MP for Lower Manya constituency of the Eastern Region, has faulted PDS for the latest clash between Krobo-Odumase youth and officials of the power company.
Police have confirmed the death of another person in renewed clashes between Chokosis and Konkombas in the North East region.
Minors and the night must never mix in a society that is keen on their safety.
It has become our duty to hold accountable the people who must keep our city clean and free from disease.
Global agribusiness players are advocating a new model for the development of agriculture in Africa.
The headmistress of the Achimota Primary School, Edith Kyeremanteng, has denied reports that two pupils of the school have been kidnapped.
The Eastern Regional Police Command has beefed up security at Krobo-Odumase where police and agitating residents clashed on Wednesday.
Newspaper headlines: Thursday, May 23, 2019
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has congratulated students of the Methodist Girls High School at Mamfe, Akwapim for winning the 2019 edition of the World Robofest competition held in Michigan, United States.
Wildlife, incredible landscapes, exciting road trips, centuries-old tribes and glorious beaches..
A couple left their newborn baby in a taxi as they brought the child home from hospital for the first time.
Twellium Industry Ghana, a local none alcoholic beverage manufacturer through its charity arm Twellium Foundation has presented a cheque of ¢40,000 to the Chairman of the National Hajj Board.
A teenager has been shot dead as police battle protesters in Odumase in the Eastern region over a protracted misunderstanding over electricity bills.
The diasporic communities for many years have conceived the idea of a home away from home, just like a believer of the doctrines of Jesus Christ envisages life after life in paradise.
Accra International Book Festival hosts South African writer on ‘Catch Up!’
The Joint Peace Operation Course has a total of 100 participants from national and international militaries, middle-level directors, allied security services, governmental, non-governmental organisations and the media.
A 22-year-old ex-convict has been remanded for allegedly murdering and secretly burying his 72-year-old grandmother, Patience Hushie.
Tamale North parliamentarian, Alhassan Suhuyini, has said the Office of Special Prosecutor is becoming the butt of a joke.
A tenth prosecution witness in the Major Maxwell Mahama trial told the court on Monday the condition in which they met the body of the lynched officer.
Government has provided a total of 21 mechanised water supply systems to the Ghana Prisons Service.
A Peace Operation Course aimed at deepening awareness on the changing roles of the armed forces to foster civil-military relations is underway in Accra.
We dedicated eight years of our lives to this.
A millionaire businessman is facing jail after he admitted to having sex with a schoolgirl while flying his private jet.
Newspaper headlines: Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Ogilvy Ghana bagged six prestigious awards at the just ended SABRE Awards for the African region in Kigali, Rwanda.
The leader of a protest march to demand restoration of radio spectrums by the National Communications Authority (NCA) says he was attacked at his home hours after the protest.
Our attention has been drawn to an inaccuracy in our story of May 14, 2019, detailing the orders of the Supreme Court in the case in which the eligibility of Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu is being challenged.
Police have confirmed the death of one person following renewed clashes between Chokosis and Konkombas in the North East region.
The Western Regional minister has tasked mining companies operating in the region to redefine their community investments towards projects that will make Tarkwa and Nkroful the second and third «Johannesburgs» in Africa.
At least, one person has been confirmed dead following Monday’s heavy downpour in Kumasi.
President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Tuesday visited Dredge Masters in Accra to ascertain the progress of a project to dredge the Odaw River.
Residents in the Ashanti Region capital were hit by yet another incident of floods, following a downpour Monday evening just as they were winding up for the day
Staff of Radio Gold and Radio XYZ, as well as some civil society groups, charged through the streets of Accra Tuesday.
Newspaper headlines: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
The National Peace Council is asking the government to extend training on identifying early warning signs on terrorism to the citizenry.