DENKYEMBOUR:
Denkyembour to get a Community Senior High School
Friday, March 13 2015

The Denkyembour district is to benefit from the next batch of community based Senior High Schools with the citing of one at Takowrase.

BUSINESS:
SIM card re-registration to start by end of 2015
Tuesday, March 31 2015

All mobile phone SIM cards will be re-registered after the National Identification Authority (NIA) finishes distributing the Ghana Cards to citizens by the end of the year, deputy Minister of Communication Mr Ato Sarong has said.

Keta MP supports KeYA quize competition
Monday, March 30 2015

The Member of Parliament for Keta, Hon. Richard Quashigah has pledged his support towards any positive effort aims at helping Keta regain its academic excellence as was the case in the past. 

EDUCATION:
268,771 secondary students begin 2015 WASSCE today
Monday, March 30 2015

The 2015 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) begins today across the country.

GA C:
Residents “mad” at new waste management companies
Monday, March 30 2015

Some residents living in Taborah in the Anyaa Sowutuom Constituency have complained bitterly about the services of some of the waste management companies operating in the area. 

GA C:Residents “mad” at new waste management companies
Tuesday, March 31 2015

Some residents living in Taborah in the Ga Central have complained bitterly about the services of some of the waste management companies operating in the area. 

NZEMA E:
Govt would turn Community Day Schools into boarding
Tuesday, March 31 2015

President John Dramani Mahama has said the Community Day Senior Schools that his administration is constructing would eventually be provided with boarding facilities.

HEALTH:
Managers of health institutions urged to be innovative
Sunday, March 01 2015

Dr Ebenezer Appiah-Denkyira, Director General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), has urged managers of public health facilities to be innovative and generate funds for the running of their facilities.

EJISU J:
Adako Jackie Gets Water
Sunday, March 01 2015

A mechanized borehole for the people of Adako Jackie community in the Ejisu-Juaben municipality of the Ashanti Region has been commissioned.

SOCIAL:
Businesses in Accra to close for March 4 strike
Monday, March 02 2015

The business community will on Wednesday, March 4, close down all their shops in protest against the proposed implementation of the Ghana Conformity Assessment Programme (G-CAP) and the Advance Shipment Information.

SECURITY:
Recruitment scam attracts hundreds to six police depots
Monday, March 02 2015

Hundreds of young men and women who turned up at five police training depots last Saturday for enlistment into the Ghana Police Service left disappointed.

KETA:
Agorvinu, Lawoshieme JHS 3 students receive solar lamps
Monday, March 02 2015

Third year students in two communities in the Keta Municipality have been spared the trouble of the current energy crises having been provided with solar lamps.

MPOHOR:
DCE calls for Stakeholder support
Monday, March 02 2015

The Chief Executive for Mpohor District in the Western Region, Mr. Anthony Bassaw has called on various stakeholders to collectively work towards improving the standard of education in the area.

HO W:
DISTRICT LEVEL ELECTIONS:I feel disappointed by the cancellation-PM
Monday, March 02 2015

The Presiding Member of the Ho West District Assembly, Mathew Mensah Atsrim said he is disappointed at the cancellation of the district level elections that was initially slated for March 3, 2015.

SOCIAL:
MMDAs blow ¢467m as Auditor General cries over lack
Monday, March 02 2015

An amount of 476 million Ghana cedis could not be accounted for by various ministries, departments and agencies, according to the latest Auditor General’s report covering the year 2013.

ASUNAFO S:
Sankore SHS celebrates 5th anniversary
Monday, March 02 2015

The Sankore Senior High School (SAHIS) in the Asunafo South District of the Brong Ahafo on Saturday celebrated its 5th Anniversary and 1st Speech and Prize-Giving day with the call for proper training of the youth to obtain discipline to contribute meaningfully to the development of the nation.

ECONOMICS:
BoG to shutdown 40 illegal microfinance firms
Tuesday, March 03 2015

The Central Bank will soon close down forty illegal microfinance companies across the country.

KRACHI W:
WAEC approves Kete-Krachi Nov/Dec Exams centre
Tuesday, March 03 2015

The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has approved examination centres at Kete-Krachi to enable candidates write the exam without traveling to far places.

ATEBUBU:
Police call off investigations
Tuesday, March 03 2015

The Brong Ahafo regional police command has called off investigations into acts of vandalism following a land dispute between the Tijaniya Muslim sect and the Seventh Day Adventist church in Atebubu which led to the burning down of a mission house belonging to the SDA.

CAPE C:
EC is arrogant- Assemblyman fumes
Tuesday, March 03 2015

Though the Electoral Commission is currently making efforts to get a new CI prepared before Parliament to enable it organize the District Assembly Elections soon, some assembly members are still not comfortable with the present happenings.

SOCIAL:
Electoral Commission prepares new legislation on district polls
Tuesday, March 03 2015

The Electoral Commission (EC) on Monday said it would prepare a new legislation to be passed by Parliament before fresh nominations were taken for the District Level Elections.

AGONA W:
MP assists 5 schools with toilet facilities
Wednesday, March 04 2015

Construction of sanitary facilities, including toilet, and urinals in five selected basic schools in the Agona West constituency in the Central Region are at various stages of completion.

ECONOMICS:
Drop in oil prices likely to affect 2015 budget
Thursday, March 05 2015

Major Daniel Sowah Ablorh-Quarcoo (Rtd), Chairman, Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) has said the drop in the global price of oil would have serious impact on Government revenue thereby compromising its ability to finance its budget for 2015 and beyond.

AMA:
Roads to be closed for Independence Day Parade
Thursday, March 05 2015

Some public roads in Accra will be temporarily closed tomorrow Friday March 6, 2015 due to the impending 58th Independence Anniversary celebrations.

AMA:
Roads to be closed for Independence Day Parade
Thursday, March 05 2015

Some public roads in Accra will be temporarily closed tomorrow Friday March 6, 2015 due to the impending 58th Independence Anniversary celebrations.

POLITICS:
Ashanti Regional Minister, Deputy dismissed
Wednesday, March 04 2015

President John Dramani Mahama has with immediate effect withdrawn the appointment of Ashanti Regional Minister, Samuel K. Sarpong, and his Deputy, Joseph Yammin.

HEALTH:
Facilitate payment of NHIS’s indebtedness - GMA
Wednesday, March 04 2015

The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) on Tuesday urged the Ministry of Health (MOH) to address the indebtedness of the NHIA to public health facilities.

BIRIM N:
6-unit block for Afosu Islamic Primary nears completion
Wednesday, March 04 2015

The woes of students of the Afosu Islamic Primary School in the Birim North District in the Eastern Region will soon be addressed as the District Assembly has invested to provide them with modern school block.

HEALTH:
Gov’t has paid us GHC 1.06m but… – NHIA
Thursday, March 05 2015

The National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) has confirmed that the Health Ministry has indeed released an amount of GHC 1.06 million for the payment of the scheme’s service providers.

CAPE C:
Cape Coast school for deaf and blind calls for support
Friday, March 06 2015

Established in 1970, the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind, with a current student population of 522 students, is confronted with some challenges that call for immediate attention to provide the school with a conducive environment for academic work.

SOCIAL:
African leaders meet in Accra to draw road map for Pan African agenda
Friday, March 06 2015

African leaders have gathered here in Accra to discuss and concretize a new road map for the Pan African Agenda.

SOCIAL:
It’ll rain on Independence Day – Meteo warns
Friday, March 06 2015

The Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMA) has served notice there will be a downpour on Independence Day.

INDEPENDENCE DAY:
Prez. Mahama lights perpetual flame
Friday, March 06 2015

President John Dramani Mahama has light the Perpetual Flame at the Independence Square in central Accra, Ghana to mark this years Independence Day celebration March 6, 2015.

INDEPENDENCE DAY:
Nine schools join 58th year celebration
Friday, March 06 2015

Only nine Basic and Senior High Schools in the Greater Accra Region participated in today’s 58th Independence Day Celebration at the Black Star Square in Accra.

INDEPENDENCE DAY:
Mahama charges Peace Council
Friday, March 06 2015

President John Dramani Mahama has called on the National Peace Council to join the cause of encouraging Ghanaians to realize their roots and dignities as means of promoting national development.

AKATSI N:
Let’s remain united for dev’t - DCE
Saturday, March 07 2015

The DCE of the Akatsi North District, Mr. James Gunu has admonished the public against any divisive tendencies and petty politics that may threaten the peace and unity of the country.

N JUABEN:
Coordinator calls for change in methodology in HIV response
Saturday, March 07 2015

The Eastern Regional HIV Coordinator of the National AIDS Control Programme, Dr Emmanuel Amoah has called for a change in the methodology in the implementation of the country’s HIV response strategy.

HO:
FDA to remove bogus medical devices from the system
Saturday, March 07 2015

The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), intends to exclude sub-standard medical devices from the system by rigorously following the regulatory procedures.

TRANSPORTATION:
Gov’t to spend one billion dollars on road construction
Sunday, March 08 2015

President John Dramani Mahama said the Government would spend one billion dollars annually for the next five years to construct roads across the country.

POLITICS:
Minister orders assemblies to prosecute offending residents
Sunday, March 08 2015

Mr Paul Evans Aidoo, the Western Regional Minister, has ordered the assemblies to prosecute residents who did not partake in the National Sanitation Day exercise.

SOCIAL:
Women to get reserved jobs in Affirmative Action Bill
Sunday, March 08 2015

Gender and Social Protection minister Nana Oye Lithur says Ghana is on the verge of “making history” in the push for affirmative action which will see women get reserved jobs.

TRANSPORTATION:
Gov’t to spend USD 5 billion on roads
Monday, March 09 2015

President John Dramani Mahama has revealed that government will spend one billion dollars annually for the next five years to construct roads across the country.

SECURITY:
Minister shocked over possible involvement of Timbilla in scam
Monday, March 09 2015

The Minister of Interior, Mr Mark Woyongo has expressed shock at the alleged involvement of the Director-General in charge of Police Human Resource, COP Patrick Timbilla, in the recent Police recruitment scam.

AKATSI N:
District receives 350 waste bins
Monday, March 09 2015

The Akatsi North District in the Volta Region received three hundred and fifty waste bins to help improve sanitation in the district.

ENERGY:
2013 Tariff Reduction Cause Of Current Dumsor - PURC
Tuesday, March 10 2015

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) is blaming the worsening power crisis partly on a forced electricity tariff reduction in 2013.

SOCIAL:
Mobile phone users to pay more
Tuesday, March 10 2015

Mobile phone users are likely to pay more for on-net calls they make, if a new directive from the National Communications Authority (NCA) is implemented.

HEALTH:
2,433 Pregnant Women Tested HIV In ER
Tuesday, March 10 2015

The Eastern Regional HIV Coordinator of the National AIDS Control Programme, Dr Emmanuel Amoah, has called for a change in the methodology in the implementation of the country’s HIV response strategy.

JIRAPA:
DCE opens bi-annual inter-school games and athletics
Tuesday, March 10 2015

In a bid to form a formidable team to participate in the next level of sporting games in the upper west region, the Jirapa zone sport federation has organized the biannual inter-school games and athletics competition for senior high schools.

SOCIAL:
RHC urged to operate within standard
Tuesday, March 10 2015

Managers of Residential Home Care (RHC) in the country have been advised to operate within standard set out for their effective operations.

ASOKORE M:
MCE calls for unity,dedication towards nation building
Tuesday, March 10 2015

The Municipal Chief Executive for Asokore Mampong in the Ashanti Region has advised Ghanaians to be more dedicated towards nation building particularly in improving on legacies we inherited from our forefathers.

POLITICS:
EC demands GHs90m to conduct fresh district elections
Wednesday, March 11 2015

The Electoral Commission (EC) is asking government to provide an additional 90 million Ghana cedis to reorganize the District Level Elections, after spending 317 million Ghana cedis on the failed March 3, 2015 elections.

ATEBUBU:
Marks 58th independence anniversary
Wednesday, March 11 2015

A colorful parade of school children and voluntary organizations marked the 58th independence anniversary celebration in the Atebubu-Amantin district.

N JUABEN:
Koforidua roads to be asphalted
Wednesday, March 11 2015

Roads in Koforidua, the capital of the New Juaben Municipal Assembly in the Eastern Region are to receive major facelift this year, the Municipal Chief Executive, Dr. Kwaku Owusu Acheampong has disclosed.

EJISU J:
Ghanaians urged to remain focus on national dev’t -MCE
Wednesday, March 11 2015

The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Ejisu-Juaben, Mr. Kwaku Afrifa Yamoah-Ponko has urged Ghanaians to use the 58th Independence anniversary to reflect on what they could do to facilitate national development.

OFFINSO N:
872 girls benefits from scholarship package
Wednesday, March 11 2015

The Offinso North District Director of Education, Mr. Simon Odei Nyarko has expressed gratitude at the gains made in the educational sector in the district.

DORMAA:
Fifteen students receive awards
Wednesday, March 11 2015

Fifteen Junior High School (JHS) students have received the Dormaa Central Municipal Chief Executive’s (MCE’s) Special Award(CESA) for their excellent performance in the 2014 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).

ASANTE A N:
Assembly establishes fund to support needy students
Thursday, March 12 2015

The Asante-Akim North District Assembly has earmarked GH¢ 35,000 in support of the academic pursuit of brilliant but needy students in the area.

ATEBUBU:
480 undergo training in food safety
Thursday, March 12 2015

About 480 food vendors in the Atebubu-Amantin district of the Brong Ahafo region have benefited from a two day training exercise in basic food safety.

ECONOMICS:
Finance Minister presents budget review today
Thursday, March 12 2015

Finance Minster, Seth Terpker, will this morning present a budget review to parliament – four months after the main 2015 budget was presented.

ECONOMICS:
Economic prospects bright despite fall in crude oil prices — Terkper
Friday, March 13 2015

The Minister of Finance, Mr Seth Terkper, yesterday presented a statement on the effects of the fall in crude oil prices on the economy, saying that in spite of the challenge, the medium-term prospects of the economy were bright.

DENKYEMBOUR:
District to get a Community SHS
Friday, March 13 2015

The Denkyembour district is to benefit from the next batch of community based Senior High Schools with the citing of one at Takowrase.

GOMOA W:
Gov’t to distribute 10,000 sandals this year- DCE
Friday, March 13 2015

Government will this year distribute over ten thousand locally produced made-in-Ghana sandals to pupils in selected communities, the District Chief Executive for Gomoa west, Mr. Theophilus-Aidoo Mensah has said.

BUILSA S:
Malaria case in the district to reduce by 75 per cent
Friday, March 13 2015

The Builsa South District Health Directorate is targeting to reduce the incidence of malaria cases by 75 per cent among children below age five and pregnant women which presently stands at 7,828 cases.

SOCIAL:
We’ll resist IMF-instigated job cuts – TUC
Friday, March 13 2015

The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has reiterated its stance to resist any intervention from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that will worsen the plight of Ghanaian workers.

POLITICS:
Sports Ministry suffers another reshuffle
Saturday, March 14 2015

The Sports Ministry has suffered yet another reshuffle as Mahama Ayariga as been reassigned to the Environment Ministry.

POLITICS:
MP angry over local gov’t’s new directive
Saturday, March 14 2015

A former Local Government Minister and Member of Parliament for Wa West, Joseph Yileh Chireh, has criticised a deputy Local Government and Rural Development Minister, Nii Lamptey Vanderpuije, for wrongful conduct.

ECONOMICS:
Debt situation not entirely our fault – Terkper
Sunday, March 15 2015

Mr. Seth Terkper, Minister of Finance, has said that the current public debt situation was not entirely the doing of the current administration.

HEALTH:
WHO issues first Hepatitis B treatment guidelines
Sunday, March 15 2015

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued it’s first-ever guidance for the treatment of chronic Hepatitis B.

CAPE C:
Philanthropist donates to Cape Coast Teaching Hospital
Sunday, March 15 2015

Mr. Clement Adu Twum, a Ghanaian Information and Communication Technology (ICT) consultant, based in the Netherlands, has donated ultra-modern ICT and medical equipment, worth over 800,000 Euros to the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital (CCTH), to help improve healthcare delivery at the facility.

POLITICS:
Collins Dauda is new LGRD Minister
Monday, March 16 2015

The Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development now has a substantive minister in the person of Alhaji Collins Dauda who was formerly the Minister for Water Resources, Works and Housing.

AOWIN:
ENCHICO graduates 166 new teachers
Monday, March 30 2015

One hundred and sisty-six newly trained teachers have graduated from the Enchi College of Education (ENCHICO) in the Aowin District of the Western Region over the weekend.

AKATSI N:
Directive to MMDCEs, reminder of core mandate - Gunu
Monday, March 16 2015

The District Chief Executive of the Akatsi North District, Mr. James Gunu has indicated that the Directive from the Local Government and Rural Development Ministry to Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs) to take over the day-to-day administrative functions of their Assemblies was just a reminder of their core duties.

ATEBUBU:
Education receives big boost
Monday, March 16 2015

World Vision Ghana WVG, Atebubu Development Programme ADP have presented reading and arithmetic materials worth GH₵78,350.00 to the Atebubu-Amantin district directorate of education.

DORMAA:
Assembly presents cheques to disabled persons
Tuesday, March 17 2015

The Dormaa Municipal Assembly has presented cheques for GHs 6,745.00 to 16 members of the Ghana Federation of the Disabled (GFD) out of an amount of GHs 9,000.00 allocated to the Federation by the assembly.

ENERGY:
ECG installs 2,853 prepaid meters in offices
Tuesday, March 17 2015

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has installed 2,853 prepaid meters in the offices and bungalows of ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs).

NZEMA E:
Assembly receives 1,500 cylinders, stoves
Tuesday, March 17 2015

Government has begun distributing the over 50,000 Liquefied petroleum gas cylinders and stoves to various rural communities across the country.

GA S: Residents assured of portable water supply
Tuesday, March 17 2015

The Member of Parliament for Bortianor in the Greater Accra Region, Hon. Bright Edward Kodzo Demordzi has assured constituents of government’s tireless efforts to end the area’s prevailing water crisis this year.

BUSINESS:
Set up USD500m fund for private businesses – Entrepreneur Foundation
Wednesday, March 18 2015

The President of Entrepreneur Foundation, Ato Sam Gaisie has charged government to set up a 500 million dollar special fund for private businesses to help sustain their operations due to the current economic challenges.

KUMAWU:
Support gov’t to transform economy-DCE
Wednesday, March 18 2015

District Chief Executive of Kumawu, Samuel Asiamah has reiterated the need for unity and oneness among Ghanaians to help transform the economy of the nation.

GA E:
Clear airwaves on rumored dissolution of assembly - Ministry urged
Wednesday, March 18 2015

An Assembly Member of Ga East Municipal Assembly in the Greater Accra Region has called on the Local Government ministry (MLGRD) to clear the airwaves on the rumored dissolution of current assembly members in the various Metropolitan, Municipal and District assemblies.

EJISU J
: Caterers upgrade skills
Thursday, March 19 2015

A training workshop to sharp the skills of caterers and also help promote customer care and food safety in the Ejisu-Juaben municipality of the Ashanti Region is under way at Ejisu.

ENERGY:
Energy crisis to improve soon - ECG assures
Thursday, March 19 2015

The Electricity Company of Ghana has assured Ghanaians that the current load shedding will improve soon.

JIRAPA:
2014 Ghana’s Most Beautiful gives to pupils
Thursday, March 19 2015

The 2014 winner of Ghana’s Most Beautiful pageant, Baci has paid a visit to the Jirapa District and distributed 1000 exercise books to pupils in fulfillment of her project to improve basic education.

SOCIAL:
SADA launches 2015 Business and Investment Forum
Friday, March 20 2015

The Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) has moved beyond its core mandate of agricultural transformation in the Northern Savannah Ecological Zone (NSEZ) to organize a five-day Business and Investment Forum in Tamale christened, “SABIF 2015.”

HEALTH:
KATH begs for support
Friday, March 20 2015

Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), the nation’s second largest referral facility, has expressed deep worry over rising utility bills, something that is putting severe strain on its finances, leading to the hospital begging for donations.

SOCIAL: Judicial Service moves to decongest prisons
Friday, March 20 2015

The Judicial Service has dedicated the months of April and May 2015 solely to the hearing of cases involving remandees. That forms part of measures by the service to decongest the prisons which are currently over-populated.

LEKMA:
Residents lauds gov’t over sea-water desalination plant
Friday, March 20 2015

Some residents of Nungua in the Ledzokuku Krowor Municpality in the Greater Accra Region, has commended the John Mahama led administration for completing the Teshie-Nungua sea-water desalination project to help solve the intermittent water supply in the area.

ENERGY:
Ghana Gas starts commercial operations April
Thursday, March 19 2015

Ghana Gas Company is set to produce gas in commercial quantities in April this year, the Petroleum Minister has revealed.

ATEBUBU:
Parents present communique to DCE
Friday, March 20 2015

Parents of 525 beneficiaries of the Complimentary Basic Education CBE project from 15 communities in the Atebubu-Amantin district have presented a communiqué to the District Chief Executive Mr. Sampson Owusu Boateng.

ATEBUBU:
1,145 girls receive scholarship items
Tuesday, March 31 2015

A total of 1,145 junior high school girls from 35 schools across the Atebubu-Amantin district have received items worth GH₵ 232,771.75 under the Girls PASS Scholarship Scheme.

CAPE C:
WASSCE starts smoothly in Cape Coast
Tuesday, March 31 2015

This year’s West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) took off  in the Cape Coast Metropolis on Monday morning without any hitch, according to Ghana News Agency (GNA) Checks.

ASUNAFO N:
35 women trained in baking and confectionery
Tuesday, March 31 2015

The Business Advisory Centre (BAC) in collaboration with Government of Ghana (GoG) through the Asunafo North Municipal Assembly (ANMA), International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and African Development Bank (AfDB) has trained 35 women in baking and confectionery at Ayomso in the Asunafo North Municipal of the Brong Ahafo Region.

PRESIDENCY:
UN Commends Prez Mahama
Saturday, March 21 2015

The United Nations (UN) has commended President John Dramani Mahama for his leadership, foresight, courage and inspirational role to host the UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER) in Accra.

SOCIAL: Ministry celebrates World Water Day
Saturday, March 21 2015

Government would ensure that its citizens had the water they needed to live healthy, happy and productive lives, astatement signed by Deputy Minister of Water Resources, Works and Housing, said.

AGRICULTURE: Farmers to get Free Seedlings and Fertilizer
Saturday, March 21 2015

The Government is offering 50 million free cocoa seedlings and bags of fertilizer to farmers to help improve their yield and income, Mr Mike Ofori Darko, District Chief Executive (DCE) for Ayensuano, said.

EDUCATION:
Deaf School appeals for support for hole- in Heart Pupil
Sunday, March 22 2015

The Kibi Unit School for the Deaf has launched an appeal for Kwaku Kotei, a 12 year old deaf and dumb kindergarten pupil who has been diagnosed with a hole in heart.

SECURITY:
2 caged over police scam
Sunday, March 22 2015

The two key suspects believed to have masterminded the recent recruitment scandal that hit the Ghana Police Service have been remanded into police custody by an Accra Circuit Court.

TRANSPORTATION:
GPRTU to provide dustbins in commercial vehicles
Sunday, March 22 2015

The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU), has launched a programme in Koforidua to provide all its vehicles with dust bins to help improve sanitation in the country.

ENERGY:
‘Dumsor’ to end soon – Mahama assures
Monday, March 23 2015

President John Dramani Mahama has reiterated his pledge to end the current power crisis currently facing the country.

SECURITY:
Heavy security deployed to Kunbungu, Mashegu
Monday, March 23 2015

A heavy police and military contingent has been deployed to Kunbungu and Mashegu, both in the Northern Region, following clashes in the two towns Sunday evening.

AMA:
Transport ordeals: residents call for motorable roads
Monday, March 23 2015

The onset of the raining season has increased worries of residents of Ablekuma Central Constituency in the Greater Accra Region over their roads.

AKATSI N:
Dissolution of Assembly will not affect projects - Gunu
Tuesday, March 24 2015

Mr James Gunu, the Akatsi North District Chief Executive, has said the Assembly remained focused on its development agenda regardless of the dissolution of the last Assembly.

NZEMA E:
10 communities provided with solar powered boreholes
Tuesday, March 24 2015

Ten communities in the Nzema East Municipality in the Western Region have being provided with potable water, through the construction and installation of solar powered mechanized boreholes .

HEALTH:
WHO Commends Ghana despite TB Detection Challenges
Wednesday, March 25 2015

The World Health Organisation has commended Ghana for the tremendous progress made in fighting Tuberculosis despite the challenges of detecting cases.

KRACHI N:
25 year man beheads father
Tuesday, March 31 2015

A 25 year old man is suspected to have beheaded his father at Kwame-Akura near Chinderi in the Krachi Nchumuru District of the Volta Region.

E AKIM:
Bunso residents benefit from water project
Tuesday, March 31 2015

A Project Officer of SOS Children’s Village Family Strengthening Programme, Ms Patricia Mietona Kunchire, says water project remains crucial under the institution’s community development strategies targeted to improve the lives of people living in the communities.

EJISU J:
Ghanaians advised to be instruments of Grace
Tuesday, March 31 2015

The Parish Priest of the St. Anthony’s Catholic Church at Ejisu, Ejisu Rev. Fr. Gregory Nkansah Amponsah has urged Ghanaians especially Christians to be the instruments of God for the improvement of society. 

PRESIDENCY:
Mahama calls for new voter’s register in Togo
Wednesday, March 25 2015

Ghana’s President and Chairman of Ecowas, John Mahama, has helped resolve a threatening political dispute in Togo by endorsing a decision to postpone the election originally scheduled for April 15 to May 25, 2015.

GA S:
Residents cry for help
Wednesday, March 25 2015

Most residents in the Weija-Gbawe enclave in the Ga South Municipality felt neglected as they claim not much is happening to improve basic amenities in the area.

HEALTH:
Dr. Rahmen speaks more on Diabetes
Thursday, March 26 2015

Ghanahospitals.org, the hub of information on health related issues, this week took a swift look at the disease Diabetes. And our quest to find out more on the disease took us to Consulting Room 1 of The Community Hospital at Ashongman Estate in the Ga East Municipality to have Dr. Mrs. Amidah Rahmen’s take on this deadly disease.

ENERGY:
Load shedding to improve in July-PURC
Thursday, March 26 2015

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) has assured Ghanaians that the severe energy crises the country is presently faced with will improve by July this year.

BUSINESS:
Poultry farmers to benefit from modern facility
Thursday, March 26 2015

Poultry farmers in Brong Ahafo and the three Northern regions would soon be hooked to the Ghana National Broiler Revitalization Project (GHABROP) to increase locally produced poultry products. 

HEALTH:
NHIS cardholders get lifeline
Thursday, March 26 2015

National Health Insurance Service providers have suspended plans to withdraw services to NHIS cardholders.

LaNMMA:
ILGS launches new centre of excellence
Thursday, March 26 2015

The Institute of Local Government Studies, ILGS has added a new centre of excellence, “Centre for Geospatial Intelligence Services, CGIS” to its existing ones.

NZEMA E:
President inspects Bamianko Community Day SHS today
Friday, March 27 2015

President John Dramani Mahama is expected to inspect work on the community Day Senior High School at Bamianko in the Nzema East Municipality in the Western Region.

ECONOMICS:
PURC announces marginal increases inQ2 Tariffs
Friday, March 27 2015

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC), has announced a minimal increase of 2.63 per cent in electricity tariffs for the second quarter of 2015, starting from April 1.

ENERGY:
Agenda to end "dumsor" on course - Prez Mahama
Saturday, March 28 2015

President John Mahama has assured efforts to restore the power deficit that has plunged the country into a severe nationwide load-shedding exercise will soon yield success.

HEALTH:
Ghana AIDS ambassadors to reduce mother to child transmission
Saturday, March 28 2015

The Heart–to-Heart (H2H) Ambassadors of the Ghana AIDS Commission have kick-started the “H2H ANC Caravan”, a campaign aimed at reaching pregnant women with information on HIV treatment services.

AMA:
Install more street lights to mitigate crime – Okponglo residents
Monday, March 30 2015

Some streets in the East Legon enclave in the Accra Metropolitan Assembly are still without street lights and residents said a number of people have had bitter experiences because of the absence of the street lights.