Harry Monger’s Legacy Strengthens Long Tennis

Edwin G. Wandah The former President of the Liberia Long Tennis Association the late Professor Harry Monger has left a mark worth remembrance. According to hundreds of fans of the Liberia Long Tennis Federation, the late Professor lived a life of free giving out what they called his best especially, on the development of Long Tennis in the country. Some […]

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Women Want Greater participation In Constitutional Reform

  Jefferson D.Tweh Liberian Women living in the country have requested for a constitutional review so as to enable them participate in the process. Speaking at the opening of the meeting, the chair of the Constitutional Review Committee (CRC), Madam Gloria M. Scott, disclosed that the meeting was intended for the women around the country to conglomerate and be part […]

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Liberty Gold Wants Concession Back

  Inquirer Staff Report In April 2011, Len Lindstrom, the President CEO of Liberty International Mineral Corp and the Liberty Group of Companies was a delegate at Liberia’s first LIMEP Mineral Conference, and was very excited as he had just finished winning his huge court case against the Ministry of Lands, Mines and Energy and gave a glowing interview telling […]

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Fish Town Harper Road Pavement Begins

  Story by Alva M. Wolokolie President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf recently showered praises on one of her able lieutenants, Public Works Minister, Attorney Samuel Koffi Woods for his commitment and dedication. Minister Woods, a former Human Rights lawyer of the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission (JPC) and Labor Minister in the first term of President Sirleaf, reports say has been […]

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