KWAHU E:
Committee recommend ways of improving revenue base
Tuesday, May 01 2012

As a means of ensuring a sustainable source of funding to undertake crucial development projects in the Kwahu East District, the Executive Committee of the Assembly has brought to the fore some forecast that could help in the realization of this plan.

SUNYANI:
Ghanaians to mark International Workers day today
Tuesday, May 01 2012

Ghanaian workers across the country will today May 1, 2012 join the international community to commemorate this year’s International Workers day also known as May Day, at Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region.

WA:
Assembly constructs drain for Jahan College
Tuesday, May 01 2012

The Wa Municipal Assembly is committing attention to enhance drains in certain educational institutions in the Wa township.

CAPE C:
New administration block for Academy of Christ School
Tuesday, May 01 2012

With funding from the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETfund), the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly in the Central Region is putting up a new administration block for the Academy of Christ the King School.

SUHUM:
Apedwa road to be completed soon – Joe Gidisu
Tuesday, May 01 2012

The Minister of Road Highways, Joe Gidisu has assured motorist who ply the Apedwa stretch of the Accra-Kumasi road that his outfit is doing everything possible to put that road in good shape. 

ECONOMY:
Ghana and Korea sign 122.7 million dollars agreements
Tuesday, May 01 2012

Ghana and the Republic of Korea on Monday signed two loan agreements totaling 122.7 million dollars to boost the supply of water and meet the increasing demand for electricity.

SAWLA:
Govt introduces 2 new vaccines
Tuesday, May 01 2012

The District Chief Executive for Sawla Tuna Kalba District in the Northen Region, Mumuni Isaac Dramani has launched two new vaccines in the area known as Pnemococal and rotavirus. 

WA:
Municipality to get electricity sub-station
Tuesday, May 01 2012

Designs for the construction of a new electricity sub-station which will stabilize power in the Upper West Region have been completed.

HEALTH:
Responsible parenthood needed to reduce maternal mortality - Naadu Mills
Wednesday, May 02 2012

The First Lady, Dr Ernestina Naadu Mills has said there is the need to re-emphasize the need for responsible parenthood to reduce maternal mortality in the country.  

HOHOE:
Water situation to get worse as population increases
Wednesday, May 02 2012

The 2012 United Nations report on freshwater resources, the World Water Development Report, has said about four billion people lack access to safe water.

ASUNAFO N:
Manhyia gets GHs 1.2 million drainage facility
Wednesday, May 02 2012

The construction of a GH¢ 1.2 million drainage facility at Manhyia in the Asunafo North Municipality has brought relief to residents.

 

FANTEAKWA:
DCE urges Area Councils to improve performance
Wednesday, May 02 2012

Chief Executive of the Fanteakwa District has bemoaned the poor performance of Urban/Town/Area Councils in the district and called on them to sit up. 

 

SOCIAL:
More jobs with $3bn loan- President Mills
Wednesday, May 02 2012

President John Evans Atta Mills has assured Ghanaians that more jobs would be created in the country with the $3 billion Chinese loan to mitigate the unemployment situation in the country.

TMA:
Kpone-Katamanso benefits from UESP projects
Wednesday, May 02 2012

Kpone-Katamanso, a Sub-metro in the Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) has benefited from a number of enviable development projects under the Urban Environmental and Sanitation Project (UESP) II.

YENDI:
Assembly to rehabilitate school blocks affected by rainstorm
Wednesday, May 02 2012

Some school blocks affected by rainstorm in the Yendi Municipality have been earmarked for rehabilitation to pave way for smooth teaching and learning.

SABOBA:
Two new health projects to take-off soon
Wednesday, May 02 2012

The Saboba District Assembly in collaboration with the Ministry of Health has decided to support the Saboba Hospital to acquire two additional blocks to enhance healthcare delivery at the facility.

KARAGA:
Assembly awards contract to construct 3 roads
Wednesday, May 02 2012

At least three feeder roads in the Karaga District have been scheduled for reconstruction to improve roads linking farming communities.

SUNYANI:
B/A policy fair 2012 launched
Thursday, May 03 2012

The Minister of Information, Fritz Baffour on Wednesday May 2 officially launched the Brong Ahafo Regional Policy fair 2012 at the Sunyani Polytechnic. 

TMA:
100 pupils awarded scholarships
Thursday, May 03 2012

 

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA), has awarded scholarships to 100 brilliant,  but needy basic school students in the metropolis, to enable them to complete their education.

 

SISSALA E:
More school furniture to boost quality education
Thursday, May 03 2012

About 6,000 set of school furniture has been distributed to various schools in the Sissala East District, as a step to promoting quality education in the area.

GA E:
Madina benefits from PURC water project
Thursday, May 03 2012

Madina, an area in the Ga East Municipality has benefitted from a water project being initiated in the country by the Public Utility Regulatory Commission (PURC) dubbed ‘Pro-Poor Water Project’.

AGONA E:
Swedru Hospital receives $8000 equipment
Thursday, May 03 2012

Membership of Obaasima,a Ghanaian club based in South Africa, in collaboration with MoneyGram in Ghana, has donated hospital equipment valued over $8,000 to the Agona Swedru Municipal Hospital.

GUSHIEGU:
Assembly delivers furniture to Kindergarten schools
Thursday, May 03 2012

The Gushiegu District Assembly has allocated portions of its Common Fund towards securing school furniture to promote education at the foundational level.

ASIKUMA:
Breman Asikuma Hospital receives support
Thursday, May 03 2012

The Asikuma/Odoben/Brakwa District Assembly in the Central Region has donated valuable items to Breman Asikuma Hospital to improve health delivery in the hospital.

NEW JUABEN:
NYEP creates avenue for more jobs
Thursday, May 03 2012

Beneficiaries of the National Youth Employment Programme in the New -Juaben Municipality have increased from 353 in 2008 to 2000 in 2012, the MCE Alex Asamoah has said.

GA E:
GAEC wins court case over Atomic land
Thursday, May 03 2012

The Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC) has won the contentious court case concerning the litigation over the parcel of land around the Atomic Junction area in the Ga East Municipality.

CHEREPONI:
CAMFED makes strides in education
Thursday, May 03 2012

The Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) in collaboration with the District Assembly and the Ghana Education Service at Chereponi District in the Northern Region has impacted positively in improving academic performance at the Chereponi Senior High School.   

ECONOMICS:
Bawumia Got It All Wrong - Govt
Friday, May 04 2012

The government has described as mischievous and untenable the statement of the New Patriotic Party’s running mate, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia, to the effect that the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) had doubtful credibility.

SHAMA:
Assembly reports on revenue generation
Friday, May 04 2012

The Shama District Assembly has from January to March this year collected GHȼ86,177.29 as against the estimated GHȼ94,999.03 from its Internally Generated Funds (IGF).

S TONGU:
SOGASCO old students call for protection of school land
Friday, May 04 2012

The old students of Sogakope Secondary School (SOGASCO) wishes to bring to the attention of the President and the entire country that the school was facing total destruction with its land being sold to private developers.

 

SOCIAL:
Ashanti region tops multiple registration
Friday, May 04 2012

The Electoral Commission (EC) has so far detected 8,121 cases of multiple registration involving 2,864 individuals.

 

 

POLITICS:
Obama invites Mills to G8 Summit
Friday, May 04 2012

President John Evans Atta Mills together with three other African leaders have been invited to attend the upcoming summit of the group of eight industrialized countries in the United States of America.

N JUABEN:
Municipality records 8 cholera cases
Friday, May 04 2012

Dr. Kwaku Senaya, Municipal Director of Health in the New Juaben Municipality has disclosed that 8 confirmed cholera cases have been registered in the municipality.

AMA:
Fallen billboards everywhere
Friday, May 04 2012

One major common spectacle after this dawn’s rainfall in the city is fallen advertizing billboards. There is almost not a single road network where fallen billboards cannot be found.

KETA:
Anlo Chiefs out-door four new chiefs
Friday, May 04 2012

The chiefs and people of Anlo have displayed the rich cultural heritage of the area with drumming and dancing at a ceremony to outdoor four newly-installed chiefs of the area at Srogbe in the Keta Municipality, where tradition was at the center of activities to showcase the traditional practices of the people.

BUNKPURUGU:
NDC Youth calls for peaceful elections in 2012
Friday, May 04 2012

The Youth Wing of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has promised its readiness to help the party win the 2012 general elections in a free, fair and transparent, Mr. Daniel Waab spokes person of the group has declared after a meeting with the District Chief Executive of the area.

S TONGU:
DCE denies knowledge of illegal land sale of SOGASCO
Friday, May 04 2012

District Chief Executive for the South Tongu District in the Volta Region, Daniel K. Amelorku has described as premature allegations that accuse the Town and Country Planning department of the South Tongu District Assembly of conniving with politicians in selling large portions of land belonging to the Sogakope Senior High Secondary School (SOGASCO).

 

AWUTU S:
Ofaso/ Ofaada soon to get electricity
Friday, May 04 2012

About six communities in the Awutu Senya District of the Central Region will soon be connected to the national grid as part of efforts to fulfill the ruling NDC’s “Better Ghana” agenda.

SOCIAL:
GJA commemorates World Press Freedom Day
Friday, May 04 2012

The Ghana Journalist Association GJA, has commemorated World Press Freedom Day at a ceremony in Accra with a call on government to urgently pass the broadcasting law.

AJUMAKO:
Assembly receives new waste track
Friday, May 04 2012

Ghana’s Biggest Waste Management Organization, Zoomlion Ghana has presented a brand new refuse collection track to the Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam District Assembly of the Central Region as part of its effort to revamp sanitation conditions in the area.

SOCIAL:
Increase in allowance for student nurses approved
Saturday, May 05 2012

The government has approved an increase of the monthly allowance for student nurses from GH¢45.00 to GH¢290.

AJUMAKO:
Amputee footballer gets support
Saturday, May 05 2012

The Ajumako Enyan Essiam (AEE) District Assembly has presented a cash of GHs 25,00 to Richard Ekwam, a footballer for the Ghana’s national amputee team to assist his travel to Turkey as the only African representative to be selected into the World’s XI amputee team.

TAIN:
Bui Dam project to be completed in 2013
Saturday, May 05 2012

The Bui Power Authority (BPA), managers of the 400 megawatts Bui Dam in the Tain District of the Brong Ahafo Region, said on Wednesday all is set for the completion of the dam in the second quarter of 2013.

SOCIAL:
Biometric voter registration ends today
Saturday, May 05 2012

A lot of people of voting age, have converged at various registration centres in the country to register their names in the biometric voter registration list as today May, 5 2012 happens to be the last day of registration.

EFFUTU:
Be serious with your studies - Mike Hammah tells students
Saturday, May 05 2012

Mike Allen Hammah, Member of Parliament for Effutu Constituency who doubles as the Minister for Lands and Natural Resources has called on students to take their studies very seriously since their efforts would be crowned with success.

SUNYANI:
158 schools under tree eliminated
Saturday, May 05 2012

The Brong-Ahafo Regional Minister, Mr. Kwadwo Nyamekye-Marfo has said that over 158 schools under trees in the Brong Ahafo Region have so far been provided with permanent school structure to boost the level of education in the region.

TAMALE:
100 babies receive Pnuemococcal and Rotavirus vaccination
Saturday, May 05 2012

About 100 babies in Tamale were on Friday given the first dose of two new vaccines recently introduced into the country to protect children against pneumonia and diarrhoea.  

SOCIAL:
More Rural Communities Get Potable Water
Sunday, May 06 2012

The national rural water coverage which stood at 51.86 per cent in 2001 has now invested to 63.34 per cent. With this, Ghana is on the path of achieving the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target of 76 per cent of rural water coverage by 2015 and the universal coverage of extending water supply to every community in 2025.

SHAMA:
Assembly supports disabled with GHs 14,200
Sunday, May 06 2012

The Shama District Assembly in the Western Region has empowered about forty (40) persons living with disability in the area with an amount of GHS 14,200.00 to enable them take hold of their economic lives.

SEKONDI:
Three-day workshop for personnel of MMDAs opens in Takoradi
Sunday, May 06 2012

A three-day workshop on modern strategies and techniques for assessing the training needs in Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) and Appraising staff performance at MMDAs opened at Takoradi on Wednesday.

AMA:
EPA not interested in checking noisy church-Dansoman residents
Monday, May 07 2012

After a number of unsuccessful attempts to make the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to check the noisy activities of a church in Dansoman, some residents have concluded the Agency is uninterested in pursuing the case.

ECONOMICS:
Newmont Ghana pays GH¢35M as dividend
Monday, May 07 2012

Newmont Ghana has announced the payment of 20,994,970.68 dollars (GH¢35,187,942.14) to the Large Taxpayer Office of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA).

SOCIAL:
Reconstruction of Rawlingses house nearing completion
Monday, May 07 2012

One of the major issues that have heightened the perceived frosty relationship between President Mills and former president Rawlings is the accommodation for the former first couple.

SOCIAL:
People who want to win power through violence will fail - Asantehene
Monday, May 07 2012

Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asantehene, has advised politicians to be humble and truthful in their quest for power to lead the country.

 

N JUABEN:
241 undergo skills training
Monday, May 07 2012

About two hundred and forty-one beneficiaries under the Youth in Skills Development and Enterprise Centre (YESDEP) are currently under–going skills training in the New Juaben Municipality.

BIRIM S:
Assembly qualifies for 2011 DDF
Monday, May 07 2012

Chief Executive of the Birim South District in the Eastern Region, Nana Baffour Mensah-Takyi is glad the assembly has once again qualified for the District Development Fund.

 

ELLEMBELE:
Fishermen presented with items worth GHs12, 000
Monday, May 07 2012

Relief items worth GHs12, 000.00 have been presented to fishermen along the shores of the Ellembelle District in the Western Region. The items included 70 bags of rice and 42 boxes of cooking oil, being a gesture from the Ellembelle District Assembly.

ASUOGYAMAN:
Dodi Princess to be replaced in six months-VRA
Monday, May 07 2012

The Volta River Authority (VRA) says it will take about six months to
replace the burnt MV Dodi Princess.

KETU N:
NCCE Director urges youth to avoid defacing campaign posters
Monday, May 07 2012

Prosper Afealete, Ketu-North Director of the National Commission on Civic Education has advised the youth against destroying and defacing posters belonging to political parties and their candidates.

ASUOGYAMAN:
40 development projects executed so far
Monday, May 07 2012

The Asuogyaman District Assembly has since 2009 executed about 40 development projects across all of its sectors.

MFANTSEMAN:
Assembly supports new community center
Monday, May 07 2012

The Mfantseman Municipal Assembly in the central region has presented about 50 bags of cement to support the construction of a new community center for the residents of Abandze/Anaafo Electoral Area.

NKORANZA S:
37 boreholes drilled, 18 more underway
Monday, May 07 2012

About 37 boreholes have since 2009 been erected for deprived communities in the Nkoranza South Municipality in the Brong Ahafo Region and drilling of eighteen (18) more of such facility are currently underway to augment easy access to potable water.

TAMALE:
N/R JHS benefiting from computerization project
Monday, May 07 2012

Over 150 Junior High Schools in the Northern region are benefiting from the basic schools computerization project which is part of government’s efforts to encourage the study of science and mathematics in schools.

AJUMAKO:
More furniture to boost education
Monday, May 07 2012

The Ajumako/ Enyan/ Essiam District Assembly in the Central Region has distributed about 1,528 dual desk to some selected schools as part of measures to improve the standard of education in the area.

BIRIM S:
Former E/R Minister commended
Tuesday, May 08 2012

Former Eastern Regional Minister and currently a Minister of State at the Presidency, Dr. Kwasi Akyem Apea-Kubi has been commended for his untiring effort and achievement in getting projects to the Achiase Senior High School in the Birim South District.

 

ASUOGYAMAN:
1,000 desks distributed, 2,000 more soon
Tuesday, May 08 2012

Furniture is an important integral part of ensuring condusive environment for teaching and learning and the Asuogyaman District Assembly is inching closer to ensuring that furniture is no more a problem in schools in the district.

TAMALE:
Gov’t to establish Occupational Safety and Health Authority
Tuesday, May 08 2012

Government would soon establish an authority on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) to police and implement the pending draft National Occupational Safety and Health Policy (NOSHP).

EDUCATION:
Gov’t committed to human resource development
Tuesday, May 08 2012

Mr Lee Ocran, Minister of Education, said that Government has identified human resource development as a national priority, and would invest in the sector, and also provide quality education.

 

HOHOE:
Biometric registration successful in Hohoe North and South
Tuesday, May 08 2012

Mr. Kwabena Karikari, Hohoe Municipal Officer of the Electoral Commission (EC) said the 40-day biometric registration exercise ended impressively, despite initial technical hitches in the two constituencies; Hohoe North and South.

MFANTSEMAN:
Anomabu ICT centre gets 24 computers
Tuesday, May 08 2012

Stakeholders of the Anomabu ICT centre in the Mfantseman Municipality have taken delivery of 24 computers, a gesture by government to boost ICT in the area.

TEMA:
Work to begin on phase one of ICT Park
Tuesday, May 08 2012

A sod cutting ceremony was held yesterday for work to begin on the establishment of the first phase of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Park in the Free Zone Enclave in Tema.

HO:
Urban management programme takes off
Tuesday, May 08 2012

All is set for three metropolises and one municipality to receive facelift under the Ghana Urban Management Pilot Programme (GUMPP).

THLD:
New School for Edugyaa nears completion
Tuesday, May 08 2012

The Twifo Heman Lower Denkyira (THLD) District Assembly of the Central Region has stepped up its effort to make education accessible to all as it is currently on the verge of completing works on the new school project at Edugyaa.

JOMORO:
Gov’t to compensate farmers affected by Gas Project
Tuesday, May 08 2012

Government has approved payment of compensations to farmers to be affected by the Domunli Gas Project in the Jomoro District of the Western Region.

POLITICS:
Nduom to make education free
Tuesday, May 08 2012

The Flagbearer of the Progressive Peoples Party (PPP), Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom has pledged to make education free and compulsory from Kindergarten to Senior High School when voted into office in the 2012 December Election.

KPANDAI:
46,862 eligible voters registered
Tuesday, May 08 2012

The Electoral Officer for the Kpandai District Assembly in the Northern Region, Mr. Watson Tizor Apentsui has disclosed that the area has successfully registered 46,862 persons in the just ended Biometric Voter Registration exercise.

SUNYANI:
Ghana lacks mango processing plants
Tuesday, May 08 2012

India’s annual foreign earnings in mango production stands at 3.2 billion dollars, Mr. Prince Obeng-Asante, Deputy Managing Director of Ghana Nuts Limited, an agro-processing company in the Techiman municipality, said at the weekend.

BUNKPURUGU:
54,975 people registered in biometric exercise
Tuesday, May 08 2012

About 54,975 persons have been registered in the just ended biometric voter registration exercise in the Bunkpurugu/Yunyoo District, the Chief Executive, Philip N. Laari has hinted.

KUMASI:
Asantehene honours 100 hard working teachers
Tuesday, May 08 2012

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has underlined the need for greater recognition of the contribution of teachers in the nation’s development effort.

 

KWAHU E:
Security personnel to maintain law and order -Victor Smith
Wednesday, May 09 2012

Mr Victor Smith, Eastern Regional Minister has announced that the Regional Security Council (RESEC) has dispatched security personnel to  Kwahu East and Kwahu South Districts.

SEKONDI:
Landing Beach Committee to register over 200 under NHIS
Wednesday, May 09 2012

The Sekondi Landing Beach Committee has set aside GH¢14,000 towards the registration of over 2000 residents of Sekondi under the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS).

DANGME W:
Two towns to be built in Dodowa, Takoradi
Wednesday, May 09 2012

The townships will involve residential, commercial and industrial buildings with educational and health facilities.

 

EDUCATION:
Gov’t pays arrears Of 15,000 teacher
Wednesday, May 09 2012

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) says the outstanding salaries of 15 000 teachers have been paid.

KRACHI E:
Katanga gets new police station
Wednesday, May 09 2012

Authorities in the Krachi East District in the Volta Region continue to make inroads in their quest to improve security in most communities in the district.

L MANYA K:
Assembly commissions new ambulance
Wednesday, May 09 2012

The Lower Manya Krobo District has commissioned new well-equipped ambulance received from the Government of Ghana to promote and enhance transportation of patience to health facilities in the district.

GUSHIEGU:
Residents of Nabuli, Zamanshegu get new clinics
Wednesday, May 09 2012

The opportunity has now come for residents of Nabuli and Zamanshegu in the Gushiegu District to access quality healthcare as two clinics have recently been commissioned in these areas.

NANUMBA S:
72 brand new laptops for 3 Schools
Wednesday, May 09 2012

The Nanumba South District Assembly has distributed 72 brand new laptop computers to 3 Junior High Schools to improve the teaching and learning of  Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the area.

SISSALA E:
Assembly distributes 180 laptops
Wednesday, May 09 2012

Government is making strides in actualizing the one laptop per child project in various areas of the country as a total of 180 laptops has been delivered to school children within the Sissala East District.

 

PRESTEA:
Assemblyman calls for potable water supply
Wednesday, May 09 2012

The assemblyman for Anfagya Electoral Area in the Prestea/Huni/Valley District in the Western Region, Martin Antwi has appealed to the government to construct boreholes as a way of providing potable water to residents in the community.

KUMASI:
1,007 youths benefit from LESDEP
Wednesday, May 09 2012

Since its inception in the country some years ago, the Local Enterprises and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) have helped better the lives of many individuals especially the youth in the country.

BUNKPURUGU Y:
Two SHS get boarding facilities
Wednesday, May 09 2012

Two Senior High Schools in the Bunkpurugu/Yunyoo District in the Northen Region have been upgraded into boarding schools.

ECONOMICS:
Inflation ticks up to 9.1 per cent in April
Thursday, May 10 2012

The annual inflation rate rose to 9.1 per cent in April from 8.8 per cent in March, the Ghana Statistical Service said on Wednesday.

KWAHU W:
EC to undertake continuous voter’s registration next year
Thursday, May 10 2012

The Electoral Commission (EC) would undertake continuous voter’s registration exercise at the District Electoral Offices of the Commission next year, for those who had attained 18 years and other  who could not register during this year’s biometric voter’s registration exercise.

HEALTH:
52 Million-Euro to fight maternal mortality- Veep
Thursday, May 10 2012

Vice President John Dramani Mahama has announced that government was in the process of acquiring 52 million Euro loan facility from the European Union to fight the perennial incidence of maternal mortality in the country.

 

POLITICAL:
President Mills dedicated to credible elections-Dr Kumbour
Thursday, May 10 2012

Dr Benjamin Kumbour, Attorney General and Minister of Justice said President John Evans Atta Mills was dedicated to ensuring peaceful, free, fair and credible election in December 2012.

 

ASUOGYAMAN:
New Disaster Management Committee inaugurated
Thursday, May 10 2012

The Asuogyaman District Assembly in the Eastern Region has inaugurated a new District Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change committee at Atimpoku to help fight against various natural disasters in the district.

N JUABEN:
MCE lauds improvement in revenue generation
Thursday, May 10 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive for the New Juaben Municipal Assembly, Alex Asamoah has lauded the continuous improvement recorded in the assembly’s revenue mobilization efforts.

YENDI:
Two pavilions for 2 kindergartens
Thursday, May 10 2012

The Yendi Municipal Assembly has committed resources to building two pavilions that will be used as Kindergarten structures to facilitate the education of school kids in the area.

JOMORO:
79,344 eligible voters registered
Thursday, May 10 2012

After a successful forty-day nationwide biometric voter registration exercise, the Jomoro District in the Western Region has registered about 79,344 eligible voters to exercise their franchise in the much anticipated December 2012 polls.

SABOBA:
Construction of new market stalls to take off soon
Thursday, May 10 2012

In order to create the platform to boost trading activities in Saboba, the Assembly has consented to allocate resources for the building of a modern 1 storey 18 stalls market facility for traders in the area.

JAMAN N:
Dormitory block for 3 SHS near completion
Thursday, May 10 2012

Dormitory blocks financed from by Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFUND) for some three Senior High Schools (SHS) in the Jaman North District in the Brong Ahafo Region are almost completed.

KARAGA:
Karaga SHS to get new girls’ hostel
Thursday, May 10 2012

The availability of adequate boarding facilities to house students in many Senior High Schools (SHS) is a significant setback in the promotion of quality education in the country.

KETU N:
Taskforce to fight armyworms at Afife
Friday, May 11 2012

A taskforce comprising experts from Accra has been set up to fight the menace of armyworms in the rice fields of Afife in the Ketu-North District of the Volta Region.

KUMASI:
KMA takes delivery of solar traffic lights
Friday, May 11 2012

The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) on Thursday took delivery of three sets of solar and battery powered traffic lights, two computers and a printer valued at USD15,000.00.

PARLIAMENT:
Fire guts JOB 600 building
Friday, May 11 2012

Reports reaching peacefmonline.com say fire has gutted the fifth floor of the Job 600 building which is still under construction.

ATIWA:
Anyinam gets GH¢ 550, 000 SHS
Friday, May 11 2012

The Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development has facilitated the construction of a Senior High School for the people of Anyinam in the Eastern region at an estimated cost of five hundred and fifty thousand cedis.

BIRIM S:
Assembly expends DDF to complete projects
Friday, May 11 2012

The Birim South District Assembly is determined to complete a number of development projects it initiated with the District Development Fund (DDF), Chief Executive Nana Baffour Mensah-Takyi has announced.

LEDZOKUKU K:
Phase 2 of Teshie-Nungua beach road at advanced stage
Friday, May 11 2012

In some few months to come, residents in Teshie, Nungua and beyond would not have difficulty getting to Accra.

HO:
Volta Regional Minister promises to work efficiently
Friday, May 11 2012

Mr Henry Ford Kamel, Volta Regional Minister said that though he envisaged challenges in handling his new position, he would  do his best to discharge his duties efficiently.  

KRACHI E:
Schools under trees get classrooms
Friday, May 11 2012

The Krachi East District is close to replacing dilapidated and make-shift structures being used as classroom blocks in some communities in the district.

AKUAPIM S:
Assembly members get motorbikes
Friday, May 11 2012

Assembly members in the Akuapim South Municipal Assembly have been told to master riding motorbikes and exercise caution when riding the motorbikes around town.

HO:
Rapid population inhibiting fight against hunger
Friday, May 11 2012

Rapid population growth is a major stumbling block to tackling hunger in sub-Saharan Africa.

GA W:
Company pays NHIS premium for fifty people in Ga West
Friday, May 11 2012

As part of its cooperate social responsibility, Engen Oil Ghana Limited, a PETRONAS subsidiary company, has paid premium of the National Health Insurance Scheme for 50 people, including orphans,  in the Ga West Municipality.

KASSENA N W:
Kayoro gets two major projects
Friday, May 11 2012

Efforts are currently underway to connect Kayoro, a small community in the Kassena Nankana West District to the national grid.

AJUMAKO:
14 schools benefit from feeding programme
Friday, May 11 2012

About 14 schools within the Ajumako/Enyan/ Essiam (AEE) District of the Central Region have been added to the Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP), tallying the beneficiary schools to about 19 in the district.

ABURA:
Moree cholera outbreak to end
Friday, May 11 2012

The Abura/Asebu/Kwamankese District Assembly of the Central Region has geared up its effort to control the persistent outbreak of cholera in More community.

KETU S:
Diamond Cement Company to resume production next week
Friday, May 11 2012

Diamond Cement Ghana Limited (DCGL) will resume production at its Aflao Plant by next week following more than three-weeks shut down due to power supply.

AJUMAKO:
13 communities to get electricity
Saturday, May 12 2012

Information reaching Ghanadistricts.com indicates that about 13 communities within the Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam (AEE) District in the Central Region are to be connected to the national grid.

BOLGA:
Akakiya, Yorogo considered in provision of classroom structures
Saturday, May 12 2012

The pace in the realization of quality education is becoming significant in most schools located in the Bolgatanga municipality in the Upper East Region.

SISSALA E:
Assembly releases GHS 82,217.35 to physically challenged
Saturday, May 12 2012

The Sissala East District Assembly has delivered tranche of monies meant to support Persons with Disability courtesy the 2% quota from the District Assembly Common Fund (DACF). 

SOCIAL:
New districts to be inaugurated in June
Saturday, May 12 2012

The 46 newly created Metropolitan Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in the country according to the Local Government and Rural Development Minister Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo will be inaugurated in June this year.

KASSENA E:
Bureaucracy affecting agric interventions
Sunday, May 13 2012

The Assembly member for the Chaaba Electoral Area in the Kassena Nankana East District, David Anafo has pointed out that the prospects of Agric in the area are being undermined by the unpopular bureaucratic system that characterized the public offices.

CAPE COAST:
New dormitory for Oguaa Sec-Tech
Sunday, May 13 2012

Work is progressing steadily on a new Boys’ dormitory block for the Oguaa Secondary-Technical School in the Cape Coast Metropolis to better accommodation conditions in the school.

SHAMA:
District staff schooled
Sunday, May 13 2012

The Shama District Assembly has begun holding series of capacity building courses for its entire staff to help improve their productivity rate and increase revenue collection.

HEALTH:
Kidney transplant at Korle-Bu
Monday, May 14 2012

Doctors at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) will begin undertaking kidney transplantation in the last quarter of this year.

SISSALA W:
Sissalas and Dagaabas asked to give peace a chance
Monday, May 14 2012

Mr Moses Luri Dramani, District Chief Executive for Sissala West in the Upper west Region has appealed to Sissalas and Dagaabas in the Buwaa Traditional Area, to promote peace and security for development.

BIRIM S:
Assembly takes delivery of motorbikes
Monday, May 14 2012

Chief Executive of the Birim South District Assembly, Nana Baffour Mensah-Takyi has disclosed that the assembly received 37 motor bikes out of 41 the assembly was expecting.

BIRIM S:
Election to be fought on achievements, not insults
Monday, May 14 2012

Dr Kwasi Akyem Apea-Kubi, a Minister of State at the Presidency, said
results of the December 7 polls would depend on the achievements of the various political parties, and not insults.

 

HO:
Son honours mother with ICT centre
Monday, May 14 2012

Mrs Anna Mkapa, Tanzania’s former first Lady has opened a 200,000-dollar Information Communication Training Centre (ICT) at the Women’s Vocational Training Institute (WVTI) at Sokode-Lokoe, near Ho.

N JUABEN:
Routine maintenance of roads on course
Monday, May 14 2012

The new Juaben Municipal Assembly is not relenting on efforts to keep road networks in the municipality in good state. 

KETA:
Anaglate family constructs ICT centre for Anyako E.P School
Monday, May 14 2012

Mr Edmund Doe Gbetodeme, Keta Municipal Director of Education, on Saturday inaugurated an ultra modern Information Communication Technology (ICT) centre, for the Evangelical Presbyterian (E.P) Basic School at Anyako.

KRACHI W:
Veep calls on Guans to strengthen chieftaincy institution
Monday, May 14 2012

Vice President John Dramani Mahama has called on chiefs in the Guan speaking communities to strengthen their local arbitration system to provide a suitable alternative for amicable settlement of disputes.

LAWRA:
Zoomlion sensitizes Dorimon community on hygiene
Monday, May 14 2012

Mr. Emmanuel Volsuuri, Upper West Regional Manager of Zoomlion, has said the company’s effort to ensure good sanitation would not end until individual Ghanaians understood the reason why both personal hygiene and environmental sanitation must be a matter of concern to them.

EFFUTU:
Child Protection and Parental Responsibilities club launched
Monday, May 14 2012

The Effutu Municipal Chief Executive, Nii Ephraim has urged parents in the area to invest in the education of their children since it is the only legacy they can leave to them.

KASSENA N W:
“A lot needs to be done on our roads”- DCE
Monday, May 14 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Kassena Nankana East District Assembly, Thomas Dalu Addah has emphasized that most roads in the district needs to be reconstructed to boost transportation in the area.

BOLGA:
Yorogo inhabitants request for additional boreholes
Monday, May 14 2012

Six number of boreholes spread across different environs in the Yorogo electoral area by the Bolgatanga Municipal Assembly are already making  great impact in the lives of inhabitants in the area, Mr. David Apea the Assemblyman has said.

GOMOA W:
Assembly amends agreement terms with zoomlion Ghana
Monday, May 14 2012

The Gomoa West District Assembly in the Central Region has approved amendment directive with Ghana’s biggest waste management organization, Zoomlion Ghana to disinfest and fumigate the district.

AMA
:Kwashieman needs dev’t projects badly-Assemblyman
Monday, May 14 2012

Kwashieman, an electoral area within the Ablekuma North Sub-Metro of the Accra Metropolis has in the last decade not seen any new development project initiated by the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), Alfred Bortequaye Sango the Assemblyman for the area has revealed.

GA W:
Office for Kotoku Zonal council nears completion
Monday, May 14 2012

An office complex under construction in the Medie Electoral Area to host the Kotoku Zonal Council in the Ga West Municipality is nearing completion as the project is currently at roofing level.

BUNKPURUGU Y:
55 youth complete training under LESDEP
Monday, May 14 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo District Assembly, Phillip Laari, has echoed that the Local Entreprises and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) initiated by government has the capacity to bring economic change in the lives of the youth and also reduce poverty in the district.

GA S:
Domeabra MP appeals for lands for projects
Tuesday, May 15 2012

Mr Daoud Anum Yemoh, Member of Parliament (MP) for Domeabra-Obom has called on chiefs and other landowners in the Constituency to provide lands for the siting of projects.

TEMA:
Gov’t finally takes over Tema Shipyard
Tuesday, May 15 2012

Government has finally taken over complete ownership of the Tema Shipyard. Following a detailed negotiation process between Pennag Shipbuilding and Construction Company, government was able to reclaim its 60 percent interest in the corporation.

YENDI:
Assembly to rehabilitate abandoned structure as residence
Tuesday, May 15 2012

The Yendi Municipal Assembly has committed itself to providing accommodation for health workers in the area.

GA E:
Dinning hall/school block for WASS under construction
Tuesday, May 15 2012

A magnificent dining hall is under construction for the WASS experimental Senior High School in the Ga East Municipality.

AJUMAKO:
GSA supports computer studies
Tuesday, May 15 2012

The Ghana Standard Authority (GSA) has presented 17 brand new computers to six schools in the Ajumako/ Enyan/ Essiam (AEE) District to enhance teaching and learning of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the area.

ENERGY:
Ghana to export nuclear energy to the sub-region
Tuesday, May 15 2012

Ghana is working assiduously to explore the feasibility of nuclear energy in its power mix, as it strives to become a major net exporter of energy to other West Africa States.

AKUAPIM S:
Assembly qualifies for DDF, fails UDG
Tuesday, May 15 2012

The Akuapim South Municipal Assembly in the Eastern Region has qualified to access fund under the District Development Fund DDF for 2010.

GOMOA E:
Obuasi Health centre needs expansion
Tuesday, May 15 2012

The assemblyman for Obuasi Electoral Area in the Gomoa West District of the Central Region, Joseph Mensah has appealed to government to expand the community’s health center to help improve health delivery in the area.

GOMOA E:
Obuasi Health centre needs expansion
Thursday, May 17 2012

The assemblyman for Obuasi Electoral Area in the Gomoa West District of the Central Region, Joseph Mensah has appealed to government to expand the community’s health center to help improve health delivery in the area.

BUNKPURUGU :
270 individuals source financial support from LEAP
Tuesday, May 15 2012

An Officer from the Department of Social Welfare in the Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo district, Daniel Waab has called for increase in the monetary supports given to the poor and vulnerable in the local areas through the Livelihood Empowerment against Poverty (LEAP) programme.

KRACHI E:
Assembly, Water Health assists communities with water
Tuesday, May 15 2012

The worrying trend of people struggling to access potable water in many communities across the country continue to receive attention from authorities as they continue to explore options to address the situation.

ASSIN N:
Funds secured to provide accommodation for Police - MCE
Tuesday, May 15 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Assin North, Mr Alex Antwi Boasiako, has apologised on behalf of the government for its inability to properly accommodate police personnel in the area over the years.

 

JOMORO:
10 students honoured
Tuesday, May 15 2012

10 candidates who excelled in 2011 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) and the West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) have been honoured.

GA W:
Medie in need of more drainage systems
Tuesday, May 15 2012

Residents of Medie, a township in the Ga West Municipality, are calling on the government to extend the drainage pattern in the area since the town experiences severe flooding anytime it rains.

BOSOMTWE:
55 Assembly/Council members receive motorbikes
Tuesday, May 15 2012

Fifty-five (55) Assembly and Area Council members in the Bosomtwe District in the Ashanti Region have today received brand new motorbikes.

ECONOMY:
National taskforce issues ultimatum to foreigners in retail business
Wednesday, May 16 2012

A National Taskforce inaugurated by the Ministry of Trade and Industry to monitor activities in the retail business has issued an ultimatum to foreigners in retail businesses to relocate or face the law.

ENERGY:
Women have prospects in Oil and gas Industry in Africa-Geologist
Wednesday, May 16 2012

The emerging oil and gas industry both in Ghana and in Uganda have a lot of prospects and potentials for all women in the two countries, Ms Lyoidah Kiconco, a Ugandan Geologist, said on Tuesday.

AGRICULTURE:
Gov’t to receive more agric inputs from Brazil
Wednesday, May 16 2012

Mr Kwesi Ahwoi, Minister of Food and Agriculture (MOFA) said government was working to facilitate the supply of 95 million dollars worth of agricultural machinery and equipment from Brazil.

 

SOCIAL:
Poor families need incentives to school their children -ILO Advisor
Wednesday, May 16 2012

Mr Stephen McClelland, Chief Technical Advisor, International Labour
Organisation (ILO), has advocated for incentives for poor families in
cocoa growing communities to enroll their children in school to curb
child labour.

AKUAPIM S:
MCE cautions residents against cholera
Wednesday, May 16 2012

Chief Executive of the Akuapim South Municipality, Mark Dompreh has reminded assembly members to inform their electorates about the cholera outbreaks and its subsequent implications on the lives of residents.

KARAGA:
More school structures for Karaga SHS
Wednesday, May 16 2012

The Karaga District Assembly has provided additional school structure to open up the number of school blocks in the Karaga Senior High School (SHS) to aid effective teaching and learning in the school.

AGRICULTURE:
Gov’t secures 145 million dollars to improve irrigation
Wednesday, May 16 2012

Government has secured 145 million dollars from the China Development Bank and World Bank to develop 15,000 hectares for irrigated crops in the country.

SABOBA:
Poor feeder roads under construction
Wednesday, May 16 2012

The Saboba District Assembly has geared up efforts to upgrading a number of roads in poor state in the district to boost transportation.

 

AHAFO A S:
12-seater KVIP for Sabronum commences
Wednesday, May 16 2012

Sabronum, a community in the Ahafo-Ano South District in the Ashanti Region has benefited from the construction of a 12-seater KVIP toilet facility financed by a group in the town called Sabronum Community Association (SCA).

C GONJA:
Veep inaugurates Shea Butter Factory at Buipe
Wednesday, May 16 2012

Vice President John Dramani Mahama on Tuesday announced that government has embarked on a number of programmes that would improve the sheanut industry and uplift women in the country from abject poverty.

AJUMAKO:
Assembly exceed revenue target
Wednesday, May 16 2012

The Ajumako/ Enyan/ Essiam (AEE) District in the Central Region exceeded its 2011 internal revenue target to an amount of about GHs 153,805.80 as against the expected GHs 149,361.00.

BIRIM C:
UPRP introduced in Birim Central Municipality
Wednesday, May 16 2012

The Government has begun a five-year Urban Poverty Reduction Project (UPRP) to help achieve the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) that calls for a reduction by half the proportion of the poor living on less than a dollar a day.

SISSALA E:
Assembly excels in DDF assessment
Wednesday, May 16 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Sissala East District Assembly, Sulemana Alijata Gbentie has praised staff of the Assembly, Departments and other stakeholders in the district for their immense contribution in enabling the Assembly clock distinction in the 2010 District Development Fund (DDF) Assessment.

 

GA S:
Residents worried over drains as rainy season beckons
Wednesday, May 16 2012

Residents living in one of the most strategically demarcated township in the Ga South Municipality, Nii Okaiman West Electoral Area, are worried over lack of drains in the area as the rainy season beckons.

TAMALE:
MDAs in three northern regions schooled on REP
Thursday, May 17 2012

The Rural Enterprises Programme (REP) held a sensitisation workshop for Municipal and District Assemblies (MDAs) in the three northern regions on the implementation arrangements of the Programme and conditions for enrolment.

HEALTH:
Plastic surgery and Burns Centre hit 15 years
Thursday, May 17 2012

Apart from the potential life threatening, prolonged physical and psychological complications associated with severe burns, it receives little publicity and attention after initial public outcry and sympathy for victims.

TEMA:
TMA reacts to Naa Torshie Addo’s allegations
Thursday, May 17 2012

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) has refuted claims by Mrs Naa Torshie Addo, Member of Parliament (MP) for Tema West, that the Assembly had high-jacked the construction of a mortuary for the Tema General Hospital (TGH) which was her brain-child project.

POLITICS:
Prez Mills leaves for G8 summit
Thursday, May 17 2012

The President of Ghana, John Evans Atta Mills left Accra Wednesday evening to the United States to participate in the G8 summit.

 

 

 

GA E:
Reconstruction of Dome road to start soon
Thursday, May 17 2012

Drivers and other road users who ply the Dome market road will breathe a sigh of relief as work on the road will take off soon, the Municipal Chief Executive for Ga East, John Kwao Sackey has revealed.

N JUABEN:
Assembly completes inherited projects
Thursday, May 17 2012

The New Juaben Municipal Assembly has successfully completed grater percentage of projects inherited from the previous administration, Municipal Chief Executive Mr. Alex Asamoah has disclosed.

 

BUNKPURUGU Y:
Assembly takes delivery of 270 high tension poles
Thursday, May 17 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo District Assembly, Philip Laari, has assured that all communities earmarked to be connected to the national grid under the Rural Electrification Project (REP) in the district will get light by the end of this year.

THLD:
55 motor bikes handed over to Assembly members
Thursday, May 17 2012

Government appointees and Assembly members in the Twifo-Hemang-Lower-Denkyira District in the Central Region have taken their turn to benefit from government’s package of motor bikes to support local government administration.

SOCIAL:
GIS to construct an eight-story headquarters
Thursday, May 17 2012

Commissioner of Police (COP) Dr Peter. A. Wiredu, Acting Director of Ghana Immigration Service (GIS), on Wednesday said construction of its new eight-story headquarters estimated at about 22.5 million Ghana cedis would begin soon.

AHANTA W:
6 classroom blocks to eliminate school under trees
Thursday, May 17 2012

School under trees in the Ahanta West District of the Western Region will soon have their worries resolved as the assembly with support from the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETfund) is constructing 6 classroom blocks to replace them.

BOLGA:
Community library underway at Zono
Thursday, May 17 2012

The Assembly member for Zono Electoral Area in the Bolgatanga Municipality, Joe Aboyah together with community members, and opinion leaders is actively pursuing an initiative for the establishment of a community library at Zono.

BIBIANI:
GHs34,980 support for 66 disabled persons
Thursday, May 17 2012

About sixty-six (66) disabled persons living in the Bibiani-Anhwiaso Bekwai District of the Western Region have been supported with GHs 34,980 to help them improve upon their businesses.

BOLGA:
Majority of pregnant women in UE prefer delivering at home
Friday, May 18 2012

Majority of women in Upper East Region prefer delivering at home because that is where they would be properly attended to.

BOLGATANGA:
GSA alerts public on dangers of imported used under wears
Friday, May 18 2012

Mr. Kofi Amponsah Bediako, Communications Director, Ghana Standards Authority, said imported used underwear could seriously undermine the health of users.

ECONOMICS:
Germany commits 130 million Euros to Ghana’s devt
Friday, May 18 2012

Germany has agreed to commit 130 million Euros in technical and financial support to Ghana over the next three years spanning 2012 - 2014 fiscal years.

DANGME W:
UN builds 30 libraries for deprived schools in Ghana
Friday, May 18 2012

Mrs Dho Young-Shim, Chairperson, Board of Directors, UN MDG Advocacy Group, based in South Korea, inaugurated the 29th UN sponsored library for the Freeman Methodist School in Prampram in the Greater Accra Region.

AKUAPIM S:
Teachers’ award to be reintroduced
Friday, May 18 2012

The role of teachers in achieving well educated society cannot be overemphasized; the reason why their retention is of great concern to every society, and this is achieved through motivation.

N JUABEN:
Assembly to clamp down illegal street/road blocks
Friday, May 18 2012

Authorities in the New Juaben Municipality Assembly have resolved to clamp down on business operators or individuals who willfully and greedily block streets/roads for social activities especially on weekends without recourse to the Assembly.

SOCIAL:
Gov’t trains personnel in IT and Management
Friday, May 18 2012

Government is training a critical mass of Information Technology and Information Management personnel to be deployed in the public service.

KADJEBI:
Assembly members cautioned to obey traffic regulations
Friday, May 18 2012

Assembly members in the Kadjebi District in the Volta Region have been cautioned to set good examples with the use of their newly acquired motorbikes.

CAPE COAST:
52 city guards employed
Friday, May 18 2012

The Cape Coast Municipal assembly has scaled up efforts to engage more unemployed youth in the municipal in areas that the assembly intend to improve its performance.

ASIKUMA-ODOBEN:
NADMO donates to flood victims
Friday, May 18 2012

The National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) has presented item worth millions of Ghana Cedis to victims of last week’s tragic flooding which occurred at Breman Nwomaso and Breman Baako, in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District.

ASUOGYAMAN:
DISEC prevents influx of Fulani herdsmen
Friday, May 18 2012

The Asuogyaman District Security Council has put officers of the Ghana Immigration Service as well as other security personnel on high alert to avert influx of Fulani herdsmen into the district.

K NANKANA E:
Assemblyman pleads for electricity
Friday, May 18 2012

Some inhabitants at the Saboro electoral area in the Kassena Nankana East District Assembly are pressing for the provision of electricity to boost their social lives in the area.

SOCIAL:
Gov’t to establish Accra Intelligent Traffic Management System
Friday, May 18 2012

Vice President John Dramani  Mahama on Thursday announced that government would spend part of the Chinese loan to establish the Accra Intelligent Traffic Management system to stem the perennial traffic congestion in the city.

SISSALA E:
Assembly consolidates sustainable rural water/sanitation programme
Saturday, May 19 2012

The Sissala East District Assembly is committed to redress the challenge with accessibility to potable water in the district, as it has geared up to actively implement the sustainable rural water and sanitation programme in certain areas.

TWIFO:
District acquires National Ambulance Service
Saturday, May 19 2012

The Twifo-Hemang-Lower-Denkyira District Assembly in collaboration with the Ministry of Health (MOH) is reinvigorating the health system to promote quality healthcare delivery, as it has introduced the operations of a National Ambulance Services in the area.

KUMASI:
First Lady inspects MCI education projects
Saturday, May 19 2012

The First Lady, Dr Mrs Ernestina Naadu Mills yesterday inspected two early childhood education centres being built in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region under the Millennium Cities Initiative (MCI).

ATWIMA N:
Assembly Members’ receive motorbikes
Saturday, May 19 2012

Government has presented brand new motor- bikes to about fifty-five assembly members in the Atwima Nwanbiagya District in the Ashanti Region.

AJUMAKO:
MP supports potable water supply
Saturday, May 19 2012

The ruling party’s Member of Parliament (MP) for Ajumako/ Enyan/ Essiam constituency, Cassiel Ato Forson has secured an amount of about GHs 680,000.00 to enable the extetion pipe borne water in the area.
 

KINTAMP0 N:
Execution of 5 projects kickstart
Saturday, May 19 2012

Authorities of the Kintanpo North Municiapal Assembly in the Brong Ahafo Region have finally released sites for the construction of five development projects to improve the education and health sectors of the area.

BOLGA:
“Animoa day care needs classroom” block-Assemblyman
Sunday, May 20 2012

The Assemblyman for Zono electoral area in the Bolgatanga municipality, Joe Aboyah has appealed to the Assembly to double up efforts in the provision of dignified structure for Animoa Day care centre.

ASIKUMA:
Nadmo donates to flood victims
Sunday, May 20 2012

The National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) has presented item worth millions of Ghana Cedis to victims of last week’s tragic flooding which occurred at Breman Nwomaso and Breman Baako, all within the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District.

YILO K:
63 Assembly Members receive motorbikes
Sunday, May 20 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive, Hon. Andrews Sodah, has recently presented motorbikes to the Assembly Members of the Yilo Krobo municipality.

NEW JUABEN:
5-day workshop for disableds ends In Koforidua
Sunday, May 20 2012

Forty Heads of Special Schools and Units for Intellectual Disability in Ghana, yesterday ended a five-day workshop on Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) in Koforidua.

HEALTH:
250 Ghanaian students leave Ghana to Cuba for studies
Monday, May 21 2012

A total of 250 Ghanaians would on Monday May 21, leave the shores of Ghana to undertake various medical science programmes in Cuba for the next six years.

AGRICULTURE:
Peasant farmers unhappy about delay of subsidized fertilizer
Monday, May 21 2012

The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has expressed concern about the delay in the release of subsidized fertilizer on the market for the 2012 crop season.

TALENSI N:
Minister cuts sod for construction of Gbane Bridge
Monday, May 21 2012

The Upper East Regional Minister, Mr Mark Woyongo, has cut the sod for the construction of the Gbane Bridge in the Talensi Nabdam District.

 

KWAHU N:
Assembly members receive motorbikes
Monday, May 21 2012

All eighty-six assembly members in the Kwahu North District in the Eastern Region havereceived theior motorbikes at a short ceremony at the assembly.

AKUAPIM S:
Assembly to the rescue of Duayeden JHS
Monday, May 21 2012

The Akuapim South Municipal Assembly has moved in to rescue Duayeden Junior High School which is faced with serious infrastructure problem.

SEKONDI:
The Ghana Bar, Bench asked to uphold truth and justice
Monday, May 21 2012

Right Revered John Otoo, Anglican Diocesan Bishop of Sekondi, has called on the Ghana Bar and the Bench to perform their duties with integrity and honesty.

 

GA E:
Agbogba gets modern ICT training centre
Monday, May 21 2012

A Deputy Minister of Information, Samuel Okudjeto Ablakwa, has inaugurated an ICT training centre for the Advanced Vision International School at Agogba, an electoral area in the Ga East Municipality.

ECONOMICS:
GREDA expresses disappointment with gov’t’s housing policy
Tuesday, May 22 2012

The Ghana Real Estate Developers Association (GREDA) has expressed disappointment  at government’s inability to respond to its overtures at assisting government to help alleviate the current housing shortage in the country.

HO:
33 schools receive desks
Monday, May 21 2012

A total of 33 basic schools in the Ho Municipal area on Friday received 1,000 mono and dual desks from the Ho Municipal Assembly.

ENERGY:
Energy Minister pays working visit to WR
Monday, May 21 2012

Work is progressing steadily on various projects initiated by the Government of Ghana through the Ministry of Energy to ensure that the country’s energy requirements are met.

SABOBA:
Construction of Konkonzoli dugout soon to begin
Monday, May 21 2012

The Saboba District Assembly has awarded the construction of a dugout to be constructed at Konkonzoli which will provide water source for irrigation purposes for farmers in the area.

CAPE C:
New ambulances to improve emergency health situations
Monday, May 21 2012

The Central Regional Health Directorate has received four new ambulances from government for onward distribution to four districts to improve emergency health situations in the areas.

GA W:
Medie Assemblyman calls for police post
Monday, May 21 2012

The Assemblyman for Medie Electoral Area, in the Ga West Municipality, Abdulai Iddrisu Agoro is calling for the immediate construction of a police post to improve the level of security in the area.

MFANTSEMAN:
80,087 eligible persons registered
Monday, May 21 2012

About 80,087 persons in the Mfantseman Municipality had their data captured onto the bio-metric registration machine to enable them exercise their franchise in the up-coming 2012 General Elections.

NKWANTA N:
Assembly rehabilitates streetlights to improve security
Monday, May 21 2012

The Nkwanta North District assembly has successfully rehabilitated streetlights in the district capital, Kpassa.

THLD:
Twifo-Praso to host new fire station
Monday, May 21 2012

The Twifo-Hemang-Lower-Denkyira District Assembly in its quest to boost security in the district has joined forces with the Ghana National Fire Service to establish a new Fire Station for residents at Twifo-Praso.

CAPE C:
Gov’t committed to quality education – Deputy Minister
Tuesday, May 22 2012

The Deputy Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Mr Ebo Barton Oduro says government is still committed to the provision of quality education to meet the challenges of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG).

SEKONDI:
WR records 1,424,727 voters in biometric registration
Tuesday, May 22 2012

The Electoral Commission (EC), recorded 1,424,727 voters in the Western Region at the end of the nationwide biometric registration.

CRIME:
Appeal Court adjourn Woyome’s case
Tuesday, May 22 2012

The Appeal Court hearing the suit filed by Alfred Agbesi Woyome, a businessman, could not sit on Monday because a panel member was indisposed.

SOCIAL:
Mills:G8 leaders are sincere with $3 billion pledge
Tuesday, May 22 2012

President John Mills has no reason to doubt the $3 billion pledge announced by President Barrack Obama to fight poverty and improve food security on the African continent.

N JUABEN:
Municipality to witness more road improvements
Tuesday, May 22 2012

The New Juaben Municipality is to witness upsurge in better road networks in the municipality in spite of regular maintenance works on existing ones.

KWAHU N:
16 outboard motors for LESDEP beneficiaries
Tuesday, May 22 2012

The Kwahu North District office of the Local Enterprises and Skills Development Programme, LESDEP has taken delivery of 16 outboard motors for distribution to 16 beneficiaries in the district.

 

SISSALA E:
Fire volunteers awarded
Tuesday, May 22 2012

Fire volunteers at Challu, a community in the Sissala East District have won a national award for distinguishing themselves in their operations on anti-bush burning.

MFANTSEMAN:
8 communities to get boreholes
Tuesday, May 22 2012

Government’s policy to ensure a fair distribution of potable water supply in every corner of the country is fast becoming a reality, as most deprived communities in most districts, municipals and metropolitan areas have benefited from this special programme.

EDUCATION:
GES provides guidelines and training manuals to schools
Tuesday, May 22 2012

Mr Mahama Ayariga, Deputy Minister of Education said Ghana Education Service (GES) has provided guidelines and training manuals for all activities in the district schools.

NKWANTA N:
3 communities to benefit from afforestation project
Tuesday, May 22 2012

Three communities in the Nkwanta North District in the Volta Region are benefitting from a climate change programme aimed at restoring the vegetative cover of the district which has been depleted through bushfires, logging, among other unhealthy human activities.

ASSIN N:
Assin Fosu water shortage to end soon
Tuesday, May 22 2012

Residents of Assin Fosu in the Assin North Municipality in the Central Region will now have access to potable water supply as the assembly has signed a new deal with Vicco Ventures to improve the community’s acute water shortage.

LEDZOKUKU-K:
Assembly donates polytank/motorbike to LEKMA hospital
Tuesday, May 22 2012

Authorities of the Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipal Hospital have received a motorbike and poly tank from the Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipal Assembly, (LEKMA) to enable them discharge their duties as expected of them.

BUNKPURUGU:
More laptops to facilitate ICT in basic schools
Tuesday, May 22 2012

Three hundred and two thousand four hundred Ghana Cedis worth of laptop computers have been presented to at least nine junior high schools in the Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo District in the Northern Region.

ASUOGYAMAN:
Construction of Asikuma Market starts
Tuesday, May 22 2012

The Asuogyaman District Assembly has taken yet another bold step towards ensuring improved economic activities in the district with commence of the construction of the Asikuma Market.

SOCIAL:
Govt sources $990 million for Eastern Rail Project
Wednesday, May 23 2012

Government is sourcing 990 million dollars from the Investment and Commercial Bank of China for rehabilitation works on the Eastern Rail lines; Nsawam to Accra and Achimota to Tema.

SOUTH T:
DCE assures residents of Dzebetato
Wednesday, May 23 2012

Chief Executive of the South Tongu District in the Volta Region has assured residents of Dzebetato that the assembly was taking the necessary steps to solve their problems.

ASIKUMA:
Electricity for 14 communities
Wednesday, May 23 2012

With support from the United States Export- Import (ExIm) Bank, the Asikuma/ Odoben/Brakwa District Assembly in the Central Region has financed the extension of electricity to 14 communities in the area.

KARAGA:
Assembly improves accommodation for Police
Wednesday, May 23 2012

In order to effectively contribute to strengthening security in the area and also support some state agencies in their social lives, the Karaga district Assembly has moved to provide an accommodation facility for officers of the Ghana Police Service at the karaga township.

KWAHU E:
E/R Minister tours district
Wednesday, May 23 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Hon. Victor Smith is touring the Kwahu East District to acquaint himself with some of the development projects executed in the district.

AMA:
Miss World 2011 pays courtesy call on Accra Mayor
Wednesday, May 23 2012

Dr Alfred Oko Vanderpuije, Accra Metropolitan Chief Executive (MCE), says government is working with the Israeli government to introduce modern teaching technologies to enhance the teaching abilities of teachers.

PRU:
Sod-cutting for multi-purpose warehouse to be observed
Wednesday, May 23 2012

A ground breaking ceremony for the construction of a multi-purpose warehouse for the storage of grains and farm produce of local farmers in the Pru District of the Brong Ahafo Region will be observed very soon in the area.

AHANTA W:
Assembly keen to improve education
Wednesday, May 23 2012

After several years of studying under dilapidated structures three schools in the Ahanta West District of the Western Region are set to benefit from 6 unit classroom blocks each to boost education in the area.

K NANKANA E:
Saboro dam to be rehabilitated
Wednesday, May 23 2012

The Kassena Nankana East District Assembly is to commit resources to rehabilitate the Saboro dam to improve agriculture activities in the community.

SUNYANI:
84,538 treated mosquito nets distributed
Wednesday, May 23 2012

Registered households in Sunyani Municipality are to benefit from a free distribution of 84,538 pieces of Long Lasting Insecticide Treated Nets (LLIN), as part of the national campaign to curb the incidence of malaria.

KWAHU E:
Abetifi college receives massive infrastructural boost
Wednesday, May 23 2012

Mr. Victor Smith, the Eastern Regional Minister has expressed delight at the level of work on Ghana Education Trust fund (GETfund) financed projects, being executed at the Abetifi College of Education in the Kwahu East District.

TALENSI N:
Initiative of Assemblymembers/Chiefs underway to end unrest
Thursday, May 24 2012

An initiative of various Assembly members and Chiefs in the Talensi-Nabdam district is set to bring a lasting peace and an amicable solution to the unrest at some mining sites in the area.

BUNKPURUGU-Y:
MP builds state-of-the-art computer lab for SHS
Thursday, May 24 2012

Construction of an ultra modern Computer laboraratory facility to help promote quality education is underway in the Bunkpurugu Senior High School in the Northern Region.

MFANTSEMAN:
3 Salt companies get support
Thursday, May 24 2012

The Central Regional Development Commission (CEDECOM) has offered soft loans to three salt manufacturing companies in the Mfantseman Municipality to sustain their operations in the area.

SABOBA:
Dual desks supplied to enhance teaching and learning
Thursday, May 24 2012

School Children in various communities located in the Saboba district will now have respite with the practical situation of limited school furniture especially in the local areas, as the Assembly has supplied 500 pieces of dual desks to some schools in the area.

KWAHU E:
Public sector workers urged to collaborate with gov’t
Thursday, May 24 2012

Mr. Victor Smith, the Eastern Regional Minister has challenged public sector workers to put the interest of the nation first and work assiduously towards the forward march of the country.

YILO K:
LESDEP provides economic empowerment to 155 youth
Thursday, May 24 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive for the Yilo Krobo District in the Eastern Region, Andrews Sowah has emphasized that the Mills led NDC administration is committed to ensuring the creation of more jobs to boost the living conditions of the people.

SECURITY:
30 pick-up vehicles for National Fire Service
Thursday, May 24 2012

The Vice President of the Republic of Ghana John Dramani Mahama has emphasized  government’s readiness to intensify the security services even as the much anticipated December general election approaches. 

AJUMAKO:
Elections should not be seen as “do or die” affairs- DCE
Thursday, May 24 2012

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Ajumako/ Enyan/ Essiam District Assembly, Peter Light Koomson has appealed to assembly members in the area to play a massive role to ensure peace and stability in the up-coming general elections.

SISSALA E:
Residents benefit from LLI nets
Friday, May 25 2012

The Sissala East District Assembly has joined forces with the Ministry of Health (MOH) to distribute Long Lasting Insecticide-Treated Nets (LLIN) to inhabitants in some communities of the area.

KARAGA:
New classroom block at Monkula nears completion
Friday, May 25 2012

In order to support deprived schools get enough school structures to conduct effective teaching and learning, the Assembly through the District Wide Assistance Project (DWAP) is building a 3 unit classroom block facility at Monkula a suburb at Karaga.

BUNKPURUGU Y:
Aspiring NDC MP moves to support sports in schools
Friday, May 25 2012

The NDC Parliamentary Candidate for the Bunkpurugu/Yunyoo Constituency in the Northern Region ,Hon Duut Abdulai Bonchel has presented sets of jerseys and footballs valued at GH¢10,000 to some schools in the area. 

KWAHU S:
Small town water system at Kwahu-Praso commissioned
Friday, May 25 2012

Water is life, so the people of Kwahu-Praso in the Kwahu South District in the Eastern Region did not hide their joy for the completion of a Small Town Water System for the community.

LAWRA:
Assembly initiates two august projects in health institutions
Friday, May 25 2012

The Lawra District Assembly is executing two august projects in some health institutions to help promote quality healthcare delivery in the entire district.

SUNYANI:
Art Center to be ready for NAFAC- Asum-Ahensah
Friday, May 25 2012

The Ministry of Chieftaincy and Culture is very much committed to completing the Art Center building at Sunyani to prepare the place for the National Festival Art and Culture (NAFAC).

KWAHU W:
Minister inspects, commissions projects
Friday, May 25 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Victor Smith has taken his tour in the region to the Kwahu West municipality to inspect some good number of projects initiated by government.

ABURA:
Abandon unnecessary expenses, invest in your children’s edu- DCE
Friday, May 25 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Abura/Asebu/Kwamankese District Assembly, William Atta-Mends has advised parents to cut down on unnecessary expenses to enable them invest properly in the education of their wards.

SOCIAL:
AU day observed
Saturday, May 26 2012

Mr. William Kwasi Aboah, Minister of the Interior, on Friday said commemoration of  Africa Union Day should serve as a reminder of the vision of the founding fathers of the Organization of African Unity.

TMA:
TOR to get $450 million to pay outstanding debt
Saturday, May 26 2012

The Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) is negotiating with a French Financial Institution for a 450 million dollar loan to enable it pay its outstanding debts.

KWAHU W:
Minister ends tour of Kwahu Districts
Saturday, May 26 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Mr. Victor Smith has assured Moslem communities in the region that government has nothing against Fulanis engaged in ligitmate businesses in country and will protect them as government will protect its citizens.

KWAHU N:
Afram Plains South MP to support youth
Saturday, May 26 2012

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Parliamentary candidate for Afram Plains South in the Kwahu North District in the Eastern Region, Joseph Appiah Boateng has disclosed that one of his cardinal points of focus when elected into office will be toward the youth.

EJISU J:
MTN funds new maternity block for Ejisu Gov Hospital
Saturday, May 26 2012

Pregnant women in the Ejisu Juaben Municipality will very soon enjoy maternity services from a new maternity block as a groundbreaking ceremony was held in the area recently for the commencement the project.

TECHIMAN:
National Every-Day Wear launched
Saturday, May 26 2012

As part of government’s policy to promote the growth and development of local industries through the stimulation of demand for locally produced goods and services, the Ministry of Trade and Industry in collaboration with the Techiman Municipality has organised a District launch in Techiman of National Every-Day wear (previously called Friday Wear), with special emphasis on revamping the textile and garment subsector.

DORMA:
Assembly qualifies for $493,000 grant
Saturday, May 26 2012

The Dormaa Municipal Assembly has qualified to benefit from a $493,000 grant under a new initiative called the Urban Development Grant (UDG).

ADANSI N.:
A/R Minister cuts sod for water project.
Sunday, May 27 2012

The Ashanti Regional Minister, Dr Kwaku Agyemang-Mensah has cut sod for the construction of a small water project in the Akrokerri township. 

NKWANTA N.:
Kpassa Senior High School upgraded
Sunday, May 27 2012

Students who will be admitted into the Kpassa Senior High School during the September intake will enjoy boarding facilities as the school has been upgraded into a boarding status.

TECHIMAN:
Apoor Festival celebrated
Sunday, May 27 2012

The chiefs and people of Techiman climaxed their annual Apoor festival with a grand durbar. This year’s Apoor festival was celebrated on the theme ‘Tolerance: A key to stability and development in a democratic state’.

SECURITY:
Ghana Police Service ready for peaceful elections - PRO
Sunday, May 27 2012

The Acting Public Relations Officer of Ghana Police Service said at the weekend that the service is fully prepared to handle any acts of violence that will arise before during and after the December polls.

TMA:
Rehibilated market for Manhean inaugurated
Sunday, May 27 2012

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA), on Thursday inaugurated a 16-seater rehabilitated shed for fish mongers at the Tema Manhean market.

KWAHU E:
Sampoa receives fair share of ‘Better Ghana’ agenda
Monday, May 28 2012

Residents of Sempoa, a fishing community in the Kwahu East District in the Eastern Region have expressed gratitude to government and the District assembly for the numerous development project the area has benefitted from.

TALENSI N:
JSDF/Assembly support women in economic activities
Monday, May 28 2012

In order to give the leverage to empower women take up active roles in the development of society, the Talensi Nabdam District Assembly has joined forces with its development counterpart, Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF) to support some women in the area.

KWAHU W:
Permanent accomodation for MCE/MCD provided
Monday, May 28 2012

The Kwahu West Municipal Assembly has received commendation for its bold initiative to construct its own residential facility for the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) and the Municipal Coordinating Director (MCD).

GOMOA E:
Registration review committee inuagurated
Monday, May 28 2012

A seven-member Registration Review Committee for Gomoa East District of the Central Region has been inaugurated.

TAMALE:
Chinese to invest in soybean production in Northern Region
Monday, May 28 2012

Mr William So, a Chinese business man, has initiated the process to invest in soybean production in the Northern Region.

LAWRA:
Assembly moves to drill more boreholes for residents
Monday, May 28 2012

At least 10 boreholes are currently being drilled for residents in some selected communities in the Lawra district to ease the difficulty of accessing potable water in those areas.

KWAHU S:
E/R Minister commissions new electrification project
Monday, May 28 2012

The Kwahu South District Assembly has made strides with the commissioning of electrification project and a Junior High School block for communities in the Kwahu Praso area council.

ATWIMA N:
Ntensere town gets classroom/library
Monday, May 28 2012

Ntensere, a deprived town in the Atwima-Nwabiagya District in the Ashanti Region has had its fair share of the national cake as more and more enviable projects are being executed in for them.

MFANTSEMAN:
“Schools under trees will soon be a thing of the past” –MCE
Monday, May 28 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive for the Mfantseman Municipality in the Central Region, Henry Kweku Hayfron has stressed government’s continuous effort towards provision of more educational infrastructure saying that “schools under trees will be a thing of the past”.

AMA:
Akweteman/Nii Boiman areas get enviable road projects
Monday, May 28 2012

Two Electoral areas in the Okaikoi North Sub-Metro of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly, Akweteyman and Nii Boiman have over the inception of the NDC government benefited from massive development projects.

SOCIAL:
Eastern Corridor roads project to be completed on schedule
Monday, May 28 2012

Mr Henry Ford Kamel, Volta Regional Minister, Wednesday re-assured communities along the Eastern Corridor Roads that the project to rehabilitate those roads would be completed on schedule.

SISSALA W:
DCE proposes Community Initiatives to bridge teacher deficit gap
Monday, May 28 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Sissala West District Assembly, Moses Dramani Luri has urged the youth in the area to take up community initiatives in the educational sector to assist manage the minimal rate of professional teachers in the district.

ELLEMBELE:
Gov’t committed to improving the affordable health delivery-Buah
Tuesday, May 29 2012

Mr Emmanuel Armah Kofi Buah, the Member of Parliament for Ellembelle Constituency, has reiterated government’s commitment to improving the affordable healthcare delivery in the country.

EDUCATION:
Ghana would work with Ethiopia – Mr Lee Ocran
Tuesday, May 29 2012

Mr Lee Okran, Minister of Education, has said Ghana was ready to partner Ethopia through experience sharing in diverse fields for the mutual benefits of the two countries.

AMA:
Osu Mantse receives certificates of excellence in dev’t
Tuesday, May 29 2012

The Osu Mantse, Nii Okwei Kinka Dowuona VI, has received a certificate for his dedication in the development of his traditional area at the Elders Forum of the Distinguished Scholars of Africa at Osu.

N JUABEN:
Assembly to commence phase 2 of Koforidua-Accra Lorry Park
Tuesday, May 29 2012

The New Juaben Municipal Assembly is to invest part of its share of the District Development Fund (DDF) in the phase two of the reconstruction of the Koforidua-Accra Lorry Park as captured in the Assembly’s Budget for 2012.

TANO S:
Upgrading of Techimantia-Subriso road to commence
Tuesday, May 29 2012

Dr. Louisa Hannah Bisiw, a Deputy Minister for Water Resources, Works and Housing, at the weekend cut the sod for the upgrading of the Techimantia-Subriso road at Techimantia in the Tano South District of Brong-Ahafo Region.

NKWANTA N:
Construction of Kambouwuli-Mathiaskope road begins
Tuesday, May 29 2012

Transportation of farm produce and general movement of goods and services along the Kambouwuli-Mathiaskope areas in the Nkwanta North District is being given a boost with commencement of construction work on the Kambouwuli-Mathiaskope feeder road.

EJISU JUABEN:
Abankro M/A school get new classroom block
Tuesday, May 29 2012

Authorities of Abankro M /A Primary School in the Ejisu Juaben Municipality have received keys to a new 3-unit classroom block to augment the number of school structures they already have.

LAWRA:
DCE sure of Prez. Mills’ victory
Tuesday, May 29 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Lawra District Assembly, Abu Samson has realized that, the NDC government will obtain majority votes in the December polls in the district.

BONGO:
Two basic schools considered with additional school blocks
Tuesday, May 29 2012

At least two basic schools in the Bongo district have been considered in government’s effort in the provision of some dignified structures to enhance teaching and learning in local areas.

ASSIN S:
New teachers’ quarters for Mesomagor
Tuesday, May 29 2012

Government in collaboration with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is putting up a new 6-unit classroom block at Nyankumasi Ahenkro in the Assin South District of the Central Region.  

SOCIAL:
All district courts to be automated soon- Kumbour
Tuesday, May 29 2012

All District courts operating in the country will soon be automated or computerized before the end of this year.

JAMAN N:
Construction of school block for Kokoa R/C school underway
Tuesday, May 29 2012

A 3-unit classroom block for Kokoa R/C primary school in the Jaman North District of the Brong Ahafo Region has begun.

ECONOMY:
Government will spend wisely in 2012 - President Mills
Wednesday, May 30 2012

President John Evans Atta Mills on Tuesday said despite 2012 being an election year with economic challenges, the Government would take decisions and actions in the supreme interest of the people.

ADENTAN:
Heads of public/private schools attend seminar
Wednesday, May 30 2012

In a conscious effort to promote educational delivery in the Adentan Municipality, the Adentan Educational directorate of the Adentan Municipal Assembly has organized its 2nd Annual Municipal Education Review meeting for head teachers of all public and private schools ranging from Kindergarten to Junior High School (JHS) in the Municipality. 

AMA:
Nii Ansuade Receives Ga Traditional Meals To Usher In Homowo
Wednesday, May 30 2012

Nii Borketey Ansuade, Baatsonaa Mantse over the weekend received the traditional meal of the Gas (corn) from Oyibi on behalf of the chiefs and people of the Nungua Traditional Area. The ceremony is to mark activities for this year’s Homowo, popularly known as Kpledzoo festival.

SISSALA W:
“Government’s economic interventions, sure way of reducing poverty”-DCE
Wednesday, May 30 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Sissala West District Assembly, Moses Dramani Luri has underscored the need to intensify government’s economic interventions as a step to reducing poverty in the local areas.

TALENSI N:
Assembly/CWSA commits efforts to boost water system
Wednesday, May 30 2012

The burden of trekking long distance to access potable water by some residents of deprived communities located in the Talensi Nabdam district has been guaranteed to end shortly.

U MANYA K:
Assist government to deliver - Victor Smith
Wednesday, May 30 2012

Eastern Regional Minister, Mr. Victor Smith has called on civil servants and the general public to assist the government to deliver on its development agenda.

LAWRA:
Assembly/Feeder roads tars streets at Lawra SHS
Wednesday, May 30 2012

The Lawra Senior High School has been considered to benefit from the road infrastructure development being executed in the district by the Assembly with support from the Department of Feeder Roads.

U MANYA K:
DCE appeals for more support
Wednesday, May 30 2012

The District Chief Executive for Upper Manya Krobo in the Eastern Region, Joseph Tetteh Angmor has reiterated the Assembly and Governenement’s determination to solve the numerous challenges confronting the district to enhance development and provide better living conditions of the people.

TANO S:
Bechem town roads to be tarred
Wednesday, May 30 2012

Roads within the capital of the Tano South District Assembly, Bechem, will very soon be facelifted as a groundbreaking ceremony was held recently in the area for the project to commence.

KUMASI:
Acquaint yourselves with ICT courses - Asantehene
Wednesday, May 30 2012

Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, Asantehene, has advised students to show more interest in Information Communication and Technology (ICT) education to make them more skillful and competent in the job market.

SISSALA E:
Assembly covers 14 new schools under GSFP
Wednesday, May 30 2012

The Sissala East District Assembly has this year scaled up the number of schools benefiting from the Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP) from 32 to 46 in the district.

FEATURE:
IT/ICT - A tool for rapid development: lessons from India
Wednesday, May 30 2012

The world now revolves on the command of Information Communication Technology (ICT) and no country with a progressive philosophy can afford to be left behind.

SOCIAL:
Population and housing census results (2010) to be out today
Thursday, May 31 2012

The Ghana Statistical Service will later today release full details of the population and housing census conducted in 2010. 

ABURA:
Regional Minister tours district
Thursday, May 31 2012

The Central Regional Minister, Ama Benyiwa-Doe has toured the Abura/Asebu/Kwamankese District to inspect and also commission some government projects executed in various communities of the district.

U MANYA K:
500-capacity girls’ dormitory nears completion
Thursday, May 31 2012

Good news for students in the the Asessewa Senior High School (SHS) in the Upper Manya Krobo District in the Eastern Region as work is assidously on a 500-capacity 3-storey girls dormitory block for the school to see for its completion.

SABOBA:
Assembly rehabilitates Changbani police charge office
Thursday, May 31 2012

The Saboba District Assembly has initiated efforts to rehabilitate the Police Charge office at Changbani, a community of the district.

KARAGA:
Sakulo nurses get new accommodation facility
Thursday, May 31 2012

The accommodation condition of nurses at Sakulo, a community in the Karaga district is expected to improve significantly as the Assembly has secured a decent structure for housing of nurses in the area.

FANTEAKWA:
Fatal accident claims five lives
Thursday, May 31 2012

Five (5) people were confirmed dead on the spot yesterday at Old Tafo between Bonsu junction to Kukurantumi when a tipper truck collided into a Toyota hiase mini van.

AJUMAKO:
Heart Patient receives support
Thursday, May 31 2012

The Ajumako Enyan Essiam District Assembly in the Central Region has contributed to support a heart patient undergo a surgery at the National Cardiothoracic Center at the Korle- Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra. 

AKUAPIM S:
Minister appeals for respect for rule of law
Thursday, May 31 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Mr. Victor Smith has called for respect for the rule of law in order that the peace in the country can be maintained. 

AMA:
NADMO takes measures to curb flooding
Thursday, May 31 2012

The National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) yesterday desilted drains in some parts of the Accra Metropolis as part of measures to reduce flooding during the rainy season.

SEKYERE E:
Omanhene releases land for agricultural production
Thursday, May 31 2012

Nana Dr. Susubribi Krobea-Asante, Omanhene of Asante-Asokore Traditional Area in the Ashanti Region, has released an 80-acre land in support of the Youth in Agriculture Project.

AGONA E:
Assembly to host Regional Minister tomorrow
Thursday, May 31 2012

The Central Regional Minister, Mrs. Ama Benyiwa- Doe, will tour the Agona East District tomorrow to commission newly completed projects and inspect some government projects executed under the “Better Ghana” agenda.

KMA:
150 suspected criminals nabbed in police swoop
Thursday, May 31 2012

One hundred and fifty (150) suspected criminals including some on the Police wanted list and eight females, have been arrested in a raid carried out in parts of the Kumasi Metropolis by the Police.