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August 2010

I have observed for the past few days, public health officers from Freetown City Council inspecting public places to ensure people have kept their vicinity clean. I was impressed by this initiative being implemented by

Having gone through the Government white paper on the report of the commission of inquiry into the poor performance of pupils in the 2008 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), and the West African Senior Secondary

One of the leading mobile communication companies in the country, Comium has dished out cash to lucky winners under the Cash for Life promotion. The sixth edition Cash for Life registered ten winners from the four

The transmission and distribution network in the capital city of Freetown was constructed in the 1960s.This network was one year old before the country gained its independence which explains why the transmission and distribution lines

Africell, one of the leading mobile phone companies in the country and which does not only provide the most reliable network for its subscribers also doubles as a charitable organizations this country can be proud

According to research conducted at the Emergency Hospital, Goodrich by Sierra Express Media, most of the patients with bruises, broken arms and legs are as a result of motorbike accidents. The Sierra Leone police, as part

On Thursday 24th August 2010 at the junction of Tombo Park in Waterloo, a military truck from Freetown heading for the Benguema Training Centre (B.T.C) collided with a sand load of tipper truck, resulting in

26-year old Sahr Musa of 77 Adelaide Street, Raymond Jones of 7 Sykes Street and Vidal Macauley of 10 Kroo Bay in Freetown were last Tuesday arraigned before Magistrate Steven Conteh of the Freetown Magistrate

An innovative social experience that will see tribe members visit John Obey Beach in Sierra Leone to help build a sustainable, eco-friendly community has decided to offer a free place in the tribe via sweepstakes

Ahead of the March 2011 National Census in the United Kingdom, the Office of National Statistics, Local Authorities and other stakeholders have started an awareness raising campaign to encourage local people to take part in

The Independent Media Commission (IMC) on Tuesday 24th August invited the Registrar of the Pharmacy Board, Mr. Wiltshire Johnson for discussion on contravention of some aspects of the advertising section of the IMC Media Code

People who are out to destroy the reputation and character of others do not act out of simple malevolence. More often than not there is a calculated plan which precedes their action and that is

Mauritania  – A British Midland passenger plane en-route to London was forced to land at Nouakchott International Airport in Mauritania on Tuesday, the airline said on Wednesday. British Midland Airways (BMI) flight BD968 departed

The Port Loko Teachers’ College, PLTC, is one of the major academic institutions that has contributed immensely to the educational successes of many Sierra Leones. Judging from the academic lapses and deteriorating effect of the

Mathematics and science hold a rather unique place in our society; most people in our society will accept the fact that mathematics and science are vital for the continued growth of most great nations, both