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February 2011

City and reverend father, His Worship the Mayor of the Municipality of Freetown, George Herbert Williams, past Saturday jollies the national stadium hostels on extra… naming it soon. Dressed in short trousers, he was spotted patrolling

Good customer service is the lifeblood of any business. You can offer promotions and slash prices to bring in as many new customers as you want, but unless you can get some of those customers

Information reaching us indicates that Mr O Robin-Mason’s tenure as Sierra Leone’s Director of Public Prosecution will end in the first quarter of 2011.  His replacement is expected to be former Anti Corruption prosecutor, Glenna

Sierra Leoneans in London over the weekend took time off their tight schedules to rub shoulders with each other in what has been widely seen as one of the finest Sierra Leonean social gatherings in

Students and parents in Peje West Chiefdom, Kailahun District were in jubilant mood on Wednesday February 25, 2011 as 11 deserving students of Saint John’s Junior Secondary School and Methodist Agricultural Secondary School in Bunumbu

Newcastle midfielder Cheik Tiote has signed a new contract that runs until the end of the 2016/17 season. The six-and-a-half-year deal follows his arrival from FC Twente on a £3.5m deal in August. Boss Alan Pardew said

Tunisia are the new holders of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) crown. They won the international tournament for locally-based players with a 3-0 victory over Angola in the final in Sudan on Friday. After a largely dull

Red raw disclosure of conduct of the Ministry of Energy and Power has caught fire in the confused mind of the Minister of Energy and Power Prof. Ogunlade Davidson (in photo). The Exclusive, For Di People

It is of course a must that liars are sinners and will surely see themselves in hell. “Jakporoo Iku” is a word borrowed from one of Nigeria’s local languages and defines bad conduct of those

Speculations have it that City Council’s tied government grants were untied and money found was chopped. It is revealed though that the sum total of money in the grants worth over five hundred pounds. Findings say City

Fatu, aged 10, Tuesday gave birth to a baby girl at the home of a local birth attendant. It is confirmed to this press that both the mother and child are doing fine. The mother used to

The Northern Regional Office of the Anti-Corruption Commission has empowered secondary school pupils in Lunsar and Port Loko to enable them contribute to the fight against illegal charges and corrupt practices in their schools. In its

Like an eagle flying up high, scanning the horizon for its prey, President Alex Bangs’ eyes scanned the audience at his inaugural ceremony, and decided to make his speech short but to the point. He

Freetown: The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) has unanimously adopted a report by the Sowa Commission on complaints by two journalists against Julius Maada Bio, presidential aspirant of the opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party

Freetown: The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) in an Extraordinary General Meeting on Thursday 24 February 2011 at the SLAJ Headquarters in Freetown expressed grave concern over the threat by the Attorney General to