Liberia: Now a Running Mate, Speaker Nuquay's Integrity As Presiding Officer Questioned
Vice President Joseph N. Boakai's selection of Speaker J. Emmanuel Nuquay as his running mate for the ruling Unity Party ticket in the October elections has raised concerns about… Read more »
Liberia: Details Emerge of How NEC Rejected Sulunteh's Nomination
Details have started emerging about the National Elections Commission (NEC) decision to reject the nomination of Ambassador Jeremiah Congbeh Sulunteh, vice presidential aspirant of… Read more »
Liberia: House Frowns On Special Presidential Task Force for Unilaterally Clearing 'Corrupt' Officials
The Committee on Public Accounts and Expenditure (PAC) has expressed disappointment over the action of the Special Presidential Task Force for "clearing people" who were found… Read more »
Liberia: Shout-Out From Kobazzie - 'No Beef With Bilikon'
Kobazzie is not just an ordinary artist. He is a hit maker who, since entering the music scene about two years ago, has been blasting the city with banger after banger, which fans… Read more »
Liberia: Govt Rebuffs 'Deficit' Claims
The Liberian government boasts of a surplus of US$1.8 million as an amount brought forward from the 2016/2017 budget year to the FY17/18 that was just passed by the National… Read more »
Liberia: MOA Begins Revamping Extension Services
Agriculture Minister Seklau E. Wiles has stressed the pressing need for more financial and technical support to the agriculture sector. Read more »
Liberia: Harris' Sisters Launch Gospel Album
If you are a lover of gospel music, you have to make room in your schedule to be part of a historic event ten days from today. The Harris Sisters will be launching their second… Read more »
Liberia: Cenpid Pledges Support for CoC, Prez. Sirleaf
The senior moderator of Liberia's oldest intellectual center, the Center for the Promotion of Intellectual Development (CENPID), has pledged support for the controversial Code of… Read more »
Liberia: Time for Liberian Artists to Replicate Flavour
Nigeria superstar Flavour has given hope to an 11-year old visually impaired Liberian whose musical talent was overlooked until he meet his idol, who featured him in the song "Most… Read more »
Liberia: Pending Karnwea's Fate, LP Eyes Grupee?
Sources say LP has eye on Sen. Thomas Grupee (pictured) in case vice standard bearer Harrison Karnwea's appeal to the Supreme Court does not stand. Read more »
Liberia: 'Once the Government Employs You, She Forgets You' - Mid-Level Health Workers' Perceptions.
In low income countries like Liberia, Human resource for health catastrophes is one of the fears for health system performance. The health and development goals (safe pregnancy and… Read more »
Liberia: Vegetable Farming Part 2 - Fertilizing the Garden
Mulching is a cultural practice which can significantly decrease the amount of water that must be added to the soil. Organic mulches themselves hold some water and increase the… Read more »
Liberia: Ricks Institute Receives Scholarships, Computers
Liberia's Ambassador to the People's Republic of China (PRC) on Sunday donated four computers and three scholarships to Ricks Institute in Virginia, outside Monrovia. Read more »
Liberia: 'Private Security Must Complement National Security'
A Liberian who has resided in the United States for the last 17 years says private security firms should complement the efforts of national security in protecting lives and… Read more »
Liberia: Clarke Challenges Incumbent Rep. Pennue to Debate
Justice Randall Clarke on debates: "It should not be all about a candidate paying WAEC fees or killing many cows for soup." Read more »
Liberia: Bthacs Graduates Urged to Be Community Ambassadors
Graduates of the Better Tomorrow Home Arts and Cosmetology School (BTHACS) have been urged to be education ambassadors in their respective communities. Read more »
Liberia: Emma Smith Back With Deng to 'Hold Ground'
What a great surprise it is for Emma Smith, who has been missing in action since 2014, to now return with a new single, 'Hold Ground.' Read more »
Liberia: Great to Export Home Grown Rice, but What of the Immense Local Demand?
It was an especially joyous tiding when the Daily Observer reported yesterday that FABRAR Liberia Incorporated, through partnership with NOBEL, agreed to export Liberian grown rice… Read more »
Liberia: CSO Lauds Senate for Ratifying Pre-Financing Agreement
A civil society organization, Societal Reform Initiative for Peace Building Network (SRIPBN), has commended the Senate for ratifying the pre-financing agreement between the… Read more »
Liberia: Another Hate Crime in the LGBT Community
Another documented gender based hate crime against a lesbian woman who lives openly gay, marks a rise in the number of attacks against homosexuals in Liberia. Read more »
Liberia: House Approves U.S.$563.6 Million 2017/2018 Fiscal Budget
The House of Representatives on Tuesday, July 18, unanimously approved the amount of US$563,563,423 for the 2017/2018 Fiscal Budget. Read more »
Liberia: Urey, Pointing an Accusing Finger Is Not Enough
The political leader of the All Liberian Party (ALP), Benoni Urey, is one politician who has in recent days accused the Unity Party led government of corruption. At the ALP's… Read more »
Liberia: Senate Receives National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority Bill
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has submitted to the Liberian Senate for enactment a Bill titled: An Act to Amend Title 23, Natural Resources Law, Liberian Code Revised by… Read more »
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