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May 2012

As current weather patterns around the world increasingly get shifty and links with global warming are established, pursuing geoengineering as a means to stop or reduce global warming will remain. Geoengineering (or climate remediation) describes

A Non-Governmental Organization, International Rescue Committee (IRC) has ended a day long stakeholders meeting on Community Monitoring with Scorecards and Non-Financial Awards (NFA) at the new District Council Hall, Nyandeyama Road, Kenema. Welcoming the participants, the

In Greece yesterday, the Olympic flame was lit by beautifully clad “Greek Goddesses” in Athens; to mark the beginning of the customary journey that ushers in every Olympic session. The journey will involve 8,000 torchbearers

Mother’s Day is celebrated around the world on different dates. In the United States and Ghana, in West Africa, the event falls on 2nd Sunday in May, that is May 13th this year. Ghanians placed

Legal access through Women Yearning for Equality, Rights and Social Justice has held a three day training session for paralegals at their Percival Street office in Freetown. Speaking to this press, the assistant treasurer for LAWYERS

Twelve year old Amadu Koroma of Gbagbatoke Village in the Moyamba District on May 3rd  committed suicide on a hanging whorl. Reports say the twelve year old could not suppress his feelings as he was being

The eagerly awaited and much publicized Football Association (FA) Presidential elections will finally be held on 21st July 2012 in the Kailahun District. Five football heavy weights namely the current acting FA president, J.S. Keifala,

A man by the name of Francis K. Aruna residing at 19 Third Street, off Mountain Cut, on Tuesday 8th May, at about 18:00 discovered a corpse in front of his residence. According to the

LAGOS, Nigeria, May 11, 2012/ -- Leading Telecommunications Services Provider, Airtel Nigeria (http://www.airtel.com) has been ranked the best operator for good quality of service by the Nigerian Communications Commission based on the Commission’s Audit Report

The belief that the South-East is the stronghold of the SLPP was ostensibly debunked last weekend when thousands of Easterners came out to welcome President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma first in Kono, and later in

It was status quo in the title race last weekend, as Manchester City won 2-0 at Newcastle, while United recorded the same scoreline in their home victory over Swansea.  Mancini’s side had to work hard

The old African adage, “water is of life”, epitomizes the essence and value attached to safe drinking water and sanitation.  Access to safe drinking water and sanitation is undoubtedly and unarguably quintessential for healthy life

The Kenema District Council held their normal monthly Council meeting at the new Council Conference Hall, Nyandeyama Road, Kenema. Addressing the meeting, the chairman of the Kenema District Council who doubles as chairman for the meeting

Sierra Leone's Deputy Minister of Information & Communications, who doubles as Co-Government Spokesman, Sheka Tarawalie (in photo), has said that the issue of the children adopted and taken to the USA through Help A Needy

Despite his busy schedules this week to meet with western diplomats, UK government officials, and to prepare for his maiden international speech at the Chatham House on Thursday 10th May, Rtd. Brigadier Julius Maada Bio