CPJ Applauds Court Ruling in Punch FM Case

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By Tina S. Mehnpaine The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has lauded the ruling of the civil law court in Monrovia for restoring the operational...

Wild Chimpanzee Foundation Country Director Gets Media Award

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The Government of Liberia through the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) and partners, both local and international, made some strides in 2019 in ensuring that...

Liberian Journalist Appointed Climate Action Group Ambassador

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An international climate justice organization, Global Youth Climate Action Initiative has named Liberian journalist, Moses R. Quollin, as their Climate Action Group (CAG) Ambassador...

Court Rules in Favor of Punch FM for Broadcast Permit

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Judge Peter Gbeneweleh of Civil Law Court ‘A’ in Monrovia, on Tuesday, January 7 ruled authorizing the government (respondent) to immediately open Punch FM...

ALJA Troubled by Morlu’s Accusations Against Weah

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-Wants President address allegations with immediacy The Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas (ALJA) says it is deeply troubled by recent allegations of malfeasance...

GoL Promises to Settle Media Debts 

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-- Calls for responsible reportage… Finance and Development Planning Minister, Samuel Tweah has assured media houses that the government will shortly settle liabilities it owes...

35 Journalists Get Training in Human Rights Reporting

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-- Call for strong collaboration in the promotion of human rights across the country The Independent National Commission on Human Rights (INCHR), with support from...

‘All FM Station Licenses Declared Expired’

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The LTA declares, threatens to redelegate frequencies The Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) has announced the expiration of all FM radio licenses pending the review of...

Meet J Slught, An Emerging Superstar

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By Edwin Mohammed Jalieba (contributor) Over the last two years, the Liberian music industry has seen an influx of promising talents whose little contribution has...

New Broadcast Complex, Overhead Bridge in Sight

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-Chinese Ambassador Discloses In continuation of many infrastructural projects undertaken by the Chinese Government in Liberia’s post-war reconstruction, Ambassador Fu Jijun has disclosed that China...

Several Journalists Earn Degrees from UL

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At least 14 members of the Press Union of Liberia on Wednesday, December 12, 2019, were parts of the University of Liberia (UL) Centennial...

‘Gov’t Must Speedily Investigate Tartweh-Drapoh Forest Crisis’

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-LFMW says, wants violence instigators brought to book The Liberia National Police (LNP) and local authority in Sinoe County reportedly launched investigation into the contentious...

Journalist Sam Van Kesselly Dies

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The Founding Editor-In-Chief of The Inquirer, Liberia’s first post-war independent newspaper, Sam Van Kesselly, is dead. He died on Tuesday, December 3, 2019, at...

Master Queen’s Soccer Jamboree to Kickoff Dec. 6

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Radio personality and multiple award winners, Master Queen has announced a one-day soccer tournament, which aimed at fostering unity among celebrities in the entertainment...

CoP’s Planned Protest a ‘Treasonable’ Act

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-- Says Justice Minister Dean, denies the group permit to protest on December 30 The government has accused the leadership of the Council of Patriots...

Author Hawa Golakai Wins Morland Writing Scholarship

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Liberian Author Hawa Jande Golakai has emerged as one of the four joint winners of the prestigious Morland Writing Scholarships for her work Spectral.​​ Ms....

Women In TECH Africa Liberia Chapter Launched

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As part of efforts to encourage more women to step into the technology sector, Women In Tech Africa (WITA) in partnership with Lonestar Cell...

‘Ravaging’ Ebola Film, Hell’s Gate, Premieres Friday

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Hell’s Gate, a feature film about the 2014 Ebola Virus Disease outbreak in Liberia is set to be launched on Friday, November 29, 2019,...

‘No Longer Words, But Actions’

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Women Hold Vigil for SGBV Victims Monday was another November 25, a date that brings unkind reflections to the minds of millions of women...

LACC Says its Comptroller Resigned for ‘Fear’ of Audit

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Authorities of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) say it comptroller, J. Bernard Nagbe, resigned to escape being entrapped in a pending audit at that...