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June 2013

Desperate youths recently went on the rampage at Lumley in protest against the attempt by the demolition team to demolish sixty houses, including a school at Lumley Road in the West end of Freetown. According to

Indigenes of Kamakwie in the Northern Province are reported to have planned a masterpiece demonstration against the AMR Gold Exploration Company operating in the Kahinbor section.  This was revealed during an emergency press conference at

Parrot has gathered that the thieves who connived to steal Pa Koroma’s hyper-expensive Obama-donated chronometer are now conspiring to steal the president himself to tell him that his security is vulnerable. The thieves have no

The rugged and repellent road linking Zimmi and Jendema, along the Sierra Leone-Liberia border, is dying slowly, apart from being a national disgrace. I will never forget my nightmare of traveling along that gutter-laden road

The thousands of paid teachers in Sierra Leone are making compulsory monthly financial contributions to the Sierra Leone Teachers Union (SLTU), making it one of the richest unions in this country. But is the union

Sweissy in Freetown yesterday became a scene of pandemonium when the Sierra Leone Police, (SLP) stormed the area to assist in the eviction of a recalcitrant former Vice-Chairman, Mustapha Smart, who refused to abandon the

Residents of Bauya in Kongbora Ciefdom, Moyamba District, have called on government to provide the town with a police post to minimize the heighted crime rate now plaguing the chiefdom. Making the call during an interview,

Alhassan Kamara is reported to be on the run after he was accused of orchestrating the chaos that broke out in Bo on September 9,  last year when SLPP Presidential flag bearer, Julius Maada Bio,

The Minister of Youth Affairs, Honourable Alimamy Kamara has inspected a proposed site for the construction of a dynamic Youth Village at the Koya Chiefdom in the Port Loko District. The Minister was accompanied by

President Ernest Bai Koroma and delegation including the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Dr. Samura Kamara passed through Senegal on their way back to Freetown from attending the three days TICAD 5 Conference

FIFA ranking ahead of Tunisia clash Sierra Leone down three places Ahead of Sierra Leone World Cup qualifier with Tunisia this Saturday, Sierra Leone moves down three places to 70th in the World of the latest

Chairman of Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), His Royal Highness (HRH) Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud of Saudi Arabia is to visit Freetown next week, Hani Agha, Travel and External Affairs Manager, Office of

President Ernest Bai Koroma has disclosed that the Agenda for Prosperity programme, which he will be launching this June, “is a mega and multi-faceted project with eight pillars, each pillar carrying its own flagship projects”. In

Tunisia continued with their preparation on Tuesday under new coach Nabil Maaloul (in photo) as they prepared for Saturday’s World Cup Qualifier against Sierra Leone. Nabil a former player himself played with the Tunisian team that

One of the dynamic and proactive Ministers in the APC Government is the Minister of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs, Honourable Moijue  Kaikai.  (Photo: Moijue Kaikai receives award from Hajj authorities) In his ministry, he