PUL Celebrate Thirteen New Trainers
(Monrovia, July 1, 2015): The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) has concluded a two-day training of trainers’ workshop in Monrovia, challenging participants to use the knowledge and skills acquired to help make journalism better in Liberia. Speaking at the close of the workshop on Wednesday, PUL President Abdullai Kamara underscored the need for more training of journalists in the country to enable them catch up with evolving challenges and professionalism.
Liberian Media Faces Threats, Challenges
PUL SG Laments At Int'l Media Confab Journalist D K Sengbeh and some participants of the conference are seen PUL Secretary General D. Kaihennneh Sengbeh addressing the International Conference on Freedom of the Press in Jerusalem at the historic Mishkenot Sha'ananim Conference Center. The Secretary General of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL), D. Kaihenneh Sengbeh, has told an international conference that press freedom remains elusive in Liberia in the face of daunting economic challenges and periodic attacks and intimidation on the media mostly by state authorities.
PUL Concludes Successful Congress
(Monrovia, Sunday March 22, 2015): The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) has ended a successful mini-Congress in Monrovia with a call for improved working conditions of journalists in the country.
Journalists Key Stakeholders In Peace, Stability' --- Action Aid Boss
MONROVIA, March 20 (LINA) -The Country Representative of Action Aid-Liberia, Korto Williams, has challenged Liberian journalists to build their capacity for responsible and professional dissemination of information for socio-economic development.

Local News
MONROVIA, Liberia 31 May 2014 -The headquarters of the Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS) was teeming with activity today as young people from across Montserrado County laughed, danced and sang in celebration of Liberia Children's Media Day.
County News
At the Leprosy Rehabilitation Center in Suakoko, Bong County, which has one of the worsening conditions of life in the country, 65 inmates are finding it hard to make ends meet. The clattering atmosphere in this central Liberian region had offered hopes for dozens of people afflicted with contagious skin diseases that cause serious and permanent damage to the body, including loss of finger and nose after they were taken away from their families.
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