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March 2013

Over two years, the Vimetco Bauxite Mining Company has had six General Managers, a situation that has not gone down well with the workers as the frequent change of General Managers negatively impacted the operation

The Mano Sakrim and Masam Kpaka chiefdoms in Pujehun District are reported to be engaged in a very bitter and long standing dispute over a fishing territory which both chiefdoms have been claiming and every

The Minister of Agriculture Forestry and Food Security, Dr. Sam Sesay (in photo) has made an on-the-spot visit to various units including the piggery, corn farm and other agricultural divisions in the city of Bo. Addressing

Hospital Matrons, District Health Sisters, and Senior Public Health Sisters in various programmes across the country have reassured the  Health and Sanitation Minister of their commitment and support in meeting some of the key challenges

The British High Commissioner to Sierra Leone, Mr Peter West and British Airways (BA) Regional Commercial Manager for Africa, Mr Ian Petrie, recently hosted government ministers, diplomatic representatives and members of Sierra Leone's business community

The man who in the second half scored the consolation goal for Leone Stars in the team’s 2-1 defeat by the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia in Saturday’s 2014 World Cup group qualifier at the Stade

The newly established Jubilee Preparatory School situated at Kaningo Area, Malama, Freetown, has been launched. The launching ceremony, which took place past Thursday on the school campus, was graced by parents and community elders. Speaking at

Back-peddling from his initial stance that if Leone Stars lose their third group match against Tunisia’s Carthage their hope of qualifying to the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil is in his own words ‘is

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Sierra Leone Country Programme Manager, Robert Hanchette and Health Officer, USAID Guinea Mission, Marietou Satin have reiterated their organization’s commitment to assist the Ministry of Health and

One of the world’s most popular games is football or soccer.  Apart from its economic viability, soccer fosters unity especially among young people. The game also contributes immensely to the physical well being of many

There is the saying that when survival is at stake, morality takes a secondary position. In other words, the desperation to survive can cause people to engage in immoral activities; chronic poverty and destitution can

The no-nonsense administration of the Bo School has summarily rusticated a JSS 3 pupil, 13043 Kamara Abdul Aziz who recently stabbed and almost killed his fellow pupil, 12741 Wurie Mohamed. A also of JSS 3. According

Turkey-based Bursaspor’s forward Ibrahim ‘Tetteh’ Bangura is not only upset because of the system of play the Leone Stars Coach Lars Olof Mattsson introduced that led to their 2-1 defeat by Tunisia in last Saturday

An official meeting was held Monday 19th March at Hamilton Community Centre, called by the Honorable MP Dauda JB Kallon on behalf of the Government of Sierra Leone to discuss the topic of Sand Mining.

Every now and then, accusing fingers are being pointed at the Western media regarding what most people described as biased reportage on issues revolving around Sub-Saharan states. This is because the Western media are perceived