The paper has been hinted that the Mount Coffee Hydropower Rehabilitation project resumes next month in preparation for the mobilization of project contractors in June 2015.
The management of ArcelorMittal has handed over a 60-bed Ebola Unit to the Nimba County Health Team, the first ever in the county to serve both as an isolation unit and treatment center.
What appears to be a boost in the petroleum industry here has begun at the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company or LPRC as the entity starts to import heavy fuel that will be used mostly by concession companies, including the Liberia Electricity Corporation, LEC.
The Commissioner of the Liberia Maritime Authority has announced plan for the construction of a multi-purpose building in Marshall, Margibi County for the usage of the entity.
The First International Bank (Liberia) Limited or FIBank has clarified media reports in connection with the theft of US$300,100 at its branch in Ganta, Nimba County.
The Kenyan national carrier, Kenya Airways is expected to resume flights here soon, officials have revealed.
Marketers, mainly women, have benefitted cash assistance from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Reports gathered by the NewDawn indicate that one of the world’s biggest steel companies operating here is at the verge of laying-off over 900 employees and contractors.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and U.S. Ambassador to Liberia Deborah R. Malac have officially inaugurated Liberia’s first industrial rice processing and warehousing facility, Fabrar Liberia Inc. in Kakata, Margibi County (April 9).
As the Ebola fight in Liberia intensifies, ExxonMobil has presented a check for US$150,000 grant to the Liberia National Red Cross Society (LNRCS) to enhance the work of the Red Cross.