Oweynagat cave is a place of both birth and death.
The Anlo Youth Council has expressed displeasure at some chiefs in the Volta Region attending the Akwasidae festival held in the Ashanti region to honour the ancestors and king of the Ashanti Kindom.
Santa goes from festive favourite to foul-mouthed yob as he apparently tries to evacuate a building after smoke alarms go off. A Santa Claus has been criticised by parents after he allegedly swore at children.
Rector of Pentecost University College, Dr Daniel O. Walker, has cited what he says are unfavourable conditions in the education sector as a threat to tertiary education in Ghana.
A Senior Lecturer at the Department of Earth Science of the University of Ghana, Dr Yvonne Sena Akosua Loh, has called for the creation of awareness about Earth Science among the general public.
Twelve entrepreneurs have graduated as the second cohort from the Ghana Climate Innovation Centre (GCIC), a business incubator that supports transformational ventures and entrepreneurs who are pioneering adaptive and mitigating solutions for climate change issues in Ghana.
The Accra Ridge Church has held a special service to induct into office two new ministers, Rt. Rev. Sampson Kwaku Gyabeng and Rev. Andrew Teye Odjawo as Methodist and Presbyterian ministers respectively.
Procurement expert, Kobina Ata-Bedu, has presented a critical analysis of the medical drone project, pointing out 18 issues he believes makes the service agreement problematic.
Jerry John Rawlings on Friday, December 14, recalled the difficult moments he went through decades ago when brought in some hybrid coconut seedlings from Nicaragua.
Former Attorney General, Dominic Ayine, has refuted a call by the Ghana Medical Association (GMA) for the medical drone deal to be suspended.
It was dark and sopping wet at the Ningxia Night Market in Taipei, Taiwan.
The Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), has indicated that almost all lands in all of its 13 institutes across the country, meant for research activities have been encroached on.
Take stories such as the husband who killed his two children, mother-in-law and nearly killed his wife.
The convener of the media coalition against illegal mining popularly called galamsey is appealing to the government to effectively implement the newly crafted policy on small-scale mining.
The President of Cargill Cocoa & Chocolate, Mr. Harold Poelma, has led a delegation to pay courtesy calls on the COCOBOD Chairman and the Minister for Food and Agriculture as part of a series of activities to mark ten years of Cargill in Ghana.
Some illegal miners have attacked members of the Inter-Ministerial task force and small-scale miners after three Chinese foreigners they were working with, had been arrested.
The struggles of a man begin at birth said Ola Rotimi in his book ‘The gods are not to blame’. Jeffery is a living example of that proverb and his success-story is one worth reading.
The fight against illegal mining is being taken to another level, very soon, illegal miners, otherwise called galamseyers should have no reason to operate illegally.
The government has announced the much-anticipated lifting of the ban on small-scale mining, setting Monday, December 17, 2018, as the official date.
A four-year-old girl has died after she was allegedly defiled by a 34-year-old man at Asuoko, a village near Asamankese in the Eastern Region.
The Deputy Minister of Works and Housing has launched the maiden edition of the City Construction & Property (CCP) Awards at the British Council, Accra on Wednesday, December 12, 2018.
A Chinese man has been making national headlines after it was revealed that he has been waiting in a bookstore in Beijing for over 50 days hoping to meet a girl he has “fallen in love with” after making eye-contact for 10 seconds.
Newspaper headlines: Friday, December 14, 2018
The Mankralo [clan head] of the Prampram Traditional Area, Nene Atsure Benta III, has been gunned down by some unknown assailants at Apollonia, in the Kpone-Katamanso Municipality of Greater Accra.
Assistant headteacher of Garrison Basic School in Takoradi was seeing off a female visitor when a vehicle jumped over an open drain and landed on the school's compound.
For over 12 years the people of Dagbon in the Northern Region have been held in bondage over a chieftaincy dispute between two families- Abudus and Andanis.
The Communications Minister Ursula Owusu-Ekuful has disclosed that government is working on a law to improve the country’s cybersecurity environment.
A Deputy Director Send Ghana is calling on government to crack the whip if it wants to win war against widespread irregularities in the implementation of the school feeding policy.
Member of Parliament for Afadzato South Constituency, Angela Alorwu Oforiwaa-Tay, has charged government to adequately resource the police to deal with crime against women.
The National Coordinator of the Ghana School Feeding Programme, Kwame Adu-Nsiah has been asked to step aside as he faces corruption investigations.
The national Chief Imam Sheikh Usmanu Nuhu Sharubutu has commended Joy News' multiple award-winning journalist Latif Iddrisu for winning the prestigious mining reporter of the year award.
In a bid to mitigate the perennial water-supply challenges on campus, the 1998 batch of Prempeh College in Kumasi has provided the school with a state-of-the-art water distribution system.
Fiesta Royale Hotel has donated various items to the Maternity unit of the Achimota Hospital as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility of supporting the health sector of the country.
A procurement expert has raised red flags over the Medical Drones Service Agreement between Ghana and US tech company, Zipline.
Child rights activist, Bright Appiah, is calling on the Ghana Education Service to sanction school heads that avail their pupils to be used for political activities.