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Students in Ukraine willing to return home will be evacuated- Ayorkor Botchwey

By Nathaniel Nartey The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey says the government will focus efforts on evacuating only Ghanaians interested in returning home  from Ukraine following the arrival of the first batch of 17 students....

Reconstituted BoG Board charged to interrogate high interest rate-President Akufo-Addo

Story by: Bright Ntramah President Akufo-Addo has urged the Bank of Ghana, BOG to interrogate the issue of high interest rate, and how the issue can be addressed to enhance competitiveness with the private sector. He wondered why BOG lends to...

Parks and Gardens begins greening project

The Department of Parks and Gardens has begun a nationwide project to plant, nurture and sustain one million trees across the country in the next two years. The initiative Dubbed ‘Planting for Now and the Future’,  forms part of efforts...

Let’s tackle root cause of child begging- Population Council

Dr. Leticia Adelaide Appiah, Executive Director of the National Population Council (NPC) says the issue of child beggars should be tackled from the root cause for a lasting solution. ‘‘Every condition has an underlying cause, taking them off the street...

Tema West Municipal to formalise ‘borla taxi’ operations

The Tema West Municipal Assembly has rolled-out a process to formalise the activities of ‘Borla taxi’ operators into its main waste management system to enhance their regulation. ‘Borla taxis’ are tricycles being used to collect refuse, mostly from densely populated...

Afadzato South MP supports Ho Prison with items worth over GHc 60,000

Member of Parliament for Afadzato South in the Region Volta Region Angela Oforiwa Alorwu-Tay, has donated items worth over Sixty Thousand Ghana Cedis (GHc 60, 000) to the infirmary of the Ho Medium Security Prison. Presenting the items, The MP...

Dunkwa Nursing Training and Midwifery Training College admits 653 students

The Dunkwa Nursing and Midwifery Training College in the Upper Denkyira East Municipality in the Central Region has admitted 653 Students to pursue various programmes in healthcare. The Principal of the college, Mr. David Benjamin Sampson charged the students to...

Women to receive awards for contributions to agriculture growth

Ghanaian women contributions to agriculture development would be recognized this year’s Women in Food and Agricultural Leadership Training Forum and the Gold in the Soil Awards. The award, the third in the series, is slated for Wednesday, June 23 and...

Rastafarians should set up their own schools in Ghana – NAGRAT

The President of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), Angel Carbonou has suggested that if Rastafarians want their children to keep their dreadlocks on in senior high schools (SHS), then they should set up their own schools in...

Dzodze Hospital institutes measures to curb missing body parts at morgue  

The Management of St. Anthony’s Hospital, Dzodze, in the Ketu North Municipality, has sent notice it would no longer admit new bodies to its morgue at odd hours. By this policy, dead bodies would only be accepted for depositing at...

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Fitch downgrades Ghana from ‘CCC’ to ‘CC’

Fitch Ratings has downgraded Ghana’s Long-Term Local- and Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) to ‘CC’, from ‘CCC’. Fitch typically does...

Ghana suffered 3-0 defeat to Brazil in pre-World Cup friendly

Ghana suffered a 3-0 defeat in the hands of five-time world champions Brazil during a friendly match at the Stade Oceane in Le Havre,...

Craft information on ”right to know” basis- Security Expert Adib Sani tells Police  

By Rebecca Ekpe Security Expert Adib Sani says there should be a deeper collaboration between the Police and the Media, especially in the dissemination of...

First batch of 300 Riverguards begin Training at Eastern Naval Command

One Hundred persons, from various parts of the country, have begun a one-month training as part of efforts to protect Ghana's river bodies from...

GJA asks the Police Administration to review ”Centralisation of Information Dissemination Policy”

By Ewurabena Paha The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) says despite the magnitude of the challenges the Police Administration encounters in its bid to share information...