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Cardiologists advise Journalists to sleep at least 7 hours daily to avoid heart diseases

An Interventional Cardiologist at the Manipal Hospitals, India, Dr. Ranjan Shetty, has advised journalists to have at least seven hours of good and quality sleep, to rejuvenate their system for the next day’s work. The sleep, he said, is...

Guinea Coup: Fate of Guinea’s President Conde’ unclear as Soldiers announce take-over of Land & Air Ports

Reports from Guinea say, a group of soldiers from an elite unit claim they have overthrown President Alpha Condé, accusing him of corruption, mismanagement and poverty. The soldiers appeared on national TV claiming to have dissolved the government, after...

Information Minister condemns attempts to discredit Agenda 111

By Yvonne Atilego. Government has condemned attempts by some people to undermine and discredit the AGENDA 111 project which seeks to transform the country's healthcare system. President Akufo-Addo last month launched the AGENDA 111 Hospital Project, which has come under...

OLA SHS appeals for support to deal with deficit in its infrastructure

Elorm Aryee Management of OLA Senior High School in Ho, the Volta Regional capital has urged past students, and benevolent organizations to support the school to deal with its infrastructural deficit. There has been a significant rise in the school's...

Guinea coup attempt: Soldiers claim to seize power from Alpha Condé

The fate of Guinea's President Alpha Condé is unclear after an unverified video showed him surrounded by soldiers, who said they had seized power. They appeared on national TV claiming to have dissolved the government. However, the defence ministry said the...

Finance Ministry releases ₵31 million to settle arrears of School Feeding Caterers in Western & Western North

President Akufo-Addo has revealed that a sum of 31 million Cedis has been released by the Ministry of Finance to settle arrears owed school feeding caterers in the country. He made the announcement on his tour to the Western...

Ministry of Information leads conversation with development partners on Media Development in Ghana

The Ministry of information is spearheading an ambitious drive to court support and funding from development partners, private sector, civil society among other groups to initiate media development programs which will create a conducive and safe environment for Media...

Four thousand youth subscribe to Maiden Vodafone Virtual Skills Fair

By Mabel Adorkor Annang Four thousand Youth have subscribed to the first ever Vodafone Virtual Skills fair. The fair was organized to provide career guidance, access to training content and help the youth make informed career choices online, as a way...

Picture Story:Tamale Floods

By Murtala Issah Rescue Operation currently underway in Tamale Metropolis following days of torrential rain. Rescue efforts on-going, as a dog is seen caught up in the floods.  

More than 600 pregnant teenage girls in E/R, back in school

By Michael Kofi Kenetey. The Eastern Regional Directorate of the Ghana Education Service has revealed that 691 teenage girls have returned to school either pregnant or had given birth as of May 2021. This follows a survey conducted in the...

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