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Mrs Charlotte Osei sworn in as new EC Chair

New EC boss Charlotte Osei pledges to be impartial

The newly appointed Chairman of Ghana’s Electoral Commission, Mrs Charlotte Kesson-Smith Osei, has pledged to be impartial in the discharge of her…
Michael Ohene-Effah, Co-Founder of Leadafrique International

Ghana’s first leadership farm for children to be held in August

A vacation camp to help young people discover themselves, plan properly for their lives and build their leadership skills will be held in August…

Health facilities charging GH¢5 for utility bills

Some health facilities in the country are charging patients an extra GH¢5 for utility bills.

Man,87, charged with raping woman 79

An eighty-seven year old man who is accused of raping a 79-year-old bed ridden woman (name withheld) at Aburi is battling for bail pending trial at…

Solar-powered street lights locked up at Tema Harbour

Ninety-One containers loaded with solar-powered street lights meant for cocoa farmers in remote communities have been abandoned at the Tema Port for…
• Workers of Waste Landfills fumigating the dumpsite

Controlled dumping of refuse at Abokobi landfill site

Controlled dumping of waste is ongoing at the Abokobi landfill site due to the absence of alternative dumpsites in the Ga East Municipality, Mr John…
•Mr Buah (right), presenting a gift to his Russian counterpart, Mr Alexander Novak.

Ghana, Russia to collaborate in developing local oil sector

Ghana and the Russian Federation have held discussions on how Russian companies could contribute to the development of the local oil sector.
• Mrs Matilda Baffour Awuah — Director-General, Ghana Prisons Service

Ghana Prisons Service launches ‘Project Efiase’

A project to revitalise Ghana’s prisons is to be launched today. Dubbed ‘Project Efiase’, it is a 10-year strategic development plan which will serve…

Nsawam-Adoagyiri Municipality to end illegal sand winning

The Inspectorate Division of the Minerals Commission has organised a day’s workshop for sand and gravel winners and related institutions in the…

Robbers attack residents of Amanfrom

A gang of six robbers allegedly attacked residents of about six houses at Amanfrom, near Kasoa, at dawn last Sunday, leaving eight victims with gun…
• The suspects. From left — Attiti Best, Iduh Joel and Solomon Eseoghene

Three Nigerians arrested at Dome for alleged forgery

A police swoop has led to the arrest of three Nigerians suspected to be behind the forging of fake documents such as drivers’ licences, voters’…
 • Workers of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) pulling down structures along the railway line near the Odaw River. Picture: Gabriel Ahiabor

AMA task force pulls down more structures to pave way for dredging of Odaw river

Some structures along the Odaw River in Accra were pulled down yesterday by the special task force of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) to pave…
• Mr Alex Kyeremeh (in suit), the Deputy Minister of Education in Charge of Pre-Tertiary, engaging some students on the examination when he toured some selected BECE examination centres in the Eastern Region.Picture: EMMANUEL ASAMOAH ADDAI

Re-writing of BECE cancelled papers ends today

Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates across the country started writing their cancelled papers Monday, amid tight security at…
• Mr Steve Williams presenting the report to President Mahama   Picture: EBOW HANSON

Task force on Exim bank presents report

The government inched closer to the establishment of an export-import (EXIM) bank in the country when a task force set up to work on the modalities…
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10 Complete training in handling water treatment problems

Ten people have been inducted into the Association of Water Treatment Professionals (AWTP) after undergoing training in handling water treatment…
• The evacuated Kejetia Bus Terminal. Picture: EMMANUEL BAAH

UPDATE: KMA cordons off Kejetia bus terminal for reconstruction work to begin

The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) yesterday cordoned off the Kejetia bus terminal to pave the way for the reconstruction of the terminal and the…
• The CEO, Pacific Logistics, Mr John Atsu Jaoudeh (2nd right), presenting a sample of the reflective vest to DCOP Angwubutoge Awuni (3rd left).

Police receive reflective vests from private company

A private company, Pacific Logistics, has donated 300 branded reflective vests worth GH¢10,000 to the Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD)…

Universal Childcare fetes children

Universal Childcare Foundation, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that supports the under-privileged, has feted children living in communities…

Chorkor beach turned dumping ground for refuse, human excreta

Chorkor, a fishing community in Accra, is an ugly scene of heaps of refuse and human excreta wrapped in black plastic bags and scrated around, which…

UPDATE: GMA extends strike deadline to July 29

After a marathon meeting of its General Assembly in Accra yesterday, the Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has decided to push its planned gradual…
President Mahama with the newly appointed Supreme Court judges, Justice Yaw Apau (left) and Justice Gabriel-Scot Pwamang

Give litigants fair day in court - Prez tells judges

President John Dramani Mahama has called on the Supreme Court to instil confidence in litigants so that parties to a case would be assured of a fair…
Bishop Daniel Kwame Kissi Bonegas - Founder and Overseer of the Great Fire Pentecostal International Ministry

Police investigate Bishop Bonegas for unlawful use of dispatch rider

The police are investigating the conduct of Bishop Daniel Kwame Kissi Bonegas, the Founder and Overseer of the Great Fire Pentecostal International…

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