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Castle to construct first private fuel depot

By Tabora Bojang Castle Gambia is constructing a new fuel storage facility at the coastal village of Mandinary to be the first private fuel storage...

National Farmers’ Platform gets new president

By Amadou Jadama The members of the National Farmers' Platform have selected Sheriffo Bojang as their new president to steer the affairs of the platform...

Lack of response in Germany deportations ‘concerns’ EU

By Alagie Manneh  The EU Delegation to The Gambia has said in a leaked statement that it remains “concerned” by the continued silence of Gambian...

22 goats, sheep dead in Keneba fire

By Amadou Jadama Bushfire engulfed the Livestock Innovation Centre (formerly ITC) in Kiang Keneba Monday night killing at least 22 goats and sheep. Confirming the tragedy...

Karpowership gives out nearly half-a-million dalasis to orphanage, GMA

By Alagie Manneh The Turkish power production company, Karpowership, has donated US$6,500 to the Imam Malick Qur'anic Memorisation Centre and Study of Islamic Doctrines, and...

Women gardeners in Barrow Kunda calls for support

Women gardeners in Wuli Barrow Kunda in the Upper River Region have appealed for support from government, NGOs and philanthropists to help address their...

Save Future Foundation officially launched

By Nyima Bah On Saturday, February 13th 2021, Save The Future Foundation, STFF, held its official launch at the regional office in Brikama The non-profit organization...

TIKA supports Gambian farmers with threshers

By Mustapha K Darboe The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) has supported Gambian farmers with thresher machines to enhance food production and reduce post-harvest...

Gambia set on course for protection of underwater cultural heritage through UNESCO funding

By Olimatou Coker On January 10-25, four young Gambian professionals benefitted from a first-ever underwater archaeology training on the basics of the protection of underwater...

Deputy Secretary General laments low ‘adherence to civil service’ protocols

By Olimatou Coker Deputy Secretary-General and Head of Civil Service has said that a diagnostic report of the civil service reform program (2018-2027) has revealed...

NEA trains stakeholders on “lead” in paints, says it’s a threat to human health

By Aisha Tamba The National Environment Agency in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme on Wednesday held a day-long national stakeholder consultation workshop on...

Effective migration governance key to peaceful Gambia-IOM chief

By Awa Macalo The IOM chief of Mission to The Gambia has talked up the importance of effective migration governance as a key tool to...

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