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Chinese scientists measure the conductivity, temperature and depth of the ocean with a CTD (Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth) device. (File photo from People’s Daily)

Rise in Temperature Causing Food Spoilage

For most people, “it is warm these days” but they do not give a thought to why, and its effect on the general population....
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Ghanaians Expectations for 2019

Some Ghanaians have shared optimistic expectations towards the coming 2019, hoping to see an enriched nation capable of enhancing the living standards of citizens. Most...
President Muhammadu Buhari

Nigeria’s Buhari flags off campaign ahead of 2019 presidential polls

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday flagged off his campaign in a bid for re-election in presidential polls next February. Buhari,...
Nigerian troops

Nigerian army claims control of Boko Haram stronghold

The Nigerian army on Friday declared it is in control of Baga town, one of the strongholds of terror group Boko Haram in the...

Nigeria’s opposition party confirms 8 members killed in road accident

Nigeria's main opposition party on Friday confirmed eight of its members were killed and many others injured in a road accident in the country's...
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Ghana’s Asante Kotoko to face Cameroon’s Coton Sport in confederation cup

Ghana's Asante Kotoko have been drawn against Coton Sport FC of Cameroon in the playoff round of the 2018/2019 Confederation Cup scheduled for next...
migrants

UK: Sajid Javid declares major happening over huge number of migrants

Britain's Home Secretary Sajid Javid on Friday declared a major incident following a dramatic rise in the number of migrants crossing the English Channel...
Mrs Jean Mensa

EC Chair Confirms All Six Proposed Regions Met Every Constitutional Requirements

Mrs Jean Mensa, the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, has said that all six proposed regions in the December 27 Referendum have met the...
Prioritize unlocking investments, efficient services in 2019 for SME’s growth

SMEs Charge Government to Prioritize Investments

Players in the startup and Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector say government must prioritize the provision of catalytic investments into the Small and...
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Kempinski buys US$1.6 million of foodstuff locally

The Kempinski Gold Coast City Hotel in Accra, sources 1.6 million dollars of foodstuff and products every year from the Ghanaian market. The General Manager...
Babies

Tarkwa: 16 Christmas Babies Welcomed

The Tarkwa Municipal and the Apinto Government hospitals in the Western Region delivered 16 babies from Christmas Eve to Boxing Day. The Tarkwa Municipal Hospital...
Ghana Formed Police Unit (GHANFPU)

165 Ghana Police Formed Unit Handed Medals

The United Nations has honoured 165 officers of the Ghana Formed Police Unit (GHANFPU), who have been on United Nation Mission in Bentiu-South Sudan,...

31st December Revolution Anniversary to be held in Ashaiman

A parade and durbar of chiefs and people marking the 37th Anniversary of the 31st December Revolution would be held at the Ashaiman Mandela...
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Ghanaians urged to cultivate attitudinal change for positive development

A cross section of Ghanaians believe that a change in attitude was the surest way of ensuring development in the country. They also urged the...
MTN presents gifts to Christmas babies in Tarkwa

Christmas Babies in Tarkwa Receive Gifts From MTN

MTN Ghana Foundation has presented hampers to 16 babies delivered on Christmas Eve and Boxing Day at two separate health facilities in the...
NPP

NPPs Primary for Ayawaso West Wuogon Slated for Saturday

The ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) would on Saturday, December 29, hold its primary in the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency, to select one of...
Kempinski Hotel shows love to PWDs and street children

Kempinski Hotel Remembers PWDs and Street Children in Accra

The Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City on Friday embarked on a Christmas and New Year ‘Festive Food Drive’ to distribute packed food to Persons...
Wpid Deported

Ethiopia Sends Over 4,000 Foreign National Packing

The Ethiopia Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) announced on Friday it has repatriated 4,168 nationals in last two weeks from Middle Eastern and African...

U.S : Home Sales Down to 0.7 Per Cent in November

U.S. pending home sales overall fell 0.7 percent in November, and the latest government shutdown will harm the housing market, the National Association of...

Property Market in the UK Unresponsive

UK property market has been lukewarm this year, with house prices rising 1.02 percent across the country, according to a latest study by property...

Bus Blast Kills Two Vietnamese Tourists in Egypt

Two Vietnamese tourists were killed Friday when a home-made bomb hit a bus carrying foreign tourists in Marioutiya area near the Giza Pyramids, Egyptian...

Merkel, Macron Appeal to Russia Over Ukrainian Sailors

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday urged Russia to release the Ukrainian sailors who were detained during the tensions...
British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street for Prime Minister's questions at the House of parliament in London, Britain, Feb. 8, 2017. The British House of Commons on Wednesday night passed the Brexit Bill which gives the British government the power to begin the formal process of Britain leaving the European Union. (Xinhua/Tim Ireland)

Clarifying ‘Backstop’ Could Propel Brexit Deal

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said on Friday that the Brexit deal can get passed by the parliament on condition that the European Union...
Christmas tree in Ghana

Lets Spread The Word ‘Kindness’ – Opuni-Frimpong

The Reverend Dr Kwabena Opuni-Frimpong, a Lecturer at the Department of Religious Studies, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, has asked Ghanaians to...
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Confederations Cup: Kotoko comes up against Cotton Sports FC

Kumasi Asante Kotoko will play Cotton Sport FC, of Cameroon in the first leg of the Confederations Cup Competition. Kotoko, would travel to Cameroon for...
Corruption

Adhering to socio-cultural values could cut down corruption’

Emeritus Professor Joseph Hanson Nketia, a renowned Music Professor, said corruption could be minimised if Ghanaians respected and practiced the country’s socio-cultural values. “Whilst our...
Boxing Bukom

Bukom Fist Of Fury Boxing League Results

The week six of the Bukom Fist of Fury Boxing League, was held on the at the Premier Beach Resort, Oshieyie in Accra, with...
Madam Alice Annum

Our sports heroes must be honoured

Madam Alice Annum, one time sprint queen of Africa, has appealed to the government of Ghana, to consider honouring personalities, who have competed for...
Mr Kwasi Delali Brempong

NDC selects candidate for by-election

Mr Kwasi Delali Brempong, Parliamentary Aspirant of the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) was on Friday elected as candidate for the Ayawaso West...
Referendum

Ghanaians receive referendum results with varied views

A cross-section of Ghanaians has expressed diverse opinions on the outcome of the just ended referendum towards the creation of six additional regions in...