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February 2016

The incidents of fire disaster in Kono District this year has caused many residents engaged in agriculture to think twice. Few days ago, a village in Gbane Chiefdom in Kono District was gutted down with houses

Bike riders in the Southern city of Bo had to fight it out again with personnel of the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) when one of the riders was accused of the death of a female

Guma Valley Water Company, invitation for bids requested.  Date of issue: 15 February 2016. Deadline for the submission of bids is on Wednesday 2nd March, 2016 before the close of official business.  

Former Sierra Leone skipper Ibrahim Kargbo has vehemently denied the fresh match-fixing allegations dating back between 2006 and 2010. The Dutch Football Association (KNVB) today said they have uncovered evidence against the former Willem II midfielder

Many traders at the Central Business District (CBD) of Freetown have accused the Metropolitan police of the Freetown City Council (FCC) of always returning their seized goods with most items missing with invalid excuses. The Development

The Development Secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MoFED), Mr. John Sumailah, is reported to have said 99% of road constructions in the country are undertaken by the Government of Sierra Leone.

President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma seven years ago recognized the role the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF) played in the eleven-year civil conflict in the country by declaring February 18 as Armed Forces

The Armed Forces Day, which President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma pronounced as a public holiday in commemoration of the official day the 11-year civil conflict was officially declared over in the country, was observed in

Member of Parliament for Constituency 102 in the Western Urban Area, Hon. Ali Kaloko, on Saturday 20th February, 2016 deceived a prestigious award for his exemplary performance in that constituency from the God's Will Movies

When Alexander Falconbridge, agent of the Sierra Leone Company (SLC), a business venture established to facilitate commerce between Britain and Sierra Leone, renegotiated a land contract for the reconstruction of Freetown, which had been recently

Mohamed Morie, who was among eight others arrested for various offences ranging from robbery with aggravation to sexual penetration, was set free by the High Court in Freetown. According to the Public Relations Officer, Derrick Nat

After releasing the preliminary report on the post-mortem examination of the remains of Harry Greaves by American pathologist Thomas Bennett, the body was last Saturday turned over to Greaves’s widow Precious Andrews Greaves by the

The illustrious sons and daughters of Port Loko District at the weekend organized a fund-raising diner and other social activities aimed at raising funds for the rehabilitation of the famous Bai Bureh Hall in the

The issue of ‘After yu na me’ or ‘more time’ for His Excellency the President, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, to continue with his development strides in governance has sparked serious debate among Sierra Leoneans many

The Executive Director of Legal Aid Board Sierra Leone, Mrs. Claire Carton-Hanciles, has engaged Council of Tribal Heads in Sierra Leone to dialogue on security and justice issues. The Executive Director noted that justice is not