After being arrested and detained by Monrovia City police, a Bush Chicken reporter is now suffering from musculoskeletal pain resulting from physical assault, according to a medical report.
The president of the Press Union of Liberia, Charles B. Coffey has addressed the ongoing 30th congress of the International Federations of Journalists, with a focus on highlighting the progress and challenges faced by the Liberian media.
A reporter working for The Bush Chicken and Radio Gbarnga has won the 2019 Young Leaders in Agricultural Journalism Award.
As part of the Internews Citizens in Liberia Engaged to Advance Electoral Reform project, the Female Journalist Association of Liberia has concluded a three-day training for seven female journalists from across five counties.
The Press Union of Liberia is calling for reforms in the Liberian constitution in order to enhance the independence of the judicial branch of government, following the impeachment of former Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh from the Supreme Court.
The Press Union of Liberia has written Justice Minister Musa Dean to request an open and impartial investigation into allegations made by the CEO and general manager of Sky Communications Inc., T-Max Jlateh.
The U.S. State Department 2018 Human Rights Report has been released, uncovering several human rights violations in Liberia.
The Press Union of Liberia or PUL has lauded President George Weah for signing into law, the Kamara Abdullah Kamara Act of Press Freedom.