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.
The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have won the 11th edition of the Pan African Universities Debate Championship (PAUDC) held in Dars es Salaam in Tanzania making, it the first time the tournament has been won by an institution outside the Southern African region.
Since its establishment in 1958, Israel's Agency for International Development Cooperation, MASHAV, has contributed in training over 2000 Ghanaian professionals in the fields of education, agriculture, health, and women empowerment.
As part of efforts to enhance teaching and learning of science in the country; MTN Ghana Foundation in collaboration with Dext Technology is deploying over two thousand (2,000) Science sets to pupils in deprived 14 selected Junior High Schools across the country.
Government's meeting with some executives of the GMA on the medical drones saga has been criticised as a failed face-saving move.
Northern Chile's Atacama Desert is the driest and, it's been argued, the oldest desert in the world -- characteristics that might lead travellers to believe it's an arid, windswept wasteland with little or nothing to see.
Delta Air Lines, the leading US carrier in Ghana, has sponsored the 8th Annual Company of the Year (COY) Competition for high school entrepreneurs organized by Junior Achievement (JA) Africa.
The Ghana Integrity Initiative has taken the fight against corruption to the private sector by engaging players in a Multi-Stakeholder Business Integrity and corruption in the Volta Regional Capital, Ho.
Ex-president John Kufuor says the content of the Right to Information Bill must be well scrutinised to ensure there are security safeguards for the country before passing it.
In reporting a press conference on the controversial drone health delivery service, we misreported government claim that the General Secretary of the Ghana Medical Association was consulted.
The Ghana Medical Association has denied government’s claim, it welcomed a plan to adopt drones to delivery critical medical supplies which has now become controversial.
The Roman Ridge School won the Inter Schools Chess tourney organised by the Mentors Chess Academy in partnership with the Ghana Chess Association (GCA).
The statue of Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi on University of Ghana campus has been torn down.
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First Atlantic Bank today has donated a fully equipped Mother and Baby Unit to the Talensi District Hospital in Tongo.
Over six hundred persons benefited from a free medical outreach organised by the Medical Rescue Group (MRG) on the 1st of December, 2018 at the Jinapor Stadium in Buipe
Security expert, Dr Kwesi Aning, has urged the government to tap into its vast resources and ensure that the peace process in Dagbon achieves lasting success.
The U.S. Embassy in Ghana has warned its citizens, particularly embassy personnel, against travelling to Tamale, Yendi and surrounding villages.
Newspaper headlines: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
The Ghana Standards Authority has revealed that it is pushing for a Legislative Instrument (LI) that will mandate all public building to be in line with the country’s building codes.
The Ghanaian doctor who played a lead role in reviving a lady during a near-fatal allergic reaction on a KLM flight has revealed his motivation for the life-saving action.