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Egypt seizes ship that blocked Suez Canal over $900m compensation claim

Egypt will impound the giant container ship that blocked the Suez Canal last month until its Japanese owner pays $900m (£652m) in compensation. One of the Ever Given's insurers, UK Club, said the Suez Canal Authority had rejected its offer...

Nursing and Midwifery Council commences online licensing exam

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (N&MC) has commenced conducting online licensing examination for its members. This follows a successful implementation of a four-year project. The project, began in 2016 with funding from The Netherlands Government and has so far enabled the...

Pedestrians forced to use Madina – Adenta footbridge

After the construction of the Madina – Adenta highway, footbridges designed to assist pedestrians’ crossover the highway were still uncompleted. Pedestrians risked their lives daily on that stretch which led to an increased demand for the completion of these bridges. Two...

Green Building Research Conference held

A green building research conference aimed at finding solution to Ghana’s energy demand, has taken place on the campus of the Coast Technical University. The conference was initiated by the School of Environment and Natural Resources of the university.

Niger school blaze: Trapped children die in Niamey

At least 20 children have died after they became trapped in a fire at a school in Niger's capital, Niamey. The fire started late on Monday afternoon when the children were attending lessons in straw classrooms. The flames blocked the school...

Louisiana ship capsize: Search for survivors from ‘lift’ vessel

Rescuers are searching for missing crew members of a large commercial vessel after it capsized off the US state of Louisiana. There were reportedly 18 people on board, and on Wednesday the US Coast Guard said it had so far...

Furniture shortage hits Tamale College of Education

For students of the Tamale College of Education, in the Northern Region, lack of furniture remains a major problem. The situation sometimes compels some students to either stand or sit on the floor, whenever they have group discussions, especially outside...

Neglected gullies and potholes pose danger to motorists

Neglected gullies and potholes have now become a threat to motorists and pedestrians on major roads. From statistics, quite a number of road accidents on the highways are a result of gullies on these roads. These small holes caused by erosion...

Accra: Storm drains being constructed to avert flooding

Underground storm drains are currently being constructed to avert flooding in Accra, especially along the Kaneshie, Awudome enclave which records the highest flooding annually. It forms part of the second phase of the Obetsebi Lamptey Interchange Project to ensure that...

Contribution of George Ekem Ferguson to Ghana’s development

He was killed by a slave raider, Samori in 1897. 124 years after his death, his legacies still live on. GBCNEWS takes you to the Upper West Regional capital Wa, on an educational visit, to learn some more about a...

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