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Teenage pregnancy

Teenage pregnancy reduce by 14% in E/R

It is holding a series of activities including durbars to sensitise women and teenagers on the need to improve safe motherhood indicators which include...
inductees and dignitaries

Second Batch Of BEIGE Talent Programme Inducted

The ceremony was also meant to give the Group an opportunity to build an army of quality talents to manage several facets of its...
GFA

Sports Ministry pledges support to GFA

Speaking at the just ended two day 22nd Ordinary Congress of the GFA at the Ghanaman Soccer of Excellence in Prampram, the Minster congratulated...

Government to face economic challenges in 2016 – IFS

Speaking at a 2016 budget Forum on ‘Making The Most Out of Petroleum Revenues’ organised by the Natural Resource Governance Institute and the IFS,...
WAEC

WAEC asked to stop delays in releasing results

Dr. Gatsi, a Lecturer, University of Cape Coast (UCC) School of Business, who is also Founder-Director of John Gatsi Educational Foundation, made the call...
solar

Ghana to host solar project

Ghana is to benefit from a 200 million-dollar solar energy project at a district in northwestern part of the country, local media reported here...
NDC

NDC National Treasurer pledge to justify the overwhelming victory

Alhaji Abdallah Ahmed Abdallah newly elected National Treasurer of National Democratic Congress (NDC) has pledged to work hard to justify the overwhelming confidence reposed...

South African Airways adding additional frequencies to its network

South African Airways (SAA) today announced that it has commenced adding additional frequencies to its network which will substantially increase air services to some...

Galvanizing action to end violence against women

The United States Embassy in Accra, in collaboration with the Ghana Government and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), on Tuesday began 16 days of activism...
Mrs Matilda Amissah-Arthur in a group photograph with members of the Ghana Library Association.

Information literacy now a basic human right-Second Lady

The Second Lady, Mrs Matilda Amissah-Arthur, has charged librarians to follow the changing media landscape and the rapid information growth, to learn new skills. She...
Elmina Benya Bridge ongoing

New bridge over Elmina Benya Lagoon 42% complete

Construction work on the new bridge to replace the weak steel one over the Elmina Benya Lagoon in the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem Municipality of the Central...
Ebola

Regional Action Plan on Ebola Epidemic

The Greater Accra Regional Coordinating Council on Friday organized an Ebola Emergency Response Planning Workshop for stakeholders in the region aimed at coming up...

Govt urged to ensure timely release of capitation grant

The Net Organization for Youth Empowerment and Development (NOYED ? Ghana), has urged government to increase, and ensure the timely release of the capitation...
Dr Lamourdia Thiombiano, FAO Representative to Ghana

Journalists play fundamental roles in authentic nutrition

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations has lauded journalists for playing very fundamental roles in producing authentic nutrition information through...
World Food Day

Public campaign held on food wastage

Chefs for Change Ghana Foundation in line with the UN World Food Day celebration on Thursday held a public campaign on food wastage and...

Ghana records 161 cases of stowaways

The 10th Maritime Law Seminar for Judges of the Superior Courts has opened in Accra with a call on the Ports authorities and security...

Govt given 2 week ultimatum over Apam?Mumford Road

Members of the Mumford branch of the Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) , have given a two-week ultimatum to government, to construct the...

Brakwa Breman Rural Bank operates in 24 communities

The Brakwa Breman Rural Bank Limited has held its 29th Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Brakwa under the chairmanship of Mr Anthony Effah. In his...
British Airways

British Airways continues to make life comfortable

British Airways (BA), has celebrated 77 years of its operations in Ghana with a commitment to continue flying to serve its Ghanaian customers. Accrording to...

Akyem Abuakwa to celebrate Mmofra Afahye

Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin ,the Okyenhene has instituted ?Mmofra Afahye??or Children Festival as one of the annual festivals to be celebrated in the Akyem...

Teachers asked to form a formidable front

Mr Felix Essah Hienno, former headmaster of Okuapeman Senior High School, has called on the three teachers union, to form a formidable front for...

Assembly Adopt Stringent Measures To Crackdown Illegal Miners

As part of efforts to save the environment, the Bawku West District Assembly has put in place stringent measures to crackdown on illegal miners. The...
Ebola 1

Sierra Leone Health Care System At A Breaking Point

A leading charity on Thursday warned that the current rate of five new Ebola infections per hour in Sierra Leone has brought the country's...

A/R Prepares For Possible Ebola Outbreak

A two-day national workshop to strengthen the country?s preparedness and response to any unexpected outbreak of the deadly Ebola infection has been held in...
Students demonstrated at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on Monday. CreditBobby Yip/Reuters

China cracks down on sympathy for Hong Kong protesters

Chinese authorities detained several activists and censored internet posts amid widespread support by rights activists for the democracy protests in Hong Kong, reports said...

Minister Tours Housing Project For BNI

A 96-apartment housing project for officials of the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) at Sakumono in Accra has been completed and ready for use. Last...
Dr.Calvin Atewamba, Research Fellow, United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa addressing the workshop.

There Is The Need To Expand Infrastructure-Dr Calvin

The increasing slums in African cities, Ghana included is due to the rising number of people moving from rural centres to the urban centre,...

Six People Arrested In Guinea

Guinea has arrested six people suspected of killing eight members of a delegation visiting a rural community in the country's south east to educate...

SKE Records adds Petter Jones to the roster

Q The Question recently spoke with Vann Digital, as the SKE Records movement is growing by the day as the workload only increases. With Trel...

MPs Bloating Salaries Indirectly-Ayikoi Otoo

Former Attorney-General and Minister of Justice Nii Ayikoi Otoo has accused Ghana's 275 MPs of "indirectly upping their salaries" by approving a budget of...