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Waterloo market floods

…ONS warns traders to abandon market facility for the moment July 14, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai Torrential rains across the country on Tuesday flooded the Waterloo…

Bottleneck to land acquisition Sierra Leone

July 14, 2016 By Alusine Sesay Joseph Rahal, Executive Director of Green Scenery, an organisation that has been operating in Sierra Leone since 1989 and focuses on…

SLRSA may meet UN target

July 13, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai Due to increasing rate of road traffic crashes around the world, which have been the cause of death of about…

FBC BADEA Project to be completed within 24 months

…but students may occupy hostels before completion date July 13, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai The long awaited BADEA project, which is geared towards rehabilitating and constructing…

IPAM exam fraudsters get Le30m bail

July 13, 2016 By Patrick Jaiah Kamara Marcus Kanu and Abdul Mohamed Kamara were yesterday put on Le30 million bail and one surety each by Magistrate Dr.…

Baw-Baw’s Town Crier

July 13, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai Ringing his bell twice between intervals, Sunny Walker relays his message with certain efficiency, evident by the turnout at community…

TRIBUTE: To the fond memories of Bondo Kassy Yayie

July 12, 2016 By Ahmed Sahid Nasralla (De Monk)  Date: In the year 2004/2005 Location: Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone, Mount Aureol Subject: Students’ Union…

SIERRA LEONE IS SINKING THE DARK FUTURE OF OUR YOUTH

July 11, 2016 By  ELKASS SANNOH Sierra Leone is steadily sinking into a bottomless ditch of youth violence and political unrest as a result of either rising…

For Crying out Loud, Let’s Collectively Change The Script

July 11, 2016 By: Raymond Dele Awoonor-Gordon awogordon@yahoo.co.uk You know something? It appears that we are in for a ride again as the clock ticks towards the…

Banning sand mining is a good move by the government

…but residents of peninsula communities want alternative livelihoods July 7, 2016 By Joseph S. Margai The government has recently banned tens of thousands of residents along the…