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Sierra Leone Parliament Support Freedom of Information Bill
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Posted by on Nov 13, 2010, 03:43
Members of the Honourable  House of Parliament in Sierra Leone have overwhelmingly supported the Freedom of Information bill in a workshop held on Wednesday 10th November 2010 at the Committee room No. 1 during the pre-legislative seating



An Open Letter to President Ernest Koroma Please Rescue Capt. Valentine Strasser
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Posted by Donald Georgestone California on Jul 28, 2010, 21:11

Valentine Strasser....Was Not A Bad Guy
The deteriorating condition of a former Head of State of Sierra Leone 
 and a former military  Officer ,  Capt .  Valentine Strassar, who went  to  the  battle  field  to  save   the  peaceful   people  of  the

Republic of Sierra Leone is on the Internet, and it is seen all over the world





Who In Sierra Leone Will Tell President Ernest Koroma The Truth?
STANDARD VOICE
Posted by on May 12, 2010, 01:37
Last week, both the Sierra Leone Peoples’ Party, SLPP tabloid, The Unity, and the Standard Times reported how the Executive Director of the country’s Maritime Administration, Mr. Philip S. J. Lukuley, has left his place of work to campaign for the ruling All peoples’ Congress party



Independent Media Commission Vs Philip Neville.....A Case Of When The Cat’s Away (Part 2)
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Posted by on Aug 5, 2009, 11:25
So many unpalatable things happened in the absence of the Executive Editor of the Standard Times Newspaper. Words were used to describe his personality and not the establishment created to transmit messages to the public. The inability of the Independent Media Commissioners to separate personality from the newspapers as a medium was evidently clear in the press statement, which is a clear indication of poor administrative



Independent Media Commission Vs Philip Neville.....A Case Of When The Cat’s Away
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Posted by on Aug 3, 2009, 12:36
It was on the newspapers, the radio stations that the Proprietor, Publisher and Executive Editor of the Standard Times Newspaper has been fined Le 500,000 by the Independent Media Commission (IMC) in a matter between the Opposition SLPP and the Standard Times Press. That the Commission found him guilty of publishing articles that were inaccurate and incorrect which was discovered to be unprofessional.



From The Editor’s Desk....Sierra Leone After Independence: 48 Years of Backwardness and Retrogression?
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Posted by on Apr 26, 2009, 12:37
On April 27th 1961 Sierra Leone, as a nation was declared independent of external rule, many believed it was for the best interest of Sierra Leoneans, but after forty-eight years, it is apparent that the paradise we had dreamed of remains far fetched



Thanks And Apprreciation To Our Readers in Sierra Leone and Beyond......Happy Holidays
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Posted by Joe Sawan on Dec 24, 2008, 20:39
Standard Times has been an integral part of the media landscape for over a decade and during that time, the organization has earned the unflinching support of many readers, business enterprises, non governmental organizations and a variety of international institutions.  Standard Times is most grateful and appreciative of the quality and quantity of support that the organization has received from its numerous readers and supporters



Sierra Leoneans From North To South,East To West “ We Are One Family” Time To Unite
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Posted by on May 1, 2008, 12:53

CMS Grammar School was founded 1845 in Freetown embraced Sierra Leoneans from east to west..north to south
That this country, called Sierra Leone has a very rich socio-cultural heritage is absolutely indisputable.  Sierra Leoneans are not generally known to be warlike.  As a matter of fact, they are a tolerant and accommodating people.  Even Bai Bureh’s “Hut Tax” war, which was the equivalent of the American “Boston Tea Party” and Thomas Paine’s famous assertion of “no taxation without representation stance and almost all of the internal conflicts  that have afflicted the country





Poverty And Poverty Alleviation Strategies In Sierra Leone
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Posted by on Jan 18, 2008, 14:11
Despite the growing volume of literature on the subject of poverty, there continues to be no consensus on the definition of the phenomenon. Nor is there even an agreement on whether poverty is an economic concept or a social concept. Poverty as an economic concept uses monetary measures to measure well being of individuals.



Seasons Greeting! Seasons Greeting! Seasons Greetings!
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Posted by on Dec 20, 2007, 10:49
Merry Christmas
Happy New Year
THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF OF STANDARD TIMES PRESS WISH OUR NUMEROUS READERS AND CONTRIBUTORS A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS 2008. MAY THE GOOD LORD GUIDE AND PROCTECT US ALL THROUGH OUT THE NEW YEAR. STAY BLESS!



Time For Decision Making in Sierra Leone
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Posted by on Sep 7, 2007, 13:44

Like in the life of an individual, there is always a time for decision making for every nation.For the sovereign state of Sierra Leone, there is no doubt that the time for a collective and pragmatic decision making has come.





We Implore All Sierra Leoneans….. Put Country First and Vote Wisely
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Posted by on Sep 3, 2007, 16:50

Well ahead of the preparatory stage for the 11th August 2007 Presidential and Parliamentary elections, we at Standard Times took the initiative to be persistently appealing to all Sierra Leoneans about choosing the next leader after the expiration of the mandate of current government.





Civil Servants Turns To Campaigning.....Paralyzing Government Institutions
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Posted by on Sep 3, 2007, 15:52

The attention of the editorial team of this press has been drawn to the activities of most government employees in our current political dispensation.There are persistent report from the various government ministries,department and agencies(MDA's) that most prominent figures have now abandoned





An Appeal To Sierra Leoneans.....Violence is Not The Answer Lets Stop Now!
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Posted by on Sep 2, 2007, 07:07
Sierra Leoneans need to be persistently reminded that following the 11th August 2007 elections, the people of this nation as well as the National Electoral Commission were praised for conducting peaceful, free and fair elections.




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