Dr William Darko (second left) explaining a point to Mrs Lordina Mahama (middle) at the newly installed operating theatre. With them are Nii Laryea Afotey-Agbo (right), the Greater Accra Regional Minister.

Ashaiman Polyclinic calls for assistance

The Management of the Ashaiman Polyclinic has appealed for assistance to enable it to expand installations at the health facility in order to cater…
Prof (Mrs) Frances Owusu-Daaku, President of the  Christian Service University College (CSUC), delivering the keynote address at the 40th matriculation ceremony.

Parents asked to invest in education of children

The Christian Service University College (CSUC) has held its 40th matriculation ceremony in Kumasi for 125 fresh men and women, with a call on…
Front view of the emergency center under renovation at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. Picture: EDNA ADUSERWAA

Korle Bu retooling project progressing steadily

Work on the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital retooling project, intended to improve quality healthcare is progressing steadily.
Some of the farmers drilling for water to irrigate their farms INSET: One of the farmers, Mr Norbet Chirase, harvesting some green pepper.

Upper East farmers abandon tomato cultivation due to lack of guaranteed market

Tomato farmers in the Upper East Region have abandoned the cultivation of dry season tomatoes due to lack of guaranteed market.
The suspected armed robbers, the alleged stolen money and the weapons used in their operations.

Military officer, five others nabbed for armed robbery

Six suspected armed robbers, including a military officer, who are alleged to have robbed rural banks, microfinance companies and individuals, have…

Committee to investigate leaked UCC nude video

The University of Cape Coast (UCC) has set up a committee to conduct investigations into the leaked nude videos of a UCC student.
Mr Isaac Kofi Toffah (right), the Ashanti Regional Sector Commander of the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), commending Mrs Lawrencia Abaga, for her 40 years dedicated service to the GRA, during this year’s WASSA in Kumasi.

Ashanti Customs Division fails to meet 2014 revenue target

The Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) in the Ashanti Region failed to meet its revenue target for 2014. The division could only…
Mary Timah has been sentenced to six years.

Woman jailed 6 years for causing harm to son, 14

The Accra Circuit Court yesterday sentenced Mary Timah, the 40-year-old trader who burnt her 14-year-old son with a hot electric iron, to six years…
President of AGI, Mr James Asare Adjei

AGI welcomes govt’s plans to fix ‘dumsor’

The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) has expressed its appreciation for the efforts being made by the government to end the energy crisis and…
Mr Benjamin Eyi Mensah (left) and his layer, Mr Alexander Afenyo-Markin, after the court decision

Fisherman floors EC; As Supreme Court stops March 3 district-level elections

The District-level elections slated for March 3, 2015 has been put on hold. This followed a unanimous decision by the Supreme Court to stop the…
Winners with Executive Director of MTN Ghana foundation, Cynthia Lumor

Sal Valley School tops MTN/Joy reading clubs competition

Two young talented girls from the Sal Valley School at Kanda in Accra have emerged winners in both the junior and senior categories of the Season 2…

"About 85 per cent of Ghanaian businessmen do drugs" - Ken Agyapong

Maverick Politician Kennedy Agyapong has alleged that most Ghanaian businessmen are drug dealers.
Mary Timah is to serve a six-year imprisonment for causing unlawful harm to her son.

Mother gets six years for burning son

An Accra Circuit Court on Friday sentenced a 40-year- old mother, Mary Timah, to six years imprisonment for causing unlawful harm to her son.

Kwabena Donkor uncovers plans to sabotage efforts to end dumsor (audio)

The Minister of Power, Dr Kwabena Donkor has uncovered some destructive plans aimed at obstructing the ministry’s moves at ending Ghana’s energy…
Benjamin Eyi Mensah (in white shirt)

Supreme Court halts District Assembly Elections

The Supreme Court has stopped the Electoral Commission from conducting the District Assembly Elections on Tuesday March 3. The process is to start…
Samia Nkrumah

Be truthful on IMF conditionalities - Samia tells Prez Mahama

The Chairperson of the Conventions Peoples Party (CPP) has asked President John Mahama to immediately update Ghanaians on the conditions attached to…
Library photo

Assembly Member aspirant shot dead in Wa

An Assembly member aspirant has been shot dead in Wa in the Upper West Region, it has been reported.
Jon Benjamin is the UK's High Commissioner to Ghana

British High Commission in Accra dismiss employee over visa fraud

The British High Commission in Accra has dismissed an employee over visa fraud allegations.
Deputy Minister of Education, Mr Alex Kyeremeh

Date for completion of community schools uncertain

A Deputy Minister of Education, Mr Alex Kyeremeh, yesterday failed to state for certain whether the government would be able to complete the 200…

Porter on trial over murder of girl, 14

Kofi Kwao, a 30-year-old porter, is in the grips of the law for murder.

Cattle thief jailed 180 months

Ibrahim Amidu, a 55-year-old herdsman at Zanidor near Asutsuare junction in the Shai Osu-Doku District, has been sentenced to 180 months with hard…
Mr Kwaku Arkoh ready for school.

50-year-old JHS student dreams of joining police

“Never say die until the bones are rotten,” is a popular slogan of Accra Hearts of Oak, one of the well-known football clubs in this country.
• Social media platforms have become very popular as a result of the influx of smart phones onto the market.

Socialise wisely on social media— IT expert advises

An expert in Information Security Management, Mr Eric Afanu, has cautioned users of social media platforms to be careful of the kind of information…
• Mr Peter Yaw Awuranyi (second left), Mr Joseph Bedrah (second right), the District Finance Officer (DFO), Mr Sylvester Zigum (left), and a former DCD, Mr Gado Musah (right), answered questions on the causes of outstanding debts plaguing theKrachi East District Assembly.

PAC to surcharge Krachi East District Assembly

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament has indicated its intention to surcharge management staff of the Krachi East District in the Volta…
•Mr Haruna Iddrisu (second right), Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, reading the inscription on the card. Those in the picture include Mrs Janet Esseku (3rd left), Women’s Organiser of the National Pensioners Association, and Mr Edward Ameyibor (right), General Secretary of the Association.

Pensioners Association launches medical scheme

The National Pensioners Association (NPA) has launched the Pensioners Medical Scheme (PMS) identity cards to enable members to access treatment for…

Energy Commission licenses indigenous power producers

The government is turning attention on indigenous sources of energy such as wood and solar to improve on the current power supply situation in the…
•Prof. Kodwo Ewusi, Dean of Graduate School, Methodist University College, speaking at the 48th J.B. Danquah Memorial Lectures in Accra.

‘Future of national economy bleak’

The Dean of Graduate Studies at the Methodist University College, Professor Kodwo Ewusi, has stated that the future of Ghana’s economy looks bleak,…
• President Mahama signing the visitors book at Parliament.

For once, no heckling in Parliament

For once there was decorum in Parliament as President John Dramani Mahama delivered the State of Nation Address to the House yesterday.

Four robbery suspects discharged

Four robbery suspects who have been on remand for the past three years gained their freedom yesterday when the Accra Circuit Court discharged them…
Nii Laryea Afotey Agbo

Find innovative ways to generate revenue — Afotey Agbo

The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Nii Laryea Afotey Agbo, has tasked the Adentan Municipal Assembly to find innovative ways of generating…
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