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January 2015

The Deputy Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has urged civil servants to help in the process of breaking the chain of corruption and instill the values of transparency and accountability in the workplace. Shollay Davies

  Freetown, Jan. 5, 015 (MOHS) - The Ministry of Health and Sanitation has held its first Health Sector Strengthening partners meeting on Friday January 2, 2015 in the Ministry’s conference room in Freetown focusing on

The year 2014 was an extremely tumultuous one for Sierra Leone’s development roadmap. This is so, due to the outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease, and the unpleasant effects it brought.  From the economic front,

Members of the Sierra Leone UK Diaspora Ebola Response Taskforce and the National Organization of Sierra Leoneans in North America (NOSLINA) are pleased to today announce their cooperation to airlift 26 pallets of urgently needed

The General Public is hereby informed that the attention of Government has been drawn to two cases of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) with possible connections to the Lungi International Airport. In an effort to further strengthen

The spirit of New Year 2015 is still in the air and the first day of the year never fails to bring to mind divine words, “peace on earth and good will towards us as

When Steven Gerrard called time on his Liverpool career a few days ago, a lot of conjectures sprung up, ranging from the realistic, the romantic, and the sentimentalist, down to the downright blinkered. His former

Last year culminated with my personal views about loyalty, values, integrity, and patriotism being defined and tested in the most pronounced way both publicly and internationally.  (Photo: SLFA President and VP) The Sierra Leone Football Association

In his traditional New Year's message to the nation, President  Ernest Bai Koroma (in photo)  has called for more transparency and accountability in the handling of Ebola funds. According to the President, Sierra Leoneans must resist

Following the life skills training for reproductive health workers and peer educators in the context of the Ebola outbreak, Women’s Forum-Sierra Leone (WF-SL), on 29th and 30th December 2014 visited Bombali and Tonkolili Districts to

Al Jazeera has said that the retrial granted today to its jailed journalists should be expedited quickly by the Egyptian authorities. Lawyers say that the appeal process from this point can take another twelve to

Freetown, Dec. 29, 014 (MOHS) - In appreciation of the hard work, commitment and dedication to service in the fight against the Ebola virus disease, the President, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma has through the assistance

The Julius Maada Bio (JMB) Media & Communications Team, UK & I Branch and the Hon. Alpha Timbo Campaign Team would like to inform the general membership of the Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) that

It was Friday 26th December, 2014 (Boxing Day) at about 5pm local time (China), whilst having a rest after  my last presentation of First Semester’s Final Papers that I was suddenly awoken by a terrible

The year 2014 has come to an end, but the memories of pain inflicted on Sierra Leoneans and the West African people by the ugly Ebola virus will never be forgotten. Much has been done