Liberia: Pres. Weah Markets Liberia's Agriculture, Transport Potentials to UAE Investors
Barely hours after securing huge commitments from his hosts to invest in Liberia's energy, road, health and education sectors, President George Weah on the second day of his state… Read more »
Liberia: FDA, Partners End Consultative Meetings On Sapo National Park
A high-level team from the Forestry Development Authority (FDA), headed by the deputy managing director for operations, Joseph J. Tally and collaborating partners working around… Read more »
Liberia: Nathan E. Gibson Captures World Water Day Championship
Nathan E. Gibson High School captured the football trophy in observance of World Water Day at the Right To Play field in Paynesville, by defeating James Doe Young High School 1-0… Read more »
Liberia: 'Auditors in Liberia Are Not Independent'
Local government officials who participated in a week-long Procurement Compliance and Corruption Prevention training by the Public Procurement and Concession Commission (PPCC) and… Read more »
Liberia: Patrice Juah to Launch Book of Poems On Saturday
Entrepreneur and poet Patrice Juah is always on the move. If she is not working to empower girls through her "Sexy Like A Book" initiative, she is creatively tinkering with… Read more »
Liberia: Police Arrest 94 in Connection to Ganta Mob Violence
The crowd had accused the suspects of being in possession of human skeleton. Police had yet to verify the information. Read more »
Liberia: Senate Action May Face Challenges of Legality, Constitutionality, If...
Retired Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Cllr Philip A. Z. Banks, has warned that if rules of procedure for the impeachment trial of Justice Kabineh Ja'neh was prepared only… Read more »
Liberia: My Heart's Appeal Fetes Persons With Down's Syndrome, Other Disabilities
Children and youth living with Down's Syndrome sang at the event held at the SKD. Read more »
Liberia: Rep. Sloh Suggests 'Media Blackout On House of Representatives'
Rep. Jay Nagbe Sloh expressed his disappointment over delays by the PUL and LEGISPOL to place media blackout on the House of Representatives to avenge the illegal revocations. Read more »
Liberia/Senegal: CAF Confirms Dates for Liberia, Senegal CHAN Qualifiers
Junior Lone Star will play Senegal in Darkar between July 26-28 and the return leg is in Dakar from August 2-4. Read more »
Liberia: More Girls Participate in Inter-School Athletics Championship
LAF's technicians said the females, between ages 9 and 19, constitutes about 57% of the athletes, while the males, also between the ages 9 and 19, make up 43%. Read more »
Liberia: Senate Secretary Singbeh - 'I Paid U.S.$20K 'Unpaid Rent' to Girlfriends of the Deceased'
For the first time the secretary of the Senate, J. Nanborlor Singbeh has reacted to charges that he owes US$20,000 in unpaid rent to Mrs. Larwoe covering a four-year period. Mr.… Read more »
Liberia: We Must All Play Our Part to Stop Mob Violence!
This newspaper's attention is drawn to a story carried in its March 20 edition headlined "2 'Witchcraft' Suspects Mobbed to Death in Ganta". This newspaper also notes that this is… Read more »
Liberia: MoP Awards First 2019 Essay Competition Winner
A courageous young lady, Success Sulonkoko, clinched the top prize of L$10,000 from Messengers of Peace (MOP) first edition of the 2019 peace essay competition last Tuesday at the… Read more »
Liberia: MoT Embarks On Trainings On Axle Load Control Law, Regulations
Dave Daiwoo, the Ministry of Transport's consultant, said that one of the priorities of his superior, Samuel A. Wlue, Minister of Transport, is to protect Liberia's roads from… Read more »
Liberia: Disco Hill Ebola Burial Site Running Out of Space?
Once a burial ground for Ebola victims, the cemetery is now receiving unclaimed bodies those dead from non-infectious causes Read more »
Liberia: Locula Foundation Identifies With 119 Widows, Single Mothers
As part of efforts to address some economic challenges of citizens in Suakoko District, Bong County, at least 119 widows including single mothers have received assorted food items… Read more »
Liberia: Minister Murray Underscores Importance of Sustainable Use of Marine Resources
Liberia's Minister of Mines and Energy, Gesler E. Murray, said the protection and sustainable use of marine resources are cardinal steps to a healthy environment and, as such,… Read more »
Liberia: LEC Apologizes to Customers for Load Shedding
Cites spike in usage, primarily due to power theft Read more »
Liberia: Local Officials Trained in Procurement Compliance and Corruption Prevention
One of facilitators presents on a topic shortly after the opening session. Read more »
Liberia: Two 'Witchcraft' Suspects Mobbed to Death in Ganta
1 critically injured Read more »
Liberia: The Honorable Chief Justice - Town Trap Is Not for Rat Alone
No Liberian is more Liberian than the others. Mitigating cultural dishonesty and miseducation in Liberia requires a democratic solution, a collective effort where citizens proffer… Read more »
Liberia: Liberians in U.S. Rally for DED Extension
Liberia's Ambassador to the United States, George S.W. Patten, Sr., says President George M. Weah and the Government of Liberia are concerned about developments regarding the March… Read more »
Liberia: 'Name Your Priorities and They Will Be Done'
Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi assures President Weah Read more »
Liberia: A Reminder to Speaker Chambers - You Can Fool Some of the People All the Time but You Cannot Fool All the People All of the Time!
This newspaper's attention is drawn to a front page story carried in its March 20, 2019 edition headlined "Speaker Chambers Blames Past Gov't for Country's Failing Economy".… Read more »