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Ghana card is for development not voting-Asiedu Nketia

The General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has said the Ghana card is for development and not voting. "Registrations as citizens everywhere is the...

District Coordinating Directors in four regions sensitised on Climate Change

About 100 District Coordinating Directors in the Ashanti, Western, Eastern and Central Regions have been sensitised on the need to include adaptation strategies in their development plans to address...

Indonesian man walks 500 miles across the country backward

An Indonesia man is on a quest to walk 500 miles across the country while facing backward to raise awareness of forest preservation. Medi Bastoni, 43, set out from his...

Singapore seizes elephant ivory, pangolin scales in record $48m haul

Singapore authorities have seized 8.8 tonnes (8,800kg) of elephant ivory, its largest ever seizure to date. Authorities estimate that the tusks, valued at $12.9m (£10.4m), have come from nearly 300...

Why US bird attacks on humans are on rise

Bird attacks on humans are growing more common as people continue to encroach on bird nesting territory, wildlife experts warn. Mary Heiman was walking her dog around a lake in...

Divers discover human-sized jellyfish off Falmouth coast

Divers swimming off the coast of Falmouth in Cornwall spotted a jellyfish as large as a human on Saturday. Lizzie Daly and Dan Abbott, who discovered the specimen, estimated it...

Partial lunar eclipse occurs on ‘Apollo 11’ 50th anniversary

Skywatchers across the UK have witnessed a partial lunar eclipse, 50 years to the day since the US mission to put men on the Moon lifted off. The surface of...

Exposure to sun and fire has no effect on humans – Dr. Aaron Asare

The CEO and Senior Medical Consultant at a Hospital in Sunyani, Dr. Aaron Asare, has assured the public, that exposure to high temperatures from the sun and cooking fires...

World hunger on the increase for a third year running – UN report

There were 821 million chronically undernourished people in the world last year, up from 811 the previous year says the new edition of the annual State of Food Security...

Australia: Dozens of birds found dead in suspected poisoning

More than 60 birds have died after "falling from the sky" in a suspected case of poisoning in South Australia, rescuers say. The animals - two species of corella -...

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Technical barriers to Trade must be stepping-stones–Prof Dodoo

For the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to succeed, countries must ensure that Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) become stepping-stones rather than obstacles,...

Gov’t introduces ‘One -Pupil-One-Cocoa Drink’ policy for school feeding program

Government of Ghana is implementing policies that will help instill the habit of cocoa consumption in the populace and will in the long run,...

Acting IGP directs speedy investigation into death of two policemen

The acting Inspector General of Police,  (IGP), has directed a speedy investigation into the death of two Policemen. The two officers were ‘killed’ at Manso...