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GHACEM, Manya Krobos in legal tussle over limestone deposits

by Henking A. Adjase-Kodjo
Ghacem Limited has sued the Manya Krobo Traditional Council (MKTC) in what it describes as an interference in its concession of the limestone deposits in the area.

Compaore loses power; Following violent protests

by Seth J. Bokpe with additional files from BBC and Reuters
The President of Burkina Faso, Mr Blaise Compaore, has resigned after two days of violent street protests in the capital, Ouagadougou.
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Regions to get remand courts

by Nana Konadu Agyeman & Adwoa Amofa Osei
The Judicial Service is to set up permanent remand courts in all the regions to deal expeditiously with remand-related cases. A high court judge…
Vice-President Kwesi Amisah-Arthur exchanging pleasantaries with  Most Rev. Rt. Hon Justin Welby Archbishop of Canterbury. Those looking on are  Most Rev. Daniel Yinkah Sarfo (right), Archbishop of Kumasi, and other members of the delegation. Picture: EBOW HANSON

Archbishop of Canterbury lauds religious tolerance in Ghana

by Sebastian Syme
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Portal Welby, has lauded the level of religious tolerance among Ghanaians, which he said was of a high level and…
President Mahama signing the visitors book when he called on the Norwergian Prime Minister, Ms Solberg (right), at her office.

Norway approves $10m for Ghana’s oil industry

by Albert Salia
The Norwegian Government has approved the second tranche of $10 million to support the development of Ghana’s oil industry over the next five years.
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Court declares strike by unions illegal

by Seth J. Bokpe
The Industrial and Labour Division of the Accra High Court has granted an interlocutory injunction restraining nine unions from continuing with their…
Dr Kpessa Whyte (right), acting Executive Director, NSS, addressing some service personnel. Picture: KWABENA ASAMOAH ADDAI

National service personnel to receive allowances from next week

by Zainabu Issah
National service persons who are at post will start receiving their allowances from next week, the acting Executive Director of the National Service…

High Court orders striking workers to return to post

by Isaac Yeboah
The High Court (Industrial and Labour Division) has ordered all workers belonging to nine labour unions who have embarked on an indefinite strike…

Court stops AFAG’s ‘Aagbe wɔ’ demonstration

by Enoch Darfah Frimpong
The police administration has secured a court injunction on the planned ‘Aagbe wɔ’ demonstration scheduled for Thursday November 6, 2014.

FPSO workers call off strike

by Moses Dotsey Aklorbortu
The striking workers operating the FPSO Kwame Nkrumah at the Jubilee Fields in the Western region have called off their strike.

Let's step out and clean - President Mahama urges Ghanaians

by Graphic.com.gh
President John Dramani Mahama is urging Ghanaians to step out in their numbers and clean their surroundings as Ghana marks the inception of the…

Burkinabe's picketing at Embassy in Accra

by Graphic.com.gh
Some Burkinabe’s resident in Ghana, have gathered at their country’s Embassy at Asylum Down in Accra to join renewed calls by Burkina Faso’s…

Man gets 9yrs for defilment

by Lydia Ezit
The Accra Circuit Court has sentenced a 35-year-old man to nine years imprisonment with hard labour for defilement.

Two jailed 46 months for indecent assault

by Lydia Ezit
Two persons, including a 35-year-old military man stationed at Burma Camp, has been sentenced to a total of 46 months imprisonment with hard labour…
Mr Prosper Douglas Bani, Chief of Staff

Government approves insurance for frontline Ebola workers

by GNA
Mr Prosper Douglas Bani, Chief of Staff says government has approved an insurance policy for all frontline health and auxiliary workers that would be…

Ghana is first highest in marijuana consumption in Africa

by GNA
Ghana is the first highest consumer of marijuana in Africa, a United Nations Report has revealed. According to the report which was published in…
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Accident kills 9 on Kintampo-Tamale Highway

by GNA
Nine persons died on the spot, in a fatal accident at Gurumpe, along the Kintampo-Tamale Highway at 8.30 pm on Tuesday, October 28.
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Marshalls launch ‘Support for Girls’ Mathematics Education'

by Phoebe Pappoe
THE Board Chairman of the Marshalls Relief and Development Services (MAREDES), a non-governmental organisation (NGO), Mr Edward Prah, has called on…
Participants at the workshop on the Ebola disease.

Koreans abandon project for fear of Ebola

by Daily Graphic
The outbreak of the deadly Ebola disease in some West African countries has caused disruption to a major bio-gas project for the Kumasi Abattoir.
Chief Godfred Medicine has been arrested by the police

US tilapia boss arrested

by Enoch Darfah Frimpong
The Executive Chairman of Unique Shepherd (US) Group of Companies, popularly referred to as US Tilapia, Chief Godfred Medicine has been picked up by…
Mr. Julius Debrah, Minister of Local Government and Rural Development (MLGRD)

National Sanitation Day takes off tomorrow

by Charles Andoh
The first-ever National Sanitation Day will be observed countrywide tomorrow, November 1, 2014. The exercise, which is to be repeated on the first…
Julius Debrah, Minister of Local Government and Rural Development

First National Sanitation Day tomorrow

by Efia Akese
A few weeks ago, the Vice President, Kwesi Amissah Arthur, together with two eminent chiefs, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, Asantehene and Osagyefo Amoatia…

‘Dumsor’ booms phone charging business

by Efia Akese
Recharge card vendors in some parts of the capital, especially ‘trotro’ stations and densely populated vicinities are cashing in on the mobile phone…

Can you drink too much milk? Study raises questions

by AFP
PARISDrink lots of milk to strengthen your bones and boost your health, doctors say.
Sun Baohong, Chinese Ambassador to Ghana

China to partner African universities to train professionals

by Joseph Kyei-Boateng
Twenty Chinese universities are to partner universities in Africa for exchange programmes and provide scholarships to help in the training of…
Mr Thomas Aduah Quarcoo

Lecturer wins 2014 Coady Family Award

by Daily Graphic
A Development Consultant with Pro-Link Organisation, Mr Thomas Aduah Quarcoo, has won this year’s Coady Family Global Award for outstanding Community…
Mr Simon K. Davor  congratulating  the five-member management team. Those with him include Mr John Kudalor. Picture: EMMANUEL QUAYE.

Management team to supervise insurance task force inaugurated

by Daily Graphic
A five-member management team to supervise the activities of the national task force for the implementation of the National Compulsory Insurance…
A section of fresh students taking their oath during the ceremony.

Ejura Agricultural College to be upgraded to award diploma certificates

by Emmanuel Baah
The Ejura Agricultural College (EAC) is to be upgraded to award diploma certificates to students, the Ashanti Regional Minister, Dr Samuel Sarpong…

Names of 23 corporate trustees released

by Daily Graphic
The National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA) has released the list of 23 corporate trustees proposed to manage the second-tier pension of public…
An artist impression of the proposed interchange

Work on Kasoa interchange to start in December

by Naa Lamiley Bentil
Work on the Kasoa interchange, which seeks to ease traffic congestion in the 'mega city', is scheduled to take off in December, this year.
The Chief Executive Officer of the National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA), Mr Laud Senanu, speaking at the function yesterday. Looking on are officials of the authority.

Pension funds accrue GH¢2.1bn

by Salomey Appiah
An amount of GHc2.183 billion has accrued since January 2010 from the second-tier pension scheme, the National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA)…