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Cellcom launches new empowerment program
MONROVIA - Telecommunications giant, Cellcom, formally launched its new “Empowering Liberia” initiative at a well-attended event held at the Monrovia City Hall on Thursday, April 10.  
Support for Zoe Pennue Senatorial bid heightens
Several residents of Zwedru in Grand Gedeh County have pledged their unflinching support for the senatorial bid of Representative Zoe Emmanuel Pennue.  
LONESTARCELL MTN makes life-saving donation: supports cancer awareness & treatment in Liberia
MONROVIA - Lonestar Cell MTN has again contributed significantly to Liberia’s health care delivery sector. Through its Lonestar Cell Foundation, a specialized equipment and assorted drugs valued at over Eighteen Thousand United States dollars (18,000USD) have been donated to the Hope for Women Int
They are misinforming the public - Says Governor Jones of Loan-Scheme
MONROVIA - The Executive Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL), Dr. Joseph Mills Jones, has clarified that the CBL has not been engaged in directly making loans to any business entity.  
Ellen launches a response to hunger program
MONROVIA - President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has launched a response to the hunger program, under the auspices of the Liberia Council of Churches (LCC), as part of its 29th General Assembly convening at the New Water in the Desert Apostolic Church in Brewerville, outside Monrovia.
Liberian Journalist’s home attacked again
MONROVIA - Three unknown men suspected of being armed robbers have attacked the home of Liberian Journalist Moses Carter, making away with several valuable items.
Lonestar Cell MTN bids farewell to J Martins, R2Bees
MONROVIA - Liberia’s GSM giant, Lonestar Cell MTN has bid farewell to Nigerian music icon J Martins and Ghanaian duo singer, R2Bees as they depart Liberia.

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Address this problem of thievery There is an urgent need for the Government of Liberia (GoL) through its relevant... More detail
Supporting the Child Rights Group’s position Over the weekend, a local child rights group, Media in Advocacy for Children (MA... More detail