27th May 2017
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Network (WASH-Net) Engages Parliament
By Press Release (22/12/16)
The Sierra Leone government has continued coordinating water and sanitation services to develop the livelihoods of people in the country.
Parliament Endorses Law to Postpone Local Council Elections
By Press Release (25/06/16)
The Parliament of Sierra Leone has passed in to law with some amendments 'The Local Government (Amendment) Act, 2016'.
Minister Diana Konomanyi's Uphill Task to Resolve the Lands Ministry!!
By N'Bompa (25/06/16)
Many independent observers think the Lands, Environment and Country Planning Minister has inherited a difficult ministry in Sierra Leone.
Permanent Secretary Thwarts Nurses Training as Expiry Drugs Found
By PM Press Release (23/06/16)
Sierra Leone government is determined to train the medical staff so as to improve the standard of care for our patients in the country.
SLPP 98.1FM Chaps were the Goebells of Sierra Leone Civil War!
By Abdul M. Bangura (24/12/16)
APC government of President Ernest Koroma has accused Julius Spencer’s propaganda FM 98.1 radio of causing many innocent deaths.
SL Brewery Commissions New Mini-Water Dam in Freetown
By The Ranger (26/12/16)
Sierra Leone Brewery Limited has successfully commissioned a newly-built mini water Dam at Up-Mountain, Peacock Farm, Wellington.
Education Ministry Dishes Out Academic Awards for 2016
By Gunther AB Daramy (22/12/16)
Week of education ends with a bang as Sierra Leone school children and educators bagged integrity awards from the Education Ministry.
3 Pupils Receive I.K, Edith Foday Scholarship Awards in Sebgwema
By Philip Koroma (24/12/16)
Christmas has indeed come early for three brilliant pupils in Sebgwema after receiving the I.K. and Edith Foday Memorial Foundation Awards.
Annie Walsh Young Scientist Thrills UNDP with Latest Water Innovation!!
By Press Release (26/12/16)
Fatmata Bintu Barrie, an Orange Belt Holder and School Prefect at the Annie Walsh Memorial School in Freetown is a budding scientist.
The Police Invites President of Okada Riders to Make a Statement
By Jane B. Mansaray (23/06/16)
The Sierra Leone police and the Bike Riders Association, commonly known as Okadas, have in recent times been very strange bed fellows.
Kenema Luke's Commercial School Board Embarrasses Education Minister
By Philip Koroma (25/06/16)
Sierra Leone's longest serving Education Minister Dr. Minkailu Bah has continued to face educational problems throughout the country.
Electrification of Port Loko Township is Welcome News for Citizens
By Momoh L. Turay (28/06/16)
Port Loko in the north of Sierra Leone is expected to enjoy electricity supply soon, a windfall that the people of Port Loko would surely welcome.