AKATSI N:
Assembly told to focus on common objective for devt
Wednesday, October 07 2015

President John Mahama in a speech read on his behalf by the Deputy Minister for Fisheries, Mrs Benita Sena Okitty Duah at the inauguration of Akatsi North District Assembly urged the assembly to focus on a common objective for development.

AFIGYA K:
DCE tours Tetrem, Adumakase kese
Monday, October 05 2015

The District Chief Executive of the Afigya Kwabre District, Mr. Oppong Kyekyeku continues to touch base with the various communities in the district with his working tour dubbed “Me Kro Nti”.

TANO S:
Govt on course to fulfilling promises-DCE
Monday, October 05 2015

The Tano South District Chief, Hon Bukari  Zakari  Anaba has reiterated government commitment to fulfilling promises made to the people.

ATEBUBU:
GSK Malaria and NTDs project steps up activities
Monday, October 05 2015

The GSK community malaria and NTDs project running in the Atebubu-Amantin, Pru, and Sene east and Sene west districts of the Brong Ahafo region is stepping up its activities.

ASUNAFO N:
Stool Lands Administrator lauds MCE
Monday, October 05 2015

The Administrator of Stool Lands, Mrs. Christie Esi Bobobee has commended the Asunafo North Municipal Chief executive, Alhaji Mohammed Doku for effectively using his share of the stool land revenue for the benefit of land owning communities within his area of jurisdiction.

New Juaben
Assembly goes for clock in machine
Monday, October 05 2015

The New Juaben Municipal Assembly has introduced Finger Print Time Attendant Access Control Machine (FPTAACM) to check lateness and absenteeism of workers in the Municipality. 

HEALTH:
7000 nurses begin strike today over unpaid salaries
Monday, October 05 2015

The unrest on the labour front is deepening as more health workers embark on an indefinite strike today.

ASUTIFI S:
Assembly builds teachers quarters at Acherensea
Monday, October 05 2015

Mr. Modestus Nuworsu, District Chief Executive for Asutifi South in the Brong Ahafo Region has assured of the Assembly’s determination to address challenges confronting the educational sector in the district.

PRESTEA H V:
Twenty three women trained in employable skills
Monday, October 05 2015

Twenty three women from Makessim and New Tokunaso in the Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipality and Preastea Huni Valley District have completed two week training in employable skills.

AMANSIE W:
Impressive turn out at clean-ups
Tuesday, October 06 2015

As part of the National sanitation day programme, communities in the
Amansie West District turned up in their numbers to help tidy up their
surroundings.

POLITICS:
MMDAs to be inaugurated today
Tuesday, October 06 2015

All Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) across the
country are being inaugurated concurrently today Tuesday October, 2015.

AMANSIE C:
Jacobu Town to get two 10-seater wc toilet facility
Tuesday, October 06 2015

The Ashanti regional Minister, Mr. Peter Anarfi Mensah has cut the sod for the construction of 2 number 10-seater water closest toilet facility for the people of Jacobu Township by the Amansie Central District Assembly.

N DAYI:
Construction of assembly block complex underway
Tuesday, October 06 2015

The North Dayi District Assembly with its capital at Anfoega hopes to have its challenges with office space for its various decentralized departments solved with the construction of its new office complex.

AFIGYA K:
Teachers receive training in ICT
Tuesday, October 06 2015

The Afigya Kwabre District Assembly in collaboration with Volunteers from South Korea undergoing internship at the Christian Service University (CSU), and Internet Safe Foundation (ISF) has embarked on ICT training programme for teachers.

DORMAA:
MCE cuts sod for construction of new school block
Tuesday, October 06 2015

Mr. Gordon Kwaku Asubonteng, the Dormaa Municipal Chief Executive, over the weekend cut the sod for the construction of a new six-unit classroom block in honour of the late Osagyefo Oseadeyo Agyemang Badu I, once a Paramount Chief of the Dormaa Traditional Area.

AMENFI C:
Assembly constructs 30 boreholes in two yrs
Tuesday, October 06 2015

The Amenfi Central District Assembly has since 2013 constructed 30 mechanized boreholes estimated in various deprived communities in the area

ASIKUMA:
Breman Jamra gets new sch block
Tuesday, October 06 2015

The Asikuma Odobeng Brakwa District Assembly has completed a new classroom blocks for Breman Jamra basic schools at a cost of GHs 53,525.63.

SOCIAL:
UNESCO applauds Mahama for free SHS
Tuesday, October 06 2015

The Director General of UNESCO Irina Bokova has lauded President Mahama for his efforts in transforming Ghana’s educational system.

KINTAMPO M:
“Miawani” residents lauds assembly for new CHPS compound
Tuesday, October 06 2015

Residents of “Miawani”, a community in the Kintampo Municipality has lauded the Assembly for putting up a new Community Health Planning Services Compound (CHPS Compound) in the area.

SOCIAL:
Gov’t has list of all appointed 30% MMDA members – Minister
Tuesday, October 06 2015

It has emerged that all Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDA’s) have submitted names of appointees to government thereby giving clearance to the inauguration of the MMDAs.

HEALTH:
Gov’t releases over GH¢ 700,000 for psychiatric nurses
Wednesday, October 07 2015

The Controller and Accountant General’s Department has released money for the payment of outstanding salary arrears for nurses in the 3 psychiatric hospitals in the country.

KRACHI W:
GSOP assisted roads get improvement
Wednesday, October 07 2015

The Ghana Social Opportunities Project (GSOP), an initiative set up to promote the creation of job opportunities for enhanced welfare of citizens continue to make good its core mandates in the Krachi West District in the Volta region.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
Suspension of judges shows judiciary is robust - Mahama
Wednesday, October 07 2015

President John Mahama says recent suspension of seven judges implicated in the Anas Aremeyaw Anas exposé on judicial corruption points to the strength of Ghana’s judicial system.

Asunafo North
Assembly assists communities with self-help projects
Wednesday, October 07 2015

The Municipal Chief Executive of the Asunafo North Municipal Assembly in the Brong Ahafo Region, Alhaji Mohammed Doku has lauded communities that initiated self-help projects for taking bold steps to address challenges confronting them.

ADAKLU:
Selected basic schools to benefit from educational materials
Wednesday, October 07 2015

Works on educational materials including assorted text books, teaching aids and furniture worth thousands of Pounds is nearing completion for donation to selected schools at Wumenu in the Adaklu District of the Volta Region.

GA SOUTH:
MMDAs charged to deepen IGF collection strategies
Wednesday, October 07 2015

About 33 elected-members and government appointees in the Ga South Municipal Assembly have been inaugurated amidst a colorful ceremony with a call on various MMDA’s to consider internally revenue generation to reduce the over-reliance on the District Assembly Common Fund (DACF) and other central government releases.

HEALTH:
Patients to pay more for services at Accra Psychiatric Hospital
Wednesday, October 07 2015

The Accra Psychiatric Hospital has increased fees for some services it renders to patients at the facility.

S DAYI:
Assemblies urged to innovate to improve revenue
Wednesday, October 07 2015

President John Mahama has urged the newly sworn in assembly members to come out with pragmatic plans towards revenue mobilization.

TECHIMAN:
Assembly fails to elect Presiding Member
Wednesday, October 07 2015

The Techiman Municipal Assembly in the Brong Ahafo Region on Tuesday failed to elect the Presiding Member (PM) for the Assembly after its inauguration.

AFIGYA K:
Assemblies should explore avenues for job creation
Wednesday, October 07 2015

A former Minister, Mrs. Betty Mould-Iddrisu, has asked district assemblies to focus on exploring avenues to create jobs for the people.

EFFUTU:
Effutu Assembly fails to elect PM
Wednesday, October 07 2015

The Effutu Municipal Assembly on Tuesday failed to elect a Presiding Member (PM) after two rounds of voting.  

SOCIAL:
MMDAs inaugurated amid colorful ceremonies
Wednesday, October 07 2015

All the two hundred and Sixteen Metropolitan (216), Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) within the ten regions were Tuesday successfully inaugurated.

Bosome Freho
Assembly Members Inaugurated
Wednesday, October 07 2015

Hon. Dr. Yukubu Alhassan the Deputy Minister of Agriculture, on Tuesday inaugurated the newly elected Assembly of the Bosome Freho Assembly and called on them to render dedicated and selfless services for the development of the area.

EDUCATION:
GIFEC empowers Community Information Officers
Wednesday, October 07 2015

Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communication (GIFEC), has rolled out a nationwide information and communication technology programme, aimed at empowering managers of Community Information Centres (CIC) to understand modern software dynamics.

RELIGION:
Hajj stampede: Full list of Ghanaian victims lives
Wednesday, October 07 2015

The Pilgrims Office has officially released the list containing the names of Ghanaian pilgrims who have so far been confirmed dead in the stampede which occurred in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.

BOSOME F:
Assembly fails to elect Presiding Member
Thursday, October 08 2015

The Bosome Freho Assembly in the Ashanti Region has failed to elect a Presiding Member after three rounds of voting.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
180 judicial staff to face CJ committee
Thursday, October 08 2015

The Judicial Service staff implicated in the latest corruption scandal will face the investigative committee set up by the Chief Justice Georgina Theodora Wood today.

ECONOMIC:
Ghana’s 4th Eurobond oversubscribed by 100% – Terkper
Thursday, October 08 2015

Ghana’s fourth Eurobond of one billion dollars has been oversubscribed by about one hundred percent, according to the Ministry of Finance.

TRANSPORTATION:
Adomi Bridge to be completed by December- Transport Minister
Thursday, October 08 2015

The Transport Minister, Dzifa Attivor has revealed that rehabilitation works on the Adomi Bridge will be completed before December 2015.

KINTAMPO M:
Assembly completes new CHPS compound
Thursday, October 08 2015

A Community Health Planning and Service (CHPS) compound is being built for the people of Badu Akura a community in the Kintampo District to cater for their health needs and make it easier for them to receive medical care.

Aowin
inaugurates new assembly, elects new PM
Thursday, October 08 2015

Inauguration of the new Assembly was successfully carried out lastTuesday with a call on the members to work in the interest of sustainable development.

N JUABEN:
Give priority to NSD
Thursday, October 08 2015

The Deputy Eastern Regional Minister Mavis Ama Frimpong has called on the traditional leaders of Koforidua – Effiduase and beyond to reconsider their dates for social events since it has being coinciding with the National Sanitation Days.

ATEBUBU:
Owusu Boateng outlines vision
Thursday, October 08 2015

The District Chief Executive for Atebubu-Amantin, Hon Sampson Owusu Boateng has revealed his motive for contesting the National Democratic Congress NDC Parliamentary primaries for the Atebubu-Amantin constituency and consequently outlined his vision for the constituency if elected as a Member of Parliament.

Saboba
district assembly inaugurated
Thursday, October 08 2015

The Sixth assembly of the Saboba District Assembly was on Tuesday, 6th October inaugurated and sworn in by Issah Mahamood. ESQ.; who represented his Excellency, the President of the republic of Ghana.

Kwabre East
inaugurates sixth assembly
Thursday, October 08 2015

The sixth Assembly members for the Kwabre East District have been inaugurated at a short and colourful ceremony at Mamponteng, the district capital.

ASUTIFI S:
Assemblies advised to innovate to increase revenue
Thursday, October 08 2015

President John Mahama has urged district assemblies to consider revenue generation as an important function and stop the over reliance on the District Assembly Common Fund and other central releases for development.

KWABRE E:
No show for PM election
Thursday, October 08 2015

The election of a Presiding Member for the Kwabre East District has been postponed.

TECHIMAN:
Health Coordinator, students sensitized on Reproductive health
Friday, October 09 2015

A total of 20 Health Coordinators and 40 students from selected basic schools in the Techiman Municipality have been sensitized on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH) to be role models in their schools and also serve as ambassadors to educate their colleagues.

BIRIM N:
Special donation to Amuana Praso SHS
Friday, October 09 2015

The Deputy Eastern Regional Minister, MAdam Mavis Ama Frimpong with the Birim North District Chief Executive, Mr. Paul Aboagye Dadzie made a donation of some items to the newly established Amuana Praso Seniro High School at a durbar organized in their honor by the Chief of Amuana Praso and his council of elders at the school’s premises on the 30th of September 2015.

MPOHOR:
DCE passes on
Friday, October 09 2015

Mr. Anthony Bassaw, District Chief Executive (DCE) for Mpohor in the Western Region, has passed away after months of battling for his life from an undisclosed illness.

SOCIAL:
Embattled judges face police today despite objections
Friday, October 09 2015

Two of the 34 judges accused of taking bribes are expected to be interrogated later Friday by the police Criminal Investigations Department (CID) despite fierce criticism against the process.

ADANSI N:
Assembly members charged to fight for collective good of society
Friday, October 09 2015

Newly elected members of the Adansi North District Assembly have been charge to develop passion for issues of national interest and avoid selfless service to help improve the living conditions of their electorates.

PRU:
African women’s development fund empowers 46
Friday, October 09 2015

Forty-six women from the ‘United We Stand’ women association in Yeji in the Pru District of the Brong Ahafo region have benefitted from soap making skills.

Krachi East
benefits from Community Day SHS
Friday, October 09 2015

The people of the Krachi East District have not been left out of the governments new project of establishing 200 new community day senior high schools across the country as the district has been allocated one.

ATEBUBU:
Sixth district assembly inaugurated
Friday, October 09 2015

A 43 member sixth assembly of the Atebubu-Amantin district under the fourth republic was last Tuesday inaugurated in Atebubu.

FEATURE:
Another rain exposes Ghana’s engineering shortfalls
Friday, October 09 2015

The showers that visited some parts of Accra last night and early this morning, has called to question the engineering prowess of our road contractors and their supervising authorities.

ASOKORE M:
New assembly inaugurated
Friday, October 09 2015

Fifteen Assembly members comprising ten elected and five government appointees were last Tuesday October 6, 2015 sworn into office by Her Worship Portia M.O. Salia at the Asokore Municipal Assembly. 

SOCIAL:
Ghanaian judges now subjects of mockery – Mahama
Friday, October 09 2015

Ghanaian judges have now become subjects of ridicule in restaurants and homes in the country following the corruption scandal that has rocked the judiciary, President John Mahama has stated.

Bia West
inaugurates fourth assembly
Friday, October 09 2015

The Fourth (4th) Assembly of the Bia West District has been successfully inaugurated.

AFIGYA K:
DCE tours Hemang community
Saturday, October 10 2015

The Hemang community in the Afigya Kwabre District in the Ashanti region is to benefit from a number of projects, the The District Chief Executive of the area Mr. Oppong Kyekyeku has disclosed.

ASOKORE M:
Asawasi Police station commissioned
Saturday, October 10 2015

The Member of Parliament for Asawasi Hon. Mubarak Muntaka Mohammed has charged the police to be proactive in their line of duties.

Bia West
commissions first phase of assembly office complex
Saturday, October 10 2015

The Bia West District Assembly has commissioned the first phase of the three story district assembly office complex to help ease office accommodation challenges of the assembly.

SOCIAL:
Appeal Court Justices assumes additional High Court duties
Saturday, October 10 2015

Fifteen Justices of the Court of Appeal have signed up to undertake additional High Court responsibilities principally to make up for the short fall arising from the pending impeachment proceedings.

AMANSIE W:
6 suspected arm robbers remanded into prison custody
Saturday, October 10 2015

The Manso - Nkwanta Magistrate Court chaired by His Lordship Thomas Boadi Isorori Friday remanded 6 suspected armed robbers into prison custody to re-appear on 22nd October, 2015.      

Tano South
inaugurates new assembly members
Sunday, October 11 2015

The Tano South District Assemby like all other Assemblies in the country has inaugurated its new Assembly members at a colourful ceremony held at Bechem the District capital.

N JUABEN:
MMDAs to prosecute sanitation offenders
Sunday, October 11 2015

In order not to fall foul of the Sanitation Laws, the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDA’S) has been tasked to sensitize their citizenry on the need to participate effectively in the future National Sanitation Day Exercise. 

KETU N:
Dzodze marks Deza Festival
Sunday, October 11 2015

The Regional Minister, Madam Helen Ntoso commended the chief and people of the Dzodze traditional area for attaching much importance to the Deza festival which is targeted at promoting the socio-economic development of the area.

Gomoa West
district assembly inaugurated
Sunday, October 11 2015

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Gomoa West, Theophilus Aidoo Mensah, has charged the newly elected Members of the Gomoa West District Assembly to assist the Assembly to boost its internal revenue generation drive.

SOCIAL:
President tells traditional rulers to live in peace
Sunday, October 11 2015

President John Dramani Mahama on Saturday called on traditional rulers to learn how to live in peace with one another, no matter their difference for a common purpose to promote national development.

Birim North
inaugurates 7th Assembly
Monday, October 12 2015

A colorful ceremony to inaugurate the 7th assembly of the Birim North District was organized for 38 assembly members comprising of 26 elected and 12 government appointees.

AKATSI S:
Godwin Asumanu elected PM
Monday, October 12 2015

The Akatsi South District Assembly has elected Mr. Godwin Asumanu as its Presiding Member for the next assembly.

AMANSIE C:
Anyankyirem Primary School gets six unit block
Monday, October 12 2015

A six unit classroom block has been inaugurated for the pupils of Anyankyirem Primary School in the Amansie Central District of the Ashanti Region.

RELIGION:
Stranded Ghanaian pilgrims to be airlifted home today
Monday, October 12 2015

Ghanaian Muslim Pilgrims who have been left stranded in Mecca will be airlifted back home today, Monday October 12.

ENERGY:
Turkey Power barges coming November – GRiDCO
Monday, October 12 2015

Ghanaians’ wish to bid farewell to the power crisis have been dashed as the first of two power barges expected to arrive in Ghana this month will rather come late November.

SOCIAL:
Allocate GH¢200 million to SADA in 2016 – CSOs
Monday, October 12 2015

The Coalition of civil society organizations within the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) ecological zone is advocating GHc200 million for SADA in the 2016 budget.

N JUABEN:
MCE hands over keys to nana Kwaku Boateng School
Monday, October 12 2015

The Chief Executive of the New Juaben Municipal Assembly, Dr. Kwaku Owusu Acheampong on Wednesday 7th of October, 2015 handed over the keys of a six-unit classroom and offices to the Management of Nana Kwaku Boateng School.

EDUCATION:
We are on track to provide 200 community schools- Mahama
Monday, October 12 2015

President John Mahama has said his government is well on track to provide the 200 Community Schools promised in the National Democratic Congress (NDC’s) elections 2012 manifesto.

KWAHU A P:
You are not contractors – Assembly members reminded
Monday, October 12 2015

The District Magistrate for the Kwahu Afram Plains North and South Districts Mr. Anthony Abebrese has urged the newly elected assembly members to desist from the act of contract soliciting from the leadership of the District Assembly.

KINTAMPO M:
“Kadelso" community receives new sch blk
Monday, October 12 2015

The pupils of the Kadelso Basic School have been provided  a six unit classroom block to help improve teaching and learning in the area.

Kwahu Afram Plains North
elects woman as PM
Monday, October 12 2015

The Kwahu Afram Plains North District has elected Honorable Kate Mawusi as the new Presiding Member for the District Assembly at Donkorkrom.

AMENFI C:
“Anyinabrim” staff bungalow completed
Monday, October 12 2015

The Amenfi Central district assembly has completed a new semi-detached bungalow at Anyinabrim to ease the poor accommodation conditions for staff of the assembly.

MPOHOR:
Assembly yearns to improve potable water supply
Monday, October 12 2015

The Mpohor District Assembly has reiterated its intention to provide communities with improved water supply to help improve the living conditions of the people.

OFFINSO:
New assembly urged to be dedicated
Tuesday, October 13 2015

The Offinso Municipal Assembly has dully inaugurated the 44member sixth assembly of the municipality on Tuesday October 6, 2015 at the forecourt of the Municipal Assembly.

AMANSIE C:
Jacobu district police headquarters commissioned
Tuesday, October 13 2015

The Police Command at Jacobu, the district capital of Amansie Central gets a new office accommodation to enhance safety of people and properties in the district.

N DAYI:
25 kilometer Yordanu- Kpando cocoa road progresses
Tuesday, October 13 2015

Improvement in road networks under the cocoa road project is fast becoming reality in most of the selected communities with such roads.

NZEMA E:
Mahama commissions Bamiankor Day SHS
Tuesday, October 13 2015

President John Mahama on Monday commissioned the second completed SHS under the progressively Free Community Day Senior High School at Bamiankor in the Nzema East Municipality of the Western Region.

SOCIAL:
Social protection is not handouts package – Gender Ministry
Tuesday, October 13 2015

Mr Kwesi Armo-Himbson, Chief Director Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection on Monday debunked the perception that promoting social protection in Ghana amounted to offering handouts to beneficiaries which will encourage laziness.

ASUTIFI S:
6 unit block under construction for Hwidiem School
Tuesday, October 13 2015

The Asutifi South District Assembly has taken an early step to avoid any problem with academic activities at the Hwidiem Primary school that may arise because of poor infrastructure.

ECONOMIC:
Ghana is not debt distressed - Mahama
Wednesday, October 14 2015

President John Mahama has dismissed suggestions that Ghana is highly indebted, explaining a misunderstanding of an agreement with the IMF had led to that erroneous idea.

SOCIAL:
Supreme Court to rule on case against CR Committee today
Wednesday, October 14 2015

The Supreme Court will today determine the fate of the committee tasked to implement recommendations for a review of key constitutional provisions.

Bosome Freho
Assembly fails again to elect Presiding Member
Wednesday, October 14 2015

The Bosome Freho Assembly in the Ashanti Region on Tuesday failed again to elect the Presiding Member (PM) for the Assembly after three rounds of voting.

NKWANTA N:
Michael Kofi Gmageh elected PM
Wednesday, October 14 2015

Unlike many other MMDAs that have their quest to start serious business of the assembly dashed by the inability to elect Presiding Member, the Nkwanta North District however successfully crossed that hurdle.

OFFINSO:
Assembly elects new PM
Wednesday, October 14 2015

The Offinso Municipal Assembly is poised for action following the successful election of new Presiding Member hours after the inauguration of the new assembly.

GA SOUTH:
Assembly makes stride in sanitaion management
Wednesday, October 14 2015

The Municipal Chief Executive for Ga South in the Greater Accra Region, Mr. Jerry Akwei Thompson has disclosed that the assembly has made immense stride in the aspect of sanitation through the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA) project and the National Sanitation Day programmes.

SOCIAL:
Case against Constitutional Review Commission dismissed
Wednesday, October 14 2015

The Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed a case brought before it, which sought to challenge the legality of the Constitutional Review Commission.

KINTAMPO M:
Assembly embarks on new dev’t projects
Wednesday, October 14 2015

The Kintampo Municipal Assembly in the Brong Ahafo Region has embarked on a number of development projects by way of executing the development agenda of the district to enhance the living conditions of the people.

Krachi Nchumuru
district inaugurates Fire and Rescue Services
Thursday, October 15 2015

The Krachi Nchumuru District Assembly has achieved yet another milestone in the socioeconomic development of the district with the inauguration of the district fire and rescue Services.

ASOKORE M:
Aboabo No2 gets more potable water
Thursday, October 15 2015

Residents of Aboabo No2 Community in the Asokore Mampong Municipality in the Ashanti are grateful to the Municipal Assembly and the Member of Parliament for the area for the boost in their water delivery.

CAPE C:
Gov’t to expand the National Medical Outreach Services - Veep
Thursday, October 15 2015

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has stated that government intends to expand the National Medical Outreach Services to enhance healthcare delivery in the country.

KEEA:
Premix Fuel Subsidy will Continue - President assures fishermen
Thursday, October 15 2015

President John Dramani Mahama has said despite the deregulation of petroleum products across the country, Government would continue to subsidize premix fuel for fishermen.

AMENFI C:
Assembly progressively wining fight over poor sanitation
Thursday, October 15 2015

The Amenfi Central District Assembly is noted to be one institution in the Western Region which is currently succeeding in the battle against insanitary conditions.

S DAYI:
“Fire has no friend”- Dr. Albert Brown Gaisie
Thursday, October 15 2015

The National Chief Fire Officer, Dr. Albert Brown Gaisie has warned that fire has no friend and that there was the need for people to much attention to handling fire at all places to prevent needless fire outbreaks.

Offinso North
inaugurates new assembly
Thursday, October 15 2015

The Offinso North District Assembly has inaugurated a 33 member new assembly for the next four years. 

ECONOMICS:
GNAT urged to establish pension for teachers
Thursday, October 15 2015

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has been urged to expand the activities of the Teachers Fund to include a monthly contribution by teachers alongside the current pension arrangements for public servants.

POWER CRISIS:
WAPCo defers decision to cut gas supplies to Ghana
Friday, October 16 2015

The West Africa Gas Pipeline Company (WAPCo) has deferred the decision to cut gas supplies to Ghana, pending outcome of negotiations between a government delegation and Nigeria Gas (N-Gas).

AMENFI C:
Assembly completes Manso Amenfi staff bungalow
Friday, October 16 2015

The Amenfi Central district assembly has completed another bungalow at Manso Amenfi to ease the poor accommodation conditions of its staff members.

SEKYERE A P:
Work set to commence on new sch block
Friday, October 16 2015

All is set for work to commence on a new six-classroom unit classroom block for the pupils of Abeona Primary School in the Sekyere Afram Plains district in the Ashanti Region.

SOCIAL:
President hasn’t ordered us to increase tariffs – PURC insists
Friday, October 16 2015

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) says it has not received any official directive from the President ordering them to increase utility tariffs.

MPOHOR:
Adansi traders provided market-sheds
Friday, October 16 2015

With funding from its own share of the District Development fund (DDF), the Mpohor District Assembly has constructed new market-sheds for traders at Adansi, a community in the district.

SOCIAL:
Kufour joins call for new voters register
Friday, October 16 2015

Former President John Agyekum Kufour has asked the Electoral Commission (EC) to heed the voice of the people and put together a new voters register for the 2016 general election.

SECURITY:
T.B. Joshua donates to Police
Friday, October 16 2015

The Founder and General Overseer of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B. Joshua, has presented three pickup vehicles and 20 motorbikes to the Ghana Police Service to facilitate police patrol activities.

AKATSI N:
Patrick Ahiabu re-elected PM
Friday, October 16 2015

The Akatsi North District Assembly has re-elected Mr. Patrick Kwame Ahiabu as the Presiding Member for the assembly.

NZEMA E:
125 students get full scholarship
Friday, October 16 2015

One hundred and twenty five students selected from the coastal districts in the Western Region have been offered full three years scholarship to pursue their education at the second cycle levels.

N JUABEN:
Stop stealing our cables – MCE warns
Friday, October 16 2015

The Municipal Chief Executive of New Juaben Dr. Kwaku Owusu Acheampong has cautioned the general public to desist from the act of stealing cables of street lights in the various parts of the Municipality.

N-GAS DEBT:
Ghana pays USD10m out of USD103m
Friday, October 16 2015

Ghana has paid $10 millon out of the $103 million it owes the Nigeria Gas Company (N-GAS), sources within the Nigerian comapny have confirmed to StarrFMonline.com.

MPOHOR:
MMDCEs’, others mourn late DCE
Saturday, October 17 2015

Some Metropolitan Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs), Regional and Constituency Executives of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) in Western Region on Wednesday congregated at the residence of late lawyer Anthony Bassaw, District Chief Executive (DCE) of Mpohor to mark one week of his passing on

SOCIAL:
163 National Service staff dismissed over financial malfeasance
Saturday, October 17 2015

Management of the National Service Scheme has with immediate effect dismissed 163 staff of the Scheme.

ASANTE A S:
Give support to elected representatives to the assemblies
Saturday, October 17 2015

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Asante-Akim South, Mr. De-graft Fokuo, has rallied people in the area to give more support to their elected assembly members to enable them to perform.

POLITICS:
Next year’s elections to be held on November 7
Tuesday, October 20 2015

The Electoral Commission is pushing for a historic change in Ghana’s election timetable from December 7 to November 7, 2016.

AGONA W:
Nyakrom Senior High/Tech PTA builds classroom blocks
Tuesday, October 20 2015

The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of the Nyakrom Senior High Technical School is constructing 18 classroom blocks for the school at the cost of 1.2 Million Ghana Cedis.

SHAMA:
Unit Committees must start work even without structures - Minister Aidoo
Tuesday, October 20 2015

Mr Paul Evans Aidoo, Western Regional Minister has admonished Unit Committee members to start work soon after being sworn into office regardless of the non availability of structures.

POLITICS:
NDC pulls out of IEA-sponsored new voters’ register debate
Tuesday, October 20 2015

The ruling National Democratic Congress has pulled out of an Institute of Economic Affairs’ (IEA) sponsored debate for or against a new voters’ register ahead of the 2016 elections.

ASIKUMA:
Assembly completes KVIP for 3 communities
Tuesday, October 20 2015

The Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District Assembly has completed New KVIP toilet facility for three communities in the area at a cost of GHs 151,060.36.

KUMASI:
Work on Kejetia Market Complex begins
Tuesday, October 20 2015

President John Mahama on Monday cut the sod for reconstruc­tion of phase one of the Kumasi Kejetia Central Market to officially commence.

Asunafo North Municipal
provides 16 communities with streetlight
Tuesday, October 20 2015

Some sixteen communities in the Asunafo North Municipality in the Brong Ahafo Region have been provided with streetlights, the Municipal Chief Executive has announced.

NKWANTA N:
New classroom blocks for Busunando, Danladi
Tuesday, October 20 2015

The Nkwanta North District Assembly has constructed yet additional classroom blocks for two communities in the district as it continues to invest in educational infrastructure development.

TMA:
Richard Fiadomor elected new PM
Tuesday, October 20 2015

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) has Elected Mr. Richard Fiadomor, as its new Presiding Member (PM) following the inauguration of new assembly members, a couple of weeks ago.

SOCIAL:
Mahama orders ban on imported electrical cables
Wednesday, October 21 2015

President John Mahama has ordered the immediate ban on the importation of electrical cables and transformers due to quality concerns.

SOCIAL:
ECOWAS Biometric ID Cards due in 2016
Wednesday, October 21 2015

Ghana is spearheading the Economic Community of West African States’ (ECOWAS) plan to provide Biometric Identification Cards to the community’s citizens in 2016.

BUILSA N:
Sandema Magistrate Court gets new block
Wednesday, October 21 2015

The Builsa North District Assembly has constructed a new block to house the Sandema District Magistrate Court.

KINTAMPO M:
Govt completes work on "Gulumpe" polyclinic
Wednesday, October 21 2015

Government is gradually living up to expectation on its promise to construct additional polyclinics to complement the existing health facilities in the country.

SEKYERE A P:
Fulani farmers’ attack: Police yet to make any arrest
Wednesday, October 21 2015

Police in Afram Plains in the Eastern Region say they are yet to make any arrest in connection with the killing of some Fulanis in the area.

SOCIAL:
JUSSAG hints of another ‘strike’ over unpaid allowances
Wednesday, October 21 2015

The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSSAG) has served notice it will advice itself accordingly if Government fails to pay members’ outstanding allowances by 30th October 2015.

ENERGY:
OMCs review fuel prices downward
Wednesday, October 21 2015

Oil Marketing Companies (OMC) have reduced the retail prices of petroleum products at the Mid-October review period pegging Super between GHs2.859 and GHs2.820 whilst the prices of diesel is fixed between GHs2.769 and GHs2.720.

SEKYERE A P:
Assembly provides “Offe” community with new School blk
Wednesday, October 21 2015

The Sekyere Afram Plains District Assembly has completed classroom blocks for Offe community at a total cost of GHs 23,755.80.

AMANSIE W:
Global hand washing day celebration
Thursday, October 22 2015

This year’s global hand washing day celebration for Amansie West District was heard at Manso Keniago.

BOSOME F:
Don’t Sit On the Fence- Nana Agyei Brempong III
Thursday, October 22 2015

The Asiwahene, Nana Brempong III has appealed to the good citizens of Asiwa to join hands with the traditional authority in their efforts to transform and developed the area to befit the status of a district capital.

Amansie Central
elects Presiding Member
Thursday, October 22 2015

Mr. Benedict Boadi has been re-elected the Presiding Member of the Amansie Central District.

N JUABEN:
Market survey reveals stability in prices of food items
Thursday, October 22 2015

A market survey conducted for the month of September this year by the Information Journalists in the New Juaben Municipality indicates that prices of food items comparably are the same for the months of August and September.

EDUCATION:
UTAG to strike again over book & research allowance
Thursday, October 22 2015

The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), has threatened to embark on another strike if government fails to pay up their Book and Research allowance by Friday [October 23].

Amansie Central
approves budget estimates for 2016 fiscal year
Thursday, October 22 2015

The Amansie Central District Assembly has on the second meeting of the Assembly approved its new budget estimates and fee fixing resolution for the 2016 fiscal year.

ASIKUMA:
Breman Kokoso Lorry Park nears completion
Thursday, October 22 2015

The Asikuma District Assembly is constructing a new lorry station at Breman Kokoso as a measure to decongest the area and give it a facelift.

NZEMA E:
MCE inspects ongoing Axim Girls SHS dorm
Thursday, October 22 2015

The Municipal Chief Executive of Nzema East in the Western Region, Mr. James Atta Kakra Baidoe together with a team from the Assemblyinspected work on an ongoing three-unit dormitory block for the Axim Girls Senior High School (SHS).

DORMAA:
President Mahama cuts sod for cocoa roads rehabilitation in BA-
Thursday, October 22 2015

President John Dramani Mahama on Tuesday cut the sod for the rehabilitation of roads in cocoa growing areas in the Brong-Ahafo Region.

ENERGY:
Gas shortfalls, rainstorm trigger 590 megawatts load-shedding
Thursday, October 22 2015

Most parts of  Ghana’s capital, Accra and the Ashanti regional capital Kumasi, are the worst affected by a power crisis as the Electricity Company of Ghana has been forced to shed 590 megawatts.

ECONOMICS:
Assemblies soon to issue bonds for infrastructure projects
Thursday, October 22 2015

Municipal and District Assemblies could soon start raising their own monies for infrastructure projects by issuing bonds.

EDUCATION:
Stakeholders asked to support CBE
Friday, October 23 2015

Mr Stephen Adu, acting Deputy Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has called on stakeholders to support the Complementary Basic Education (CBE) programme to ensure that all children of school-going age were in school.

ENERGY:
Power crisis to get worse – ECG
Friday, October 23 2015

The current power crisis is expected to worsen again as utility providers struggle to keep the lights on for domestic and industrial consumers.

AMANSIE C:
Sukuum/Bepotenten gets new CHPS compound
Friday, October 23 2015

The people of Osudoku/ Bepotenten gets a new community-based health planning services (CHPS) compound to help provide quality health delivery to the people.

KWABRE E:
Ampadu wins Kwabre East PM
Friday, October 23 2015

Mr. Baffour Kyere Ampadu of Abensenase electoral area has beaten Hon. George Oppong of Meduma electoral area to the Presiding Member position of the Kwabre East District in the Ashanti Region.

AKATSI N:
Seek healthcare from accredited, registered health centers- DCE warns
Friday, October 23 2015

The District Chief Executive for Akatsi North, Mr. James Gunu has urged residents in the area to seek medical care from only registered and accredited health facilities to avoid risking their lives by receiving treatment from illegal health centers.

TANO S:
UNDP collaborates with local NGO to restore forest reserve
Saturday, October 24 2015

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), with the Save Our Environment Foundation, a non-governmental organisation, is implementing a $42,100 dollar afforestation project in the Tano South District of Brong-Ahafo Region.

SOCIAL:
Ministry sets up Education/Health Foundation
Saturday, October 24 2015

Springs Of Joy-Thus Sayeth The Lord Ministry (SOJ-TSTL), an Evangelical Charismatic Fellowship Ministry in Accra, has established an Education/Health Foundation christened; “Helping Generations Foundation,” to help cater for the education and health needs of Ghanaians.

Borae-Nkwanta
CHPS compound commissioned
Saturday, October 24 2015

The Krachi Nchumuru District has once again demonstrated its resolve to solving challenges confronting its people having successfully completed a new community-based Health planning and services (CHPS) centre at Borae Nkwanta.

AFIGYA K:
Area Councils asked to assist in revenue mobilization
Saturday, October 24 2015

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Afigya-Kwabre, Mr. Kwaku Oppong-Kyekyeku Kaakyire, has asked members of the Area Councils to provide strong support to the assembly to improve its revenue collection performance.

TAMALE:
Local Government Minister inspects projects in Tamale
Sunday, October 25 2015

Alhaji Collins Dauda, Minister of Local Government and Rural Development on Friday inspected on-going projects being undertaken by the Tamale Metropolitan Assembly (TMA).

Kintampo:
College of Health admits 1,037 fresh students
Sunday, October 25 2015

The College of Health & Well-Being, Kintampo (CoHK) has admitted 1,037 fresh students into 12 programmes of study for the 2015/2016 academic year.

HEALTH:
Take advantage of Breast cancer month and get checked" - First Lady
Sunday, October 25 2015

The First Lady, Mrs Lordina Mahama has called on women to take advantage of the month long cancer awareness celebrations to have their breasts checked.

KETU N:
Micro industrialization to lead economic empowerment-PM
Monday, October 26 2015

Mr. Wisdom Nyamuame the newly elected presiding Member for the Ketu North District Assembly is promising equitable distribution of development projects in all electoral areas in the district.

AMANSIE C:
DCE cuts sod for new classroom block for Kronko D/A Primary
Monday, October 26 2015

The Amansie Central District Assembly is on course to removing all schools under trees in the district, Mr. Emmanuel Dede Appiah, the District Chief Executive has disclosed.

BUSINESS:
Gov’t To Establish USD5 Million Fund For Fishermen
Monday, October 26 2015

The government is to establish a USD5million revolving fund to provide microcredit support for fishermen to expand their businesses, the Vice-President, Mr Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has announced.

ECONOMIC:
USD1billion Eurobond funds solely for debt refinancing – Terkper
Monday, October 26 2015

Mr. Seth Terkper, Minister of Finance says the one billion dollars (USD1billion) raised with Ghana’s recent Eurobond issue would be used to only refinance the nation’s existing debts which are maturing.

AOWIN:
Omanhene laid to rest
Monday, October 26 2015

“Everything that has a beginning has an end”, and so the former President of the Aowin Traditional Area, Odeneho Brentu IV was finally laid to rest.

ENERGY:
Power barge sets sail Tuesday
Monday, October 26 2015

The first power barge to pro­duce 225 megawatts of elec­tricity to alleviate the rolling power cuts is expected to set sail to Ghana to­morrow after a brief commission­ing ceremony.

AMENFI C:
Assembly to improve potable water supply
Monday, October 26 2015

The Amenfi Central District Assembly has taken a giant step to improve potable water supply in ten communities in the area.

ENERGY:
ECG sheds 390MW of power today
Monday, October 26 2015

The Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo) has asked the Electricity Company of Ghana to shed a total of 390 megawatts of power today [Monday].

MPOHOR:
Assembly constructs two Area Councils
Monday, October 26 2015

The Mpohor District Assembly is constructing two new Area Council offices for two separate communities in the district.

HO WEST:
Mensah Atsrim re-elected as PM
Monday, October 26 2015

The newly inaugurated Ho West District Assembly has Elected Mr. Mathew Mensah Atsrim, as its Presiding Member (PM) on two consecutive terms.

BUILSA N:
DCE led US team visits Sandema hospital
Monday, October 19 2015

Health sector workers of the Sandema Government Hospital in the Builsa North District have receive reassurance of the Assembly’s assistance to help improve their living conditions in the area.

Ketu North:
gets fire service
Monday, October 19 2015

The National Chief Fire Officer, Dr. Albert Brown Gaisie indicated that since fire has no friend and can cause severe damages to lives and property, government has thus taken the right step with the establishment of the Fire Service to help protect lives and properties in the event of outbreaks.

ATEBUBU:
Ghana adolescent reproductive health project trains teachers
Sunday, October 18 2015

The Ghana Adolescent Reproductive Health Project has held a three day training programme for 60 teachers in the Atebubu-Amantin district in Atebubu.

SOCIAL:
TUC rejects over 100% tariff increment
Sunday, October 18 2015

The leadership of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has served notice they will reject attempts by the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) to increase utility tariffs by over 100%.

BONGO:
Female ward at Gov’t Hospital doubles as Children’s ward
Sunday, October 18 2015

Doctors at Bongo Government Hospital in Upper East Region have expressed worry over the lack of children’s ward as sick children are forced to sleep in female ward.

TECHIMAN:
GES inaugurates school health clubs
Monday, October 19 2015

The Ghana Education Service (GES) Directorate in the Techiman Municipality has inaugurated 20 school Health Clubs from selected basic schools as part of the Ghana Adolescent Reproductive Health Project to champion the education of their pupil and students on reproductive issues.

SOCIAL:
GWCL loses GHs12M to water theft every month
Sunday, October 18 2015

The Ghana Water Company has started a crackdown on water theft after monthly revenue losses rise to 12 million cedis.

OFFINSO N:
20-seater w/c commissioned for Nkenkensu-Nkramon
Monday, October 19 2015

The Offinso North District Assembly led by the District Chief Executive Hon. Samuel Kojo Appiah-Kubi has commissioned a 20-seater water closet toilet facility at Nkenkensu-Nkramon.

SOCIAL:
Be ready to pay more if you want reliable power - Mahama
Monday, October 19 2015

President John Dramani Mahama says Ghanaians must be ready to pay more for electricity if they genuinely want reliable, sustainable power.

HOHOE:
Assembly completes 3-bedroom accommodation for doctors
Monday, October 19 2015

The Hohoe Municipal Assembly as part of its contributions towards the study rise and stability of the University of Health and Allied Sciences has completed new accommodation for doctors.

KETA:
NADMO presents relief items to tidal wave victims
Monday, October 19 2015

The National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO), has presented relief items worth GHs 50,000.00 to the people of Fuveme, a fishing community in the Keta Municipal area hit by recent tidal waves.

SOCIAL:
MPs to finally move into Job 600 offices on Tuesday
Monday, October 26 2015

Members of Parliament will move into their offices at the refurbished Job 600 office complex on Tuesday.

INTERNATIONAL:
Nigeria fines telecom giant MTN USD5bn
Monday, October 26 2015

Nigeria’s Communications Commission, the country’s telecommunications regulator, has issued mobile phone firm MTN Nigeria, with a USD5bn (£3.5bn) fine for failing to disconnect subscribers with unregistered Sim cards bought before January 2012.

SOCIAL:
Mahama jets off to India
Monday, October 26 2015

Ghana’s president John Mahama has left Accra for New Delhi, India, to participate in the 3rd India- Africa Forum Summit.

ENERGY:
VRA gets 250MW power plant from Dubai
Tuesday, October 27 2015

Ghana’s power crisis is likely to improve in the coming days as the Volta River Authority (VRA) at the weekend received a 250-megawatt (MW) plant from Africa and Middle East Resource Investment (AMERI) based in Dubai.

Manya Krobo
celebrates anual Ngmayem festival (25th october - 1st november 2015
Tuesday, October 27 2015

This year’s Ngmayem festival slated for 25th October - 1st November 2015 promises to be a lifetime experience with more traditional music & dance  and outdooring of the new Paramount Queen of Manya Krobo.

ASUTIFI S:
Konkotreso bnefits from new school block
Tuesday, October 27 2015

The ongoing educational infrastructure development by the Asutifi South district Assembly in the Brong Ahafo Region has benefited the Konkotreso Junior High School.

SOCIAL:
Department of Social Welfare changes name
Tuesday, October 27 2015

The Department of Social Welfare has been renamed the ‘Department of Social Development’ following the restructuring of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection.

ATEBUBU:
NHIA sensitizes stakeholders on capitation
Tuesday, October 27 2015

The National Health Insurance Authority has held a stakeholders
sensitization meeting on capitation in Atebubu.

ECONOMIC:
IMF warns of African economic slowdown
Wednesday, October 28 2015

Economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa is slowing sharply, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned.

N JUABEN:
Second lady launches library and information week
Wednesday, October 28 2015

The wife of the Vice President, Mrs. Matilda Amissah Arthur has officially launched the 3rd Library and Information Week in Koforidua in the Eastern Region. 

AGONA W:
Noble Men for Peace holds World Alliance of Religion forum
Wednesday, October 28 2015

Ghanaians have been advised to do everything humanly possible to maintain the peaceful coexistence particularly between religious groups as well as ethnic tolerance that the country has enjoyed all these years.

HO WEST:
Awudome SHS takes delivery of new admin block
Wednesday, October 28 2015

School authorities of the Awudome Senior High School (SHS) at Tsito Awudome in the Ho West District have taken delivery of a newly completed two-storey administration block.

SOCIAL:
Old passports still valid
Wednesday, October 28 2015

The need to acquire biometric passport is gradually dawn­ing on many Ghanaians as some foreign missions demand that visa applicants using machine read­able passports acquire biometric passports before they are granted visas.

SOCIAL:
Mahama reassures Ghanaians of fiscal discipline
Wednesday, October 28 2015

Ghana’s president John Mahama has reassured Ghanaians he is committed to ensuring that government maintains its fiscal discipline in the face of a crucial election in 2016.

HO:
Deputy Minister breaks ground for School of Business at Ho Polyclinic
Wednesday, October 28 2015

The Deputy Volta Regional Minister Francis Ganyaglo has on Tuesday 27th October 2015 cut sod for the construction of a three storey building consisting of an administration block, and nine lecture halls towards the establishment of a school of business at the Ho Polytechnic.

SEKYERE A P:
Assembly constructs boreholes for 2 communities
Wednesday, October 28 2015

Residents Anyinofi and Seneso communities in the Sekyere Afram Plains district in the Ashanti Region have been boosted with the construction of two mechanized borehole facilities.

SOCIAL:
Mahama congratulates Allasane Quattara
Wednesday, October 28 2015

Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama has congratulated Allasane Dramane Ouattara of Cote D’Ivoire on his re-election victory.

DORMAA:
Chief elected Presiding Member of Dormaa Municipal Assembly
Wednesday, October 28 2015

Barimah Yeboah Kordie, the Aduanahene of the Dormaa Traditional Area, was on Monday elected as the Presiding Member for the Dormaa Municipal Assembly after the Assembly had failed to break the deadlock  in unsuccessful attempts a few weeks after its inauguration.

CAPE C:
Kakumdo MA Basic School gets Computer Laboratory
Thursday, October 29 2015

Mr. Gail Grant, a Swiss philanthropist, has built a computer laboratory for the pupils at Kakumdo MA Basic School in the Cape Coast North Constituency of the Central Region.

ATEBUBU:
Adolescent reproductive health project trains agents
Thursday, October 29 2015

The Ghana Adolescent Reproductive Health GHARH Project has held a two day training programme for 25 community based agents and surveillance volunteers in the Atebubu-Amantin district in Atebubu.

GA E:
MCE reminds members of their call to service as sub-committees are formed
Thursday, October 29 2015

The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of the Ga East Municipal Assembly (GEMA), Hon. John Kwao Sackey has re-echoed the call on Assembly Members to serve the interest of their electorates and the nation rather than seeking their own interest first.

SOCIAL:
US government to intervene in voter register ruckus
Thursday, October 29 2015

The US government says it is closely monitoring the brouhaha over Ghana’s electoral roll and will soon initiate work with parties to address the matter.

ELECTION 2016:
Public forum on voters’ register starts today
Thursday, October 29 2015

The much anticipated public forum on the call for a new voters’ register for next year’s elections will start today.

HEALTH:
FDA cautions public on food supplements
Thursday, October 29 2015

Mr Vigil Prah - Eshun, the Ashanti Regional Director of the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), has cautioned the public against patronizing health facilities that claim to use only food supplements to cure all sorts of diseases, as their wrongful use could be fatal.

PRESTEA:
Assembly completes CHPs compound for 4 communities
Thursday, October 29 2015

The Prestea Huni-Valley District Assembly has constructed four new Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compounds for Huniano, Abamkrom, Tarkwa- Breman and Benu- Nkwnta communities.

HEALTH:
TB ’joins HIV as most deadly infection’
Thursday, October 29 2015

Tuberculosis now ranks alongside HIV as the world’s most deadly infectious disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.

KWABRE E:
31st National Farmers day celebration launched
Friday, October 30 2015

In a bid to project farmers in the Kwabre East District for national and
international recognition and subsequent exploitation, spice has been
added to the National farmers’ day celebration in the district.

EC FORUM:
EC to respond to NPP’s allegations
Friday, October 30 2015


The Electoral Commission (EC) will soon respond to the New Patriotic Party’s(NPP) claims that the voters’ register is bloated.

BIRIM SOUTH:
Akyem Apreade JHS requests government’s intervention
Friday, October 30 2015

The management of the Akyem Apreade District Assembly Junior High School is appealing to the government to urgently intervene to help address the depressing condition under which pupils in the school are studying.

AMANSIE C:
Tweapease gets new health centre
Friday, October 30 2015

The new building replacing the Tweapease Health Centre which was burnt down a year and half ago has been reconstructed with new facilities. 

ASANTE A S:
John Agbesi Kennedy is new PM
Friday, October 30 2015

The Asante Akim South District Assembly yesterday successfully elected a new Presiding Member for the district for the next four years.

AWUTU-S E:
Municipal Assembly organizes budget hearing
Friday, October 30 2015

Dr. Nuhu Adams, Awutu-Senya East Municipal Chief Executive, has appealed to the Minister for Local Government and Rural Development to expedite action on the implementation of the Professor Bernneh’s Report in respect of the boundary dispute between them and the Ga South Assembly.

SOCIAL:
NSS personnel unpaid
Friday, October 30 2015

The National Service Secretariat (NSS) has failed to pay allowances of service persons after two months of posting, information reaching Ghanadistricts.com indicates.

HO WEST:
New nurses quarters for Hlefi community
Friday, October 30 2015

The Ho West District Assembly has committed some resources to construct a standard nurses’ quarters facility to complement the Hlefi health centre.

N JUABEN:
Let’s work in unity – PM
Friday, October 30 2015

The Presiding Member of the New Juaben Municipal Assembly, Hon. Michael Boadi-Sarpong has called on all Assembly members to work hand in hand to promote unity and exhibit a sense of patriotism in the Municipality.

KWAHU A P:
Motorbike for Donkorkrom births and deaths registry
Friday, October 30 2015

The Kwahu Afram Plains North District Birth and Death Registry has received a motorbike from the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development to support its activities in the District.

SOCIAL:
10 MMDAs achieve remarkable progress in sanitation in 100 days
Friday, October 30 2015

Ten Metropolitan and Municipal Assemblies (MMAs) in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area gathered to celebrate the results of 100-day action plans to improve sanitation in their respective assemblies.

KETA:
Anlo Traditional Council get new council hall
Saturday, October 31 2015

It is really exciting and in place that the Anlo Traditional Council be presented with an important gift on the occasion of the celebration of the Hogbetsotso Festival.

KWAHU A P N:
National births and deaths registration day held
Saturday, October 31 2015

This year’s National Births and Deaths Day have been observed at a colorful ceremony in Donkorkrom in the Kwahu Afram Plains North District of the Eastern Region.

TECHIMAN:
Assembly elects Presiding Member
Saturday, October 31 2015

Mr. Akwasi Yeboah Asuama, a 56 years old Social Studies and History tutor from Techiman senior High School (TESS) who was the Presiding Member (PM) of the Techiman Municipal Assembly from September 2013 to  March 2015, when the tenure of office expired, has been re-elected PM of the Assembly for the next four years.

N JUABEN:
Assembly approves 2016 budget
Saturday, October 31 2015

The elected Assembly Members and Government Appointees of the New Juaben Municipal Assembly have been advised to assist revenue collectors in the collection of taxes, fees, property rates and others which create revenues to the assembly to help in the development of the Municipality. 

POLITICS:
EC clarifies procedure for removal of names from Voters Register
Saturday, October 31 2015

Mrs Charlotte Osei, Chairperson of the Electoral Commission on Friday explained that deleting names from the voters’ register is based on law and not merely on emotion expressed by a group or an individual.