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October 2018

The 3.4 million dollar courthouse, with its two trial chambers at New England-Ville, is in a coma. The complex needs a life-support machine urgently. Failure to do so with the speed of an ambulance responding

One time strong man of the ruling Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP), Dr. Dennis Bright, who resigned from the party in the run up to the March 2018 election to join the National Grand Coalition

The Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development in consonant with the Personal Assistant to the Minister of Local Government, Lawyer Brewa under the current administration of the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) have

According to a letter from the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, dated 2nd October, 2018 to the Sierra Leone Commercial Motor Bike Riders Union (SLCOMBRU), the Deputy Minister, Mr. Lansana Mohamed Dumbuya has vindictively

In a bid to continued demonstrating key commitment on education and support in fulfilling their corporate social responsibility for the government and people of Sierra Leone, Mercury International has pledges Le 12 Billion for the

Magistrate Santigie Bangura of Court No.1 on Monday 1st October 2018 refused bail to six Climax Club members, who are  students of Fourah Bay College (FBC) for conspiracy contrary to law. The witness testified that he

A platform known as Tropical Forest Alliance has called on all Sierra Leoneans to come together with the aim to minimize or totally stop deforestation/cutting down of trees but to divert their attention in planting

On Sunday September 23, Mohamed Hajj Kella, Deputy Minister of Social Welfare Gender and Children Affairs, rendered direct assistance to homeless people with mental illness in the main Siaka Steven Street, Freetown through participation in

The new Ag. Director of Forestry Division in the Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Food Security (MAFFS), Alpha Umaru Leigh said planting more trees is very important for the protection of the fragile ecosystem. Responding to

People walking in Philadelphia’s Head House Square encountered an unusual interruption on Tuesday – a bright blue vending machine, which appeared to be selling drugs. The machine offered a choice between bottles labeled as medical

Reducing infant mortality is an unfinished agenda of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Sierra Leone. This proposition is backed by Statistic Sierra Leone’s 2013 Demographic Health Survey which shows that infant mortality is responsible