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book-launch

Book Unveiled in Honour of Prof. Kuupole

A 136 page book, titled, “Managing the contemporary Ghanaian University: Reflections of a former Vice Chancellor” has been launched in honour of Professor Domwini...
China Industrial Park

China to Construct Ultra modern Industrial City in Central Region

ONEGO, an Investment Consulting Firm based in China, has begun negotiations with some key stakeholders to establish an ultra-modern industrial city in the Central...
NCA Tower

NCA charged to design initiatives that will check Ghana’s diverse Media

The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) has called on the National Communications Authority (NCA) to pursue initiatives that would guard rather than dim the country’s...
Education Mathematics Educators

African Mathematics Educators Meet Over Cross-Pollination

Mr David Stern, Founder of Innovations in Development, Education and Mathematical Sciences (IDEMS) UK, has lauded the government of Ghana for introducing free Senior...
Mtn Customer Outreach

MTN educates customers on its products and services

Staff of telecommunication giant, MTN Ghana, on Tuesday held a Customer Outreach Day to sensitise traders at the Kotokuraba Market on the products and...
European Union (EU)

Communicators discuss EU funded project in Ghana

Twenty-eight implementing European Union (EU) funded project managers and communication specialists from the Southern and Western Africa Region have ended a week Communications training...
Nab Universities Accreditation

Universities running programmes Without Accreditation to face law – NAB

The National Accreditation Board (NAB) has signalled warning that it will not hesitate to take action against both public and private universities that continue...
Farmers Biometric Registration

Mfantseman Assembly Starts Biometric Data Collection for PFJ

The Department of Agriculture of the Mfantseman Municipal Assembly has begun the biometric registration of farmers under the Planting for Food and Jobs (PFJ)...
blood

UCC, Global Wings Travel and Tour Organises Blood Donation Exercise

A blood donation exercise to stock the blood Bank of health facilities in the Cape Coast Metropolis has been organised by the Directorate of...
Right to Information (RTI)

Ghana’s RTI Law Will Enable CHRAJ Portray Its Vision

The passage of the Right to Information (RTI) Bill into law would go a long way to help the Commission on Human Rights and...
Sexuality Education

PPAG Blames Hypocrisy for Hindering Sexual Education in Ghana

Double standards and hypocrisy are the bane of effective sexuality education in the country, Mr Michael Tagoe, Youth Program Officer of the Planned Parenthood...
Professor Kenneth Agyeman Attafuah,

Ghanaians asked to assist in eliminating illegal foreigners from NIS

Ghanaians have been asked to report foreign nationals who may attempt to register for the Ghana National Identification Card to ensure credible and acceptable...
Stakeholders Collaboration

Education Must Guide Us in Solving Problems

Mr JoJo Entusah, a Florida based Geo-Technical and Environmental Engineer, has called for a strong network among teachers, parents and other stakeholders to help...
nurses

Nurses Urged to be Committed for Excellence

A Senior Lecturer at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) School of Nursing, Dr Nancy Enocentia Enyan-Edu, has called on female nurses to uphold...
Kidney Day

GKA Drafts Policy Aimed at Addressing Prolong Kidney Diseases

A Renal Care Policy has been developed by the Ghana Kidney Association (GKA) to help address the causes, prevention, treatment and costs of chronic...
Project Delay

Dunkwa-on-Offin Youth Centre remains Uncompleted

Work is far behind schedule on the 5,000-capacity Youth Resource Centre to promote sporting activities and youth development at Dunkwa-on-Offin in the Central Region. The...
anaemia

C/R: Rate of Anaemia Among Females Very High

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has described the high incidence of anaemia among females in the Central Region as ‘alarming’, and had called for...
Nurses

Commitment is Vital to the Nursing profession

Dr Nancy Enocentia Enyan- Edu, a Senior Lecturer at the University of Cape Coast (UCC), School of Nursing, has called on female nurses to...
Neonatal Deaths

CCHT’s Lack of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Very Worrying

The management of maternal and neonatal related complications is increasingly becoming a challenge for authorities at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital (CCTH) due to...
Health Children Chds

NGO Says Children Born with Inherited Heart Defects Require Special Education

A project to provide exceptional services for children with Congenital Heart Defects (CHDs) before and after surgery have been launched with a call on...
Social media

Police cautions public on social media usage following kidnappings

A total of sixty-four kidnapped cases were reported in the central Region in 2018. Eleven suspects have so far been arrested out of which one...
Kakum Tourists Assurance

Kakum National Park to Introduce New Packages for Tourists

Tourists who would be visiting the Kakum National Park are to expect interesting varieties of new packages in addition to the canopy walk, Mr...
Africa Diasporas Development

Africans in the Diaspora Charged to Show Commitment to Africa’s Development

Mr Diallo Sumbry, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Adinkra Group of the United States of America (USA), has called on Africans...
Independence Day Oguaa

Youth Urged to lead campaign of national unity

The county's youth have been admonished to guard against all forms of negative tendencies and cultivate the spirit of national consciousness, discipline, hard work...
Panelists Culture

Functionality of Culture and Creative Arts Industry Must Work with Streamlined Policies

Panellists at a roundtable on “the role of artistes in the process of transformation” have called on the Government to streamline policies and ensure...
Ghana-National-Association-of-Teachers-GNAT

GNAT Advises Government Against Rushing New Curriculum

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has cautioned government against rushing to implement the proposed standards-based curriculum until implementers and stakeholders have been...
Wpid Money Growth

In 2018 Central Region’s Tourism Growth Increased by 20%

Central Region, still maintains its enviable position as the tourism “heartbeat” of Ghana with the sector growing by 20 percent in 2018 despite numerous...
fishing

Ghana’s Fishing Net Could Be Mended Through Transparency

Kweku Mensah, a 43-year-old fisherman from Axim has been fishing off Ghana’s coast since the age of 15. Over the past 30 years, he has...
NCCE

NCCE Links Failing Child Protection Campaigns to Irresponsible Parenting

Parental irresponsibility is a major contributing factor to the recent increase in abuses against children in the country, the National Commission for Civic Education...
cc politics ndc voting

NDC Presidential Primaries Starts Off Without Any Hitches in Central Region

The presidential primaries of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is peacefully underway in all the 23 polling centres of the Central Region. A total...