ACCCRA : Accra Ready to Host the World
Tuesday, February 27 2007
The Special Assistant to the Mayor of Accra, Mr. Ali Baba, has stated that Accra is ready to host the rest of the world come March 6th.
TWIFO : Denkyira to Honour Past Heroes
Wednesday, February 28 2007
The chiefs and people of the Denkyira traditional area will hold a durbar to honour three of their distinguished citizens who have served Ghana in diverse ways.
ACCRA :Ghana@50: No Blackout During Celebrations
Wednesday, February 28 2007
Ghana’s dwindling energy resources will receive a lifetime with the arrival of the first consignment of three power generating sets from donor sources.
ACCRA : Jubilee Fair Drawing Crowds
Wednesday, February 28 2007
The ongoing Jubilee Trade Fair is gaining momentum as visitor numbers to the trade fair centre keep increasing by the day. The exhibits are large and varied with record participation by local exhibitors as well as foreign ones.
ACCRA : "Oldest Building" in Accra Demolished
Wednesday, February 28 2007
Adawso House at James Town reputed to be one of the oldest buildings in Accra which the National Commission on Culture (NCC) and three other state institutions were seeking funds to restore as a national monument, has been demolished by the Church of Pentecost, to pave the way for the construction of a chapel.
SEKONDI (SAEMA) : Rousing Welcome for Freedom Flame
Wednesday, February 28 2007
The Shama Ahanta East Metropolis enthusiastically welcomed the freedom flame amidst brass band music and dancing.
ACCRA : Embossment: AMA Fails to Extend Deadline
Wednesday, February 28 2007
Sikkens requested for the extension of the deadline when the Accra Mayor Mr Stanley Agyiri Blankson visited the premises where the exercise is being undertaken.
AMANCHIA (ATWIMA NWABIAGYA): Compel Parents to Send Children to School - Chief
Wednesday, February 28 2007
The Chief of Amanchia in the Atwima-Nwabiagya District, Nana Afrifa Boasah II, has suggested the enactment of byelaws by the metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies that would compel irresponsible parents and guardians to send their children to school.
VOLTA : Ketu, Akatsi Get Share of Projects
Wednesday, February 28 2007
The Volta Regional Minister, Samuel Kofi Dzamesi, has cut a sod for the commencement of work on a number of projects estimated at 5.6 billion cedis during his visit to the Ketu and Akatsi districts.
OFFINSO : Adopt Effective Measures to Improve Revenue - Asa B
Wednesday, February 28 2007
The Minister of Local Government, Rural Development and Environment, Mr Stephen Asamoah-Boateng, has urged metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies to adopt pragmatic measures to improve their internally generated revenue.
AGONA SWEDRU :Load-Shedding Exercise Suspended Nation-wide
Wednesday, February 28 2007
The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) would as from March 1st, 2007 suspend the nation wide load-shedding exercise as the country prepare to celebrate her Golden Jubilee Anniversary on March 6, 2007.
ACCRA : March 6, 7 Declared Public Holidays
Wednesday, February 28 2007
The Ministry of the Interior has reminded the public that Tuesday, March 6, which is Independence Day is a statutory public holiday.
SUNYANI : Women Seek Improvement in their Lives
Wednesday, February 28 2007
Women’s groups in Brong Ahafo have called on the government to ensure the effective and efficient implementation of the Ghana Poverty Reduction Strategy II to help improve the quality of life of women.
Upper East : Tomato Farmers in Crisis
Wednesday, February 28 2007
The Member of Parliament for Chiana-Paga, Mr Abuga Pele, has called on government to step in and save tomato farmers in the Upper East Region who are faced with tomato glut.