Nusrat SSS Convenes All High Schools Trade Fair

[Daily Observer] The Commerce Club at Nusrat Senior Secondary School recently staged a two-day all high schools trade fair at the school grounds. The trade fair was aimed at creating positive awareness among the students attending high schools, especia…

[Daily Observer] The Commerce Club at Nusrat Senior Secondary School recently staged a two-day all high schools trade fair at the school grounds. The trade fair was aimed at creating positive awareness among the students attending high schools, especially on the importance of the acquisition of skills for the socio-economic development of the country.

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Cup Heartache for Nda Jagne’s Sion

[Daily Observer] Gambia international, Pa Modou Jagne and his team’s 50-year streak of 13 Swiss Cup final wins and no defeats was ended by FC Basel in the final at the weekend.

[Daily Observer] Gambia international, Pa Modou Jagne and his team's 50-year streak of 13 Swiss Cup final wins and no defeats was ended by FC Basel in the final at the weekend.

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Mrcgccu Registers Steady Growth in Total Assets

[Daily Observer] The Medical Research Council Unit The Gambia Co-Cooperative Credit Union has registered steady growth in its total assets, scoring an estimated 8 million Dalasis compared to its last financial year.

[Daily Observer] The Medical Research Council Unit The Gambia Co-Cooperative Credit Union has registered steady growth in its total assets, scoring an estimated 8 million Dalasis compared to its last financial year.

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The ‘Maslaha’ Syndrome Has to End Right Now

[Daily Observer] The Office of the Vice President and Ministry of Women’s Affairs in collaboration with Women’s Bureau and the National Women’s Council and the Directorate of Social Welfare have issued a statement calling for immediate and thorough inv…

[Daily Observer] The Office of the Vice President and Ministry of Women's Affairs in collaboration with Women's Bureau and the National Women's Council and the Directorate of Social Welfare have issued a statement calling for immediate and thorough investigation into the rape case in Lamin that involved the life of an 8-year-old young girl.

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World Bank Continue Support

[Daily Observer] The World Bank, like other numerous institutions and organisations across the globe, continue to exhibit their friendly support to both developed and third world countries like The Gambia, through different platforms and manifestations.

[Daily Observer] The World Bank, like other numerous institutions and organisations across the globe, continue to exhibit their friendly support to both developed and third world countries like The Gambia, through different platforms and manifestations.

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Suspected 880G Cannabis Trafficker Granted Bail

[Daily Observer] Magistrate A. Sillah of the Brikama Magistrates’ Court yesterday granted D75, 000 bail to one Saikou Danso who is defending himself in a charge of being allegedly found in possession 880grams of Cannabis, a prohibited drug.

[Daily Observer] Magistrate A. Sillah of the Brikama Magistrates' Court yesterday granted D75, 000 bail to one Saikou Danso who is defending himself in a charge of being allegedly found in possession 880grams of Cannabis, a prohibited drug.

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Crr, Urr Stakeholders Trained On Climate Resilience Pilot Programme

[Daily Observer] The Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Water, Forestry, Parks and Wildlife, as the focal institution for the pilot programme on climate resilience (PPCR) recently convened a two-day capacity building for its stakeholders drawn fr…

[Daily Observer] The Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Water, Forestry, Parks and Wildlife, as the focal institution for the pilot programme on climate resilience (PPCR) recently convened a two-day capacity building for its stakeholders drawn from Central River and Upper River regions.

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Tobacco Waste Contains Over 7000 Toxic Chemicals – WHO Reveals

[Daily Observer] The World Health Organisation has revealed that tobacco waste contains over 7000 toxic chemicals that poison the environment, including human carcinogens.

[Daily Observer] The World Health Organisation has revealed that tobacco waste contains over 7000 toxic chemicals that poison the environment, including human carcinogens.

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