• Bribery Endorsed?

    “Page 2 item F-consultancy and lobbying fees-The Board corrected this portion of the minutes to read that, “The initial amount approved by the Board for Lobbying Fees was US$50,000, which was obtained through a loan from LPRC to start the process.

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  • 'US$650M Kit'

    The World Bank Group says it would provide at least US$650M during the next 12 to 18 months to help Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone recover from the devastating social and economic impact of the Ebola crisis and advance their longer-term development needs.

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  • Xenophobic'

    “Whatever the challenges we may be facing, no circumstances justify attacks on people, whether foreigners or locals. It is unacceptable,” laments Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma

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Commentaries

  • Poor Education Sector

    In my “Thinking Thoughts” last night, I pondered the ecumenical view that Liberian education has declined so much that hardly any learning is taking place behind any of the four walls we call classroom.

  • Liberian Literacy Redefined

    There are few things that bother me more than when people try to confuse knowing to read and write as being literate and not knowing how as illiterate.

  • Ebola As A Wake-Up Call
    “The Netherlands has to do more than just provide emergency aid in order to put an end to the Ebola crisis in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea."

Obituary

  • Remembering Gyude Bryant

    Gyude, April 16, 2014, is a day we will never forget! What moves through us now is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch.

  • George N. Seke - 1932 - 2015

    This is to announce the home going of Mr. George N. Seke Sr., this sad event occurred on January 8, 2015 at 4:30 PM at his Gaye Town Residence, Sinkor Old Road.

  • Magdelene Witherspoon Dies

    The Witherspoon, Duncan and Stauard families regret to announce the death in her 75th year, of Mrs. Magdelene Duncan Witherspoon, commonly called Teta and Aunty Maggie.