American experts in the environmental field have expressed their disagreement with President Donald Trump on his stance on climate change.
Once a 7.5km stretch of dust and bumps, the LEKMA road is now being constructed as materials cover and bring to and end painful stories of life along the road in that part of Accra.
Conflicting arguments have been made about marijuana as the subject of its legalisation continues.
The global chairman of Eurostar Limousine, a luxury car rental company operating in several African countries says successful people have a duty to impact the lives of others.
MTN Ghana Foundation has donated 480 pieces of dual student desks to nine basic schools in the Nanumba South District.
In the evening of Wednesday, July 24, 2019, our readers were redirected to undesirable websites.
The Ghana Federation of Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association (GHAFTRAM) is appealing to the government to set up a development fund to support the herbal Industry to make it thrive and earn foreign exchange.
In this video, a cast of four persons with disabilities contracted in a company that builds houses for predictably, fully-abled persons.
Some professional, family-oriented women based in Obuasi in the Ashanti Region, have supported the Adullam Orphanage at Bediem, a suburb of Obuasi.
General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God church, Rev. Prof. Paul Frimpong-Manso, has launched a book on the history of the church titled: ‘Fire from the North’.
The Corrosion Map will help identify how corrosive our current or proposed locations are.
I once went on a road trip to Arizona with a really close friend. It was our first time going somewhere together for more than a day, and it turned out to be the last.
An Indonesia man is on a quest to walk 500 miles across the country while facing backward to raise awareness of forest preservation.
Members of the NDC, friends, family members and sympathisers gathered in Accra, Wednesday to mark the seventh anniversary of the passing of the late former president Prof. John Atta Mills.
Wattana Panich is one of the most popular restaurants in Bangkok’s Ekkamai neighborhood, with hundreds of hungry patrons coming in to feast on its selection of delicious soups and stews every day. But the secret of the flavorsome dishes served at this Thai eatery may put a lot of Westerners off.
The Fisheries Ministry has placed a ban on fishing by industrial trawlers from August 1, to October 1, and threatened any vessel that flouts the directive with a $1-million fine.
There is heavy security presence on the UEW campus hours after ousted Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mawutor Avoke, stormed the institution’s Administrative Block announcing his reinstatement.
The Education Minister has expressed shock that the Police have not arrested persons whom he says are trespassing at the University of Education, Winneba.
Fifty-five pedestrians using the Adentan-Madina highway, were on Wednesday morning detained by the Police for their failing to abide by road traffic regulations.
Okyeman Association, a non-profit organisation based in Massachusetts, USA, has donated items worth thousands of Cedis to the Salvation Army Rehabilitation Centre at Begoro.
Deputy Minister of Education has revealed, clashes recorded in two senior high schools in the Upper East Region, resulted from absence of student leaders.
Veteran journalist, Kwesi Pratt Junior, has expressed his repulsion at suggestions that media freedom should be restricted.
The NMC says the JoyNews documentary on the presence of D-Eye group at the Christiansborg Castle in Osu, was in the public interest but cites aspects as sensational.
Three security experts commenting on the recent removal of the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), David Asante-Apeatu, from office have given a similar verdict: it was unprofessional.
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Auditions for the third edition of the Miss Agriculture Ghana have opened with a call on young ladies between the ages of 18 to 35 years to take part.
A Ghanaian student, Mr Musah Frimpong, who graduated with a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Tsinghua University, in China, has been recognised by the University.
In a time when parents around the world are becoming increasingly concerned about how much time their children are spending in front of the computer screen playing popular video games like Fortnite, one Canadian father is sparking controversy for supporting his son’s eSports career, going as far as pulling him out of school so he could dedicate more time to video games.
Martin Amidu has strung together some strongly-worded paragraphs in his latest epistle in a bid to put the NPP Communications Director in his place.
Southwest Airlines has confirmed that two planes struck each other before taking off at Nashville International Airport.
The Roads and Highways Ministry has announced the closure of the Legon-Okponglo road after a portion cave in Tuesday morning.
The Chairman of the Senior Staff Association of the UEW has sued the institution and its Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni.
Two High Schools in the Upper East Region will remain closed for at least two more weeks pending investigations into student unrest, one of which was fatal.