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Thursday, October 17, 2019

25th October, 2018

The Daily Graphic is disturbed at news that the armoury of the Daboya police station in the North Gonja District of the Northern Region has been broken into and...

27th September, 2018

The Daily Graphic says the distribution of expired products is unpardonable hence the NADMO officers responsible for distributing the products to the flood victims in the Upper West Region...

6th June, 2019

The Ghanaian Times agrees with a Senior Programmes Officer of the National Small Arms and Light Weapons Commission, Gyebi Asante that current sanctions are not punitive enough although they...

12th July, 2019

The Daily Graphic commends the Ghana Health Service for its effective surveillance in Tamale that made it possible for the timely detection of the Poliovirus type 2 outbreak. The...

29th October, 2018

The Daily Graphic congratulates journalists who won awards last Saturday at the 23rd GJA Awards ceremony and ask them to remember the prize is a challenge for them to...

22nd October, 2018

The Daily Graphic calls on management of the Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) to prioritise efficiency and product integrity to help sustain the revival of the refinery. This will help...

29th July, 2019

The Daily Graphic supports the declaration by President Akufo-Addo that the slave trade was a barbaric episode which must never be allowed to recur. The paper thinks the celebration...

17th October, 2019

The Daily Graphic calls on the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, KMA to as a matter of urgency relocate traders at the Kumasi Central Market. This is to enable contractors to...

5th September, 2018

The Ghanaian Times is extremely worried about the high rate of poverty in Ghana especially in the three regions of the north and some parts of the central region....

21st August, 2019

The Daily Graphic considers it heartwarming, that the dream of the founding fathers of the AU has been echoed in the African Continental Free Trade Area at a Summit...

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