Internal Affairs Minister Intervenes in Renewed Tensions in Southeast Liberia

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The Minister of Internal Affairs, Varney A. Sirleaf, together with a team of land experts, is in South-eastern Liberia to resolve renewed tensions arising...

Hotelier Calls for Tax Relief for Local Businesses

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The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is having an adverse effect on Liberian hotel businesses due to lockdown and travel restriction measures imposed by the Government...

UL Alumnus Named President of State University of New York at...

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An alumnus of the University of Liberia, Dr. Stephen H. Kolison, Jr., has been named as the new president of the State University of...

Abandoned Superintendent’s Compound Rescued

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Residents of Sanniquellie, Nimba County, have given a facelift to the Superintendent Compound which had been lying in ruins for years. Led by Yar Suah,...

Water Aid Turns over 10 Handwashing Stations to RIA

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... Says it remains supportive of Gov’t in the fight against COVID-19 As part of efforts leading to the re-opening of the Roberts International Airport...

“Serve with Distinction, Humanity, and Friendship”

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Cape Mesurado Lions Club president urges members The Cape Mesurado Lions Club has installed into office new officials and inducted a new member, with a...

MOE Outlines Plans for the Reopening of Schools for 12th Graders

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The Ministry of Education (MoE) in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and the National Public Health Institute (NPHIL) has completed comprehensive guidelines for...

Retired Liberian Surgeon, Dr. Kanda Golafale, Clocks 91

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It was a sight to behold when one of Liberia’s oldest living medical practitioners, Dr. Kanda Golafale, celebrated his 91st birthday at his Tweh...

NPHIL, MOCI, Others Launch No Mask, No Service Campaign

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As part of measures to intensify straight adherence to health protocols across Liberia, the National Public Health Institution of Liberia (NPHIL) in partnership with...

Vulnerable Bomi Residents Elated by Diasporan Gesture

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The National Bomi Citizens Association in the Americas (NBCAA), a conglomeration of a cross-section of citizens hailing from Bomi, has pledged its unflinching support...

It’s Time to Prioritize Tourism

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By Joe Monyue  When Lonely Planet, the authoritative global tourism magazine, rated Liberia as a must-visit tourist destination early last year, the endorsement, in essence,...

Paramount Chief Accuses Chief Zoe of Bewitching Him

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The Paramount Chief of Boe and Quillah Administrative District, Franklin Toweh who is suffering from blindness, has accused the head of Traditional Chiefs and...

In Memoriam: Teacher Daniel K. Lemgo of Todee Mission

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By Cooper Kweme Todee Junction: If you are traveling from Monrovia to Kakata, there are names of places that you instinctively visualize even before you...

Jeety’s COVID-19 Feeding Initiative Reaches 95K Mark

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Indian Honorary Consul General to Liberia, Upjit Singh Sachdeva, commonly known in Liberia as Mr. Jeety, Community Feeding initiative has now reached the 95,000...

Hunger Deadlier than COVID-19

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-Slum dwellers decry lockdown amid pandemic Besieged by fear over Covid-19 infections due to overcrowdedness and being faced with serious financial problems by the lockdown,...

‘State of Emergency Will Not Be Renewed,’ Pres. Weah Says

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Curfew moved to 9pm, commercial flights resume June 21 The President of the Republic of Liberia, Dr. George Manneh Weah, has said that the state...

The World Must Be Crazy

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As I board a bus from central Monrovia en route New Georgia Estate, the first thought that flashes through my head is whether I...

Liberians Combating COVID-19 with Locally Made Face Masks

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By William Q. Harmon, with New Narratives MONROVIA – Mac Quarthy, a 32-year-old who runs a tailoring business on the Capitol Bye-Pass in Monrovia, decided...

To #14 and Back

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Yes, I Mae Gene Best am an alumna of #14 Military COVID-19 Treatment Center (hereafter referred to as #14) and if my diagnosis was...

COVID-19 Incident Management System Intensifies Community Engagements

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The COVID-19 Incident Management System’s Engagement Pillar is intensifying its activities in Monrovia; bringing together community heads and finding out from them their doubts...