Meeting Queen Elizabeth II: Liberia’s Permanent Representative Scores Historic...

Liberia’s Permanent Representative to the International Maritime Organization was part of a select group of Maritime Representatives who held a privileged discussion with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Security and Ports during her...

‘Pro-Poor’ Salary More Than Ellen’s Payroll

The Coalition for Democratic Change- led government has proposed a $9.4million United States dollar increase in government’s wage bill for the remaining five months of the 2017/18 fiscal budget ending June 30. Recasting the budget...

New Lifesaving Drugs Introduced

In an effort to help curb the health challenge in Liberia, an international medical company (SANDOZ) has launched its product here with the aim of discovering new ways to improve the lifespan of people. Olufemi...

300,000 At Risk of Poverty -Report

The Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection has alarmed that Liberia has over 300,000 person raging from children and adults are living in extreme poverty in and out of Monrovia. Speaking at a HIV...

Orange Launches Lowest Priced Bundle

In line with is overall objective to support the Liberia’s pro-poor agenda, Liberia’s favorite GSM company has announced a new bundle which it is calling “the cheapest and most affordable bundle in Liberia.” ...

Ensure Free Speech – UN Urges Weah

Liberia needs to lock in and expand the gains made in the years since the civil war, in particular in the areas of freedom of expression, media independence and government transparency, a UN expert...

‘Jesus’ Minister Confirmation Splits Senate

Senators are divided over the confirmation of a senior Finance Ministry nominee who responded Jesus! When asked what is fiscal policy. Four members of the Senate Committee on Ways, Means, Finance and Development Planning Thursday...

Sinoe 10-Year War – Caucus Suspends Expulsion of Two Members

The leadership of the Sinoe County Legislative Caucus said in a statement Thursday it has accepted an appeal from Sinoe elders, women, and youth in Monrovia to suspend the expulsion of...

Quarantined! – ‘Expired Food’ Abi Jaoudi Supermarket Faces Shutdown

Abi Jaoudi Supermarket’s warehouses across Monrovia have been shut down after Commerce Ministry officials discovered the company had on sale large quantity of expired goods including food commodities. Commerce inspectors have taken control of the...

UN Rights Expert visits Liberia

The UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of expression, David Kaye, is carrying out his first official visit to Liberia this week to assess the situation of freedom of expression and access to information in...