerstone Computers 437 Henderson St., Eureka; 442-9998 cornerstone-computers.com Second Place: Renaissance Computing Third Place: Simply Macintosh Construction Company New Life Service Co. 39 Fifth St., Eureka; 444-8222 newlifeserviceco.dkiservices.com Second Place: Ray Wolfe Construction Inc. Third Place: Coastal Construction and Remodeling Customer Service S.T.I.L. 2940 Broadway #E, Eureka; 269-0210 stillhumboldt.com Second Place: Pacific Outfitters Third Place: Real Property Management Humboldt Dance Studio Trillium Dance Studios 855 Eighth St., Arcata; 822-8408 trilliumdance.com Second Place: Dance Scene Studio Third Place: Body High Pole Dance Dentist Office Growing Smiles Dentistry 2787 Harris St., Eureka; 443-6781 growingsmilesdentistry.com Second Place: Wolven Richard F DDS Third Place: Felines H. Tipton, DDS, A Dental Corporation Doctor’s Office Open Door Community Health Center Arcata, Eureka, Ferndale, Fortuna, McKinleyville and Willow Creek; 269-7073 opendoorhealth.com Second Place: Full Circle Center for Integrative Medicine Third Place: With Open Arms Reproductive Health Care…
          Başkan Erol Bedir, "Performanslarını ben de iple çekiyorum"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Başkan Erol Bedir,

Kayserispor, Asamoah ve Varela'yı yeni transfer olarak görüyor


          Washington State center Fred Mauigoa named to Polynesian Award watch list      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

PULLMAN – Washington State center Fred Mauigoa was one of 16 players in the Pac-12 Conference named Thursday to the watch list for the Polynesian College Football Player of the Year award.

The most recent winner of the award, of course, is ex-Cougar standout defensive tackle Hercules Mata’afa, who claimed it after a memorable junior season in which he led the Pac-12 in sacks and tackles-for-loss.

Mauigoa finds his name on the watch list for the very first time. The Iliili, American Samoa, native became the Cougars’ starting center last season, replacing Riley Sorenson, and started in all 13 games as a sophomore. WSU finished the 2017 with the country’s second-best passing offense.

Other Pac-12 inclusions were Utah’s Bradlee Anae, Lo Falemaka and Leki Fotu, Stanford’s Brandon Fanaika, USC’s Jordan Iosefa, Toa Lobendahn, Vavae Malepeai and Brandon Pili, Washington’s Benning Potoa’e, UCLA’s Boss Tagaloa, Cal’s Kanawai Noa, Oregon’s Austin Faoliu and Oregon State’s Guz Lavaka, Noah Togiai and Kalani Vakameilalo.


          Favoritos nas casas de apostas para o SummerSlam 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Há duas semanas do SummerSlam, o portal britânico de apostas SkyBet publicou as primeiras apostas para o evento dia 19 de agosto no Brooklyn, em Nova York.

De acordo com o bookmaker, Samoa Joe é um favorito para conquistar o WWE Championship, assim como Seth Rollins e Ronda Rousey para Intercontinental Championship e RAW Women's Championship, respectivamente.

Curiosamente, ainda não há apostas na disputa pelo Universal Championship entre Brock Lesnar e Roman Reigns. No entanto, há uma guia especial disponível para "o próximo campeão da Universal após Brock Lesnar", para o qual Roman Reigns é o favorito claramente.

Também não há apostas disponíveis para a disputa pelo título americano entre Shinsuke Nakamura e Jeff Hardy, o que pode indicar que Randy Orton provavelmente se juntará à luta.

No momento, as apostas publicadas são as seguintes:

– RAW Womens Championship: Alexa Bliss (2/1) vs. Ronda Rousey (4/11)
– SmackDown Womens Championship: Charlotte (11/4) vs. Carmella (6/5) vs. Becky Lynch (8/13)
– WWE Championship: AJ Styles (11/10) vs. Samoa Joe (4/6)
– Intercontinental Championship: Seth Rollins (4/6) vs. Dolph Ziggler (11/10)
– Cruiserweight Championship: Cedric Alexander (8/13) vs. Drew Gulak (6/5)
– SmackDown Tag Team Championship: The New Day (5/4) vs. Bludgeon Brothers (4/7)
– Kevin Owens (7/4) vs. Braun Strowman (2/5) - Se Owens ganhar, a maleta do MITB será dele.
The Miz (8/13) vs. Daniel Bryan (6/5)
Finn Balor (8/11) vs. Baron Corbin (0/0)



Concorda com essas apostas?
          8/10/2018: THE NATION: Bishop’s ‘onerous debt’ swipe at Pacific loans      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Julie Bishop has criticised foreign governments for imposing “onerous debts” on Pacific nations, as Australia yesterday committed funds to build a new Legislative Assembly building in Samoa. The Foreign Minister yesterday launched a new...
          Les Îles Samoa seront bientôt autonomes en énergie grâce à Tesla      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Les iles Samoa, un archipel du Pacifique (Polynésie), se sont fixé pour objectif de se fournir en électricité à hauteur de 100% en l’espace de sept ans. Pour y arriver, l’archipel s’est associé à Tesla pour réussir sa transition énergétique. Afin de prouver sa volonté de soutenir les îles Samoa dans cette transition, Tesla a […]


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