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NEWS : Local News
In Sierra Leone, Kenema City Gets New Radio Station Today
Kenema city will today, Friday 3rd December 2010 commission a brand new radio station. Proprietor of the new radio, Brima Kargbo Jnr., told the Awareness Times yesterday that the new radio will broadcast on frequency modulation 103.3 (FM 103.3), noting that it will target a nationwide broadcast. According to him, a similar project will soon be replicated in the northern part of the country in order for all the regions to benefit.
Dec 3, 2010, 17:06

NEWS : Local News
Awareness Times News Briefs from Sierra Leone
* HIV/ADIS 5-Year Plan Launched *ACC Urged to Fast Track Cases*Plan Boosts Peripheral Health Units *BBC Rates Salone High * Freetown Hosts Sustainable Reintegration Seminar * Parliament Discusses Disability Bill *Salone Envoy Pays Courtesy Call on DSRSG in Liberia.
Dec 3, 2010, 17:00

NEWS : Local News
In Sierra Leone, President Koroma Blasts Corrupt Contractors
President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Dr Ernest Bai Koroma has come down heavily on contractors and consultants in the country. Various contractors and consultants were summoned to State House on Wednesday 1st December 2010, where the President expressed disappointment over the lethargy being exhibited by contractors and consultants in executing their contracts. President Ernest Koroma strictly warned his guests to desist from such acts, as according to him, ‘it is not going to be business as usual’.
Dec 2, 2010, 17:28

NEWS : Local News
Sierra Leone Roads Authority (SLRA) Set to Demolish Houses in Bo
Houses and other structures within the ‘right-of-way’ perimeter along five roads presently under construction in Bo are going to face demolition. This was disclosed by the Sierra Leone Roads Authority (SLRA) Regional Engineer, Francis Suluku Bockarie. Bockarie told newsmen in Bo on Wednesday 1st December, 2010 that the five roads under construction by the SLRA in that part of the country are Fenton Road, Bojon Street, Dambala Road, Tinkonko Road and Prince Williams Street.
Dec 2, 2010, 17:26

NEWS : Local News
Sierra Leone Action Network on Small Arms (SLANSA) Engages Youths on Violence & Security
The Sierra Leone Action Network on Small Arms (SLANSA) will today Thursday 2nd December 2010 end two day national conference on youths in governance. The conference is being held at the conference hall of the National Stadium Hostel in Freetown on the theme ‘Partnership in Promoting Human Security in Sierra Leone.’ Giving an overview of the conference, the National Coordinator of SLANSA noted that youths in governance programmes is one of her organization’s instruments in promoting human security in West Africa. He said the Sub-Region is as one of the most volatile and conflict prone region in Sub-Saharan Africa of which Sierra Leone had had a fair share.
Dec 2, 2010, 17:24

NEWS : Local News
In Sierra Leone, Agriculture Ministry, FCC, COOPI Sign Agreement
The Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Food Security (MAFFS), the Freetown City Council (FCC) and COOPI have signed an agreement to work as a team to ensure the production of sufficient vegetable produces and to campaign for the use of such products by all citizens in the country. Addressing his audience during the signing ceremony in the conference room of the Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Food Security, the Minister of Agriculture Forestry and Food Security, Dr. Sam Sesay said the campaign for all Sierra Leoneans to eat and produce vegetables and fruit is a step in the right direction, adding that his ministry is in high support of such moves.
Dec 2, 2010, 17:22

NEWS : Local News
In Sierra Leone, Phillip Neville Docked for Libel
Chief Executive Officer of the Standard Times Newspaper, Philip Neville and his Acting Executive Editor, Pa Issa B.M Kamara were arraigned before Magistrate Emmanuella Harding of Magistrate Court No.6 on Wednesday 1st December, 2010 to answer to two count libel charges of knowingly publishing false news and defamation contrary to the 1965 Public Order Act. The matter before the learned magistrate was brought against the duo by the Director of Finance of the National Revenue Authority (NRA), Abdulai Conteh. Representing the Standard Times Editors was Lyon Jenkins Johnston
Dec 2, 2010, 17:20

NEWS : Local News
In Sierra Leone, Airtel Now Have Babies After Re-Branding
The largest mobile phone service provider in the country, Airtel officially recognized children born on the 19th November 2010 in selected Government Hospitals in Freetown. This day was chosen for the simple fact that Sierra Leoneans gained communication freedom on this day. This Sierra Leone has been involved in this freedom through Airtel, a global brand now operating in Sierra Leone. Zain re-branded to Bharti Airtel marking the second time the company has changed its identity since being introduced to Sierra Leone 10 years ago. Bharti Airtel, the fifth largest telecommunications provider in the world last week completed the rebranding of its acquisition deal of Kuwait-based Zain’s operations in 15 African countries and Seychelles at a cost of $10.7 billion.
Dec 2, 2010, 17:18

NEWS : Local News
In Sierra Leone, Journalists Benefit from SGBV Training
The British Council in Sierra Leone has collaborated with the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) and Women in the Media Sierra Leone (WIMSAL) to train journalists on Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) reporting. The three days’ training forum commenced on Tuesday 30th November, 2010 at the British Council Auditorium, Tower Hill in Freetown. In his welcome address to participants, British Council Country Director, Louisa Waddingham said the session was aimed at increasing the knowledge and understanding of media practitioners in investigating and reporting on SGBV.
Dec 2, 2010, 17:14

NEWS : Local News
In Sierra Leone, With more renowned artists surfacing, Airtel MAMA Gains Momentum
Airtel subscribers in Sierra Leone are now more anxious than ever to participate in the company’s MAMA show promo slated for Lagos, the Nigerian commercial capital. This latest momentum came following announcements that several renowned world musicians will be part of the show. Subscribers are busy sending their names by SMS to short code 6262 in order to be qualified to grace the 2010 MTV African Music Award dubbed ‘MAMA.’
Dec 2, 2010, 17:12


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