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Finland planning four-day working week, six-hour days under new PM

Nigeria, Jan. 6 -- Finland's new Prime Minister is planning to introduce a new working schedule for its workers in the country that would involve a four-day-week and six-hour working days, the Dailyma... Read More


2019: 20 Top PREMIUM TIMES' investigations, special reports, exclusives

Nigeria, Dec. 31 -- In the past 12 months, PREMIUM TIMES published numerous well-researched investigations, exclusives and special reports that delved into various aspects of our national life. From ... Read More


Taekwondo: Korean centre trains Abuja residents on self-defence

Nigeria, Dec. 3 -- Grunts, panting, wheezing were some of the sounds that emanated from the vast training room at the Korean Cultural Centre, Abuja as over 70 adults took lessons in Taekwondo, a defen... Read More


Group explores salsa to fight gender violence, rape

Nigeria, Nov. 26 -- Global Rights on Monday organised a dancing event tagged #dancingwithconsent aimed at calling attention to the scourge of violence against women and rape. It was an evening of dan... Read More


How we're leveraging technology to empower Nigerian youth - Minister

Nigeria, Nov. 22 -- The minister of youth and sports, Sunday Dare, on Thursday said for any nation to reach its full potentials, it must leverage the power of technology to empower its teeming youth. ... Read More


Nollywood Awards: Pete Edochie, Charles Inojie, Ogidan, others honoured

Nigeria, Nov. 17 -- Veteran Hollywood actor, Pete Edochie; comic act, Charles Inojie and UK based celebrity actress, Funmi Ogidan Bello, were some of the stars honoured at the Nelas/Hollywood lifetime... Read More


Under Buhari, Nigeria records worst attacks on journalists in 34 years - Report

Nigeria, Nov. 10 -- Nigeria was one of the focal points for discussion when over 200 journalists across Africa gathered in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, for a conference on free speech and freedom of exp... Read More


Global editors' body shuts down over funding

Nigeria, Nov. 7 -- The Global Editors Network (GEN) announced Thursday that it will cease its activities due to lack of sustainable finances. The decision comes nine years since GEN's founding. GEN,... Read More