|Samoans in South Auckland||
RICHARD PARKER CONCERT AND CD RELEASE PARTY THIS SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 2013 IN OTARA, MANUKAU!
By Viopapa Tuiaulia Taeleifi Galea'i-Euta and Aloiafi Lily Petersen
Le Malae-Auckland is about to hit it with a bang as our own Samoan crooner Richard Parker is about to visit our shores of Auckland this week.
His concert is in whispers throughout Auckland. So be in quick to purchase a ticket. Tickets published are limited, so be in quick as this will be a huge missed opportunity!
Richard would like to express his sincere gratitude to all who purchased his previous album as proceeds have made it possible for his new Album about to be launched this coming Saturday evening.
So for Aucklanders and all who are traveling far and near to witness the great Richard Parker, Le Malae will see you there on Saturday Night, September 28, 2013.
The show will be held on Saturday, September, 28, 2013 at the PARADISE BAR at 128 Bairds Rd., Otara, Manukau. Come early to get tickets. Richard Parker fans are very dedicated so be sure to get there early for tickets.
By Aloiafi L. Petersen
Saturday 28th September, the Peninsula Park Ward Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints held workshops to help members with Finance, Budgeting, Self reliance, and Welfare issues. There were many sisters who attended, and as seen here Stake President Sione Tuione, shared some of his success stories in running a small business.
teaching families how to manage finances part of church's mission
With me here is Sister Harriet Pauga, a Registered Nurse, who was also called upon to share some of her knowledge with the members, we had our pulse checked, given alot of advise on how to better care for ourselves, and a lot of giveaways.
Sis Lupe Tuione taking the Finance Control plan to another level during our workshops Families & Friends. Sister Lupe Tuione accompanied Pres Tuione seen here sharing also with members the importance of Budgeting.
Aloiafi L. Petersen is the Editor in Chief for Samoans in South Auckland webpage.
The very capable Aloiafi Lily Petersen has agreed to be the Editor in Chief for Le Malae's Samoans in South Auckland web page. This is an area which contains a majority of Samoans residing in Auckland. We are very happy that she has joined our team because she has experience in the Samoan news media industry in Auckland. We feel fortunate that she is a part of our team because her love of all things Samoan and her ability to find stories with relevance to our community will set Le Malae apart from other local Samoan publications and web pages. Together with Viopapa, these two vivacious ladies will provide our Samoans in Auckland with an opportunity to have more options in terms of accessing the information needed to improve their lives.
Again we welcome Aloiafi to our Le Malae Network. This is a major coup for Le Malae.