Executive, Legislature Hold Retreat on Wage Harmonization, Pay Adjustment

 Beginning today’s evening, members of the House of Representatives and the Senate will be going to Kakata, Margibi County for a two-day retreat to...

‘Remain Steadfast’

...Dr. Wulu challenges graduates Dr. Jacqueline A. Wulu, a Liberian-American Physician and Facial Plastic Surgeon, has called on graduates of the Richard M. Nixon Institute...

‘Widespread Corruption in Judiciary Due to Delayed Salaries’

-- Judge Roosevelt Willie says Delays in salaries and other benefits for civil servants, including judicial workers, have now become the talk of the town...

Senate Acts on Pres. Weah’s “Power Theft Bill” Today

Days prior to his mysterious drowning, the former managing director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Corporation (LPRC), Mr. Harry Greaves, several times appeared before...

House Education Chairman Wants MoE to License Teachers

Johnson N. Gwaikolo, Nimba County District #9 Representative, who also chairs the House Committee on Education, has called on the Executive Branch, through the...

Freeman Renews Push for ‘Small-size Gov’t’

Govt could save more than US$200 million by reducing its size Due to his apparent displeasure over the superfluity if ministries and agencies "that add...

Supreme Court Orders New Trial in Fombah Sirleaf‘s US$247K ‘Corruption Scandal’...

The Supreme Court on Friday, August 9, 2019 ordered the reopening of the US$247,500 case that involved operatives of the National Security Agency (NSA),...

Daily Observer Clinches PUL’s Top Newspaper Award for 2018/2019

The Daily Observer, Liberia’s oldest surviving independent newspaper has won the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) 2018/2019 “Newspaper of Year Award.” PUL’s Awards Vetting...

“I Am A Record Breaker, Talk-and-Do President”

Tells marketers as he warns Liberian media against "negative reportage" President George Weah has referred to himself as "a record breaker, talk-and-do" President, calling on...

Nimba Development Initiatives in Limbo

...Due to political wranglings Nimba County Development Initiatives are now in limbo due primarily to political crisis between the County Legislative Caucus and the county...

Justice Korkpor Backs Gbeneweleh in L$16B Case

Chief Justice Francis Korkpor’s reassignment of Judge Peter Gbeneweleh to Criminal Court ‘C’ has set the stage for him (Gbeneweleh) to preside over the...

LTA Boss Outlines Advancements Toward SDGs

Liberia Telecommunications Authority Chairman, Ivan Brown, has reiterated the Government of Liberia’s commitment to using ICT to achieve national developmental goals in line with...

Chambers: “Reform ‘Old Order Laws’ to Improve Economy”

Amid his concerns over whether revenue collection can support 2019-2020 National Budget House Speaker Bhofal Chambers said he is worried over the continuance of revenue...

Is Czech Republic Prepared to Extradite Ex-Consul General in US$5M Probe?

The possibility for the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) to obtain an extradition request for the former consul general of the Czech-Republic to Liberia, Karel...

“I Was Used As Collateral Damage”

-- Richard Tolbert, former NIC chair, describes US$950K trial on Global Witness No sooner had the Criminal Court 'C' at the Temple of Justice in...

LACC Probes over US$5M Scandal at Czech-Liberian Company

The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) is now looking into the possible conduct of individuals involved in the management of a Czech-Republic MHM Eko–Liberia, a...

LMHRA, St. Joseph Catholic Hosp. Conduct Research on Malaria

The Liberian partners of the IGORCADIA Project (Improved Governance and Research Capacities in Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases) of the Liberia Medicines and Health Products...

CDCians ‘Besiege’ National Bureau of Concession

Want Weah dismiss D/G Coleman for 'disrespecting' his deputies The offices of the National Bureau of Concessions (NBC) were on Thursday, August 1, 2019 afternoon...

Scholarship Students in Morocco Take Protest to Liberian Embassy

The government of Liberia scholarship students in Rabat, the Kingdom of Morocco, have begun a month-long protest, this time having made their way inside...

Sherman, Tyler, Others Acquitted in Alleged Bribery Case

The much publicized Global Witness controversial US$950,000 bribery case finally came to an end when Judge Peter Gbeneweleh of Criminal Court ‘C' on Tuesday,...