The declaration by authorities was met with mixed emotions, the memory of the virus that has left more than 2 500 people dead still too fresh.
Sierra Leoneans are seeking requital in Britain for violence and loss of farmland to iron-ore company African Minerals.
A consequence of the Ebola epidemic is a steep drop in measles vaccinations as overburdened hospitals are unable to keep up.
Sam Sumana was expelled from the governing All People's Congress party for what is described as "his anti-party activities".
The Ebola epidemic and falling commodity prices have signalled a need for economic change in the West African country.
Oxfam has called for a multimillion-dollar plan to rebuild the economies of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, ahead of a recovery summit in Brussels.
The anticorruption commission is investigating why a third of taxpayers' money allocated to fighting Ebola was not accounted for.
More ambulances, checkpoints and changes in behaviour are keeping new Ebola cases in check, with hopes the govt could stamp out the virus by March.
The army is to enforce the government's travel ban during the Christmas period and a military presence aims to deter street celebrations.
How many lives must be lost to Ebola before the AU cuts through the bureaucratic red tape that is strangling the life out of our people, asks the AHF.
Fears are rising that a new, uncontrolled infection chain could send the death toll soaring.
The number of Ebola cases is still rising in Sierra Leone, though it is stabilising in neighbouring Guinea and slowing in Liberia.
There is little reason to worry even if a fellow passenger has contracted the disease.
Tests on new experimental drugs to treat the Ebola virus, which has claimed 3000 lives this year, is being welcomed.
While Nigeria's president has declared his country Ebola-free, 1.2-million people have been affected by a quarantine in Sierra Leone.
Sierra Leone's government says it will impose a three-day nationwide lockdown from September 19 in a bid to control the spread of Ebola.
Sierra Leone's markets have crumbled under the widespread panic that has affected most of Africa.
Médecins Sans Frontières chief claims the response to the catastrophe is "almost zero", with nations most concerned with self-protection.
We take a look at developments of the deadly virus as it continues to spread in West Africa. How did it start and how are countries dealing with it?