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Following a General Council meeting at the Gambia College on Thursday, the Association of Public Health Officers has advised its members to resume work (tomorrow) Friday. read more… ...

The Minister of Health earlier this week issued an ominous warning to the striking public health officers that there will be no pay-check for them this month if they continued with their action but sources...

NAWEC said it did not have in stock that amount of chlorine which can constitute public safety risk. The water and electricity company has been accused of stockpiling chlorine in its stores in Sukuta...

Supporters of the various opposition parties could miss the chance to participate in next Saturday’s planned massive clean-up exercise in Banjul to be spearheaded by the Gambian leader. With the...

One of those allegedly involved in the use of used tires as fuel to smoke cowskin (Kawkanda) is now of particular interest to the police. The police in conjunction with Food Safety and Quality Authority...

After almost a week of paralysis in some aspects of health services as a result of the nationwide strike by public health officers, senior medical staff on Monday met the minister of health to dialogue...

The Chief of Defense Staff has vowed that the military will go the extra mile to contribute to the stemming of blood shortage-related deaths in the country. “The Gambia Armed Forces, over the years,...

The Gambia is currently in a vulnerable situation,regarding disease outbreaks in the country as the cadre of the health ministry tasked with investigating outbreaks is on strike. According to reports,...

As part of its core mandate in saving lives, the army made an impressive turn-out on Tuesday to donate blood to the various health facilities across the country. The massive blood donation exercise coincides...

Inspectors will be mobilized at some fish landing sites as part of immediate measures to establish whether Sniper insecticide was being used to preserve fish, JollofNews can reveal. According to the Gambia...