U MANYA K:
Akateng new police post to be ready soon
Friday, June 01 2012

A new Police Station being established at Akateng, a fishing community in the Upper Manya Krobo District in the Eastern Region is expected to be ready soon.

SOCIAL:
Ghana’s population almost 25 million
Friday, June 01 2012

The Ghana Statistical Service has released the final results of the Population Housing Census conducted September, 2010.

U DENKYIRA E:
Dunkwa SECTECH to get new school block
Friday, June 01 2012

Works are seriously underway to complete an emergency 6-unit classroom block for the Dunkwa Secondary Technical School in the Upper Denkyira East Municipality of the Central Region.

SISSALA E:
More street lights to illuminate Tumu township
Friday, June 01 2012

The phase one of the street lighting project being executed in the Sissala East District has seen the Tumu township benefit from the installation of considerable number of street lights.

AKUAPIM S:
Minister Advocates official opening of Nsawam by-pass
Friday, June 01 2012

The hectic vehicular congestion at the Nsawam stretch of the Accra- Nsawam road is by now a common knowledge to a general public especially commuters on the road.

ABURA:
C/R Minister satisfied over work on gov’t projects
Friday, June 01 2012

Ama Benyiwa-Doe, the Central Regional Minister has stated that she is impressed with the pace of work on some on-going projects executed in the Abura/ Asebu/ Kwamankese (AAK) District in fulfillment of the ruling NDC party’s "Better Ghana" agenda.

SISSALA W:
DCE cautions rampant felling of trees
Friday, June 01 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Sissala West District Assembly, Moses Dramani Luri has expressed grave concern over the rampant cutting down of trees for the purposes of charcoal by some residents of the district.

KWABRE E:
Chiefs commend DCE for quality leadership
Friday, June 01 2012

Chiefs in the Kwabre East District have applauded Hon. Adams Iddisah for his sterling administrative and leadership qualities.

MFANTSEMAN:
Assembly to demolish weak structures soon
Friday, June 01 2012

The Mfantseman Municipal Assembly in collaboration with the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) has initiated plans to eradicate weak and dilapidated buildings that pose danger to lives and properties in the area.

AGONA E:
C/R Minister commissions 2 school projects
Friday, June 01 2012

The Central Regional Minister , Ama Benyiwa-Doe, as part of her tour in the region has commissioned two separate 6-unit classroom blocks for the Fawomanye DA Methodist and the Agona East DA Primary Schools in the Agona East District.

YILO K:
2 storey classroom block for Somanya Basic School
Friday, June 01 2012

More communities continue to benefit from improve school infrastructure from government as a way of enhancing teaching and learning.

AGONA E:
24 Laptops for Kwansakrom DA School
Saturday, June 02 2012

Government’s policy to improve the study of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in every part of the country is fast becoming a reality as most schools in the Agona East District of the Central Region have benefited from the national policy.

YILO K:
Civil servants appeal for modern working materials
Saturday, June 02 2012

Civil servants at the Yilo Krobo Municipality in the Eastern Region have appealed to government to replace obsolete working materials with modern ones.

STMA:
Government urged to grow the local textiles industry
Saturday, June 02 2012

Mr. Moses Akrofi, Head of Textiles Department of the Takoradi Polytechnic, on Friday, urged government to motivate local textiles industries through tax waivers, micro financing and good policies to enhance the growth of the sector.

GA E:
La Nkwantanang-Madina District to be inaugurated
Saturday, June 02 2012

The newly created La Nkwantanang-Madina District Assembly, carved from Ga East Municipality would be inaugurated on Tuesday, June 19, 2012.

U MANYA K:
Bormase school gets new school block
Saturday, June 02 2012

Pupils of Bormase Primary school in the Upper Manya District in the Eastern Region have every reason to be grateful to government and the district assembly for coming to their aid in times of need.

SOCIAL:
LESDEP makes strides in ER
Saturday, June 02 2012

The Local Enterprises and skills Development Programme, LESDEP has made significant gains in the Eastern Region.

KINTANPO:
5km of entire Kintampo town road to be upgraded
Saturday, June 02 2012

Five kilometers of the entire Kintampo town road is to be upgraded soon.

SOCIAL:
Nationwide first aid training for teachers
Sunday, June 03 2012

The Ghana Red Cross Society (GRCS), has launched a nationwide training in first aid for teachers in both public and private schools.

AMA:
Committe set to supervise installation of billboards
Sunday, June 03 2012

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) in collaboration with Advertisers Association of Ghana (AAG) has inaugurated a seven-member technical committee to oversee the installation of billboards to ensure human safety in Accra.

YILO K:
Minister breaks ground for two new projects
Sunday, June 03 2012

Mr Victor Smith, ER Minster, on Friday broke the gound for the construction of two new projects for the Klo-Agogo Community in the Yilo Krobo Municipality with a call on the constructors to expertite work on the projects to bring the expected relief to the targeted group.

KINTAMPO:
Community radio station inaugurated
Sunday, June 03 2012

A Community Radio Station has been built by the Kintampo Municipal Assembly as part of government’s effort to communicate effectively to the people on the grassroots. The project cost GH¢131, 718.43 and is expected to be handed over to the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation. The project took almost a year and half to be completed.

S TONGU:
Committee inaugurated to investigate Sogakope school land issue
Sunday, June 03 2012

The controversy regarding the Sogakope Senior High School land has been addressed, when an 11-member committee was sworn in. 
The committee is to seek for lasting peace in the Sogakope Senior High School land issue.

WA:
13 arrested in Wa over attempted murder of chief
Monday, June 04 2012

The Police in Wa have arrested 13 persons suspected to have been involved in an assignation attempt on Naa Fuseini Pelpuo a rival claimant to the Wa skin at Wa.

TOLON K:
Dalun-Lana displeased with poor road network in his area
Monday, June 04 2012

Dalun Lana Amidu Mahama (Chief of Dalun) in the Northern Region, has expressed displeasure about the poor road network in the area, which he said had resulted in slow pace of development.

SOCIAL:
Transport Minister sets up Aircraft Accident Investigation Committee
Monday, June 04 2012

Alhaji Collins Dauda, Minister of Transportation, has inaugurated a five-member Aircraft Accident Investigation Committee to look into circumstances leading to the crash of the Allied Air Boeing 728-200 Cargo Aircraft on Saturday night.

 

TEMA:
Ofosu-Ampofo inspects Chapel Square road project
Monday, June 04 2012

Residents of the Sakomono Estate Chapel Square near Tema could not hide their excitement when bulldozers started work on a major access road from the estate joining the Sakomuno village  along the Tema Beach road.

YILO K:
Expansion of Klo-Agogo Hospital nears completion
Monday, June 04 2012

Expansion work at the Klo-Agogo Hospital with the construction of two new blocks is about 95% complete.

 

U MANYA K:
Minister allays fears of residents over Sekesua roads
Monday, June 04 2012

The unmotorable nature of the Sekesua road remains a major challenge confronting residents and traders who throng the place to transact business.

AKUAPIM S:
Obirikoreng amanfrom folks grateful to govt
Monday, June 04 2012

Chiefs and people of Obirikoreng Amanfrom have expressed gratitude to government for putting up a modern 6-unit classroom block for Obirikoreng Amanfrom L/A primary in the Akuapim South Municipality.

TANO S:
Techimantia-Akumadan road to be upgraded soon
Monday, June 04 2012

Time spent on traveling from the Ashanti Region to the Brong Ahafo Region will very soon be made shorter and convenient, as upgrading of the 10km road linking Techimantia and Akumadan is expected to takeoff soon.

JOMORO:
New fire tender for Half- Assini
Monday, June 04 2012

Residents of Half-Assini, the capital of Jomoro District last Friday trooped to the streets of the area to catch a glimpse of a new fire tender for the community and its surrounding environs to beef-up activities of the National Fire Service in fighting fire.

LAWRA:
More structures for Ko SHS
Monday, June 04 2012

An ultra modern dining hall building is currently under construction at the Ko Senior High School in the Lawra District in the Upper West Region.

KINTAMPO S:
41 communities to be electrified
Monday, June 04 2012

As part of the Better Ghana Agenda, 41 communities being deprived communities in the Kintampo South District in the Brong Ahafo Region will be connected to the national power grid very soon.

LUMBUSSIE K:
PM bemoans continuous decline in standard of education
Monday, June 04 2012

The Presiding Member for the Lambusssie Karni District in the Upper West Region, and the Assembly member for the Samoa electoral area, Hon. Sagito Issakah has bemoaned the constant decline in the standard of education in the district.

BUNKPURUGU Y:
Nakpanduri clashes leaves 4 injured, 30 houses burnt
Tuesday, June 05 2012

About four persons have been injured from gunshots wounds while more than 30 houses have been burnt in a clash between Konkombas and  Bimobas at Nakpanduri in the Bunkpurugu/Yunyoo District of the Northern Region.  

TARKWA N:
EC receives 17 challenged forms
Tuesday, June 05 2012

Out of 17 persons, who were challenged during the biometric voters’ registration exercise in the Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipality, six have qualified to be registered to take part in Election 2012 while eleven were disqualified.

JOMORO:
Ekpu gets six-unit classroom block
Tuesday, June 05 2012

Mr Paul Evans Aidoo, Western Regional Minister, inaugurated a six-unit classroom, an office, library and four-seater W/C toilet costing GHc140, 000 at Ekpu near Half-Assini in the Jomoro District.

AKUAPIM S:
Fire Service appeals for modern equipment
Tuesday, June 05 2012

Fire Service personnel in the Akuapim South Municipality in the Eastern Region have appealed to government to help improve their facilities to meet the status of the service.

YILO K:
Reconstruction of Nkurankan market underway
Tuesday, June 05 2012

A 2-storey sixteen store and office market structure is currently under construction at Nkurankan in the Yilo Krobo Municipality to help increase economic activities in the municipality.

AGRICULTURE:
Gov’t to subsidise 176,000 metric tonnes of fertiliser
Tuesday, June 05 2012

The Government has targeted to subsidise 176,000 metric tonnes of granular and liquid fertilizer at a cost of GH¢120.3 million, and 151,000 metric tonnes of certified seed at the cost of GH¢4.8 million, all totaling GH¢124.1 million.

SOCIAL:
Ghana hosting 13,000 refugees and 12,000 asylum seekers
Tuesday, June 05 2012

There are 13,000 refugees and 12,000 asylum seekers currently living in the country, Mrs. Mavis Abo, Protection Associate, at the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, (UNCHR) disclosed on Monday.

KWAHU S:
District makes stride in Education
Tuesday, June 05 2012

Chief Executive of the Kwahu South District in the Eastern Region, Joseph Omari  has underscored the positive impacts of government’s interventions in the education sector on the standard of education in the district.

BOLGA:
Assembly hands over CHPS at Dorongo, Yikene
Tuesday, June 05 2012

The Bolgatanga Municipal Assembly has constructed two Community Based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) centre at Dorongo and Yikene communities.

GOMOA W:
Education Minister to tour area tomorrow
Tuesday, June 05 2012

The Minister of Education, Mr. Lee Ocran will tomorrow June 6, 2012 pay the Gomoa West District a visit as part of his responsibilites as the minister.

DANGME E:
Dress-A-Kid foundation donates to Maranathan Community
Tuesday, June 05 2012

Children and teens of the Maranathan Community, a deprived island at Ada Foah in the Dangme East District, were full of smiles and encomiums when they received cloths from the ‘Dress-A-Kid’ crew from Accra.

U DENKYIRA E:
Deprived communities get electricity
Tuesday, June 05 2012

About four communities in the Upper Denkyira East Municipal Assembly of the Central Region have been connected to the national grid to improve socio-economic activities in the area.

TEMA:
Tema Mantse appreciates support from French Gov’t
Tuesday, June 05 2012

Nii Adjei Kraku II, Tema Mantse, has expressed gratitude to the French Government for the support it had given to Tema over the years.

LAMBUSSIE K:
New teachers’ quarters at Samoa completed
Tuesday, June 05 2012

In order to boost accommodation for teachers in the Samoa Electoral Area in the Lambussie Karni District, the Assembly has put up decent semi-detached teachers’ quarters for teachers at Samoa.

ABURA:
Abakranpa SHS dormitory nears completion
Tuesday, June 05 2012

Works on two separate dormitory blocks for the Abakranpa Senior High School (SHS) in the Abura Asebu Kwamankese (AAK) District to provide proper accommodation for students in the school are almost completed.

LAWRA:
GETFund powers infrastructure projects at Nandom SHS
Wednesday, June 06 2012

The Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) in support to promoting quality education in all parts of the country has moved to undertake some infrastructure projects for Nandom Senior High School (SHS).

STMA:
48 centres selected for mop-up biometric registration
Wednesday, June 06 2012

The Electoral Commission (EC) has selected 48 centres in the Western Region for mop-up exercises on the biometric voter registration.

SOCIAL:
Govt is committed to deepening democracy - Veep
Wednesday, June 06 2012

Ghana’s Vice President John Dramani Mahama has said the passage of the Presidential Transition Act demonstrated Government’s commitment to deepening democracy, and to avoid political polarisation.

SOCIAL:
NSS deploys 2,103 qualified nurses and midwives
Wednesday, June 06 2012

The Ghana National Service Scheme (GNSS) has deployed a total of 2,103 qualified Nurses and Midwives to undertake their national service for the 2012-2013 service year in 166 health facilities across the country. 

AMA:
’Millennium City’ - Ablekuma North Sub-metro at a glance
Wednesday, June 06 2012

Upon assumption of office of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government in 2009, the Accra Metropolitan Assembly headed by the Mayor, Mr. Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije declared Accra a ‘Meillennium City’.

SOCIAL:
MMDAs are responsible for providing streelights - Dep Energy Min
Wednesday, June 06 2012

A Deputy Minister of Energy, Hon. Inusah Fuseini has charged Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to take up the responsibility of erecting streetlights in their respective areas to enhance security and promote legitimate night activities.

K NANKANA W:
140 boreholes secured to improve water system
Wednesday, June 06 2012

A total of 140 boreholes have been secured in various communities under the Kassena Nankana West District in the Upper East Region between the year 2009-2012, the District Chief Executive for the area, Thomas Dalu Addah has said.

KETU N:
Tadzewu residents receive relief items
Wednesday, June 06 2012

The Ketu North District Assembly together with the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) has presented relief items to hundreds of displaced residents in the recent flooding experienced in the Tadzewu town.

BOLGA:
Yorogo-Pengre acquires new classroom block
Wednesday, June 06 2012

The Bolgatanga Municipal Assembly has collaborated with Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) to rescue the poor condition of school children who were studying in a dilapidated mud-structure at Yorogo-Pengre.

GOMOA W:
Education Minister distributes 500 uniforms
Wednesday, June 06 2012

Thank-you smiles were written all over the faces of students in the Simbrofo  D/A school in the Gomoa West District as they receive about 500 free uniforms from the Minister of Education, Lee Ocran.

B ASIKUMA:
Assembly members to receive motorbikes tomorrow
Wednesday, June 06 2012

The Asikuman/Odoben/Brakwa District Assembly in the Central Region will tomorrow distribute about 47 brand new motorbikes to its members to facilitate work within their respective electoral areas. 

KETU S:
Drains to be constructed to end flooding
Thursday, June 07 2012

The government in collaboration with hydrologists are planning for the construction of new drainages to forestall the constant flooding in most parts of the Ketu South Constituency. 

SOCIAL:
IEA commended for passage of Presidential Transition Act
Thursday, June 07 2012

Ghana’s Vice President John Dramani Mahama has said the passage of the Presidential Transition Act demonstrated Government’s commitment to deepening democracy, and to avoid political polarisation.

SECURITY:
Ghana to operate Aflao, Elubu and Paga borders 24 hours
Thursday, June 07 2012

Government of Ghana is in talk with its neighboring state to explore the possibility of operating the vital border post of Aflao, Elubu and Paga for 24 hours daily to facilitate trade and movement of persons.

SOCIAL:
1,500 jobs created in oil and gas sector
Thursday, June 07 2012

The Deputy Minister of Energy, Hon. Inusah Fuseini has said out of the about 1,500 jobs created in the oil and gas sector about 840 representing about 57% are Ghanaians.

AMA:
Ban on drumming and noise making to be lifted today
Thursday, June 07 2012

After a month of ban on drumming and noise making  the Ga Traditional Councilwill today Thursday June 7, 2012 lift the ban to pave way for the their annual Homowo festival to commence.

KPANDAI:
Nasandin CHPS facility to be ready soon
Thursday, June 07 2012

Residents at Nasandin, a small community in the Kpandai district in the Northern Region will soon get the opportunity to access primary healthcare, as the construction of a Community Based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) centre is near completion in the area.

BAWKU W:
Zebilla market facility under construction
Thursday, June 07 2012

The Member of Parliament for Zebilla in the Upper East Region, Cletus Avoka, through support from government has committed attention to fully complete the construction of the Zebilla market for traders.

BIRIM N:
Minister warns against lackadaisical attitude
Thursday, June 07 2012

Leaving everything in the hands of government is inimical to the country’s development. 

DANGME E:
MP launches Ada excellence awards 2012
Thursday, June 07 2012

Mr Alex Tettey-Enyo, Member of Parliament for Ada Constituency in the Greater Accra Region yesterday launched the Ada Excellence Awards in an effort to reward organisations and indigenes who have contributed towards the socio-economic development of the town.

GOMOA E:
Assembly keen to improve education
Thursday, June 07 2012

The District Chief Executive for  Gomoa East in the Central Region, Isaac Kingsley Ahunu has asserted that the assembly is still on course to execute more educational projects to boost education in the area.

BIRIM N:
"Gov’t is not against smale scale mining" – Victor Smith
Friday, June 08 2012

The Eastern Reional Minister, Victor smith has expressed  dismay at the continous gross disregard to laid down rules and procedures in engaging in small scale mining.

AGRIC:
Farmers yet to benefit from Social Security Scheme
Friday, June 08 2012

The Ministry of Finance has said cocoa farmers are yet to benefit from the Social Security Scheme as it is yet to be implemented.

SOCIAL:
MP presents hair dryer to young lady
Friday, June 08 2012

The Member of Parliament for Kintampo North, Honourable Stephen Kunsu has presented a standing hair dryer to Miss Abena Akosanga, 22, a deaf and dumb lady.

K NANKANA W:
“There is no doubt peoples’ lives have improve”-DCE
Friday, June 08 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Kassena Nankana West District Assembly, Thomas Dalu Addah has emphasized that there is no doubt that the lives of many individuals have improved under the administration of the NDC government.

GOMOA W:
Gomoa SHS to receive new bus
Friday, June 08 2012

Students of Gomoa Senior High School (SHS) in the Gomoa West District of the Central Region have been assured of a brand new bus from the Ministry of Education as part of measures to improve students’ transportation in the school.

BAWKU W:
Travelers to enjoy ease in transportation on Zebilla-Zabre road
Friday, June 08 2012

The Zebilla-Zabre road linking Ghana and neighbouring Burkina Faso is currently being tarred to enhance smooth transportation on the stretch for travelers.

MFANTSEMAN:
NHIA to get new office complex
Friday, June 08 2012

The Mfansteman Mutual Health Insurance Authority will soon benefit from a new office complex as part of measures to strengthen their operationS in the area.

KWAEBIBIREM:
Minister commissions Kwantanan Islamic, R/C primary school blocks
Friday, June 08 2012

Six unit classroom blocks with ancillary facilities have been commissioned at Kwantanan Roman Catholic and Kwantanan Islamic Primary Schools at separate functions in the Kwaebibirem District.

KWAEBIBIREM:
Min cut sod for construction of new office complex
Saturday, June 09 2012

Eastern Regional Minster, Mr. Victor Smith has cut sod for the construction of a modern 3- storey office complex at Kade in the Kwabibirem District.

AMA:
Regional Min calls for peace for Ga state
Saturday, June 09 2012

Mr Joseph Nii Afotey Agbo, the Greater Accra Regional Minister, has appealed to the people of the Region to overcome their differences and work for the betterment of the Ga state.

AGRIC:
SADA MVP to supply 12,760 bags of fertilizer
Saturday, June 09 2012

Four thousand four-hundred and seventy-seven farmers from 34 communities in three districts are to benefit from 12760 bags (25 kg) of fertilizer to augment food production.

BOLGA:
Zuarungu-Katanga benefits from classroom block
Saturday, June 09 2012

Zuarungu-Katanga, a community within the Bolgatanga municipality has also been supported with the numerous school structures being built for various schools in the area.

BIRIM N:
Be patriotic – Minister tells contractors
Saturday, June 09 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Mr. Victor Smith has called on contractors to atleast exercise a bit of patriotism when executing government projects in the country.

SOCIAL:
B/A students receive laptops
Saturday, June 09 2012

As part of Government’s commitment to build a better Ghana through Science and Technology, the Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology (MEST), has distributed free Laptops to 22 beneficiaries in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana.

BIRIM N:
Minister inspects ongoing security projects
Sunday, June 10 2012

Work on a number of security projects in the Birim North District are nearing completion.

KWAEBIBIREM:
Kade sec tech gets more projects
Sunday, June 10 2012

The Kade Secondary Technical School in the Kwaebibirim District in the Eastern Region has played a major benefactor of the better Ghana Agenda.

KWAHU E:
PPAG helps improve health care
Sunday, June 10 2012

The Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG), a non-governmental organisation committed to sexual and reproductive health activities, is collaborating with the Japanese Organisation for International Cooperation in Family Planning (JOICFP) to provide quality health care for the people of the Kwahu East District in the Eastern Region.

TEMA:
Vice President calls for unity among Ghanaians
Monday, June 11 2012

Vice President John Dramani Mahama on Sunday advised Ghanaians not to be swayed by political differences to disintegrate the unity they had acquired from the past generations.

TAMALE:
Man killed in Tishigu chieftaincy dispute
Monday, June 11 2012

Adamu Yakubu, 78, who was hit by a bullet, died on the spot during the enskinment of Nido Sulenana as Tishigu Naa, at Tishigu, a suburb of Tamale, on Saturday afternoon.

N JUABEN:
Provide regional hospitals with basic urological equipment - Urologists
Monday, June 11 2012

Dr Alex Egote, a urologist of the Sunyani Hospital, has appealed for the supply of basic urological equipments to the regional hospitals to enable them to offer basic urological services to the people.

N JUABEN:
Prof Mills is our candidate for 2012 - Kofi Portuphy
Monday, June 11 2012

Mr Kofi Portuphy, a leading member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has said Professor John Evans Atta Mills is a winnable candidate for 2012 elections and that all should join hands to support him.

SOCIAL:
Cocoa farmers yet to benefit from Social Security Scheme
Monday, June 11 2012

The Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning has said cocoa farmers are yet to benefit from the Social Security Scheme as it is yet to be implemented.

HOHOE:
Violent clash between Muslim and Hohoe community
Monday, June 11 2012

There are reported violent crash between the Muslim community and the indigenes in Hohoe over the body of the Chief Imam that has gone missing from its grave.

KWAHU S:
More comunities get water
Monday, June 11 2012

Chief Executive of the Kwahu South District, Joseph Omari has expressed gratitude to DANIDA for their continuous support in providing essential needs of deprived communities.

SISSALA E:
36 communities scheduled for electricity
Monday, June 11 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Sissala East District Assembly, Sulemana Alijata Gbentie has emphasized that over 36 communities in the district have been considered to be connected to the national electricity grid by the end of the year.

BOLGA:
MCE advocates for reconstruction of Vea dam
Monday, June 11 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive for the Bolgatanga Municipal Assembly, Edward Ayiriba Ayagle has added his voice to the call made by parties who are pressing for the urgent rehabilitation of the Vea dam.

ASUOGYAMAN:
Assembly signs MOU for animals’ husbandry
Monday, June 11 2012

The Asuogyaman District Assembly is hopping to become a major player in the production of animals to meet the protein needs of the country and to use it to generate employment to the youth.

M WASSA E:
Area Councils get office accomodation
Monday, June 11 2012

Out of the eight (8) Area Councils in the Mpohor Wassa East District in the Western Region, six of them have received office accomodation to help improve upon their services they render to the area.

KPANDAI:
Residents at Buya benefit from clinic facility
Tuesday, June 12 2012

A standard clinic facility has been constructed for residents at Buya, in the Kpandai district in the Northern Region to provide the opportunity for inhabitants to access quality healthcare service.

KETU S:
Start-up kits for LESDEP beneficiaries
Monday, June 11 2012

The Local Enterprises and Skills Development Programme, LESDEP continuous to touch the lives of many youth across the country.

AGONA W:
Agona Swedru to get new doctors’ flat
Monday, June 11 2012

Contract has been awarded for the construction of a new 3-bed room doctors flat for the Agona Swedru Hospital in the Agona West Municipality of the Central Region improve doctors’ accommodation situation in the area.

TANO S:
GETFund spends more on infrastructure
Tuesday, June 12 2012

The Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) has for the past two years spent GH¢61.048 to support infrastructure development in all 38 Colleges of Education in the country.

K NANKANA W:
DCE commends government for socio-economic programmes
Tuesday, June 12 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Kassena Nankana West District Assembly, Thomas Dalu Addah has expressed confidence in the viability of the various government economic models as the basis to accelerate growth in the local areas.

BIRIM N:
Minister to sanitize small scale mining
Tuesday, June 12 2012

Mr. Victor Smith, Eastern Regional Minister is to set up a committee to investigate and give report on small scale mining in the Birim North District and other districts where the activity is severer in the region.

TMA:
Assembly tasked to provide schools with electricity
Tuesday, June 12 2012

Assembly Members of the Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) have appealed for electricity to be provided for some schools in the Metropolis to enable them utilise computers presented to them under the Social Investment Fund (SIF).

HOHOE:
Curfew imposed on Hohoe Municipality
Tuesday, June 12 2012

A dusk to dawn curfew has been imposed on Hohoe in the Volta region following clashes that claimed the lives of two people.

BAWKU W:
Zebilla Post office complex project to take-off soon
Tuesday, June 12 2012

The Ministry of Communications has resolved to support the Bawku West District Assembly to establish a modern post office complex with state-of-the-art Information Communication Technology (ICT) facilities attached to it.

TANO N:
World Environment day commemorated with students
Tuesday, June 12 2012

This year’s World Environment Day has been commemorated with students and teachers of the Ola Girls’ Senior High school in Kanyasi and the Anglican Senior High school at Yamfo in the Tano North district of the Brong Ahafo Region.

GOMOA E:
New classroom block for Benso C-JHS
Tuesday, June 12 2012

After several years of studying under a make-shift structure, students of the Benso ’C’ Junior High School (JHS) in the Gomoa East District of the Central Region have benefited from a new 6-unit classroom to boost education in the area.

AUTU S:
Bawjiase Newtown gets ICT centre
Tuesday, June 12 2012

Students in the Bawjiase DC Junior High School in the Awutu Senya District of the Central Region have benefited from a new Information Communication Technology Center to improve its teaching and learning in the school. 

TALENSI N:
Tindongo/Namoligo clashes: Factions co-operate in peace broker
Wednesday, June 13 2012

The Upper East Regional Minister, Mark Woyongo, accompanied by the Member of Parliament for Talensi Nabdam Constituency, John Akologo Tia and the District Chief Executive for the area, Vivian Anafo has made a visit to two of the communities engaged in a recent clash over land issues in the area.

BONGO:
New nurses’ quarters to complement Anafobisi health centre
Wednesday, June 13 2012

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

HOHOE:
Chief Imam meets Togbega Gabusu to solve clashes
Wednesday, June 13 2012

The National Chief Imam, Shiekh Osman Nuhu Sharabutu has held a closed door meeting with the Chief of Hohoe, Togbega Gabusu and the leadership of the Zongo community in a bid to find a lasting solution to the misunderstanding that sparked some riots in the community on Monday.

KETU N:
38 projects executed in education
Wednesday, June 13 2012

A total of thirty eight projects in the educational sector alone have been rolled out in the Ketu North district in the Volta region since 2009.

MFANTSEMAN:
Potable water for 8 communities
Wednesday, June 13 2012

Government, through the Central Regional Development Commission (CEDECOM) have constructed about 10 boreholes within eight communities in the Mfantseman Municipality of the Central Region.

AJUMAKO:
Assembly to improve poor roads
Wednesday, June 13 2012

Rehabilitation works are currently on-going on some major roads in the Ajumako/ Eyan/ Essiam District to improve transportation in the area.

L MANYA K:
Supreme Court rules Akuse under district
Wednesday, June 13 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Lower Manya Krobo District Assembly, Isaac Tetteh Agbo has emphasized that the new ruling of the Supreme Court to maintain Akuse under the Lower Manya Krobo District will pave way to open the frontiers of the developmental agenda for the area.

KETU N:
V/R Deputy Minister calls for peace
Wednesday, June 13 2012

The Deputy Minister for Volta Region, Henry Ametefe has called for total peace in the country.

AKYEMANSA:
E/R Minister visits Ayirebi SHS
Wednesday, June 13 2012

Eastern Regional Minister, Victor Smith has admonished students of Ayirebi Senior High School to take their studies serious to be meaningful contributors to national development.

KPANDAI:
Six unit classroom block secured for Tandando
Thursday, June 14 2012

The Kpandai District Assembly is still stepping up efforts in the provision of adequate classroom structures in the area, as a 6 unit compound classroom block has been secured for Tandando a community in the district.

CAPE C:
New Voc/Tech School under construction
Thursday, June 14 2012

Work is currently on-going on a 2-storey 12 unit classroom block at 3rd Ridge Nkanfoa in the Cape Coast Metropolis to enable the establishment of a new Vocational Technical Training school. 

GOMOA W:
Regional Minister commissions new projects
Thursday, June 14 2012

The Central Regional Minister, Ama Benyiwa-Doe has disclosed that government is keen to ensure quality education as it is very important in Nation Building.

BAWKU W:
Zebilla environs receive boost in water facilities
Thursday, June 14 2012

Potable water is one of life’s basic necessities to enable people live comfortably, thus the Zebilla Member of Parliament , Hon. Cletus Avoka has managed to fund the drilling of at least 10 boreholes for Zebilla and the surrounding environs.

KETA:
Rhema School gets new classroom block
Thursday, June 14 2012

Elated school authorities of the Rhema Basic School at Woe-Abutia, a town in the Keta Municipality have received keys to a new 6-unit classroom block to enhance teaching and learning in the area.

L MANYA K:
Assembly extends support to private school
Thursday, June 14 2012

In order to give leverage for the private schools to also benefit from government’s support to the educational sector, the Lower Manya Krobo District Assembly has moved to supply Messiah Preparatory School, a school within the district with some 100 bags of cement.

AKYEMANSA:
Akokoaso SHS crave for more infrastructure support
Thursday, June 14 2012

The Akokoaso Senior High Technical School, one of the two SHS in the Akyemansa District is faced with serious infrastructural deficit affecting both teachers and students.

KETU N:
50,000 teachers to get laptops this year
Thursday, June 14 2012

Out of the over 65, 819 teachers in the country about 50, 000 of them will before the end of this year receive laptop computers, a gesture government is seriously working towards.

BUNKPURUGU Y:
Gov’t donates to support victims of Bimoba/Konkomba clashes
Thursday, June 14 2012

The District Chief Executive for Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo District Assembly,Philip Laari has presented relief items on behalf of the government through the Northern Regional Minister, Moses Magbenba to the victims of the Bimoba-Konkomba conflicts in Kpemali- Nakpanduri.

BUNKPURUGU Y:
“Reg. Minister, DCE had no dealings in clashes”-Nayiri
Thursday, June 14 2012

Nayiri Nabohagu Mahami Sheriga the Overlord of the Mamprugu traditional area has debunked the reportage circulating in some media that the Northern Regional Minister, Moses Magbenba together with the District Chief Executive for the Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo District Assembly, Philip Laari had some underground dealings in the unfortunate Bimoba/Konkomba clashes.

BIRIM S:
Chief Suggests policy on land acquisition
Thursday, June 14 2012

Okotwasuo Kantamanto Oworie Agyekum III, the Omanhene of Bosome in the Birim South has suggested the formulation of policy or guideline on land acquisition and ownership to help redeem litigation.

AKYEMANSA:
Minister Commissions new Court House
Thursday, June 14 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Mr. Victor Smith yesterday commissioned a new court house at Ofoase in the Akyemansa District as part of efforts to improve infrastructure in the judicial system of the country. 

K NANKANA E:
Two communities benefit from boreholes
Friday, June 15 2012

At least two communities in the Saboro electoral area in the Kassena Nankana East District Assembly are getting borehole facilities to improve the social lives of inhabitants.

BAWKU W:
Street lighting project soon to take-off at Zebilla
Friday, June 15 2012

In order to address the concerns raised by certain individuals regarding the strengthening of the security in the area, the Bawku West District Assembly has resolved to install additional streetlights in Zebilla township.

ASIKUMA:
"Let’s place dev’t over personal interest" – Minister
Friday, June 15 2012

The Deputy Central Regional Minister, Mr. Aquinas Tawiah Quansah has stated that in order to ensure a total development in the various communities, Assembly members  must place the forward march of the country over their personal interest.

WA E:
New community centre to be commissioned at Funsi
Friday, June 15 2012

A modern community centre has been constructed for residents at Funsi, the district capital of Wa East to facilitate event organization in the area.

CAPE COAST:
Assembly yearns to improve roads & education
Friday, June 15 2012

In a bid to improve transportation in the area, the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly in the Central Region has funded the construction and reshaping of some major roads within the metropolis.

BIRIM C:
Works almost completed on Akim Oda lorry park
Friday, June 15 2012

The deplorable Akim Oda lorry park, which had been a major worry to commuters in the municipality is gradually being turn into a more befitting lorry station to ensure comfort to drivers, passengers and users of the park.

BONGO:
New school blocks built for two basic schools
Friday, June 15 2012

Two basic schools in the Bongo district have been provided with standard classroom structures to aid and enhance the conduct of teaching and learning activities in these schools.

BIRIM S:
Minister inspects ongoing SHS projects
Friday, June 15 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister has expressed satisfaction at the level of infrastructure development at the Akim Achiase Senior High School and other schools in the Birim South District.

BIRIM C:
New Ambulance for Municipality
Friday, June 15 2012

The Birim Central Municipal Assembly in the Eastern Region has taken delivery of a new ambulance as part of ways to strengthen the health sector.

BIRIM C:
New Ambulance for Municipality
Friday, June 15 2012

The Birim Central Municipal Assembly in the Eastern Region has taken delivery of a new ambulance as part of ways to strengthen the health sector.

ASUOGYAMAN:
NRSC praises district in marine & road safety issues
Saturday, June 16 2012

The Chairman for the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC), Mr. Noble Appiah has commended the Asuogyaman district for their sterling performance and role in Marine and Road Safety issues.

NZEMA E:
Assembly makes strides in infrastructure projects
Saturday, June 16 2012

The Nzema East Municipal Assembly in the Western Region has enlightened the public on some of the completed projects in the area under the “Better Ghana” agenda policy. 

STMA:
Minister bemoans rampant ‘galamsey’ activities
Saturday, June 16 2012

The Western Regional Minister Hon. Paul Evans Aidoo has expressed worry with the rampant illegal mining activities (Galamsey) in the Western Region. 

WA E:
Assembly invests in building of Guest house
Saturday, June 16 2012

The Wa East District Assembly has invested a huge sum of GHS 230,000 for the building of a modern Guest house facility at Funsi, the district capital.

BAWKU W:
Boys’/Girls’ dormitory block for Zebilla SHS
Saturday, June 16 2012

In order to offer a form of respite to students in second cycle institutions in their challenges relating to accommodation, the Bawku West District Assembly has constructed both boys’ and girls’ dormitory blocks for the Zebilla Senior High School (SHS).

STMA:
13.5m tons of cassava produced in 2010
Sunday, June 17 2012

Ghana produced 13. 5 million tons of Cassava, 6 million tons of yam and 1. 4 million tons of cocoyam in 2010, Mr. Kwesi Ahwoi, Minister of Food and Agriculture, said on Friday.

AMA:
Committee for farmers’ Day inaugurated
Sunday, June 17 2012

The Greater Accra Region has been selected to host the 28th edition of the Farmer’s Day celebrations which comes off on the 2nd of November this year.

SOCIAL:
Armed forces to construct hospital in Accra/Kumasi
Sunday, June 17 2012

The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) is to build a 600-bed capacity hospital near the 37th Military Hospital in Accra and has acquired a site in Kumasi to build a 500-bed capacity referral hospital.

SOCIAL:
Christians urged to develop the habit of saving
Monday, June 18 2012

Mr Emmanuel Oduro Darko, General Manager of Ghana Co-operative Credit Union, has urged Christians to develop the habit of saving since it helps to increase the financial strength of both the individual and family thus leading to economic development.

N JUABEN:
Road safety is a personal, community activity-Noble Appiah
Monday, June 18 2012

The Executive Director of the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC), Mr Noble Appiah, has called on all road users to join hands in curbing road accidents.

POLITICS:
President Mills discounts rumours of his death
Monday, June 18 2012

President John Evans Attan Mills on Saturday night left Accra for the
United States of America for medical check up, discounting rumours that he was dead.

POLITICS:
Ningo to boycott inauguration of Prampram District
Monday, June 18 2012

The Chiefs and people of the Great Ningo Traditional Area, have threatened to boycott the inauguration of the new Ningo-Prampram District Assembly and its deliberations.

BIRIM C:
Onomabo community commends government
Monday, June 18 2012

Onomabo, a farming community in the Birim Central Municipality was full of praise to government for its conscious efforts at raising the status of the community.

AGRIC:
Parliament approves loan for rural agric programme
Monday, June 18 2012

Parliament on Friday approved the supplementary agreement between the government of Ghana and the International Fund for Agricultural Development(IFAD) of an amount of US$9million for the Rural and Agricultural finance programme.

BIRIM S:
DCE appeals for infrastructure
Monday, June 18 2012

The Birim South District continues to battle with infrastructure to enable a number of government agencies and institutions to have conducive atmosphere to operate.

AKYEMANSA:
18 schools under trees eliminated
Monday, June 18 2012

The three and half years of the Professor mills led administration has seen 18 schools which were originally under trees eliminated and replaced with modern concrete structures.

SOCIAL:
Slum upgrade underway - Nortey Duah
Monday, June 18 2012

As part of measures to upgrade slums in the country, the Ministry of Water Resources Works and Housing is collaborating with the UN - Habitat on a pilot slum upgrading project at Anui-Ejor, Ashaiman.

SISSALA E:
16km section of Tumu-Navrongo road to be tarred
Tuesday, June 19 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Sissala East District Assembly, Sulemana Alijata Gbentie, has reiterated that government has advanced plans in the tarring of 16-km section of the Tumu-Navrongo road.

SUNYANI W:
GETfund projects to be completed by December
Monday, June 18 2012

The Ministry of Education have assured that Ghana Education Trust fund (GETfund) projects currently on-going in some schools in the Sunyani West District will be completed for use before the end of the year.

WA E:
25 communities joined to national grid
Monday, June 18 2012

A good number of deprived communities located in the Wa East District have duly been connected to the national grid to boost the social lives of residents in the area.

KETA:
5, 400 furniture for basic schools
Monday, June 18 2012

The Keta Municipal Assembly has made significant strides in efforts to improve infrastructure in basic schools in the municipality.

KETU N:
4,500 pupils get free meals daily
Monday, June 18 2012

About 4,500 pupils dotted across the length and breadth of the Ketu North District in the Volta Region now benefits from the school feeding programme.

BIRIM C:
Minister inaugurates education projects
Tuesday, June 19 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Victor Smith, has inaugurated a number of school blocks for communities under the elimination of Schools Under Trees project.

TAMALE:
SADA streamline measures for 2012 farming season
Tuesday, June 19 2012

The Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA), on Monday, held a special meeting with agricultural service providers and other stakeholders to strategise for the 2012 farming season to improve production.

AKYEMANSA:
Etwereso-Anyinase Bridge under construction
Tuesday, June 19 2012

Construction of steel bridge over Birim River between Etwereso and Anyinase road is progressing steadily.

SUNYANI W:
Assembly endorses new DCE
Tuesday, June 19 2012

Assembly members of the Sunyani West District Assembly in the Brong Ahafo Region have today June 19, 2012, endorsed Madam Agnes Kusi as the new Chief Executive for the District to further champion the ’Better Ghana’ agenda in the area.

E GONJA:
SNV Ghana/ Assembly rolls out capacity building programme
Tuesday, June 19 2012

The East Gonja District Assembly has partnered SNV Ghana, a non-governmental organization to embark on a capacity building programme for circuit supervisors in the educational circles.

AGONA W:
’Obtain permit from appropriate authorities’- MCE tells developers
Tuesday, June 19 2012

Mr. Samuel Oppong, Chief Executive for Agona West District in the Central Region has made a humble call to all estate developers in the municipality to acquire requisite building permit from the appropriate agencies to avoid their structures from being demolished.

AMA:
Assembly spends GHs4M on waste management monthly
Tuesday, June 19 2012

The chairman of the Osu Klottey Sub-Metro of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly, Alhaji Mohammed Norgah has disclosed that the assembly spends about Ghs4 million monthly on refuse management.

AMA:
PRO appeals for calm at Kotobabi
Tuesday, June 19 2012

Numo Blafo, Public Relations Officer of Accra Metropolitan Assembly, (AMA) has appealed to the youth of Kotobabi to reconsider their entrenched position and allow the construction of a school at the Unity Cluster of Schools at Kotobabi.

WA E:
Three schools get additional blocks to ease congestion
Tuesday, June 19 2012

The Wa East District Assembly is seriously stepping up efforts in the provision of school structures to push education forward in the district.

TAMALE:
Veep launches GHs 24m Agric facility
Wednesday, June 20 2012

Vice President John Dramani Mahama on Monday launched a 24 million cedi agricultural input to boost farmers income in the five Savannah Development Authority regions.

BIRIM C:
Oda gets early childhood development centre
Wednesday, June 20 2012

The worry of most carrier women who are mothers is convenient and safe environment to keep their young ones in order to have free hand to engage in their businesses.

HO:
Mawuli Sch to admit students with visual impairment
Wednesday, June 20 2012

Mawuli School would from next academic year admit students with visual impairment after the completion of the School’s Braille Resource Centre.

NZEMA E:
Health Min inaugurates Axim Hospital accident centre
Wednesday, June 20 2012

Mr Alban Sumana Bagbin, Minister for Health, yesterday announced that government is to import Digital X-ray Units for 23 district hospitals this year.

E GONJA:
3,600 dual desks supplied to basic schools
Wednesday, June 20 2012

With adequate infrastructure playing a critical role in the promotion of quality education in the system, the East Gonja district Assembly is leaving no stone unturned to secure massive boost in infrastructure projects.

AJUMAKO:
Gov’t yearns to relieve infrastructure deficit in SHSs
Wednesday, June 20 2012

The District Chief Executive for Ajumako Enyan Essiam District Assembly in the Central Region, Peter Light Koomson, has emphasized that government is much concerned to solving the infrastructure deficit faced by most Senior High Schools in the area.

THLD:
Start-up kits for LESDEP beneficiaries
Wednesday, June 20 2012

Persons who were trained under the Local Enterprise and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) has received start-up kits from the Twifo Hemang Lower Denkyira District Assembly to assist them establish their own businesses.

LEKMA:
Extra classrooms for Tsuibleoo Presby sch
Wednesday, June 20 2012

The Presby School at Teshie Tsuibleoo in the Ledzokuku Krowor Municipal Assembly (LEKMA) will very soon conduct lessons from a new 6-unit classrooms as a ground breaking ceremony has been held recently to bring the project into fruition.

AKUAPIM N:
Min commissions new school block
Wednesday, June 20 2012

Unlike many schools in the country that are faced with inadequate furniture, the situation is different in the Akuapim North Municipality in the Eastern Region.

AKUAPIM N:
E/R Min inspects more projects
Wednesday, June 20 2012

Mr. Victor Smith, Eastern Regional Minister has urged communities not to leave all their challenges in the hands of government for solution.

DANGME E:
Kasseh health centre rehabilitated
Wednesday, June 20 2012

The Kasseh Health Centre in the Dangme East District which was nearly abandoned due to the deplorable state of the facility has been finally refurbished, a gesture championed by the Ada Rural Bank.

WA E:
Manwe/Goripie obtain 2 limited water overhead tanks
Wednesday, June 20 2012

The Wa East District Assembly has created the opportunity for more residents and household to benefit from water facilities that will minimize their woes in their quest to access potable water.

SOCIAL:
Rehabilitation works on job 600 on schedule
Thursday, June 21 2012

The State House power commonly known as Job 600 is expected to be ready for use by the next Parliament by January, 2013 as rehabilitation works on the building is progressing steadily.

HEALTH:
Strengthening of HNIA yielding positive results- Bagbin
Thursday, June 21 2012

The Minister of Health,  Alban Bagbin has said that the National Health Insurance Authority has received significant organizational strengthening and implementation of new initiatives in the last threes years which has impacted positively on its efficiency.

GOMOA W:
DCE commissions new school project
Thursday, June 21 2012

The Chief Executive for Gomoa West District, Theophilus Aidoo-Mensah has commissioned a 3-unit classroom block for students in the Ajumako Ansa-Broebiano Primary School to boost teaching and learning.

 

NANUMBA S:
306 persons benefit from GHS 4,842.00 LEAP facility
Thursday, June 21 2012

Three hundred and six individuals from various households in 8 communities in the Nanumba South District in the Northern Region have benefited from a GHS 4,842.00 Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) facility to ease their economic burden.

L MANYA K:
Min cuts sod for construction of Agomanya market
Thursday, June 21 2012

Major projects to give the Agormanya market in the Lower Manya Municipality in the Eastern Region have started with full zeal.

AKUAPIM N:
E/R Minister meets Akuapim Traditional Council
Thursday, June 21 2012

The Akuapim Traditional Council headed by Okuapim Oseadeyor Addo Dankwah III has called on the Eastern Regional Minister, Victor Smith to emulate the good steps of his two predecessors in their efforts to resolve all chieftaincy and misunderstanding in the area.

LAMBUSSIE K:
Assembly/Gov’t covers more areas with electricity
Thursday, June 21 2012

The China Water Electrification Project and the Self Help Electrification Project (SHEP) both major programmes laid down by government to boost the energy delivery in local communities are progressing steadily in the Lambussie Karni district.

ASSIN S:
DCE applauds gov’t for improved education
Thursday, June 21 2012

Chief Executive for Assin South District in the Central Region, Mrs. Sabina Appiah Kubi has lauded government’s effort to improve education especially in most deprived areas.

AMA:
G/R Minister opens RCC review meeting
Thursday, June 21 2012

The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Nii Laryea Afotey Agbo has opened a three day annual performance meeting for the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in the region with a call on them to eschew any form of violence and disunity.

ABURA:
LESDEP beneficiaries receive start-up kits
Thursday, June 21 2012

The Abura Asebu Kwamankese District Assembly has presented start-up kits worth millions of Ghana Cedis to about 120 persons who received training under the Local Enterprise and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP) in the area.

L MANYA K:
Atua St. Paul School gets new classroom
Thursday, June 21 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Mr. Victor Smith has today June, 21 commissioned a new 6-unit classroom block for the Atua St. Paul Primary School in the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality in the Eastern Region.

NANUMBA S:
Assembly installs streetlights in 12 communities
Friday, June 22 2012

The Nanumba South District Assembly is still opening up the implementation of street lighting projects to strengthen security in all areas of the district.

WA E:
Assembly delivers more furniture for basic schools
Friday, June 22 2012

The Ministry of Education has joined forces with the Wa East District Assembly to supply good number of school furniture to some selected basic schools in the quest to improve quality education in the area.

AHANTA W:
3 communities to be connected to national grid
Friday, June 22 2012

Three towns in the Ahanta West district namely Asemko, Ampatano and Kansokrom are to be hooked onto the National Grid as installation of electrification materials and equipment is to start in September 2012.

AFIGYA-KWABRE:
MP passes away
Friday, June 22 2012

The Member of Parliament for Kwabre West constituency in the Ashanti region, Emmanuel Owusu Ansah, has been confirmed dead at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.

E. GONJA:
90% schools under trees covered with sch. blocks-DCE
Friday, June 22 2012

About 90 percent of schools under trees in the East Gonja district have been eliminated and replaced with standard and modern school blocks to befit the current trend of educational development in the system, the DCE for the area, Alhassan Mumuni has confirmed.

L MANYA K:
Victor Smith Visits Akuse SHS
Friday, June 22 2012

The Akuse Methodist Senior Technical School in the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality has received a first major infrastructure since its establishment in 21 years ago.

GOMOA E:
Afransi to get Post Office/ ICT center soon
Friday, June 22 2012

Government has funded the construction of a new Post Office and Information Communication Technology (ICT) center at Afransi in the Gomoa West District in the Central Region.

AKUAPIM N:
Asesseeso – Abonse road gets facelift
Friday, June 22 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Mr. Victor Smith, has inspected the completion of first phase works on the Asesseeso-Abonse road in the Akuapim North District.

ASUOGYAMAN:
E/R Minister to tour district
Friday, June 22 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Victor Smith will on Wednesday 27 June, 2012 tour the Asuogyaman District to have a firsthand look at some development projects executed under the ruling party’s “Better Ghana" agenda”.

BUNKPURUGU Y:
Streetlights installed on main roads
Saturday, June 23 2012


Residents of Bunkpurugu, the district capital of the Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo in the Northern region yesterday experienced what they described as worthy of commendation as streetlights were installed on most of the main roads in the area.

SOCIAL:
MP donates computers to school
Saturday, June 23 2012

A GH¢115,000 pavement project undertaken through the initiative of the Member of Parliament for La Dadekotopon, has been handed-over to the Chief and residents of La in Accra.

ATIWA:
Disaster reduction committee inaugurated
Saturday, June 23 2012

The National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) in collaboration with the Atiwa District Assembly in the Eastern Region later this month inaugurated a committee for Disaster risk reduction Adaptation.

MFANTSEMAN:
20 communities benefit from LEAP
Saturday, June 23 2012

About 20 communities in the Mfantseman Municipality in the Central Region have been hooked onto the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) as part of measures to help scale down the rate of poverty in the area.

TAMALE:
100 farming tractors to boost SADA programme
Saturday, June 23 2012

Vice President, John Dramani Mahama has handed over 100 farming tractors to the Savannah Development Authority (SADA) beneficiaries as part of government’s commitment to boost agriculture development in the country.

AHANT W:
3 communities to be connected to national grid
Saturday, June 23 2012

Three towns in the Ahanta West district namely Asemko, Ampatano and Kansokrom are to be hooked onto the National Grid as installation of electrification materials and equipment is to start in September 2012.

SUHUM:
Chief farmer appeals to Cocobod to pay bonuses
Sunday, June 24 2012

Nana Ampofo Asamoah, a Chief Farmer of Amanase, near Suhum in the Suhum-Kraboa-Coaltar District, has expressed concern about delay and mode of payment of the 2010-2011 bonuses to cocoa farmers.

SOCIAL:
Creation of new districts must not generate disunity - Minister
Sunday, June 24 2012

The Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Mr. Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, has appealed to communities in the newly created districts not to let the location of their capitals and related issues undermine the importance of the districts.

KEEA:
NHIA directors embark on regular tour
Sunday, June 24 2012

The Chief Executive Officer of National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA), Mr Sylvester Mensah, on Thursday charged health insurance workers in the regions, to exhibit high sense of commitment towards office duties.

STMA:
More roads to be facelift soon
Monday, June 25 2012

Authorities of the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly (STMA) have said plans are advanced to repair all the deplorable roads in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis to befit an oil city.

KEEA:
MTN executes GHs324,546 worth projects
Monday, June 25 2012

MTN Telecommunication Company has for the past five years invested more than GH¢ 324, 546.00 under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme on development projects in the Central Region.

LAMBUSSIE K:
USAID collaborates with Assembly to construct education office
Monday, June 25 2012

The Lambussie Karni District Directorate of Education will soon get the opportunity to occupy a standard office facility when a project to construct an office complex building is completed in the district.

JOMORO:
Assembly procures new grader
Monday, June 25 2012

The Jomoro District Assembly has procured a brand new Grader worth 171 million US dollars as part of efforts to help improve  road conditions in the area.

NANUMBA S:
More schools covered under GSFP
Monday, June 25 2012

More schools in the Nanumba South district have been incorporated into the Ghana School Feeding Programme to increase the number of schools benefiting from the programme entirely in the district.

AMA:
Dep Minister inspects projects at Ayawaso East
Monday, June 25 2012

Dr. Mustapha Ahmed, the Deputy Minister of Environment, Science and Technology has paid a working visit to the Ayawaso East Electoral Area in the Accra Metropolitan Assembly to inspect educational projects being initiated there.

A KWABRE:
“Efie ne Fie” festival launched
Monday, June 25 2012

The Afigya Kwabre District Assembly has lunch this year’s “Efie Ne fie” homecoming festival which is celebrated by the people of Afigya Kwabre in the Ashanti region to plan on how best to develop the area.

DANGME W:
12 schools get learning centres from coca-cola
Monday, June 25 2012

Some twelve selected schools in the Greater Accra Region through the benevolence of the Coca-Cola African Foundation now have access to learning centres.

SOCIAL:
V/R Minister dedicates peace award to Voltarians
Monday, June 25 2012

Mr Henry Ford Kamel, Volta Regional Minister has dedicated a peace award presented to him by the International Clergy Association (ICA) to the people of the region.

E GONJA:
New rural clinic established at Fuu
Monday, June 25 2012

A rural clinic has been established at Fuu, a suburb of the East Gonja district in the Northern region.

GA W:
Assemblymembers get motorbikes
Monday, June 25 2012

Thirty-five (35) Assembly members making up legislators for the Ga West Municipal Assembly have received motorbikes each to enhance their mobility to and from their respective electoral areas.

BIBIANI:
Assemblies urged to support the police
Tuesday, June 26 2012

Deputy Commissioner of Police Ranford Moses Ninson, the Western Regional Commander has appealed to Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies to do more to support the police by way of logistics.

AGRIC:
COCOBOD to supply 20million seedlings
Tuesday, June 26 2012

The Ghana COCOBOD is to supply 20 million hybrid cocoa seedlings free of charge to cocoa farmers this year,  Reverend Abaka Ewusi, Executive Director, Cocoa Swollen Shoot Virus Disease (CSSVD) Control Unit (CU) Operations, has disclosed.

LAMBUSSIE K:
Assembly to hand over completed KG block
Tuesday, June 26 2012

The Lambussie Karni District Assembly is gradually prosecuting its educational agenda of boosting classroom structures for enhanced teaching and learning as a way of ensuring quality education for all in the district.

ASUOGYAMAN:
DVLA office to be ready in August
Tuesday, June 26 2012

Renovation works on an office accommodation for the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) in the Asuogyaman District in the Eastern region will very soon be completed as contractors have assured the facility will be ready for use by August this year.

AMA:
Party members asked to propagate “Better Ghana” agenda
Tuesday, June 26 2012

The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) has challenged all party faithfuls and members of the NDC to remain resolute, and confident in propagating the truth and testament of the “Better Ghana” agenda.

KINTAMPO N:
More youth engaged in NYEP
Tuesday, June 26 2012

The National Youth Employment programme (NYEP) continues to improve the lot of many in the country. 

BUNKPURUGU Y:
NPP donates to support victims of Kpemali clashes
Tuesday, June 26 2012

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo constituency has donated relief items to the victims of the recent clashes in Kpemali.

SOCIAL:
GJA to show solidarity with Iraqi journalists
Tuesday, June 26 2012

Thirty (30) journalists from nineteen countries, six of them in Africa, will join their colleagues in Iraq to celebrate “Baghdad Journalism Day” which falls on Wednesday, 27th June 2012.

AJUMAKO:
Bisease SHS gets 2 storey dormitory
Tuesday, June 26 2012

Work is steadily progressing on a new dormitory block for the Bisease Senior High Commercial School in the Ajumako/ Enyan/ Essiam District to enhance teaching and learning in the area.

U MANYA K:
Kwabea Asasehene D/A achool gets new classroom block
Tuesday, June 26 2012

Plan Ghana and the Korea International Co-operation Agency (KOICA) have handed over a GH¢259,163 six-unit classroom block, to the Kwabea Asasehene District Assembly Primary School, in the Upper Manya Krobo District of the Eastern Region.

BUSINESS:
Australia to support Ghana develop its extractive sector
Wednesday, June 27 2012

Mr William Billy Williams, Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, has assured the nation of Australia’s commitment to support Africa especially Ghana  in the development of its extractive sector.

HO:
Peki objects to inclusion of some communities in the Ho West District
Wednesday, June 27 2012

The chiefs and people of Peki have called on government to suspend the inauguration of the newly created Ho West District Assembly.

BOLGA:
EC builds capacity for political parties in UE
Wednesday, June 27 2012

The Electoral Commission (EC)  has  organised a one day capacity building  workshop  for representatives  of Political Parties  in the Upper East Region  with a call on them to avoid of conflicts so as to ensure a peaceful election.

SOCIAL:
Religious leaders urged to promote road safety
Wednesday, June 27 2012

The National Road Safety Commission (NRSC) engaged the leadership of religious bodies in a dialogue to promote road safety in the country.

TAKORADI:
Appoint qualified people to head schools - Joseph Bagbin
Wednesday, June 27 2012

Mr Joseph Bagbin, Headmaster of the St. Mary’s Boys Senior High at Apowa in the Western Region has called on the managers of the various religious schools to appoint qualified individuals to head the schools.

KPANDO:
Gov’t to inauugurates new districts tomorrow
Wednesday, June 27 2012

All forty-six newly created districts would be inaugurated tomorrow Thursday, June 28 2012, across the country.

E GONJA:
New ambulance to open up healthcare delivery
Wednesday, June 27 2012

For the purpose of enhancing quality healthcare delivery in the district, the East Gonja District Assembly has taken delivery of a National Ambulance Service vehicle meant to dispatch emergency health cases to major facilities in the area.

L M KROBO:
Minister assures Krobo Girls over assembly hall complex
Wednesday, June 27 2012

Students and teachers of Krobo Girls Senior High School in the Lower Manya Municipality in the Eastern Region have been assured of early completion of the 2-storey assembly hall complex before next year.

 

SABOBA:
Kujooni teachers benefit from accommodation facility
Wednesday, June 27 2012

The wellbeing of teachers in the Kujooni community, a suburb of the Saboba district has been given a significant boost as the Assembly has moved to support them with an accommodation facility.

KETU S:
5,000 desks for new schools
Wednesday, June 27 2012

Over five thousand dual desks have been procured and distributed to newly constructed school blocks in the Ketu South District in the Volta Region.

AMANSIE W:
24 youth benefit from REP
Wednesday, June 27 2012

About 24 youth who received training under the Rural Enterprise Project (REP) in the Amansie West District  have been presented with start-up kids worth GHs 12,820 to assist them establish their private business.

LAMBUSSIE K:
New Poly clinic built at Lambussie
Wednesday, June 27 2012

In the bid to create more avenues for residents to easily access quality healthcare delivery, the Lambussie Karni District Assembly has recently completed a modernized Poly clinic at Lambussie.

KWABRE E:
LESDEP supports 44 persons
Wednesday, June 27 2012

In an effort to reduce the spate of social vices in the district, the Local Enterprises and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP), have moved to support about 44 people in the Kwabre East District with equipment and other logistics to enable them start businesses on their own.

SOCIAL:
‘Development projects will be spread evenly’ – Ofoso Ampofo
Wednesday, June 27 2012

The Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Mr. Samuel Ofoso Ampofo has assured that development projects will be evenly distributed in all areas of the newly created districts in the country.

MFANTSEMAN:
27 new projects initiated by GETfund
Thursday, June 28 2012

The Mfantseman Municipal Assembly with funding from the Ghana Education Trust fund (GETfund) has for the past 2 years initiated twenty-seven new school projects in effort to get rid of schools under trees in the area.

BIRIM N:
MMT extends service to New Abirem
Thursday, June 28 2012

Ms Mavis Ama Frimpong, Birim North District Chief Executive,  has announced that the Metro Mass Transit (MMT), has extended its services to the area.

N TONGU:
“Let’s work together to promote dev’t- Afriyie Ankrah
Thursday, June 28 2012

The Deputy Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Elvis Afriyie Ankrah has called on residents in the newly created districts to work assiduously to promote development in their respective areas.

BOLGA:
Upper East takes stock of road projects
Thursday, June 28 2012

Mr Mark Owen Woyongo, Upper East Regional Minister has said government’s pledge to ensure the country’s roads are motorable, for the promotion of  socio-economic development is on course.   

SISSALA E:
Guosi Upper/Lower and others obtain borehole facilities
Thursday, June 28 2012

About 4 new local communities of the Sissala East district are getting boreholes through the efforts of the Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA).

SABOBA:
Additional school block for Gbemja completed
Thursday, June 28 2012

School children at Gbemja, a small community in the Saboba district have acquired additional classroom block to support the beneficiary school pace up with infrastructure projects.

AKUAPIM N:
Presby College of Education calls for elevator
Thursday, June 28 2012

Authorities at the Presbyterian College of Education at Akropong in the Akuapim North Municipality have appealed to government to fix elevator on a four-storey administration block under construction for the school.

AGONA W:
New MCE sworn into office
Thursday, June 28 2012

Mr. Samuel Oppong has officially been sworn in as the Municipal Chief Executive for the Agona West Municipal Assembly to replace Mr. Emmanuel Kweku Tetteh whose appointment was revoked in April 2012.

SOCIAL:
New districts inaugurated, MMDAs now 216
Thursday, June 28 2012

The forty-six (46) newly created districts in the country have been inaugurated today bringing the total number of Metropolitan Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to 216.

AMA:
42 WC projects initiated
Thursday, June 28 2012

In a bid to improve the level of sanitation in the area, the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) under the able leadership of Dr. Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije since 2009 has initiated about 42 separate 20-seater public water closet (WC) toilet facilities of which 25 have been completed.

BOLE:
Vice President inaugurates electricity projects
Friday, June 29 2012

Vice President John Dramani Mahama inaugurated electricity projects in three communities of the Bole District of the Northern region with a call on the people to take advantage of the facility to better their lots.

AMA:
Omanjor educated on dangers of child labour
Friday, June 29 2012

The Social Mobilization Partners against Child Labour in collaboration with the Ghana Journalist Association on Thursday organized an event to create awareness on the dangers of child labour in the Omanjor community, a suburb of Accra.

SUHUM:
Ayensuano District inaugurated
Friday, June 29 2012

Thirty-nine assembly members and a Presiding Member have been sworn into office at a colorful ceremony to mark the inauguration of the newly created Ayensuano District, carved out of Suhum, Kraboa, Coaltar District, on Thursday.

ATIWA:
Four Spaniards caught in illegal mining
Friday, June 29 2012

Three Spaniards and a Ghanaian have been arrested at Ekoso near Anyinam in the Eastern Region for mining illegally.

GA E:
La-Nkwantanang/Madina Municipal Assembly inaugurated
Friday, June 29 2012

Alhaji Mahama Iddrisu, Member of Council of State on Thursday noted that Government has accepted most of the recommendation of the Constitutional Review Commission which relates to the local government and decentralisation sector.

L M KROBO:
8, 000 desks for basic schools
Friday, June 29 2012

The Ministry of Education has assisted the Lower Manya Krobo Municipal Assembly with GHC87,000 worth of dual, mono and hexagonal desks for schools in the municipality.

SOCIAL:
Gov’t to use biometric data to pay workers
Friday, June 29 2012

Public sector workers will now be paid using their biometric data, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning has said.

SISSALA E:
286 women engaged under GSFP
Friday, June 29 2012

The Sissala East District Assembly has practically engaged over 285 local women residing in the district to work under the Ghana School feeding Programme, as a result of now incorporating all schools onto the programme.

AKATSI:
Akatsi North District inaugurated
Friday, June 29 2012

The New Akatsi North District Assembly, curved from the Akatsi District has been inaugurated at a well attended ceremony held at Ave Dakpa.

SAWLA:
Construction of new Girls’ dormitory underway
Friday, June 29 2012

An effort to enhance accommodation for students of the Sawla Girls Vocational Institute has finally materialized as the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District Assembly is getting a standard 3 unit Girls’ dormitory block constructed at the school.

AKUAPIM S:
MCE calls for support for new district
Friday, June 29 2012

Mr Mark Dompreh Amoako, Chief Executive of the Akuapim South Municipal Assembly has called on the chiefs and people of the newly created Akuapim South District with Aburi as its capital to support the government’s good intention of creating the new district.

E GONJA:
CBRD supports Assembly to complete Kpanshegu CHPS facility
Friday, June 29 2012

A new Community Based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) centre constructed for the Kpanshegu community in the East Gonja district will now offer assistance for inhabitants to readily access quality healthcare without travelling miles to nearby facilities in other surrounding towns.

ASSIN S:
Assembly keen to give education facelift
Friday, June 29 2012

Some Second Cycle Institutions in the Assin South District which suffered serious infrastructure deficit have received more infrastructure boost as part of measures to improve quality education.

AWUTU S:
120 dual desks for Obrachire School
Friday, June 29 2012

The Obrachire D.A Primary School has taken delivery of about 120 dual desks from the Awutu Senya District Assembly in the Central Region to enhance teaching and learning.

TMA:
Kpone-Katamanso District inaugurated
Saturday, June 30 2012

The newly-created Kpone-Katamanso District Assembly, with headquarters in Kpone in the Greater Accra Region, has been inaugurated with a call on the chiefs and people in the district, to play active roles in the District Assembly system.

POLITICS:
’NDC will surely retain power’ - MP
Saturday, June 30 2012

The Member of Parliament for Yagaba-Kubori constituency in the Northern Region, Hon Ibrahim Tanko has declared that should the New Patriotic Party (NPP) bring their Headquarters office into his constituency; they (NPP) would still lose the 2012 polls.

CAPE C:
New WC provided for Kakomdo
Saturday, June 30 2012

For the first time in many years, residents in Kakomdo a Suburb in the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly of the Central Region will now have a place of convenience as the assembly is constructing  a 10-seater Water Closet toilet facility in the area.

KINTAMPO S:
USAID to execute 159 projects
Saturday, June 30 2012

In a bid to complement efforts by government in developing the country, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will very soon execute 159 massive development projects in about 34 deprived districts in the country.

BOLE:
Veep inaugurates electricity project
Saturday, June 30 2012

As part of the rural electrification project being initiated by the government in deprived communities, about 22 more communities in the Bole District have benefitted from the project.