Mr. Frederic Noble Baada, the Brong-Ahafo Regional Librarian, has given assurance that the mobile library service programme that would be operated on pilot basis in the region would commence during the first quarter of this year.
Mr. Paul Baffoe-Ansah, Nkoranza District Secretary of Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), has said the association would take on any company that would cause deductions to be made from the salaries of members without their knowledge.
Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDS) are to blame for payroll problems, Mr Christian Sottie, Controller and Accountant General, has said at a workers forum at Denu.
Strategic African Securities (SAS) Finance Group, advisors of the government on Ghana Golden Jubilee Savings Bond, is leading a team of experts to launch the bond in Europe and North America.
The Ghana Mineworkers Union (GMU), of the Trades Union Congress (TUC), has called on the management of Newmont Ghana Limited to unconditionally reinstate the company’s local union Chairman, Mr Kweku Shaibu.
The Amansie East District Assembly in Ashanti has within the last seven years constructed about 100 basic school blocks with offices, stores and sanitary facilities for some communities in the district.
Nana Effah Boakye, Brong-Ahafo Regional President of the Anti-bushfire squad has called on the youth to join the campaign in educating the people against the rampant destruction of the ecology through bush burning.
A five day national workers prayer conference and seminar under the theme “For you will break the yoke of their slavery”, has begun at Nyame Tease Prayer Center at Deasempah in the Techiman municipality.
A Sekondi District Magistrate’s Court has sentenced Stephen Afful, a 23-year old labourer, to 15 years imprisonment in hard labour, for stealing a ‘mountain’ bicycle valued at GH¢75 belonging to a Pastor.
A Takoradi Circuit Court has imposed a fine of GH¢60 each on four persons for attempting to stow away.
The Techiman municipal office of the Ghana National Fire Service recorded 15 fire outbreaks in January this year.
The Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission on February 2, this year will celebrate "World Wetland Day" aimed at raising public awareness of values and benefits of wetland for a common survival.
Mr Oppey Abbey, Member of Parliament for Awutu Senya, has thrown a challenge to his constituents to partner him to develop the human resource base to raise the standard of living of the people.
Malaria cases recorded in health facilities in the Gomoa District have dropped from 24,319 in 2004 to 11,977 in 2007.
One hundred and eighty kindergarten and lower primary school teachers in the Mfantseman District have attended a three-day in-service training in teaching reading skills at Saltpond, Mankessim and Essuehyia.
Universities in the country have been urged to become more innovative, entrepreneurial and creative in their quest for the provision of quality education.
Mrs. Gifty Affenyi-Dadzie, Member of the Council of State on Saturday led thousands of women in a non-denominational prayer and thanksgiving service at the forecourts of the State House.
A key member of the British Boxing Club currently in the country as guests of the Greater Amateur Boxing Association (GAABA) is displeased with the seizure of a boxing ring they brought into the country as a gift to their guests.
Dr. Frank D. Koole, a Dutch ophthalmologist, who had associated himself with the Dormaa Presbyterian Hospital in the Brong-Ahafo Region, presented an ophthalmic microscope to the health facility at Dormaa-Ahenkro.
The Very Reverend Father Andrew Amankwaa, Chancellor of the Sunyani Catholic Diocese, has urged family heads to organize their members to pool resources for the rehabilitation of sick and needy members.
Mr Gideon Quartey, Chairman of the Greater Accra Amateur Boxing Association (GAABA) has lamented the neglect of the Association’s activities by major stakeholders.
The Executive Director of Radio Peace in Winneba, Mr. David Ghartey Tagoe has observed that, the significance of the community radio concept in Ghana is gradually assuming a positive dimension in the media landscape.
Four feeder roads in the Nzema East District are to be tarred this year, under the government policy of tarring a total of fifteen kilometres of road network in each district in the country.
Mr. Richard Kwasi Hinneh, Nkoranza District Director of Health Services, has advised traditional birth attendants to refer cases beyond their competence early enough to hospitals to prevent maternal and infant mortality.
Mrs Rebecca Efiba Dadzie, Western Regional Director of Education, has advised governing boards of second cycle institutions to use regular visit to the schools to find solutions to challenges facing the authorities.
Mr Freeman Madzi, Executive Director of Abibiman Sankofa Cultural Movement (ASCUM), has appealed to members who benefited from the Poverty Alleviation Fund and defaulted to refund them.
Cocoa farmers in the Akim Oda Cocoa District of the Eastern Region, have been advised to ensure proper fermentation of the beans, before they are dried.
Cocoa farmers at Duakwa and surrounding communities in the Central Region, appealed to the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), to ensure that monies released to licensed cocoa buying companies in respect of bonuses reached the farmers.
Professor Sampson K. Agodzo, Rector of Wa Polytechnic has called for a purposeful and progressive pursuance of gender sensitive recruitment of staff and admission of students into polytechnics to enhance tertiary education delivery in the country.
Dr. Francis N.A Sowah, New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary Candidate for the La-Dadekotopon constituency, has donated five poly-tanks costing 6,000 Ghana Cedis to help solve the acute water shortage facing some communities in the area.
Participants at Wa Polytechnic Annual Research Conference have called for regular re-sourcing of programmes and continuous review of the curricular for a successful Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) to reflect the changing demands of industry in the country.
Dr Benjamin Aggrey Ntim, Minister of Communications said the academia, researchers, industry and government must work together to nurture policies and programmes to help promote free flow of ideas and maintain increase in the spread of knowledge at all levels.
A new inmate in the Kasoa Police cell was beaten up for failing to pay GH¢ 3.00 as latecomer’s fee to the ’landlord’ of the cell.
The Environmental Health and Sanitation Unit of the newly created Awutu-Senya District Assembly is collating date on social amenities and facilities available for an effective and efficient administration.
Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, Second Deputy Governor of Bank of Ghana (BOG), has said the bank had abolished its policy of approving loans above GHc 2,000 mark in a bid to empower and strengthen the capacity of rural and community banks.
A total of 972 hectares of teak plantation has been cultivated in the Asubinma Forest Reserve, which spans through Techiman Municipality and Nkoranza District in Brong Ahafo and Offinso in Ashanti Region.
The Teachers and Educational Workers Union (TEWU) of the Trades Union Congress have commended the government for granting the Vice Chancellors of Ghana (VCG) the mandate to negotiate with the union.