GA EAST :
Christians urged to have absolute faith in God
Sunday, January 01 2012

The Head Pastor for the Trantra Hill Assemblies of God church Reverend Mark Obeng has urged Christians to have absolute faith in God as it is the only medium through which they can experience the blessings of God.

ABURA :
Residents urged to be morally disciplined
Sunday, January 01 2012

Residents of Abura Asebu Kwamankese District in the Central region have been urged  to adapt a decent lifestyle in order to ensure discipline among the youth in the area.

OBUASI :
New Nsuta Zongo residents appeal to assembly
Sunday, January 01 2012

Residents of New Nsuta Zongo in the Obuasi Municipality  of the Ashanti Region have called on the Assembly to as a matter of urgency renovate the only public toilet serving the entire community.

SEKYERE E:
Bonso lacks place of convenience
Sunday, January 01 2012

Some basic facilities such as access to potable water and place of convenience are necessary to make life comfortable for individuals, vital as these facilities are; the people of Bonso in the Ahwerewa Electoral Area of the Sekyere East District have no toilets to serve the people in the area.

KMA:
MCE pledges to strengthen relations with chiefs
Monday, January 02 2012

The Kumasi Metropolitan Chief Executive (MCE), Mr Samuel Sarpong, has expressed the determination of the Assembly to deepen its collaboration with the Kumasi Traditional Council to bring development to the people.

MPOHOR WASSA E:
W/R to experience unprecedented water supply
Monday, January 02 2012

Water shortage problems will be a thing of the past in the Western Region as the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) announces plans to improve the water service delivery in the area.

TEMA:
Ofosu Ampofo presents mobile phones to Tema police
Monday, January 02 2012

Mr. Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, Minister for Local Government and Rural Development has presented 26 Mobile Phones to the Tema Regional Police Command to improve their service delivery.

SOCIAL:
Prez assures Ghanaians of massive infrastructural development
Monday, January 02 2012

President John E. A. Mills has assured Ghanaians that the 3 Billion Loan facility acquired from China recently would be used for massive infrastructural development across the country.

NKORANZA S:
District Education Director lauds local headmasters
Monday, January 02 2012

Madam Philippa Banson, Nkoranza South District Director of Education, has commended school heads in the District for their hard work and efforts at managing their various schools.

AMA:
Govt presents vehicles to School Feeding Programme
Monday, January 02 2012

Government has released twelve pick-ups and five station wagons all valued at GH¢1. 3 million to Regional Coordinators of the Ghana School Feeding Programme and the National Secretariat.

CAPE COAST:
five towns to be connected to electricity
Monday, January 02 2012

Plans are far advanced for about five towns in the Cape Coast Metropolis to be connected to the national power grid in the country, the Metropolitan Chief Executive, Anthony Egyir Arkins has disclosed.

LOWER MANYA:
Nectar home orphanage needs help
Monday, January 02 2012

Nectar home orphanage, one of the orphanage homes in the Lower Manya Krobo District of the Eastern Region needs help from corporate organizations to secure a parcel of land in order to accommodate all the kids in the home.

S. TONGU:
Chilli pepper production gains ground
Tuesday, January 03 2012

Commercial production of chilli pepper in the South Tongu District is gaining ground as a result of capital injection by the Afro Asian Rural Development Organisation (AARDO).

HEALTH:
Ministry of Health to bridge equity gap in 2012
Tuesday, January 03 2012

The Ministry of Health (MOH) would this year bridge the equity gap between rural hardship and the urban areas in accessing health care.

NEW JUABEN:
Graduates to undergo internship at assemblies
Tuesday, January 03 2012

With effect from this year, the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies would engage professional graduates under an internship programme to understudy the local government system.

ENERGY:
Work to commence on phase II of Asogli Plant
Tuesday, January 03 2012

Barring any hitches, the 360-million dollar second phase Sunon Asogli Power Plant Project would come on stream this year, Managing Director of Sunon Asogli Power Ghana Limited , Mr Zhang Haicheng, has said.

BIRIM S:
Birim south roads for improvement
Tuesday, January 03 2012

A number of roads in the Birim South District in the Eastern Region are to be rehabilitated to improve transportation of goods and services in the district.

POLITICS:
NDC Chairman calls for united front
Tuesday, January 03 2012

Mr Kwabena Ade Coker, Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Party (NDC) has appeal to the rank and file of the party to eschew factors that pose a threat to unity and cohesion.

NKORANZA S :
Assembly to deliver more projects in 2012
Tuesday, January 03 2012

The Nkoranza South Municipal Assembly  would undertake development projects  in  education, health, agriculture, water and sanitation, and supply electricity to some communities this year.

ASIKUMA:
DCE calls for peaceful 2012 election
Tuesday, January 03 2012

The Chief Executive for Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa District in the Central Region, Georgina Nkrumah Aboah has called for concerted efforts to ensure a peaceful election come December 7, this year.

AJUMAKO:
Assembly registers more youth under LESDEP
Tuesday, January 03 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam District, Peter Light Koomson has observed that very soon local unemployment will be reduced in the area because of the huge patronage of the Local Enterprise and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP).

EJURA:
Sekyeredumase-Anyinasin road to be completed soon
Tuesday, January 03 2012

Residents of Ejura Sekyeredumase in the Ashanti Region will soon heave a heavy sigh of relief as the District Assembly has commenced in earnest the construction of the main road linking Sekyeredumase and Anyinasin, both communities within the district.

ADENTAN:
Assembly gets new basketball court
Tuesday, January 03 2012

In the quest to improve sporting activities in the area, the National Lotteries Authority (NLA) has handed over an ultra modern basketball court to authorities of the Adentan Municipality.

KASSENA E:
Gov’t eager to meet educ. needs of Ghanaians
Tuesday, January 03 2012

The Upper East Regional Minister, Mark Woyongo has observed that Government has upgraded the Kassena-Nankana East District into a Municipality in order to facilitate the development of the area.

TARKWA:
NDC Supporters urged to work hard for victory in 2012
Tuesday, January 03 2012

Mrs Christina Cobbinah, Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Tarkwa Nsueam assembly, has advised supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party to work hard to ensure victory in the 2012 election.

KWAHU W:
Residents urged to assist in combating crime
Wednesday, January 04 2012

Residents in the Kwahu West Municipality in the Eastern Region have been urged to play an active role in maintaining the peaceful atmosphere that the municipality is currently enjoying.

KASSENA N.W.:
Gov’t will not merge two Kassena districts-Abuga Pele
Wednesday, January 04 2012

Mr Abuga Pele, National Coordinator of National Youth Employment Programme (NYEP), has refuted allegations that government is planning to collapse Kassena Nankana West District Assembly and merge it with Kassena Nankana East District.

ASUTIFI:
Newmont investigates cause of dead fishes in Storage Facility
Wednesday, January 04 2012

Newmont Ghana announced on Tuesday that it is studying the underlining factors that led to the discovery of dead fishes at its Ahafo Mine fresh Water Storage Facility (WSF).

DORMAA:
Traditional Council establishes fund for industry creation
Wednesday, January 04 2012

Osagyefo Oseadeeyo Agyeman Badu II, president of the Dormaa Traditional Council has said the council would raise GHs300,000  during the Easter period for the establishment of  local industries in the area.

BOLGA:
MCE calls for regulation of land sales
Wednesday, January 04 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive for the Bolgatanga Municipal Assembly, Edward Ayiriba Ayagle has called on Assembly members and the Traditional authorities in the area to endeavour to sensitize the people on the need to preserve lands for the future generations.

TEMA:
Ofosu-Ampofo commends Zoomlion
Wednesday, January 04 2012

The Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo has commended Zoomlion Ghana Limited, a waste management giant, for complementing the efforts of the government to rid the country of filth.

AJUMAKO:
600 students benefit from school feeding
Wednesday, January 04 2012

In a bid to improve education in the Country, over 600 students within the Kwayarko, Esikado and Abeadze Electoral Area in the Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam District in the Central Region have been added onto the Ghana School Feeding Programme GSFP.

KETU S:
Assembly members receive motorbikes
Wednesday, January 04 2012

Assembly Members in the Ketu South District in the Volta Region have been advised to do some personal assessment of their contributions to their electorates and the district as a whole to find out if they really deserve the motorbikes that have been distributed to them.

PRESTEA:
New foot bridge for Lion Electoral area
Wednesday, January 04 2012

The foot bridge linking Lion Street electoral area and Atobrekrom in the Prestea-Huni Valley district of the Western region has finally been constructed to give commuters some respite the assembly woman for the area has disclosed.

E. JUABEN:
Assembly to build modern lorry terminal
Wednesday, January 04 2012

The Ejisu-Juaben Municipal Assembly is to construct a modern lorry terminal at Manhyia, about three kilometres from the municipal capital, Ejisu.

BUILSA:
Wiaga Central appeals for potable drinking water.
Wednesday, January 04 2012

Residents of Wiaga Central Electoral area in the Builsa District are appealing to government to as a matter of urgency; come to their aid by providing the area with potable water.

AHANTA W:
Assembly to ban children from attending funerals
Wednesday, January 04 2012

As part of initiatives to improve the level of education in the area, the Ahanta West District in the Western Region will soon establish some bye-laws to ban school children from attending funerals and parties .

BIRIM C:
Mahalie crowned Miss Kotoku
Wednesday, January 04 2012

The Akyem Oda Township went into state of ecstasy when Mahalie Bamford, an 18-year old student from the Winneba Senior High School in the Central region was crowned winner of Miss Kotoku.

BONGO:
Assembly constructs 6 health quarters
Thursday, January 05 2012

In the quest to promote accessibility to primary health care for residents of Bongo and its surrounding environs, the Bongo District Assembly has constructed six quarters for Community Based and Health Planning Services (CHPS) centres in the area.

GA EAST:
Kwabenya/Pokuase Bridge project near completion
Wednesday, January 04 2012

The construction of the culvert bridge linking Kwabenya and Pokuase, near the Grace Fuel filling station part of the road which was destroyed recently during the massive torrential rains in parts of the country, is near completion, the foreman in charge of the project Mr. Edward Bekoe has disclosed.

EFFUTU:
Assembly to secure comprehensive waste mgt. programme
Thursday, January 05 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive for the Effutu Municipal Assembly, Nii Ephraim has stressed the need for the Assembly to adopt a comprehensive waste management programme in a bid to promote good sanitation in the area.

ASUOGYAMAN:
Pupuni/Tortibo lament over poor roads
Thursday, January 05 2012

The needs and aspirations of Pupuni/Tortibo Communities in the Asuogyaman District in the Eastern Region are enormous but what worries them most is the poor nature of their road networks.

GOMOA W:
’Have confidence in government’ – DCE
Thursday, January 05 2012

The Gomoa West District Chief Executive (DCE), Mr Theophilus Aidoo-Mensah has called on Ghanaians to have confidence in the government to transform the nation to an appreciable level. 

AGONA W.:
Edukrom residents call for electricity
Thursday, January 05 2012

Residents of Edukrom Electoral Area within the Agona West Municipality in the Central Region have appealed to government to speed up its intentions to connect the community onto the national grid.

KINTAMPO:
Assembly engages stakeholders in peace building
Thursday, January 05 2012

The Kintampo District Assembly is taking measures ahead of the lean season to curtail confrontations that may arise between farmers in the district and Fulani herdsmen who will take their animals for grazing during the season.

SOCIAL:
MTTU advises drivers against paying bribes
Thursday, January 05 2012

Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Alexander Obeng, of the Motor Traffic and Transport Unit (MTTU) has urged drivers to refrain from offering money to police personnel when they are arrested for infringing on motor and traffic regulations.

YENDI:
MCE calls for peace in Municipality
Thursday, January 05 2012

The Yendi Municipal Chief Executive, Mr. Issah Zakaria has called for peace in the municipality to facilitate development, adding that nothing meaningful can take place in the area without stability.

SEKYERE C:
NALAG President urges assemblies to prioritize gender issues
Thursday, January 05 2012

The NALAG President and the Chief Executive of the Sekyere Central District in Ashanti Region Ebenezer Akuoko-Frimpong has called on all MMDCE’s to make gender issues a priority as it plays a key role in societal development.

MAMPONG:
Enrolment doubles as schools receive 7000 free uniforms
Thursday, January 05 2012

As part of government’s effort to enhance school enrolment at the basic level the Mampong District Assembly has distributed over 7000 free school uniforms to pupils in the district.

LAMBUSSIE:
Paramount Chief pleads for rehabilitation of dams
Thursday, January 05 2012

Kuoru Alhaji Iddrisu Bamie Yesseh III, Paramount Chief of Lambussie, has asked government to come to the aid of his people and rehabilitate the dams in the area to promote agriculture.

DANGME E:
Assembly members get new motorbikes
Thursday, January 05 2012

The Chief Executive for the Dangme East District Assembly, Rex Daniel Wusah has presented 59 brand new motorbikes to the assembly members of the area.

CAPE COAST:
Three communities to get electricity
Thursday, January 05 2012

In effort to fulfill the "Better Ghana" agenda, three communities within the Cape Coast Metropolitan  Assembly will soon be connected onto the national grid to enhance economic activities in the area.

AHANTA W:
GREL constructs new community centre for assembly
Thursday, January 05 2012

The Ghana Rubber Estate Limited (GREL), has inaugurated a new community centre at Mpatase area in the Ahanta West District of the Western Region.

BAWKU:
Gov’t still committed to wellbeing of Ghanaians- MCE
Thursday, January 05 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive for the Bawku Municipal Assembly in the Upper East Region, Musah Abdulai has affirmed government’s commitment to enhance the welfare of Ghanaians.

KRACHI E.:
District Hospital in the offing
Friday, January 06 2012

The Krachi East District Assembly has among other things the construction of a District Hospital as one of the major targets for this year.

KWAHU W.:
A number of clinics to be upgraded-MCE
Friday, January 06 2012

A number of clinics in the Kwahu West Municipality in the Eastern Region would see some improvement this year to prepare them more adequately to handle more cases.

KWAHU W.:
MCE hands over taxi rank to drivers
Tuesday, January 10 2012

The old lorry station at Nkawkaw which has been renovated and converted into a taxi rank has officially been handed over to the drivers for use.

AWUTU S:
13 communities to be connected to national grid
Saturday, January 07 2012

In a bid to ensure development in every part of the country especially in most deprived areas,the government is to connect 13 communities within the  Awutu Senya District to the national grid.
 

AJUMAKO:
400 benefit from free registration under NHIS
Saturday, January 07 2012

At least 400 household members have been registered free of charge under the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) in the Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam district in the Central Region.

KEEA:
Experts commence investigation on Elmina exploration site
Saturday, January 07 2012

A team of experts from the Geological Survey Department (GSD) has commenced investigations at the shores of the Elmina beach to ascertain the viability of the gold discovered in the area.

MFANTSEMAN:
Girls Sch gets fair share of dev’t Project
Saturday, January 07 2012

The Mfantseman Girls Senior High School in the Central Region has received its fair share of the Better Ghana Agenda.

TWIFO:
Jukwa Model JHS gets free uniforms
Saturday, January 07 2012

As part of efforts to enhance quality education in the country, Model Junior High School in the Jukwa East Electoral Area in the Twifo- Heman- Lower- Denkyira  District of the Central Region has taken delivery of about 200 school uniforms to be shared among school pupils.

YILO:
PM assures assembly members over motorbikes
Saturday, January 07 2012

The Presiding Member of the Yilo Krobo District, Rita Akosua Awatey has appealed to her colleague assembly members to exercise restraint as the company contracted to assemble their motorbikes complete work on them.

AKATSI:
DCE advises developers to obtain permits
Tuesday, January 10 2012

District Chief Executive for the Akatsi District, Peter Kwasi Nortsu-Kotoe has called on infrastructure developers in the district to seek approval by obtaining the relevant permits before going on with their projects.

NADOWLI:
Vodafone/HYO rolls out project on sanitation
Tuesday, January 10 2012

In order to rid the Nadowli District and the surrounding environs of filth, the Vodafone Ghana is partnering Honesty Youth Organisation (HYO) to undertake a sanitation project in Kaleo.

AWUTU S.:
Bontrase gets new classroom block
Tuesday, January 10 2012

The Millennium Development Authority (MiDA), in its bid to assist government in infrastructural developments in the country has put up a 6 unit classroom block at Bontrase in the Awutu Senya District of the Central Region.

TALENSI N:
DCE expresses confidence in rate of dev’t
Tuesday, January 10 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Talensi Nabdam District Assembly, Vivian Anafo has said that her area is not lagging behind in development.

MFANTSEMAN:
Ebiram residents call for new health center
Tuesday, January 10 2012

Residents of Ebiram Electoral Area in the Mfansteman Municipal Assembly in the Central Region have appealed to government to provide the community with a new health center to boost health conditions in the area.

GA S :
Netherlands Minister tours Weija
Tuesday, January 10 2012

The Minister of International Cooperation for the Kingdom of Netherlands, Ben Knapen has today toured problem areas in the Ga South Municipality.

TECHIMAN:
Assembly exceeds development targets for 2011
Tuesday, January 10 2012

Though the first term of the Mills led administration is almost ended the Techiman District Assembly continues to strive for excellence in the provision of social and educational infrastructure.

CAPE C :
LEAP Fund support 52 people in CCMA
Tuesday, January 10 2012

The Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) Fund, in collaboration with the British Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) in the third quarter of 2011 disbursed an amount of GH¢ 42,990 to 52 beneficiaries in the Cape Coast Metropolis. 

AGONA E:
Assembly distributes 30 motorbikes
Tuesday, January 10 2012

Members of the Agona East District Assembly in the Eastern Region have taken delivery of 30 motorbikes to facilitate work in their respective electoral areas.

BIRIM N:
DCE denies inciting youth against MP
Tuesday, January 10 2012

The District Chief Executive for  Birim North,  Mavis Ama Frimpong has described as unfounded allegations  by the Member of Parliament for Abirem Esther Obeng Dapaah accusing her of instigating the youth against her.

GA S:
G/R Minister commends pambros salt industry
Tuesday, January 10 2012

The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Nii Armah Ashietey has commended Prambros Salt Limited, one of the largest salt producers in Ghana, for  its immense contribution to the mining sector despite the numerous challenges they face.

AGONA E:
1,800 youth engaged in agriculture
Wednesday, January 11 2012

In order to encourage more youth in Agriculture, about 1,800 youth in the Agona East District are actively engaged in  various sectors of agricultural production to ensure bumper harvest this and subsequent years.

AKYEMANSA:
“One graduate per family” project takes off soon
Wednesday, January 11 2012

Districts Assemblies have taken cue from results of last Basic Education Certificate Examination BECE and are implementing a number of interventions to improve educational standards in their respective districts.

BONGO:
Assembly revitalizes guinea fowl farming
Wednesday, January 11 2012

The Bongo District Assembly is hugely supporting the development of guinea fowl farms, as the Assembly has currently secured more incubators for farmers to aid the hatching of eggs.

SISSALA W:
Kwala appeals for more boreholes
Wednesday, January 11 2012

Four environs in the Kwala Electoral Area in the Sissala West District are facing severe challenge with potable water for use in their homes.

CRIME:
BNI indicts DSP Tehoda, DSP Adzei-Tuadzra in mysterious cocaine saga
Wednesday, January 11 2012

The Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) has recommended that the Deputy Head of the Commercial Crimes Unit, DSP (Mrs.) Gifty Mawunyegah Tehoda, and the Head of the Narcotics Unit of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, DSP Kofi Adzei-Tuadzra, should be held responsible for their respective roles in the transformation of the cocaine exhibit which turned out to be sodium carbonate during a recent cocaine trial in Accra.

GOMOA E:
Mangoase new toilet facility near completion
Wednesday, January 11 2012

Government, in its effort to ensure proper sanitation is constructing an ultra modern 10 seater Water Closet toilet facility in the Mangoase Electoral Area in the Gomoa East District of the Central Region.

AMA:
Trailer crushes mini bus
Wednesday, January 11 2012

Hundreds thronged the Ayrton drug area near North Kaneshie in the Greater Accra Region during early hours of today, Wednesday,  January 11, 2012, to catch a glimpse of a fatal accident involving a Nissan Urvan bus "Trotro" with registration number GT 7915 Q and a 40-ft cargo truck.

AMA:
Accra sees over 41 road improvements within 3 years
Wednesday, January 11 2012

The seemingly aggressive road infrastructure development across the country within the last 3 years of the Mills led administration has seen the Accra Metropolis alone benefiting from 41 road improvement projects.

ADANSI N:
1,600 free uniforms for pupils
Wednesday, January 11 2012

In line with the President’s vision to enhance access and quality of education across the country the Adansi North District Assembly has taken delivery of 1,600 school uniforms for onward distribution to pupils in the district.

OFFINSO S:
Assembly to hold policy fair
Wednesday, January 11 2012

The Offinso South Municipal Assembly will soon organize a policy fair to exhibit and explain new policies and programs the assembly is initiating to resolve the challenges confronting the district to residents and people of the area.

KETA:
Security to be strengthened
Thursday, January 12 2012

The Keta Municipal Security Council is to adopt measures to strengthen security in the municipality to build on the relative peace the municipality has enjoyed over the past years.

BIRIM N:
40 receive training under LESDEP
Thursday, January 12 2012

First batch of forty people registered under the Local Enterprise and Skills Development Programme, LESDEP in the Birim North District in the Eastern Region have completed training and awaiting graduation.

WA EAST:
Youth expresses concern over neglect of Funsi roads
Thursday, January 12 2012

Some irate youth group, identified as Old Students of the Funsi Junior High School (OSAF) in the Wa East District have announced their displeasure over the neglect of the Funsi Town Roads.

GA W:
27 basic schools get new furniture
Thursday, January 12 2012

In a bid to halt the shift system in the area, the Ga West Municipal Assembly has handed over almost 5000 furniture to the Education Directorate of the Municipality to be distributed to about 27 deprived basic schools.

GA S:
Netherlands to assist Ghana’s sanitation programme
Thursday, January 12 2012

The Government of Ghana is to receive a sum of 20 Million Euros from the Kingdom of Netherlands to reduce Water and Sanitation problems in the country.

TAMALE:
Health directorate appeals for support
Thursday, January 12 2012

The Northern Regional Director of the Ghana Health Services, Dr Akwasi Twumasi, has appealed to the Swiss Red Cross to assist them attract ophthalmologists to the region and also help provide infrastructure for the health sector in the region.

BOLE:
DCE commended for support on HIV/AIDS
Thursday, January 12 2012

The Deputy Co-ordinating Director of the Bole District Assembly in the Northern Region, Chimsi Musah has lauded the efforts of the District Chief Executive for the area, Alhaji Seidu Samson Abudu for his immense support to People Living with HIV/AIDS.

GA E:
Proposed business city razed down
Thursday, January 12 2012

The issue with landownership especially within the cities in Ghana continues to be a major challenge to development.

ATEBUBU:
Workshop on borehole maintenance underway
Thursday, January 12 2012

The Atebubu District Assembly is currently organizing a capacity building workshop for community volunteers from the various communities in the area to enable them under take minor maintenance works on the numerous boreholes being constructed in their respective communities.

W. GONJA:
Replace schools under trees - Assembly woman
Thursday, January 12 2012

The Assembly Member for Kumbo Electoral area in the West Gonja District is calling on the government to improve the quality of education in the electoral area by replacing schools under trees with better structures.

L. M KROBO:
41 presented with start up kits
Friday, January 13 2012

Forty-one graduate apprentices under the Rural Enterprises Project (REP) in the Lower Manya Krobo District in the Eastern Region have received start up kits in their various fields of skills acquisition.

KPANDAI:
Zongo electoral area appeals for electricity
Thursday, January 12 2012

The Assembly Member for Zongo Electoral area in the Kpandai District is appealing to the District Assembly to connect his electoral area to the national grid.

AFIGYA- KWABRE:
Adwiritia Community to receive new SHS
Thursday, January 12 2012

Residents of Adwiritia in the Afigya Kwabre District of the Ashanti Region will soon experience a new breeze in their educational setting as the District Assembly finalizes preparations to construct a new Senior High School in the community.

WA W:
Assembly pumps more into education
Friday, January 13 2012

In pursuit of the “Better Ghana” agenda, education is largely receiving attention in the Wa West District to consolidate the foundation of development in the area.

GA W:
Residents bemoan state of roads
Friday, January 13 2012

The Yellow house-Seven Days road in the Tantra Hill Electoral Area is in a terrible state creating immense discomfort for residents and commuters that ply the road.

KRACHI E:
Major feeder roads improved
Friday, January 13 2012

Work has commenced on feeder roads in some selected communities in the Krachi East District in the Volta Region to open the communities for economic activities.

TAMALE:
6-unit classroom block for Vittin Electoral Area
Friday, January 13 2012

As a measure to improve the quality of education in the Tamale Metropolis and the country as a whole, a six unit classroom block has been constructed at Vittin Electoral Area to ensure suitable environment for learning.

EDUCATION:
Work to start on 2 new public universities soon
Friday, January 13 2012

President John Atta Mills on Thursday received the report of the Planning and Implementation Committee of the two proposed public universities in the Brong Ahafo and Volta regions, and said the recommendations would be implemented without any delay.

BUILSA:
Water shortages soon to be addressed
Friday, January 13 2012

Communities in the Builsa District will soon be relieved of the problem of accessing potable water, when the Japanese Embassy finally approves of the funding of the Chuchuliga Water Project in the area.

GA E:
Five busted over proposed business city
Friday, January 13 2012

Five men were arrested by the police in an operation at a site purported to be a business city centre near the Atomic Junction in the Ga East Municipality in the Greater Accra region.

SHAMA:
60 people graduates under LESDEP
Friday, January 13 2012

About sixty persons in the Shama District in the Western Region have graduated after a three month intensive training programme through some modules of the Local Enterprises and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP).

KEEA:
New classroom block for Dompoase
Friday, January 13 2012

Under the programme to phase out school under trees, students in Dompoase/Kokwaado in the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem (KEEA) District in the Central Region are to benefit from a new six-unit classroom block to boost education in the area.

BOLE:
Bole gets more street lights
Saturday, January 14 2012

The Bole District Assembly has installed streetlights in most of its electoral areas. 

MFANTSEMAN:
Srafa to get new school block
Saturday, January 14 2012

Plans are far advanced for the construction of a new 6-unit classroom block to boost education in the Srafa Electoral Area in the Mfantseman Municipality in the Central Region.

AJUMAKO:
Ampia- Ajumako gets new classroom block
Sunday, January 15 2012

In an effort to ensure quality education in the country, government is
constructing a 3-unit classroom block in the Ampia-Ajumako Electoral Area in the Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam District of the Central Region.

CAPE COAST:
University road near completion
Saturday, January 14 2012

The government of Ghana in collaboration with the Spanish Government is constructing the University Junction – Kwaprow and Kwaprow - Ankaful roads in the Cape Coast Municipality of the Central Region.

W. GONJA:
Busuna to get boreholes
Saturday, January 14 2012

As a measure to solve water challenges in the West Gonja District, the Pentecost Missionary has supported Busunu Electoral Area with boreholes to help residents access potable water.

NADOWLI:
Three roads to be constructed
Saturday, January 14 2012

The Nadowli District Assembly is still keeping pace with development issues, as three roads in the area have been earmarked to open the bid for execution this year.

GOMOA EAST:
Akropong to be connected to national grid
Sunday, January 15 2012

Akropong Electoral Area in the Gomoa East District of the Central Region is to be connected to the national grid.

BOLE:
District Health infrastructure Improved
Sunday, January 15 2012

Bole District Assembly has provided new clinic wards to the existing ones at the various health centres in the district to reduce the pressure on health facilities in the area.

WEST GONJA:
Farmers form Co-operative groups
Sunday, January 15 2012

Thirty co-operative groups have been formed in West Gonja in the Northern Region to enhance the quality of farmers and farming systems in the District

SOCIAL :
Gov’t releases funds for sch. feeding
Sunday, January 15 2012

An amount of over GH¢25 million Cedis has been disbursed for the payment of caterers engaged in the School Feeding Programme (GSFP) at all beneficiary districts that have duly submitted their returns to the National School Feeding Programme secretariat.

KOSOVO IS SERBIA
Monday, January 16 2012
S. TONGU:
Place of convenience for Sokakope market
Monday, January 16 2012

The South Tongu District Assembly has approved to make funds available for the construction of public latrine complex at the Sogakope Market.

BIRIM N:
Vocational school in the offing
Monday, January 16 2012

A vocational school is in the offing in the Birim North District to provide the opportunity for artisans to be trained.

WENCHI:
Wenchi gets Disabled centre
Monday, January 16 2012

A craft training centre christened “Young City”, has been established at Wenchi in the Brong-Ahafo Region  to assist persons with disabilities to learn vocations.

AMA:
Lavender Hill to be eliminated by June
Monday, January 16 2012

As part of efforts to improve sanitary conditions in the Accra Metropolis, the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) Mayor, Dr. Alfred Okoe Vanderpuiye has vowed to close down lavender hill, a place where untreated liquid waste is dumped directly into the Korle Gonno Beach.

SEKYERE A. PLAINS:
New school for Bahankra community
Monday, January 16 2012

For the first in the history of Bahankra, a community in the Sekyere Afram Plains District of the Ashanti Region a  school has been established and is currently providing education to over 300 pupils in the community.

SEKYERE E:
Assembly to complete all dev’t projects by Dec 2012
Monday, January 16 2012

The District Chief Executive for Sekyere East Solomon Adjei Mensah has indicated his administration’s commitment to complete all ongoing developmental projects in the area by the end of the year.

LAWRA:
JICA/Assembly to construct 8 CHPS centres
Monday, January 16 2012

At least 8 Community Based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) centre are to be constructed through a Japan International Co-operation Agency (JICA) support in the Lawra District in the Upper West Region. 

NADOWLI:
Assembly to boost Agric
Monday, January 16 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Nadowli District Assembly in the Upper West Region, Abu Kasangabata, has stressed the need to commit more resources in developing the agric sector of the district.

BOLGA:
Woyongo ask for more concerns on teachers issues
Monday, January 16 2012

The Upper East Regional Minister, Mark Woyongo has reiterated that teachers are crucial agents of change in society, hence they should be held in high esteem.

KADJEBI:
DCE tour schools, distribute uniforms
Monday, January 16 2012

The Kadjebi District Chief Executive Hon. Seth Alifui, on Monday toured basic schools in the district and distributed about 900 uniforms to class one pupils.

TWIFO:
Bukuruso to get new classroom.
Tuesday, January 17 2012

Government’s policy to ensure quality education in every part of the country is seeing the light of day, as Bukuruso Electoral Area in the Twifo-Hemang- Lower Denkyira District of the Central Region has benefited from a 6-unit classroom block.

HEALTH:
Upper East Directorate of GHS receives Mosquito nets
Wednesday, January 18 2012

The Upper East Regional Directorate of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) on Friday received 500 treated mosquito bed nets to be distributed to pregnant women and children under 5 years.

GA S:
Kofi Kwei residents want completed health facility handed over
Tuesday, January 17 2012

The Assembly man for the Kofi Kwei Electoral Area in the Ga South Municipality, Jackson Addo wants the newly constructed Community-Based Health Planning Services (CHPS) to be put to use as a matter of urgency.

BIBIANI:
100 youth receive LESDEP training
Tuesday, January 17 2012

About a hundred (100) youth in the Bibiani- Anhwiaso-Bekwai District of the Western Region have graduated from the Local Enterprises and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) after pursuing various modules of the programme in the area.

AMA:
Stop taking bribes, AMA Boss caution health inspectors
Tuesday, January 17 2012

Dr. Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije, the Mayor of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly, has cautioned all Metropolitan, Municipal and District public health inspectors to stop taking bribes from landlords who flout bye-laws of the MMDAs.

GUSHEGU:
23 Classroom blocks for Gushegu schools
Tuesday, January 17 2012

As a measure to improve upon the quality of education in the Gushegu District and the country as a whole, a total of 23 classroom blocks have been built in various schools in the District to solve the challenge of schools under trees.

BOLGA:
572 youth benefit from LESDEP
Tuesday, January 17 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive for the Bolgatanga Municipal Assembly, Edward Ayiriba Ayagle has stressed the need for the local folks to take advantage of government’s numerous social and economic interventions like the Local Entreprises and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) to better their lots.

TALENSI:
Philanthropist moves to support education
Wednesday, January 18 2012

A Development and Training officer of the ARB Apex Bank Ltd, Mr. Yen Sapark has expressed happiness on the ongoing development projects in the Talensi-Nabdam District.

ASIKUMA:
Assembly to improve education
Wednesday, January 18 2012

The Asikuma/Odoben/Brakwa District in the Central Region in its bid to improve on the quality of teaching and learning will this Friday 20th January 2012 award contract for the construction of new classroom blocks to boost education in the area

LAWRA:
Assembly makes strides in education
Wednesday, January 18 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Lawra District Assembly, Sampson Abu has said that the social interventions in the educational sector has provided relief to parents and pupils, and to a large extent helped to improve the quality of teaching and learning in the area.

GA WEST:
Deprived school gets 6-unit classroom block
Wednesday, January 18 2012

School authorities of the Kpobikope M/A basic School, a deprived school in the Amasaman area of the Ga West Municipality, have received keys to a new six-unit classroom block, bringing relief to the people.

LEKMA:
M/A sch to get ICT, library complex
Wednesday, January 18 2012

The Member of Parliament for the Ledzokuku-Krowor Constituency, Nii Nortey Duah realizing the need for improved standard of education in the country, has cut sod for the construction of a modern ICT and a library complex for the LEKMA Cluster of schools.

TAIN:
New Health College Commissioned
Wednesday, January 18 2012

The Tain District Assembly continues to make strides at improving the quality of health care in the area as the latest move in this direction is the commissioning of an ultra modern health assistant  training college at Seikwa a community in the district.

JAMAN S:
Eight Communities to enjoy electricity
Wednesday, January 18 2012

The Jaman South District Assembly has openly demonstrated its commitment to ensure that all communities in the area are connected with electricity as it takes delivery of eight new transformers for power supply in some eight communities in the district.

BOSOME FREHO:
New school commissioned for Somdadieso
Wednesday, January 18 2012

In order to fully implement the President’s directive to all assemblies in the country to improve access to quality education for all Ghanaians irrespective of your location or political orientation the Bosome Freho District Assembly continues to build new school structures to replace those under trees.

AMA:
Asamoah Gyan donates to Ridge, Mamprobi, Korle-Bu hospital
Wednesday, January 18 2012

Asamoah Gyan, one of Ghana’s ace players has donated medical equipment worth $20,000 to the Ridge, Mamprobi and Korle-Bu hospitals in the country.

AGONA E:
Brigadier Nunu Mensah supports education.
Wednesday, January 18 2012

The National Security Adviser, Brigadier General Nunu Mensah has supported students of the Nsabah Islamic Primary and Junior High School in the Gomoa East District by constructing an ultra modern 6 unit classroom block with an Information Communication Technology center (ICT) attached.  

BEREKUM:
9 perish in fatal accident
Wednesday, January 25 2012

At least nine (9) people are said to have perished in a fatal motor accident which occurred Tuesday afternoon on the Sunyani-Berekum road.

BOLGA:
New task force team to improve revenue mobilzation
Wednesday, January 25 2012

In a bid to improve on its revenue generation in the area, the Bolgatanga Municipal Assembly has instituted a task force to augment the efforts of revenue collectors in revenue mobilization.

ABURA:
Assembly to team up with Zoom-lion to clear filth.
Thursday, January 19 2012

In a move to improve the sanitation conditions in the Abura- Asebu- Kwamankese District, the District Chief Executive of the area Hon. William Ata Mends has disclosed that his outfit has put in place adquate measures to assist Zoom-Lion Ghana clear filth in the District.

NADOWLI:
Assembly to push economic empowerment of people
Thursday, January 19 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Nadowli District Assembly, Abu Kasangabata has stated that the Assembly would this year focus more on the economic empowerment of people to reduce poverty in the area.

NKWANTA S:
Rehabilitation of town hall near completion
Thursday, January 19 2012

Social activities will soon receive a boost in the Nkwanta South District of the Volta Region as the rehabilitation of the town hall for the chiefs and people of the area nears completion.

AJUMAKO:
Gov’t to spend GHC 5301.9 million on two major roads.
Thursday, January 19 2012

Two major roads within the Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam (AEE) District of the Central Region are to be tarred to improve transportation in the  areas.

AOWIN/SUAMAN:
47 LESDEP Trainees graduated
Thursday, January 19 2012

The Aowin-Suaman district assembly in collaboration with Local Enterprises and Skills Development  Programme (LESDEP) has graduated 47 trainee artisans in the district.

NKORANZA S:
Model hospital in the Offing
Thursday, January 19 2012

The Nkoranza South District Assembly has initiated moves to construct a model hospital at Nkoranza to adequately cater for the health concerns of the growing number of people in the area.

NKORANZA N:
Busia-Bomin-Fiema road to be constructed
Thursday, January 19 2012

Residents of Nkoranza North District of the Brong Ahafo Region will soon witness a major road construction works on the Busia-Bomin-Fiema road as the assembly completes all necessary documentations with contractors for work to begin.

AWUTU SENYA:
Health officers keen to lessen killer disease.
Thursday, January 19 2012

The District Health Service Director for Awutu Senya in the Central Region, Mrs. Patricia Antwi, has disclosed that the killer malaria disease continues to be the leading cause of death in the area.

C. GONJA:
New classrooms for flood affected schools
Friday, January 20 2012

Six unit classroom blocks have been constructed in Central Gonja  District in the Northern Region in each of the flood affected schools in the District.

KASSENA E:
50 communities to get electricity
Friday, January 20 2012

The Kassena Nankana East District Assembly has affirmed its commitment to sustain the massive projects in the area to reflect the “Better Ghana” agenda.

ASIKUMA:
Brakwa, Benin communities to get new market.
Friday, January 20 2012

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Asikuma/Odoben/Brakwa in the Central Region Hon. Georgina Nkrumah Aboah has disclosed that plans are far advanced for the construction of two modern markets to boost economic activities in the area.

AJUMAKO:
Assembly moves to enhance water system
Friday, January 20 2012

In line with its commitment to ease the social difficulties of the people, the Ajumako/ Enyan /Essiam District Assembly has drilled a total of 21 boreholes spread across different communities of the district.

W GONJA:
Canteen appeals for more classrooms
Friday, January 20 2012

The assembly member for Canteen Electoral area in West Gonja has appealed to the Assembly to provide more classrooms for pupils in the area to enhance learning and teaching.

SEKONDI:
MP desilts choked drain for Kweikuma area
Friday, January 20 2012

In a bid to improve sanitary conditions in the area, the Member Parliament (MP) for the Sekondi Constituency, Papa Owusu-Ankomah has financed the desilting of a stagnant earth drain in the Kweikuma electoral area in the Sekondi Takoradi Metropolis.

EDUCATION:
Primary/JHS teachers in Upper East worried over pay issues
Friday, January 20 2012

Some Irate Primary and Junior High School teachers in the Upper East Region are complaining of what they described as disparities in their salary structure.

KADJEBI:
St. Mary-Theresa hospital gets new dental clinic
Friday, January 20 2012

A new dental clinic with the state of the arts equipment has been inaugurated at the St. Mary-Theresa’s Hospital at Dodi Papase in the Kadjebi District of the Volta Region, to improve the health sector in the area.

LEKMA:
MCE commends MP for fulfilling campaign promises
Saturday, January 21 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive for Ledzoku-Kruwor Municipality, Daniel Amartey Mensah has commended the Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku, Nii Nortey Dua for fulfilling his campaign promises to the area.

TWIFO:
Twipiase benefit from school feeding
Saturday, January 21 2012

The Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP) continues to expand in the Central Region as over 300 students in Twipiase Electoral Area in the Twifo- Heman- Lower Denkyira District have been added onto the programme.

W GONJA:
Dambulto women farmers appeal for Corn mill
Saturday, January 21 2012

Residents of Dambulto Electoral area in the West Gonja District are appealing for a corn mill to facilitate the processing of their harvested cereals into a finished product.

BIA:
Gov commended for investing in LESDEP
Saturday, January 21 2012

The Member of Parliament for the Bia Constituency in the Western Region, Michael Coffie Boampong has applauded the government for investing heavily in the Local Enterprises and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) in the country.

HO:
Agencies under Trade Ministry asked to collaborate
Saturday, January 21 2012

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Madam Hannah Tetteh, has appealed to agencies and organisations under the Ministry to collaborate for the implementation of government policies to prevent duplication and waste of resources.

NKWANTA N:
Nkwanta gets police barracks
Saturday, January 21 2012

The Nkwanta North District Assembly has completed a four-unit accommodation facility at the police station aimed at mitigating the accommodation challenges facing the police in the area.

KADJEBI:
Assembly takes measures to improves sanitation
Saturday, January 21 2012

The Kadjebi District in the Volta Region has taken pragmatic measures to maintain sanitary conditions that currently prevail in the area with the completion of two new 10-seater aqua privy toilet facilities at two important locations in the district.

SUNYANI:
MMDAs Finance officers schooled on new accounting manual
Saturday, January 21 2012

About 380 participants comprising staff from the Controller and Accountant Generals Department (CAGD) as well as finance officers from the various Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in the country have attended a 3-day conference in the Sunyani Municipality to be updated with new trends adopted by the CAGD.

POLITICS:
Mixed reactions after NDC Primaries
Sunday, January 22 2012

The Ruling National Democratic Congress parliamentary primaries conducted in some parts of the country Saturday produced mixed results

SISSALA W:
Tiiwi to get classroom block
Sunday, January 22 2012

Work is steadily progressing on the construction of a 3 unit classroom block at Tiiwi in the Sissala West District in the Upper West Region.

CAPE COAST:
Assembly distributes 3,300 mono desks to students
Sunday, January 22 2012

Cape Coast as perceived by many Ghanaians continues to be the heart of quality education in the country, in a bid to improve on the standard of teaching and learning, the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly has distributed 3,300 mono desks to some selected Senior High Schools (SHS) in the area.

KADJEBI:
John Gyapong wins Akan NDC primaries
Sunday, January 22 2012

John Kwadwo Guapong three times former member of parliament for the Akan constituency of the Kadjebi District in the Volta Region has inched a step closer to representing his constituency in parliament.

EAST MAMPRUSI:
Assembly takes measures to improve BECE results
Sunday, January 22 2012

The District Assembly in its bid to improve upon the results of last year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in East Mamprusi in the Northern Region has put measures in place to ensure this course.

E. MAMPRUSI:
More classrooms to eliminate schools under trees
Monday, January 23 2012

Government’s commitment to end the schools under trees system is on course with the construction of thirteen (13) separate six -unit classroom blocks in various schools in the East Mamprusi District to ensure conducive environment for teaching and learning.

TANO N.:
Assembly constructs 10 new boreholes
Tuesday, January 24 2012

The Tano North District Assembly has constructed 10 additional boreholes to augment the bold step that government has initiated in resolving the acute water problem in the area.

TWIFO:
Nyinase, Kayireku Basic Schools get new classroom block
Tuesday, January 24 2012

The ruling NDC’s promise to promote quality education in every part of the country is currently gaining grounds as most communities within the Twifo/ Heman/ Lower/ Denkyira District in the Central Region are progressively benefiting from facilities to boost teaching and learning in the area.

CAPE COAST:
Assembly improves educational infrastructure
Monday, January 23 2012

The Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly, in its readiness to improve teaching and learning in the metropolis is providing modern infrastructural facilities in some selected Basic and Second Cycle institutions to enhance education in the area.

ZABZUGU:
DCE donates 60 computers to district
Tuesday, January 24 2012

The District Chief Executive of Zabzugu has presented 60 computers to the Zabzugu District in the Northern Region to enhance advancement in technology in the area.

ASUOGYAMAN:
Agric Minister tours aqua culture farms
Monday, January 23 2012

The Minister for Agric Hon. Kwesi Ahwoi has visited aqua-culture farms along the volta lake.

ASUOGYAMAN:
Rev. Asare Akoto wins NDC constituency primaries
Monday, January 23 2012

The incubent Member of Parliament for Asuogyaman Rev. Dr. Joses Asare Akoto was over the weekend re-elected as the Parliamentary candidate to constest the upcoming December elections on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

KRACHI E:
Afforestation takes of in 4 communities
Wednesday, January 25 2012

Seven thousand tree seedlings are being planted in each of four communities including Ayerefia Battor, Matamanu, Njare, Monkrate in the Krachi East District in the Volta Region.

SPORTS:
Ghana 1-0 Botswana
Tuesday, January 24 2012

Ten-man Ghana recorded a narrow 1-0 win over Botswana in their opening Group D fixture of the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations in Franceville.

TANO SOUTH:
36 graduates under Rural Enterprise Project
Tuesday, January 24 2012

Thirty six new graduate apprentices under the Rural Enterprise project in the Tano South District will soon be giving working tools by the assembly to enable them work gainfully with their newly acquired skills the District Chief Executive has noted.

E GONJA:
Hostel built for health staff
Tuesday, January 24 2012

To lure more health persons to the East Gonja District in the Northern Region, the assembly has constructed a six-unit hostel facility to ease accommodation problems of paramedics.

KADJEBI:
Lack of dentist, dental clinic sits idle
Wednesday, January 25 2012

The Dental Clinic at the Kadjebi District Hospital is sitting idle for lack of doctors to manage the facility.

HO:
Work to begin on Central Market this year-GUMP
Wednesday, January 25 2012

The reconstruction of the Ho Central Market will begin before the end of 2012, Mr Sylvanus Adzonu, National Coordinator of Ghana Urban Management Pilot Project (GUMP), told the media in Ho on Monday.

KINTAMPO:
Works start on Kintampo power sub-station
Wednesday, January 25 2012

A total of 340 communities  in 22 districts and municipalities in Brong Ahafo Region started enjoying electricity power as at the end of December, last year.

KWAHU E:
Help us expel Fulani cattle herders - Kwahumanhene
Wednesday, January 25 2012

The Omanhene of the Kwahu Traditional Area, Daasebre Akuamoah Boateng II, has called for governmental assistance in driving away Fulani cattle herders from the area to forestall the destruction of farms and water bodies.  

SISSALA E:
LESDEP Coordinator asks for swift dispatch of kits
Wednesday, January 25 2012

The District Co-ordinator for the Local Enterprises and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) in the Sissala East District Assembly, Rukaya N. Musah says it is crucial for the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development to always dispatch equipments for beneficiaries on time to sustain the programme.

ASHAIMAN:
Basic school gets new classroom
Wednesday, January 25 2012

In the bid to improve the level of education in the area, the Ashaiman Municipal Assembly has erected a new classroom block for the Ashaiman No.1 basic school.

MPOHOR WASA E:
30 dressmakers get sewing machine
Wednesday, January 25 2012

About 30 dressmakers at Daboase in the Mpohor Wassa East District of the Western Region, having undergone a six month training programme with the National Youth Employment Programme (NYEP) have received a certificate and sewing machine each.

POLITICS:
Cabinet Reshuffle: John Tia, Yieleh Chireh out, Asaga in.
Wednesday, January 25 2012

The President John Evans Atta Mills has reshuffled his government as it gears up for the December general elections which promises to be keenly contested.

JIRAPA:
Assembly gears up to promote massive development
Wednesday, January 25 2012

The District Chief Executive for Jirapa District Assembly, Bernard K  Puozuing has assured that the Assembly would still be committed to pursue the government’s social interventions to reduce poverty in the area.

ASSIN N:
Assembly to embark on streetlight rehabilitation project
Wednesday, January 25 2012

The Assin North Municipal Assembly in the Central Region has procured and distributed valuable items to some selected communities to assist works on a street lightening project aimed at reducing the rate of crime in the area.

YILO K:
Assembly staff sensitized on fire safety
Wednesday, January 25 2012

Municipal Fire Officer in the Yilo Krobo Municipality, DO1 Augustine Kumi has advised the public to ensure they have fire extinguishers in their homes, offices and other important places in order to combat fire outbreaks.

NKWANTA S:
4 island communities get solar light
Thursday, January 26 2012

Four island villages including Kabiti, Vume,Teacherkope and Police barrier in the Nkwanta South District have been blessed with solar lights.

AGONA E:
Assembly on course to improve education
Thursday, January 26 2012

Agona East District Chief Executive Martin Luther Obeng has disclosed that his outfit is on course to ensuring quality education in the area.

KASSENA N E:
Work on VRA’s solar project to begin soon
Thursday, January 26 2012

Communities located in the Kassena- Nankana East District would soon be supplied with electricity generated from solar energy to supplement the Volta River Authority’s energy production in the area.

CHEREPONI:
Health centres receive vehicles
Thursday, January 26 2012

An Ambulance and three pick-ups have been presented to some health centres at Chereponi District in the Northern Region to faciliate the delivery of health services.

CAPE COAST:
Assembly strategizes to decrease unemployment
Thursday, January 26 2012


The Cape Coast Municipal Assembly in the Central Region has in line with measures to decrease unemployment rate has secured jobs for about 1000 youths within the municipality under the National Youth Employment Programme (NYEP).

BOLGA:
MMDA’s urged to facilitate the study of ICT
Thursday, January 26 2012

The Upper East Regional Director of Education, Mr. Paul Apanga, has urged all Municipal and District Assemblies to endeavour to link schools which do not have light in their areas to the national grid to help facilitate the learning of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT).

GARU-TEMPANE:
District Education Unit enhances quality educ.
Thursday, January 26 2012

In line with measures to scale up the standard of education in the Garu-Tempane District, the District Directorate of Education has decided to make available motorbikes to supervisors to facilitate their work in the area.

AJUMAKO:
MP moves to enhance sanitation
Thursday, January 26 2012

As part of efforts to boost sanitation in the Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam district in the Central Region, the Member of Parliament (MP) for the area, Casiel Ato Forson together with the Assembly is to provide the area with 6-seater KVIPs spread across some communities of the district.

YENDI:
Street lights erected to beef up security
Thursday, January 26 2012

In a bid to reduce the rampant criminal cases in the Yendi, the Municipal Assembly has erected streetlights to brighten up the municipality and also ensure the safety of residents.

JIRAPA:
Assembly improves water system
Friday, January 27 2012

The challenge with potable water in Jirapa and its environs is increasingly being addressed as the Assembly is making plans to drill a total of 49 boreholes across some communities in the district.

ABURA:
31 graduate apprentices get start-up kits
Friday, January 27 2012

About 31 graduate apprentices in the Abura- Asebu- Kwamankese District in the Central Region have taken delivery of some valuable start-up items after a period of 6 months training under the Rural Enterprise Project (REP).

NKWANTA S:
NYEP beneficiaries undergo ICT training
Friday, January 27 2012

The Nkwanta South District Assembly has successfully completed an information Communication Technology (ICT) centre to boost the training of the youth in the subject.

ASUTIFI:
Minister cuts sod for bridge over River Tano
Friday, January 27 2012

Alhaji Collins Dauda, Minister of Transport on Tuesday cut the sod for work to commence on the construction of a metal bridge over River Tano on the Mehame-Dadiesoba feeder road in Asutifi District of Brong-Ahafo.

KRACHI E:
Disability groups receive support
Friday, January 27 2012

About five physically challenged groups in the Krachi East District in the Volta Region have received financial assistance from through the disability fund to promote their economic activities.

NKWANTA N:
Magistrate court nearing completion
Friday, January 27 2012

A magistrate court complex under construction at Kpassa the district capital of the Nkwanta North District is nearing completion.

HO:
Streetlights officially handed to assembly
Friday, January 27 2012

About 40 kilometer stretch of new streetlights completed in the Ho Municipality has been officially handed over to the Municipal assembly.

AMA:
Kanda area to get secondary/technical School
Friday, January 27 2012

As part of Government’s effort to improve education in the country, Kanda, an electoral area in the Ayawaso East Sub-metro of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) is to benefit from the construction and establishment of a senior high and technical school.

STMA:
Six deprived schools get books, pens
Friday, January 27 2012

Six deprived schools in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis have received assorted items worth GHs 27,000, which includes 3,000 pieces of exercise book and 1,500 ball pens.

NKWANTA NORTH:
Construction of 12 boreholes underway
Saturday, January 28 2012

Provision of potable water to deprived communities in the Nkwanta North District in the Volta Region continue to feature prominently as more communities continue to enjoy the facility.

 

CHEREPONI:
four deprived school to get new classroom
Saturday, January 28 2012

Waku, Kanakabosu ,Wenchiki and Naweku in Chereponi District have benefited from the construction of six unit classroom blocks each to ensure the continuity of quality education in the area.

THLD:
Manpong Catholic School gets new classroom block
Saturday, January 28 2012

In line with measures to boost education in the country, Manpong Catholic School in the Twifo- Heman- Lower- Denkyira District Assembly (THLD) of the Central Region will soon benefit from a 6- unit classroom block with office and store to improve teaching and learning in the area.

SOCIAL:
Prez to deliver State of the Nation address next month
Saturday, January 28 2012

The Majority Leader in Parliament, Cletus Avoka has announced that President J.E.A Mills will next month February 2012 deliver the State of the Nations address to the house, which may be debated for two weeks.

KADJEBI:
Gov undertakes more borehole project
Saturday, January 28 2012

Installation of pumps is currently ongoing in about eight communities in the Kadjebi District in the Volta region on boreholes that have been drilled for the said communities.

KPANDO:
GAWU to construct youth development centre at Kpando-Torkor
Saturday, January 28 2012

The General Agricultural Workers Union (GAWU) of Ghana Trades Union Congress, has acquired four plots of land to construct a youth development facility for the people of Kpando-Torkor in the Kpando District of the Volta Region.

BONGO:
Bongo River Tree Restoration Project Launched
Saturday, January 28 2012

Tree Aid, in collaboration with the Bongo Traditional Authority and the Bongo District Assembly, has started a project to restore and maintain vegetation around the major rivers in Bongo, Upper East Region.

NKWANTA S:
Nkwanta gets FM station
Sunday, January 29 2012

Information dissemination in the Nkwanta North District in the Volta region would soon receive a boost when the newly established FM station starts operation.

ASIKUMA:
Over One Thousand youth benefit from NYEP
Sunday, January 29 2012

The Asikuma- Odoben- Brakwa District Assembly in a bid to reduce the increasing rate of unemployment especially among the youth, the assembly has registered about 1,061 youth under the National Youth Employment Programme (NYEP).

AJUMAKO:
Four schools to get new classroom blocks
Sunday, January 29 2012

At least four schools in the Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam District will soon benefit from the construction of  6 unit classroom blocks each to boost teaching and learning in the area.

AWUTU-SENYA:
Police arrests 30 armed robbers
Sunday, January 29 2012

The Central Regional Police Command has arrested 30 suspected armed robbers and intercepted a vehicle loaded with ammunition at Kasoa in the Central region.

POLITICS:
5 MPs lose in NDC Parliamentary Primaries
Sunday, January 29 2012

Saturday’s round of parliamentary primaries for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in constituencies where the ruling party has sitting Members of Parliament in the Greater Accra Region has produced some rather interesting and shocking results.

HO:
HIV Positive persons need to work to earn their living
Monday, January 30 2012

Persons Living with the Acquired Human Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) must work to earn their living because they have the right to do so, International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), Ghana, has stated.

KRACHI E:
New abattoir nears completion
Monday, January 30 2012

A new slaughter house to ensure the public is served with healthy and hygienic meat product is nearing completion at Dambai, the districts capital.

NKWANTA S:
Prospective LESDEP beneficiaries for training
Monday, January 30 2012

Two hundred and thirty prospective beneficiaries the Local Government and Skills Development Programme LESDEP in the Nkwanta South District are due for training very soon.

LAWRA:
Assembly introduces feeding programme at Kogle
Monday, January 30 2012

As part of efforts to boost school enrollment at Kogle Electoral Area, in the Lawra District, the Assembly has extended School Feeding Programme to the Kogle Primary school.

BIRIM S:
Two schools to have classroom blocks soon
Monday, January 30 2012

The Birim South District is making strides in efforts to improve educational infrastructure in the district with the construction of more school blocks as a way of lifting the educational standard in the area.

S DAYI:
Tilapia farming on Volta Lake must be regulated
Monday, January 30 2012

Tilapia farming along the Volta Lake must be regulated to save the industry from collapse.

BUILSA:
Facebook group donates to orphanage.
Monday, January 30 2012

Bulubisa Meina Yeri (BMY), a social networking group on Facebook in collaboration with Nallem Clothing a fashion house, has donated items to the Horizon orphanage centre in Sandema in the Builsa District of the Upper East Region.

JIRAPA:
Haing soon to get Poly clinic
Monday, January 30 2012

The Jirapa District Assembly is doubling up efforts to complete the construction of a Poly clinic at Haing to meet the health challenges of the people of the area.

KEEA:
Youth undergo dressmaking, hairdressing training
Monday, January 30 2012

About fifty youth in the Komenda- Edna- Eguafo-Abrem (KEEA) in the Central Region have been presented with items to enable them establish their own businesses after successfully undergoing a two week intensive programme.

PRESTEA:
Chief donates 30 desk to Nyametease School
Monday, January 30 2012

Nana Kwesi Appiah, chief of Nyametease, a community in the Prestea Huni-Valley District of the Western Region and her Queen Nana Yaa Kwartemah I, has donated 30 dual desks to the Nyametease Junior High School in the area.

W. GONJA:
Famers in Banewa area appeal for support
Monday, January 30 2012

The Assembly member for Banewa electoral area, a farming community in the West Gonja District has urged the Assembly to support farmers with some basic farming materials to enable the expansion of farm lands.

MFANTSEMAN:
Saltpond gets new ICT lab
Tuesday, January 31 2012

The Mfansteman Municipal Assembly in the Central Region in its bid to improve teaching and learning of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the area has upgraded the Saltpond Community Information Center into a modern ICT Labouratory.

AJUMAKO:
Assembly rehabilitates Asaasan market
Tuesday, January 31 2012

In order to enhance the socio-economic activities of residence of Ajumako and its surrounding environs, the Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam District Assembly is rehabilitating two facilities for inhabitants in the area.

BAWKU W:
DCE applauds NDC gov’t for massive dev’t
Tuesday, January 31 2012

The Bawku West District Chief Executive Alhaji Anaba Adam Moro has emphasized that the NDC government of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has brought a lot of development to the people in the Bawku West District.

TARKWA:
Assembly records major dev’t under Better Ghana
Tuesday, January 31 2012

The Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipality in the Western Region has recorded immemse benefit under the Better Ghana Agenda with the proliferation of massive projects in all sectors of the area.

HEALTH:
Bill and Melinda Gates to combat NTDs by 2020
Tuesday, January 31 2012

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in collaboration with 13 other pharmaceutical companies on Monday announced a new coordinated to accelerate progress toward eliminating 10 Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) by the end of the decade.

AKUAPIM S:
Kojo Electoral Area gets sanitary facility
Tuesday, January 31 2012

The people of Kojo Electoral Area in the Akuapim South Municipality in the Eastern Region have received a boost in efforts at improving sanitation with the commissioning a modern toilet facility.

AMA:
USAID injects $2.7M into millennium school project
Tuesday, January 31 2012

Opinion leaders, residents and school children of the Kotobabi Abavana Cluster of Schools in the Accra Metropolis yesterday witnessed a sod cutting ceremony for construction to commence on a three (3) storey 18-unit classroom block for the school.

ASSIN S:
Assembly keen to improve education
Tuesday, January 31 2012

In line with efforts to improve teaching and learning in the Central Region, The Assin South District Assembly has completed construction works on a 7 No. 6 unit classroom blocks within six communities in the area.

STMA:
Mayor urges political parties to be tolerant
Tuesday, January 31 2012

In order to promote peace and unity among political parties in the area, the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly Boss, Captain Anthony Cudjoe (Rtd), has inaugurated a 9-member committee to steer the affairs of the Inter party Dialogue Committee in the metropolis.

GOMOA E:
Dominase to get electricity extension
Tuesday, January 31 2012

Plans are far advanced for Dominase Electoral Area and its surrounding environs within the Gomoa East District of the Central Region to be connected onto the national grid to boost economic activities in the area.

L MANYA:
DCE hands over classroom block to Obele Manya
Tuesday, January 31 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Lower Manya Krobo District in the Eastern Region Isaac Agbo-Tetteh has handed over a 6 unit classroom block facility to Obele-Manya, a fishing community in the district.

W GONJA:
Daboya East residents appeal for toilet facilities
Tuesday, January 31 2012

A toilet facility needs to be provided urgently for residents of Daboya East electoral area in West Gonja District to avert the outbreak of diseases due to indiscriminate defecation by the inhabitants.