SOCIAL:
Govt to institutionalize flour production
Thursday, July 05 2012

The Government of Ghana in collaboration with wheat flour millers will by the year 2015 institutionalize the production and availability of composite flour.

GA W:
MMT extend its services to Kofi Kwei
Sunday, July 01 2012

The Metro Mass Transit (MMT) has extended its services to Kofi Kwei and its environs in the Ga West Municipality in the Greater Accra Region.

SOCIAL:
Elections to be used to select new DCEs
Sunday, July 01 2012

Mr Elvis Afriyie Ankrah, Deputy Minister of Local and Rural Development, has said District Chief Executives (DCE) would soon be elected by the registered voters in the districts to ensure that they are accountable to the local people.

SOCIAL:
First Lady calls for Global Action against unemployment
Sunday, July 01 2012

Ghana’s First Lady, Dr. (Mrs.) Ernestina Naadu Mills, has emphasised the need for global attention to be paid on the major issues affecting youth development worldwide.

 

N JUABEN:
We won’t condone lawless individuals - Victor Smith
Monday, July 02 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Mr Victor Smith, has said the Regional Security Council would punish anybody who seeks to create problems in the region.  

BIRIM C:
’Revive communal labour’ - Mp
Monday, July 02 2012

The Member of Parliament for Akyem Oda, Hon. Yaw Owusu Boateng has called on Ghanaians to revive the zeal they use to have some time ago for communal labour.

BUNKPURUGU Y:
Nayir calls for creation of 2 new constituencies
Monday, July 02 2012

The king of mamprugu; Naa Boahagu  mahama Abdulai Sheriga has called on government and the electoral commission to consider creating two new constituencies from the Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo constituency and  the Nalerigu constituency .

KMA:
’Relay goodnews of better Ghana agenda’ – Elvis
Monday, July 02 2012

A Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Mr. Elvis Afriyie Ankrah has called on NDC executives to help relay the goodnews the better Ghana agenda has brought to Ghanaians which is paramount and evident for all citizens to see and hear.

M WASSA:
Gov’t propose commission to determine emolument for assembly members
Monday, July 02 2012

The government has proposed an independent commission to determine emolument for assembly members.

GOMOA W:
Chiefs condemn call for removal of DCE
Monday, July 02 2012

The Gomoa Akyempim chiefs have condemned the call made by the Chief Fisherman of Mumford, Nana Kow Kotu to President John Evans Atta Mills to remove the District Chief Executive (DCE) for Gomoa West, Mr Theophilus Aidoo-Mensah from office.

BIRIM C:
Community Hospital - Oda inaugurated
Monday, July 02 2012

Chiefs, pastors, elders, and the entire folks of Akyem Oda were in high spirit when an ultra-modern, healthcare centre, equipped with the state of the art equipment, known as the Community Hospital Oda was inaugurated in the area yesterday.

ATEBUBU:
MMDAs urged to support forest enterprises
Tuesday, July 03 2012

Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies have been urged to do more to support the growth of small and medium forest enterprises (SMFEs).

MAMPONG:
Political parties walk for peace
Tuesday, July 03 2012

Members and supporters of the various political parties in the Asante-Mampong Constituency have  embarked on a joint peace march to send a message of their readiness to work together to prevent violence in the coming December polls.

SISSALA E:
New Shuttle bus for Tumu Midwifery school
Tuesday, July 03 2012

The Tumu Midwifery Training College has received a brand new shuttle bus which will be transporting students from their various hostels to campus.

AMA:
Fritz Baffour launches campaign
Tuesday, July 03 2012

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Ablekuma South Hon. Fritz Baffour has launched his campaign for 2012 election with a promise to ensure massive infrastructural development in his constituency.

SAWLA:
Sawla, Tuna receive streetlight facilities
Tuesday, July 03 2012

The Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District Assembly has covered a minimum of 1 and half kilometers of new street lights at the Sawla township in its efforts to ensure the sustainability of the streetlighting project being rolled out in the district.

AJUMAKO:
Denkyira North gets new borehole
Tuesday, July 03 2012

Residents in the Denkyira North Electoral Area in the Ajumako/Enyan/Essiam District have expressed gratitude to the assembly for constructing a new borehole in the area to enhance the flow of potable water in the area.

 

NZEMA E:
New dormitory block for Axim Girls’ SHS
Tuesday, July 03 2012

Mr. John T. K. Abugri, assemblyman for Tolenu Electoral Area in the Nzema East Municipality has applauded both past and present governments for improved education in the area.

FANTEAKWA:
Minister inspects progress of Obooho-Miaso road
Tuesday, July 03 2012

The construction and surfacing of the second phase of a 20-kilometre Obooho- Miaso road in the Fanteakwa District is steadily progressing.

FANTEAKWA:
Assembly receive 1000 desks
Tuesday, July 03 2012

The Fanteakwa District Assembly in the Eastern Region has taken delivery of about 1000 dual desks from Ministry of Education (MoE) to be distributed to some selected basic schools in the area.

E MAMPRUSI:
Youth advised to avoid unacceptable behavior in elections
Tuesday, July 03 2012

The District Chief Executive for the East Mamprusi District Assembly, Hon. Adam Imoro has advised the youth in the area to eschew all forms of character that will mar successful elections this year.

JAMAN S:
57 motorbikes distributed
Tuesday, July 03 2012

57 motorbikes have been distributed as part of the Better Ghana agenda to Assembly members in the Jaman South District in the Brong Ahafo Region.

SOCIAL:
3 illegal miners perished in pit
Wednesday, July 04 2012

Three illegal miners are reported to have died in a mining pit at Hiawa in the Amenfi West district of the Western Region on Tuesday. 

SAWLA:
Kanchen gets new school block from Assembly
Wednesday, July 04 2012

Government’s willingness to eliminate all schools under trees is gradually being realized in the system as massive efforts are being put up to boost adequate classroom structures for all educational institutions, especially in the deprived areas.

SOCIAL:
Gov’t takes measures to conserve water bodies
Wednesday, July 04 2012

The Water Resources Commission has developed a Riparian Buffer Zone policy to develop and maintain buffers to conserve water bodies, Mr Enoch Teye Mensah, Minster of Water Resources, Works and Housing announced in Accra on Tuesday.   

TECHIMAN:
Office Complex for Urban Roads inaugurated
Wednesday, July 04 2012

A GH¢546, 402.09 ultra-modern office complex project for the Department of Urban roads has been inaugurated at Techiman in the Brong Ahafo Region.

AMA:
“I will run violence free campaign” - Tetteh Chaie
Wednesday, July 04 2012

The MP for Ablekuma central, Theophilios Tetteh Chaie, has pledged to run a campaign free of violence during the upcoming December elections.

SISSALA E:
Construction of 10 mechanized boreholes in progress
Wednesday, July 04 2012

About 10 mechanized boreholes are due to be facilitated for some selected communities that are in dire need of potable water in the Sissala East district in the Upper West region.

TANO SO:
DCE calls for peaceful elections
Wednesday, July 04 2012

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Tano South Assembly, Bukari Anaba Zakari has called on Ghanaians to refrain from being used as catalysts to cause violence in the country especially as the December polls beckon.

JAMAN N:
Assembly constructs emergency unit, 2 CHPS
Wednesday, July 04 2012

In a bid to fulfill the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) five on improving maternal health, the Jaman North District Assembly has rolled out a number of projects to achieve success in the afore mentioned sector.

E AKIM:
E/R Min commends Okyenhene
Wednesday, July 04 2012

Osagyefo Amotia Ofori Panyin, Okyenhene, has expressed confidence that the up coming general elections in December will come to pass and Ghana will remain a peaceful nation.

ABURA:
Moree fishermen receive outboard motors
Wednesday, July 04 2012

The Chief Executive for Abura Asebu Kwamankese (AAK) District Assembly, William Ata Mends yesterday presented 10 brand new outboard motors to fishermen at Moree, a suburb of the district.

E AKIM:
Ahwenease School gets new classroom block
Wednesday, July 04 2012

The first lady Naadu Mills has come to the rescue of Ahwenease School with a construction of a new school block to enhance teaching and learning.

GA E:
Calvary Presby school gets GETFUND project
Wednesday, July 04 2012

As part of the Better Ghana Agenda, the Calvary Presby School in the Haatso Electoral Area of the Ga East Municipality has benefited from a Ghana Education Trust Funded project.

FANTEAKWA:
Govt executes 32 education projects
Thursday, July 05 2012

The Government has constructed 32 basic education infrastructure for the Fanteakwa District.

GOMOA W:
Shift System thwarting enforcement of children’s education
Thursday, July 05 2012

The Central Regional Minister, Mrs Ama Benyiwa Doe, has said the shift system was an impediment to forcing children to go to school.

DANGME W:
Mobole DA JHS wins award
Thursday, July 05 2012

Mobole District Assembly Junior High School near Dodowa in the Greater Accra Region, has been adjudged the winner of the 2012 Excellent School Awards.

KMA:
Anloga gets first CHPS compound
Thursday, July 05 2012

The first community clinic under the Community Health Planning Service (CHPS) has been inaugurated to serve the residents of Anloga, a suburb of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.

SAWLA:
New classroom blocks to power quality education
Thursday, July 05 2012

More classroom structures have been secured for various schools in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district to give leverage for school children to improve their academic laurels.

GUSHIEGU:
Assembly to hand over vehicle to Principal
Thursday, July 05 2012

A new pick up vehicle facilitated for the Principal of the Gushiegu Midwifery Training School to assist him work efficiently is scheduled to be handed over soon in the district.

MFANTSEMAN:
Assembly keen to improve transportation networks
Thursday, July 05 2012

In a bid to boost transportation in the area, works are seriously ongoing on an 18.91 kilometer (km) Essuehyie to Akra road in the Mfantseman Municipality.

ASSIN S:
LESDEP trainees to receive start-up kits tomorrow
Thursday, July 05 2012

The Assin South District Assembly will tomorrow 6 July, 2012 hold a graduation ceremony for persons who trained under the Local Enterprises and Skills Development Program (LEDEP) in the area.

EJISU J:
Newtown gets 30 seater WC
Thursday, July 05 2012

Residents of Newtown, an electoral area in the Ejisu Juaben Municipality in the Ashanti Region will very soon enjoy the comfort of easing themselves in a new place of convenience being constructed for them.

SISSALA E:
3 dams completed under SEDA/WFP dug-out project
Thursday, July 05 2012

Under a collaborative programme being pursued by the Sissala East District Assembly (SEDA) and the World Food Programme (WFP) to assist construct some dug-out in certain selected communities, a minimum of three dams have currently been secured to boost agriculture production in the area.

ASUOGYAMAN:
DCE assures residents of more development projects
Thursday, July 05 2012

The District Chief Executive for Asuogyaman, Johnson Ahiakpor has stated that governemnt is still on course to deliver on his promise improving the livelihoods of the individual Ghanaian citizenry.

SOCIAL:
Archbishop Duncan-Williams advocate unity and peace
Friday, July 06 2012

Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, Founder and General Overseer of the Christian Action Faith Ministries, has called on Ghanaians to unite and promote  peace ahead of Election 2012.

W AKIM:
Upper West Akim District inaugurated
Friday, July 06 2012

Minister of the Interior, Mr. William Kwasi Aboah, on behalf of President John Evans Atta Mills inaugurated the Upper West Akim District at Adeiso, the new district capital.

SOCIAL:
Ghana needs to adopt dev’tal control over urban design-Brown
Friday, July 06 2012

Mr Adotei Brown, President of the Ghana Institute of Architects (GIA)
called for the adoption of “developmental control” in urban design to
manage overpopulation and congestion in the country’s cities.

FANTEAKWA:
Begoro market receives facelift
Friday, July 06 2012

The first phase of a two-storey 26-unit market stores under construction at Begoro market is due for completion by the end of the year.

GUSHIEGU:
More streetlights installed for residents
Friday, July 06 2012

As part of government’s energy delivery programme being implemented through the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development (MLGRD) in the Gushiegu district, the Gushiegu township has currently benefited from a number of streetlights to boost the social development in the area.

ABURA:
Kwaman, Abura Islamic primary schools renovated
Friday, July 06 2012

The Abura Asebu Kwamankese District Assembly in the Central Region has taken a swift move to renovate two basic schools which were severely affected by a heavy rainstorm that hit Abura and its surrounding vicinities.

SOCIAL:
Non performing contractors in E/R to be blacklisted
Friday, July 06 2012

Non performing contractors working on government projects in the Eastern Region have to rethink their actions in order not to loose their contracts or opportunities to secure future contracts.

E AKIM:
ICT complex for New Tafo Zongo
Friday, July 06 2012

A sod cutting ceremony has been held to commence work on an information communication technology, ICT complex at New Tafo Zongo in the East Akim Municipality in the Eastern Region.

FANTEAKWA:
Assembly provides more staff accomodation
Friday, July 06 2012

The usual problem of staff accommodation which bedevils most districts in the country is gradually being worked on by the Fanteakwa District in the Eastern Region.

SAWLA:
New teachers’ quarters under construction at Soma
Friday, July 06 2012

In the bid to encourage teachers stay in the area to assist promote quality education, the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District Assembly has moved to construct a 3 unit teachers’ quarters for teachers at Soma.

E AKIM:
CRIG asked to improve on social responsibility
Friday, July 06 2012

The Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana (CRIG) has been called upon to show more appreciation to their immediate communities by helping to improve social and economic facilities to the benefit of the masses in those communities.

TWIFO:
Wamaso residents calls for help
Saturday, July 07 2012

Residents in Wamaso East, an electoral area in the Twifo Heman Lower Denkyira (THLD) District have appealed to government to provide the community school blocks to help improve education in the area.

E AKIM:
Presby School gets lawn mower
Saturday, July 07 2012

Authorities of the Presbyterian School at Wirenkyiren Amonfrom in the East Akim Municipalitty have received a lawn mower from the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Trinity congregation.

JOMORO:
Govt pays compensation to farmers on Gas project
Saturday, July 07 2012

The Government, on Thursday, started the payment of the compensation to farmers whose economic crops were destroyed during the demarcation of land for the proposed Domunli Gas Project in the Jomoro District.

SOCIAL:
Ofosu Ampofo tasks NALAG to champion accountability
Saturday, July 07 2012

The Minister of Local Government and Rural Development at the weekend urged members of the National Association of Local Government Authorities of Ghana (NALAG) to adhere to good governance practices that goes with accountability and transparency.

TANO S:
Techimantia gets ICT centre
Saturday, July 07 2012

Techimantia, a town in the Tano South  District in the Brong  Ahafo region has benefited from a modern ICT centre provided to them by MTN, a telecommomunication giant at a cost of 100,000 US dollars.

BIRIM C:
Victor Smith warns private healthcare providers
Saturday, July 07 2012

Government has cautioned private health care providers against compromising efficient health care service with profitability.

SOCIAL:
Veep launches SADA afforestation project in U/E
Sunday, July 08 2012

Vice President John Dramani Mahama yesterday launched the afforestation component of the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA), at Vea in the Bongo District of the Upper East Region.

NKORANZA S:
Nkoranza gets dinning hall
Sunday, July 08 2012

The Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFUND), has funded the construction of a dining hall complex with furniture estimated at GH¢385,000 for Nkoranza Senior High School (SHS) in the Brong Ahafo Region.

MFANTSEMAN:
Odambea Festival launched
Sunday, July 08 2012

The Nkusukum Traditional Council in the Mfantseman Municipality has launched the celebration of the Odambea Festival at the Nankesedo (Saltpond Lower Town) in the Central region.

SOCIAL:
Veep launches construction of Apolonia and King City
Monday, July 09 2012

Vice President John Dramani Mahama on Saturday launched projects involving the construction of two new cities to be situated in the Greater Accra and Western Regions.

ELLEMBELE:
Political officers holders obliged to improve lives
Monday, July 09 2012

Mr. Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah, Deputy Minister of Energy, said political office holders were obliged to help transform the lives of the people, especially those in the remote areas.

E AKIM:
Victor Smith launches campaign
Monday, July 09 2012

Mr. Victor Smith, the parliamentary candidate for the National Democratic Congress at the Abuakwa North Constituency officially launched is campaign on Saturday with a pledge to help the constituency achieve accelerated development.

ECONOMICS:
Ghana has lifted 5.9 million barrels of crude oil - GHEITI
Monday, July 09 2012

Ghana has to date lifted about 5.9 million barrels of crude oil, representing a total revenue of 903 million United States dollars, Mr Franklin Ashiadey, National Coordinator of the Ghana Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (GHEITI), said at the weekend.

KMA:
Asantehene to stop complicity of Chiefs in galamsey
Monday, July 09 2012

Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has noted with deep concern the complicity of some of the chiefs in the region in illegal mining (galamsey) and resolved to support the government in dealing with the problem.

AKATSI:
20 computers for Ave SHS
Monday, July 09 2012

The Ave Senior High School in the Akatsi District is to take delivery of 20 computers and accessories next week to help the students acquire practical skills in Information Communication Technology, ICT.

NKWANTA S:
Assembly members receive motorbikes
Monday, July 09 2012

Assembly Members in the Nkwanta South District in the Volta Region have recently being presented with 45 motor bikes to aid mobility in their electoral areas.

SAWLA:
Assembly to boost accommodation for nurses at Kulmasa
Monday, July 09 2012

The Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District Assembly is creating an impetus for growth in the health system as the Assembly is constructing a new nurses’ quarters facility for nurses at Kulmasa within the district.

AMA:
Residents elated over security light project
Monday, July 09 2012

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly headed by Dr. Okoe Vanderpuije with a mandate by government to improve the level of security in the area has since 2009 installed streetlights in almost all of its electoral areas.

ASSIN S:
“Atta Mills deserves second term”- Minister
Monday, July 09 2012

A Deputy Central Regional Minister and the MP for Mfantseman West, Hon. Aquinas Tawiah Quansah has called on Ghanaians to give the Mills- led government a second term to complete the good works it has started.

BIRIM C:
Court orders demolishing at lorry park-Deputy Director
Monday, July 09 2012

Deputy Coordinating Director of the Birim Central Municipal Assembly, Samuel Badu Baiden said the demolishing exercise at the old lorry station was just an adherence to court order to eject traders from the place.

TALENSI N:
DCE asked youth to refrain from negative lifestyles
Monday, July 09 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Talensi-Nabdam District Assembly, Madame Vivian Anafo has advised the youth of the area to eschew all forms of negative lifestyles to enable them become responsible leaders in future.

SUNYANI:
2 schools to get new classrooms
Monday, July 09 2012

Two basic schools in the Sunyani Municipality have benefited from the construction of 6-unit classroom blocks each.

ECONOMICS:
Bank of Ghana to introduce upgraded GH¢50
Tuesday, July 10 2012

The Bank of Ghana on Monday said it would introduce an upgraded GH¢50 banknote, which has been enhanced with new security features to stem counterfeiting of the currency.

L M KROBO:
Biometric registration begins on July 10th at Akuse
Tuesday, July 10 2012

Biometric voter registration exercise for this year’s Presidential and Parliamentary elections begins at Akuse area on Tuesday July 10, to July 19, 2012.

ECONOMICS:
Ghana’s Oil and gas contracts should be reviewed- IEA
Tuesday, July 10 2012

There is the need to review most of Ghana’s oil contracts which were signed as far back as 2005 to reflect current economic situations, Senior Fellow of the Institute of Economic Affairs, (IEA) said on Monday.

KUMASI:
Bring your expertise to bear on the assemblies –Oppong-Fosu
Tuesday, July 10 2012

Metropolitan, Municipal and District Coordinating Directors, have been urged to remain neutral and help bring their expertise to bear on the performance of the assemblies.  

NKWANTA S:
3 new school blocks commissioned
Tuesday, July 10 2012

Three communities in the Nkwanta South District in the Volta Region now have their problem with school infrastructure solved with the construction and commissioning of modern classroom blocks.

FANTEAKWA:
DCE appeals for frequency for radio station
Tuesday, July 10 2012

District Chief Executive for the Fanteakwa District in the Eastern Region has extended special appeal to the Regional Minister, Victor Smith to assist the district to acquire frequency modulation band to commence a radio station in the district.

BAWKU W:
New school block paves way for JHS
Tuesday, July 10 2012

The long awaited opportunity to secure a Junior High School (JHS) for the Kaare-Natinga basic school in the Bawku West district will soon be realized as an additional block has been built for the school to open up classrooms meant for teaching and learning activities.

SUNYANI:
182 projects executed
Tuesday, July 10 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for the Sunyani Municipal Assembly, Mr. Kwasi Oppong Ababio has revealed that about 182 development projects have so far been executed in the area since 2009.

SAWLA:
Construction of new Police quarters nears completion
Tuesday, July 10 2012

The construction of a new Police quarters is underway in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district in the Northern region.

MFANTSEMAN:
Assembly signs MoU to boost dev’t
Tuesday, July 10 2012

The Mfansteman Municipal Assembly in the Central Region in its constant effort to improve infrastructure in the area has signed a Tripartite Parternership Project (TPP) agreement at Mankessim.

HO:
GHs35,490.00 disbursed to disabled
Tuesday, July 10 2012

An amount of GHs35, 490.00 has been disbursed to one hundred and eighteen (118) disabled persons in the Ho Municipality in the Volta Region.

AMA:
More schools get temporal classrooms
Tuesday, July 10 2012

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly In a bid to halt the shift system in the educational process about 3 year ago took a number of daring initiative to bring the motive to fruition.

JOMORO:
Fishermen receive outboard motors
Wednesday, July 11 2012

The District Chief Executive for Jomoro, Mr Sylvester Dadie, has appealed to fishermen to apply approved fishing methods to avoid depletion of fish stock.

FANTEAKWA:
CHPS compound underway
Wednesday, July 11 2012

Two new Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compounds are under construction for residents of Amotare and Adakope communities in the Fanteakwa District.

 

A AKIM S:
DCE presents anesthetic machine to Juaso Hospital
Wednesday, July 11 2012

The District Chief Executive for Asante Akim South in the Ashanti Region, Mr. De-graft Fokuo has presented a brand new Anesthetic machine to the Juaso government Hospital.

SABOBA:
Assembly moves to improve, increase streetlights
Wednesday, July 11 2012

The Saboba District Assembly has committed efforts to increase and improve the street lighting systems in the area in the quest to keep development on track in the district.

WENCHI:
Govt compensates persons affected by Bui dam
Wednesday, July 11 2012

Government has release a total of 1.1 million Ghana cedis for the payment as compensation in respect of crop and economic trees that were destroyed as a result of the construction of the Bui dam.

BAWKU W:
17 communities to obtain boreholes
Wednesday, July 11 2012

The Bawku West District Assembly has managed to push all required efforts for the commencement of works on the 17 emergency boreholes scheduled for some selected communities of the district.

M WASSA E:
7,758 Pupils Fed Under GSFP
Wednesday, July 11 2012

Government’s policy to expand the School Feeding Programme to improve education has not proved futile as most schools across the length and breadth of the country have started benefiting from the initiative.

CAPE C:
London Bridge Zion JHS gets new classroom block
Wednesday, July 11 2012

Works are far advanced for the completion of a 12-unit 2 storey classroom block for students of London Bridge Zion A & B Junior High School (JHS) in the Cape Coast Metropolis.

NKWANTA S:
MASLOC assists 13 women groups
Wednesday, July 11 2012

About thirteen organized women groups in the Nkwanta South District in the Volta Region have received assistance from the Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC).

EFFUTU:
Lowcost residents commend gov’t
Wednesday, July 11 2012

Residents of Low Cost in Winneba have commended the Minister of Health, Mr Alban Bagbin, for his prompt response to their call for help to solve flooding in the area.

TMA:
New presiding member elected
Wednesday, July 11 2012

A new presiding member, Mr. Romeo Elikplim Akahoho, has been elected for the Tema Metropolitan Assembly in the Greater Accra Region.

FANTEAKWA:
Assembly intensifies tree planting programme
Thursday, July 12 2012

The effects of climate change have become a major concern to every government across the country, organizations and agencies leading to the formation of programmes and policies to help curtail the situation.

MFANTSEMAN:
Mfantsiman Girls SHS tutors to receive laptops
Thursday, July 12 2012

The Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) is in a process of procuring laptop computers for the teachers of the School.

SOCIAL:
Star-Ghana supports 36 organisations with 4,783,285
Thursday, July 12 2012

STAR-Ghana a multi-donor pooled funding mechanism (funded by DFID, DANIDA, EU and USAID) has pumped a total of 4,783,285.75 dollars to 36 organisations in an effort to consolidate democracy, a statement made available to the Ghana News Agency in Accra on Wednesday.

BAWKU W:
Classroom block to be completed within 6 months
Thursday, July 12 2012

The Bawku West District Chief Executive, Mr. Moro Adam Anabah has assured that all things being equal works on the 6 unit classroom block facility currently under construction at Gbantongo will soon be completed.

ATIWA:
5 footbridges constructed
Thursday, July 12 2012

Accessibility has been improved to communities in the Atiwa District that have been identified to experiencing annual cut off in the rainy season due to heavy downpour with the construction of five (5) footbridges.

SAWLA:
Bungalow underway to ease accommodation for nurses
Thursday, July 12 2012

The Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District Assembly is making a considerable investment into the wellbeing of some nurses in the district, as it has committed resources in the construction an accommodation facility for them. 

TARKWA:
MCE bemoans low revenue collection
Thursday, July 12 2012

The Chief Executive for Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipal Assembly, Mrs. Christiana Kobbinah has noted that her outfit is keen to ensure the completion of various on-going projects in the area.

SABOBA:
Assembly begins construction of market stalls
Thursday, July 12 2012

Business activities will soon take shape in Saboba and its surrounding environs as the Assembly has finally resolved to commence with the needed speed, the construction of the 1 storey 18 unit market stalls for traders in the area.

AHANTA W:
2 schools under trees enhanced
Thursday, July 12 2012

The Ahanta West district could be touted as one of the districts which has benefited significantly under the Mills-led government’s unprecedented achievement of eliminating schools under trees in the country.

ATIWA:
Assembly takes delivery of 50 motorbikes
Thursday, July 12 2012

The Atiwa District Assembly in the Eastern Region has taken delivery of 50 brand new motorbikes intended to be distributed to the assembly members in the area.

AKUAPIM N:
MPs need offices in their constituencies – Dan Botwe
Thursday, July 12 2012

The Member for Parliament for Okere Constituency, Hon. Dan Botwe has called for the provision of office accommodation as well as research assistants for MPs in their various constituencies in the country.

KWAHU W:
ECG procures 800,000 new poles for service connections
Friday, July 13 2012

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) is procuring 80,000 new electricity poles for service connections countrywide to expand access of electricity.

SISSALA W:
Sale of fertilizer at night banned
Friday, July 13 2012

The Sissala West District Security Committee in the Upper East Region, has banned the sale and transportation of fertilizer at night.

M WASSA E:
CHPS compounds for 3 communities
Friday, July 13 2012

The Mpohor Wassa East District Assembly has financed the construction of 3 separate Community Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compounds in the area as part of efforts to improve health delivery in the area.

SAWLA:
NHIS gets new office facility
Friday, July 13 2012

The National Health Insurance Scheme in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district will now get the leverage to improve on its operations in the area, as a new office facility meant for the scheme has duly been completed.

PRESTEA:
Atechem English & Arabic School calls for help
Friday, July 13 2012

The Prestea Huni Valley District Assembly has been called on to give attention towards the construction of a new classroom block for students of the Atechem English and Arabic school to boost teaching and learning.

WEST A:
Strategic roads to be improved soon- Victor Smith
Friday, July 13 2012

The Eastern Regional Minister, Ambassador Victor Smith has indicated that government is making plans to tackle some selected strategic road infrastructure in the region to reduce the transportation nightmare of the motorist public in the region.

FANTEAKWA:
More communities enjoy potable water
Friday, July 13 2012

The Fanteakwa District has achieved significant progress in attempt to improve potable water delivery for the people in various communities and institutions in the district.

YENDI:
USAID supports construction of 3 toilet facilities
Friday, July 13 2012

With adequate toilet facilities captured as one of the key underpinnings of reaching the 2015 target of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s) of improved sanitation, the Yendi Municipal Assembly is gradually collaborating with other development partners to secure more sanitation facilities in the municipality.

AHANTA W:
Baiboo Bonsoe SHS emergency block completed
Friday, July 13 2012

A 6 unit emergency classroom block has been completed at Baiboo Bonsoe Senior High School (SHS) to ease congestion in the school.

NKWANTA N:
Assembly distributes motorbikes
Friday, July 13 2012

The Nkwanta North District Assembly  has presented about 24 brand new motorbikes to Assembly members to help facilitate their work in their respective electoral areas.

FANTEAKWA:
More communities enjoy potable water
Saturday, July 14 2012

The Fanteakwa District has achieved significant progress in attempt to improve potable water delivery for the people in various communities and institutions in the district.

ATIWA:
Anyinam taxi rank to receive facelift
Saturday, July 14 2012

Residents and other motorists who patronize the Anyinam taxi rank will soon have their worry of muddy and unkempt station resolved in the face-lifting of the station. 

NKORANZA N:
USAID funds education edifice
Saturday, July 14 2012

Very soon, executives of the Education Directorate of the Nkoranza North District will administer their duties in a new office complex being constructed for them by United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

TARKWA:
Education Office to get electricity
Saturday, July 14 2012

Goldfields Ghana Limited has promised to extend electricity to the education office complex for the Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipality in the Western Region.

KMA:
Sofoline Interchange to be opened to traffic in October
Saturday, July 14 2012

The Sofoline Interchange being built as part of the GH¢99.6 million reconstruction of the 11.3-kilometre Kejetia-Abuakwa stretch of the Kumasi-Sunyani road is set to be opened to traffic in October this year.

A AKIM S:
Toasehene commends assembly
Saturday, July 14 2012

Nana Asiama-Poku Afrifa II, a member of the Council of State, has commended the Asante-Akim South District in the Ashanti for executing more development projects in the area.

ATIWA:
CHPS compound commissioned for Akwaduuso town
Sunday, July 15 2012

A community-based health planning services (CHPS) compound has been commissioned for the people of Akwaduuso in the Atiwa District in the Eastern Region.

W AKIM:
Okotokrom L/A school gets new classroom
Sunday, July 15 2012

In a bid to improve the level of education in the West Akim Municipality, the Eastern Regional Minister, Mr. Victor Smith has commissioned a new school block for the Okotokrom L/A primary school.

SOCIAL:
Govt Will continue to promote the Rule Of Law
Sunday, July 15 2012

Dr Benjamin Kunbour, Minister of Justice and Attorney General has noted that government would continue to promote the rule of law and access to justice.

GA W:
Schools must add character building to curriculum - Educationist
Monday, July 16 2012

A Deputy Municipal Director of Education, has called for the incorporation of more character building lessons into the school curriculum to help lower the alarming rate of drug abuse and crime among children.

N JUABEN:
$73 million needed to stop mother-to-child transmission of HIV
Monday, July 16 2012

The Promgramme Manager of the National AIDS Control Programme (NACP), Dr Nii Akwei Addo said Ghana needs 73 million US dollars to implement fully the national strategic plan to ensure zero transmission of HIV from pregnant women to their babies by 2015.

HOHOE:
Zongo Chiefs render apology to Togbega Gabusu
Monday, July 16 2012

A leadership delegation of Hohoe Zongo on Sunday officially rendered an unqualified apology to Togbega Gabusu, Paramount Chief of Gbi Traditional Area, its elders and people of the Gbi State, for the complicity in conduct that led to the violent communal clash that claimed lives and properties in the area recently.

W AKIM:
Takorase residents want bridge project completed
Monday, July 16 2012

Residents of Takorase, a farming community in the West Akim Municipality have exhausted their patience with the contractor working on a bridge project that connects the Takorase community to others.

SAWLA:
Assembly/WFP desilts dams
Monday, July 16 2012

Under a collaborative programme code-named “Food for Assets” being embarked by the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District Assembly and the World Food Programme (WFP), some dams and dug-outs are currently being desilted to restore the efficiency of water supply of such facilities.

BOSOME FREHO:
10 boreholes underway
Monday, July 16 2012

In less than a month, more than 10 boreholes have been rolled out for deprived areas in the Bosome Freho District in the Ashanti Region.

SABOBA:
N-nalog school block to be completed this year
Monday, July 16 2012

The Saboba District Assembly is seriously pushing efforts to facilitate the completion of a classroom structure scheduled for school children at N-nalog community.

OBUASI:
Market Square area gets more projects
Monday, July 16 2012

Market square, an Electoral Area in the Obuasi Municipal Assembly has benefitted from a number of development projects over the past few years.

AWUTU S:
DCE calls for peaceful elections
Monday, July 16 2012

The Awutu Senya District Chief Executive, Adams Nuhu has called on both the ruling and the opposition political parties in the country to carry out their campaigns devoid of acrimony even as we approach the much anticipated 2012 general election. 

YENDI:
3 basic schools to secure new kindergartens
Monday, July 16 2012

In support to assist consolidate the promotion of pre-school education in the municipality, the United States Agency for International Development has teamed up with the Assembly to construct 3 kindergartens in the area.

JUABOSO:
CHPS compound for Manfie
Monday, July 16 2012

Residents of Manfie, a suburb in the Juaboso District in the Western Region currently will not need to waste time and resource to seek health attention elsewhere as the community has benefited from a newly constructed Community-Based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compound.

HO:
V/R to get first shopping mall
Tuesday, July 17 2012

Volta Region will soon witness the inauguration of a maiden state-of –the-art shopping mall facility in the regional capital Ho.

AJUMAKO:
131 projocts executed, more underway
Tuesday, July 17 2012

The District Chief Executive for Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam, Mr Peter Light Koomson, has said more than 131 development projects have been undertaken in the area.

W AKIM:
Chief calls for speedy works on Asamankese-Suhum road
Tuesday, July 17 2012

Osaberima Kwaku Amoah III, the chief of Asamankese in the Akim West District has lauded the excellent human relations of the District Chief Executive, George Mensah Akpalu with the chiefs and people of the assembly.

SABOBA:
Assembly delivers dual desks to schools
Tuesday, July 17 2012

Six schools within the Saboba district in the Northern region have had their turn to benefit from the government’s supply of school furniture to assist enhance the standard of education in the country.

SPORTS:
2012/2013 Premier League kicks off on October 7
Tuesday, July 17 2012

The Premier League Board (PLB) of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has tentatively fixed Sunday, October 7, 2012 as the kick-off date for the 2012/2013 Premier League season.

AHANTA W:
Assembly procures new grader
Tuesday, July 17 2012

The Ahanta West District Assembly in the Western Region has followed the trend of most developed Districts to procure a brand new grader aimed at improving roads in the area.

GA S:
Afriyie Ankrah calls for concerted efforts to maintain peace
Tuesday, July 17 2012

A  Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development Mr. Elvis Afriyie Ankrah has said government has resolved to condemn any member of the NDC party whose conduct could halt the peace in the country as the 2012 election beckons.

ATIWA:
Chief calls for district hospital
Tuesday, July 17 2012

The regent of Kwabeng and Dwantoahene of Kyebi nana Kofi adjei twini has called on government to provide the district with a hospital to cater for the health needs of the people.

BUNKPURUGU Y:
Aspiring MP tells youth to relay govt achievements
Tuesday, July 17 2012

The NDC parliamentary candidate for the Bunkpurugu-Yunyoo constituency, Hon Duut Abdulai Bonchel has challenged students in the area to move in educating their parents on the socio-economic strides made by government for Ghanaians in appreciation to their confidence reposed in them.

STMA:
New block for T-Poly School of Applied Arts
Tuesday, July 17 2012

The Takoradi Polytechnic (T-Poly) School of Applied Arts have benefited from a 5-storey faculty block to help improve studies in the school.

N JUABEN:
E/R Policy Fair launched
Tuesday, July 17 2012

The Eastern Regional Policy Fair scheduled from Monday 23 - Thursday 26 July 2012 at the Center for National Culture has been officially launched with a call on the general public especially those from the Eastern Region to show interest and patronize the event.

W AKIM:
Asamankese lorry station commissioned
Wednesday, July 18 2012

The Asamankese Lorry Park which has received facelift with the pavement of the entire area has now been opened to the general public.

AMA:
Kotobaabi/Pig Farm residents urged to collaborate to ensure cleanliness
Wednesday, July 18 2012

Mr Prince Tamakloe, Assemblyman for Kotobaabi-Pig Farm Electoral Area, has called on electorates to collaborate with other stakeholders in keeping the city of Accra clean.

DORMA:
Dormaa West District expresses gratitude to government
Wednesday, July 18 2012

Assembly Members in Dormaa-West District in Brong-Ahafo have expressed gratitude to President Mills and the government for creating the new district.

SABOBA:
Reconstruction of 4 dams underway
Wednesday, July 18 2012

At least 4 already existing dams in the Saboba district in the Northern region are being reconstructed under ‘food for work’ programme being rolled out to boost agriculture production in the farming communities.

ASSIN S:
Schools under trees soon to be thing of the past- PRO
Wednesday, July 18 2012

“I can boldly confirm to you that schools under tress will soon be a thing of the past in the Assin South District as befitting emergency classroom blocks amongst other educational facilities have been constructed to rescue the development".

SUNYANI:
Uphold the peace in the country - MCE
Wednesday, July 18 2012

Mr Kwasi Oppong Ababio, Sunyani Municipal Chief Executive, has said recent political developments in the country must be a concern to every Ghanaian in the struggle to protect the nation’s peace.

YENDI:
USAID funds establishment of 3 new JHSs
Wednesday, July 18 2012

Some basic schools that lacked Junior High Schools(JHS) in the Yendi municipality have been considered to receive additional structures to assist accomplish their quest of getting the needed infrastructure to establish such levels of education.

KWABRE E:
Queen mothers appeal for improved roads
Wednesday, July 18 2012

Queen mothers in the Kwabre East District in the Ashanti Region have appealed to government to help improve their roads which are in deplorable states and also channel more development projects into the area.

ATIWA:
More roads under construction
Wednesday, July 18 2012

In order to improve the transportation network in the area, a number of feeder roads in the Atiwa District in the Eastern Region are being reshaped and others with bushes on them being cleared.

ABURA:
First phase of Saltpond-Abura road nears completion
Wednesday, July 18 2012

Reconstruction work is currently ongoing on an 18 kilometer Saltpond - Abura road, aimed at improving transportation in the Abura Asebu Kwamankese District.

HO:
23 photographers receive photography equipment
Wednesday, July 18 2012

About Twenty-three (23) photographers have been provided with photography equipment by the Volta Regional Secretariat of the Local Enterprise and Skills Development Programme (LESDEP).

FEATURE:
Ghana should promote smock Industry from the North
Wednesday, July 18 2012

The smock industry unlike the kente industry has been sidelined for long.

 

AMA:
LESDEP presents 15 trucks to butchers association
Thursday, July 19 2012

Government on Wednesday presented 15 trucks valued at GH¢567,600 to the Ghana Co-operative Butchers Association, to help reduce transportation cost and facilitate the easy carting of animals to boost their business. 

HEALTH:
GHS outdoors new diarrhoea treatment for children
Thursday, July 19 2012

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) in collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on Wednesday outdoored a new and more effective method of treating childhood diarrhoea.

HEALTH:
AIDS Commission receives GHC17.6 million from gov’t
Thursday, July 19 2012

Government has released GH₵17,650,455.54 as the first portion of its matching funds in fulfilment of Ghana’s High level commitment to the fight against HIV and AIDS.

KWAHU E:
Presbyterian University College to construct hostel
Thursday, July 19 2012

The management of the Presbyterian University College (PUC) has cut the sod for the construction of a GHȼ2,001,000 student hostel at its Kwahu campus at Abetifi.

W AKIM:
Minister calls for hardwork to devt new district
Thursday, July 19 2012

Mr. Victor Smith, Eastern Regional Minister has urged the people of the Upper West Akim District, one of the newly created districts to use the opportunity to ensure accelerated development of the various communities.

ECONOMICS:
GHs2.6 billion to be approved as supplementary budget
Thursday, July 19 2012

Government has submitted an amount of GHs2,613,407,346.00 for approval by Parliament as supplementary budget for 2012.

N TONGU:
Assembly reaches out to communities
Thursday, July 19 2012

In attempt to keep touch with the people and get them involved in moving the development of the North Tongu District forward, the assembly led by the chief executive has embarked on outreach programme to some selected communities in the district.

KWABRE E:
2000 dual desk distributed
Thursday, July 19 2012

The Kwabre East District Assembly in the Ashanit Region has distributed a total of two thousand (2000) dual desks to various schools in the area.

BOLE:
Electricity projects commissioned for 3 towns
Thursday, July 19 2012

The Vice President, Mr. John Dramani Mahama, has commissioned newly completed electricity projects at three selected communities of the total number of twenty three localities that had been connected to the national grid in Bole district.

TARKWA:
New Gov’t Hopital for Tarkwa completed
Thursday, July 19 2012

Residents living in Tarkwa, the Capital of Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipality can now boast of quality health delivery as government has constructed for them a new district hospital to cater for their health needs.

K NANKANA W:
Assembly constructs school block at Sirigu
Thursday, July 19 2012

The Kassena Nankana West District Assembly has advanced in its quest to secure more classroom blocks for the purpose of removing and replacing schools under trees with standard structures through the implementation of the “Better Ghana” agenda.

AMA:
New school complex commissioned
Thursday, July 19 2012

President J.E.A Mills yesterday took time off his busy schedules to inaugurate an 18-unit classroom block for the Salvation Army School at Laterbiorkorshie in the Accra Metropolitan Assembly.

AHANTA W:
Assembly distributes Motorbikes
Thursday, July 19 2012

The Ahanta West District Assembly has presented 51 brand new royal motorbikes to members of the assembly to facilitate work in their respective electoral areas.

SEFWI-W:
25 farmers arrest in Sui River Forest Reserve
Friday, July 20 2012

The Forestry Commission  has arrested 24 persons  for establishing illegal  farms and putting up illegal permanent structures in the Sui River Forest Reserve in the sef District of the Western Region.

N JUABEN:
Newmont embarks on apprenticeship programme
Friday, July 20 2012

Newmont Akyem Project has embarked on apprenticeship programme to train people to meet the job specification and criteria for job placement in the mining company.

KUMASI:
Education has no substitute – Educationist
Friday, July 20 2012

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Junior High School would work assiduously to maintain the good academic standards set over the years, Mrs Mary S. Kyere, the Headmistress, has said.

POLITICS:
President Mills ready for 2012 electioneering
Friday, July 20 2012

President John Evans Atta Mills, poised to win the 2012 elections, for a second term, is set for the electioneering on the message of peace and development.

N TONGU:
REP assists 75 beneficiaries
Friday, July 20 2012

About seventy-five beneficiaries who received training under the Rural Enterprises Programme have been presented with Start up kits in the North Tongu District in the Volta Region.

W AKIM:
54 towns get electricity, 27 in the pipeline
Friday, July 20 2012

There is hope for about twenty-seven communities in the West Akim Municipality to be connected to the electricity national grid soon under the rural electrification project.

DANGME W:
CHRAJ educates heads of MDA’ s on Code of Conduct
Friday, July 20 2012

The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), has organised a two-day workshop at Dodowa in the Greater Accra Region, on the Code of Conduct for Public Officers.

HEALTH:
Muntaka calls for support in enforcing Public Health Bill
Friday, July 20 2012

Mr. Muntaka M. Mubarak, Chairman of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Health, has called on Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to partner the Ministry of Health (MOH) in enforcing and educating the public on the Public Health Bill.

E AKIM:
New ambulance commissioned
Friday, July 20 2012

The East Akim Municipal Assembly has also benefitted from a new ambulance from government by way of measures to improve health delivery in the municipality.

SABOBA:
Schools hit by rainstorm soon to be rehabilitated
Friday, July 20 2012

The Saboba District Assembly has awarded contract for rehabilitation of some schools that were affected by recent rainstorm in the district.

K NANKANA W:
3km Kalivio junction/Kalivio road improved
Friday, July 20 2012

The Kassena Nankana West District Assembly has attended to a number of road projects in the area to improve the road networks in the district.

KINTAMPO N:
Assembly makes progress in revenue collection
Friday, July 20 2012

The Kintampo North Municipal Assembly had as at May, 2012 collected an amount of GHs 148,943.00 against this year’s budgeted revenue of GHs 494,614.00, representing a total performance rate of 72.3% increase of its internally generated fund(IGP).

ATIWA:
More towns get electricity
Friday, July 20 2012

Work to connect some additional communities in the Atiwa District in the Eastern Region to the national grid is progressing steadily, the District Chief Executive, Emmanuel Atta Twum has stated.

BIA:
SHS to get new dormitory block
Friday, July 20 2012

Government has received applauds from some authorities and students of the Bia Senior/Technical School with regards to an ongoing construction of a Girl’s dormitory block for the school.

AMA:
Osu to mark Homowo Festival in grand style
Saturday, July 21 2012

Nii Okwei Kinka Dowuona VI, Osu Mantse says this year’s Homowo festival celebration would be celebrated in a "grand style", because for the first time in five years, the Traditional Area was free of litigation.

SUNYANI:
Magazine to promote B/A launched
Saturday, July 21 2012

The Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Mr. Samuel Ofosu Ampofo has launched a magazine which has been designed to showcase the achievements chalked by government within the Brong Ahofo region.

N JUABEN:
Workshop on Urban Passenger Transport Unit ends in koforidua
Saturday, July 21 2012

A two-day workshop on the integration of the Urban Passenger Transport Unit into the mainstream District Assembly System has ended in Koforidua in the New Juaben Municipality.

DORMAA:
Community appeals for development projects
Saturday, July 21 2012

The chief and people of Koradaso, a predominantly farming community in the Dormaa Municipality have appealed through the Assembly to the central government to assist and provide them with some basic amenities.

N JUABEN:
GES takes delivery of 5,500 laptops
Saturday, July 21 2012

The Minister of Education, Mr. Lee Ocran has said that government is determined to provide sixty thousand laptops to basic schools throughout the county before the end of this year.  

E AKIM :
Assembly makes strides in Better Ghana agenda
Saturday, July 21 2012

The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of East Akim, Mr Simon Peter Asirifi, has said the assembly has undertaken many development projects and programmes for the past three and half years under the “Better the Ghana Agenda”.

E GONJA:
Disabled teacher receives motorbike
Saturday, July 21 2012

A physically challenged teacher has received a brand new Apsonic (AP 110-33) motorbike from the Northern Regional Education Directorate to ease her mobility in and around the area.

STMA:
Waste company donates to school
Sunday, July 22 2012

The Zeal Environmental Technologies Limited, a waste management company, has donated educational materials estimated at GHs3,500.00 as well as dustbins to the Nana Kobina Nketsia Basic Schools at Essikado near Takoradi in the Western Region .

 

TAMALE:
Govt donates 200 bags of rice/sugar for Ramadan
Sunday, July 22 2012

The government has presented 100 bags of rice and 100 bags of sugar each (50 kilogrammes) to the Muslim community and traditional authorities in Tamale to mark the beginning of the Ramadan festive season.

SOCIAL:
Train of Better Ghana Agenda is moving everywhere - ET Mensah
Sunday, July 22 2012

“The train of Government’s Better Ghana Agenda is on course, and is delivering to improve living conditions of the citizenry”, Mr Enoch Teye Mensah, Minister of Water Resources, Works and Housing said on Friday.

SABOBA:
20 communities get canoes
Monday, July 23 2012

The Member of Parliament for Saboba constituency, Joseph Bukari Nikpe has supplied a total number of 20 canoes to communities sited around river banks within the district.

KINTAMPO N:
340 employed under NYEP
Monday, July 23 2012

About 64 skilled and unskilled youth in the Kintampo North Municipality have been provided with jobs under the National Youth Employment Programme to cut down the ever- increasing youth unemployment rate in the area.

K NANKANA W:
Assembly facilitates plantation exercise
Monday, July 23 2012

The Kassena Nankana West District Assembly is embarking on a 3 hectare forest plantation exercise to power climate change afforestation programme in the district. 

NKWANTA N:
Assembly receives tractors from SADA
Monday, July 23 2012

The Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA), one of the government’s policies to bridge the socio-economic gap between the Northern and the Southern sectors of Ghana, seems to be taking shape as most districts have started benefiting hugely from the initiative.

L MANYA K:
“Do not depend wholly on industry”-Min tells
Monday, July 23 2012

A Deputy Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Mr. Stephen Ackah has challenged youth in the vocational and technical areas of the economy to avoid depending wholly on the industry, but strive very hard to initiate their own business to assist promote the forward march of the sector.

JAMAN N:
New dormitory block for Narsec
Monday, July 23 2012

Narsec Senior High School in the Jaman North District in the Brong/Ahafo Region has been provided with a 1- storey boys’ dormitory block to improve accommodation in the school.

N JUABEN:
4-day E/R Policy fair underway in Koforidua
Monday, July 23 2012

Stakeholders in the Eastern Region led by the Regional Minister Victor Smith today opened a four day policy fair to provide a platform that enables the citizenry to interact with Government Ministries, Departments, Agencies.

GA W:
Educational projects since 2009 at a glance
Monday, July 23 2012

As part of the Better Ghana Agenda, the Ga West Municipality in the Greater Accra Region has experienced the proliferation of projects in all of its sectors since 2009.

AMA:
Govt committed to developmental projects - Minister
Monday, July 23 2012

Mr Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, Minister of Local Government and Rural Development (MLGRD) has reiterated government’s commitment to ensure development in all areas of the country.

AMANSIE W:
MP calls for strict enforcement of mining laws
Monday, July 23 2012

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Amansie West, Madam Grace Addo, has called for strict enforcement of the country’s environmental and mining laws to help reduce the fast degradation of the environment and also protect the lives and property of people in mining communities.

KMA:
Let’s ensure aggressive promotion of ICT education
Monday, July 23 2012

Mr Joseph Kwabena Onyinah, Ashanti Regional Education Director, has called for a more aggressive promotion of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) education in schools.

K NANKANA E:
Canadian teachers donate to Chaaba Primary
Tuesday, July 24 2012

Four Canadian teachers donated school supplies worth GH¢2,000.00 to the Chaaba-Naaga Primary school in the Kassena-Nankana East District of Upper East Region.  

SOCIAL:
TEWU embarks On Sit-Down Strike
Tuesday, July 24 2012

The Western Regional branch of the Teachers and Educational Workers’ Union (TEWU), has began a sit-down strike to protest against the non-payment of the 15 per cent retention premium of the remaining 11 categories of non teaching staff.

NKWANTA S:
Food producers want roads fixed
Tuesday, July 24 2012

Food producers of the Nkwanta Districts and surrounding areas of the Volta Region have called on government to help rehabilitate the road arteries and the main trunk road of the area.

SOCIAL:
Gov’t committed to reducing graduate unemployment - E.T Mensah
Tuesday, July 24 2012

Government has reiterated its commitment to reducing further the huge graduate unemployment rate in the country.

N TONGU:
LESDEP gives out outboard motors
Tuesday, July 24 2012

The Local Enterprises and Skills Development Programme, LESDEP continuous to provide economic relief to a number of people across the country.

POLITICS:
Creation of new assemblies has good intentions-Ofosu Ampofo
Tuesday, July 24 2012

Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo has reiterated that the creation of the new districts and elevation of some to municipal status is an important exercise and worth the time, energy and resources invested in it.

L MANYA K:
More computers delivered to boost ICT training
Tuesday, July 24 2012

Some philanthropists and development partners have moved to support the learning of Information Communication Technology(ICT) at the Community Development Vocational and Technical Institute at Kpong in the Eastern region.

THLD:
Assemblyman requests for more boreholes
Tuesday, July 24 2012

The Assembly member for Wamaso-East under the newly created Twifo Atimokwa district in the Central region, Kwame Anane Yamoah is craving for more water facilities which will serve inhabitants with safe drinking water.

E JUABEN:
Electricity extension project to commence in Ebeyeyie Area
Tuesday, July 24 2012

Ghanadistricts.com can boldly say that an electricity extension project will very soon be carried out in the Ebeyeyie/Tano/Odumasi Electoral Area in the Ejisu Juaben Municipality in the Ashanti Region.

N JUABEN:
Okyehene calls for empowerment of assemblies
Tuesday, July 24 2012

Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin II, Okyehene has pated government at the back for the efforts so far made in trying to relegate power to the grassroots to participate in the development of their localities.

SEKYERE CENTRAL:
Kwamang-North residents appeal for storm drain/boreholes
Tuesday, July 24 2012

Residents living in the Kwaman North Area in the Sekyere Central District in the Ashanti Region are calling on the government and benevolent organizations to come to their aid to construct a storm drain for them.

OFFINSO S:
Unemployed youth to receive skills training
Tuesday, July 24 2012

Unemployed youth in the Offinso South Municipality will very soon be taken through an intensive skills training programme with the sole aim of supporting them take hold of their economic lives.

SOCIAL:
Prez. Mills is dead
Tuesday, July 24 2012

Ghanadistricts.com, can confirmed that President John Evans Atta Mills is dead. His unfortunate death occurred Tuesday at the 37 Military hospital.

SOCIAL:
Prez Mahama declares a week of national mourning
Tuesday, July 24 2012

The newly sworn-in President, John Dramani Mahama has declared one week of mourning for the late president of the Republic of Ghana, J.E.A Mills.

SOCIAL:
Mahama sworn-in as President of Ghana
Tuesday, July 24 2012

His Excellency John Dramani Mahama has been sworn-in by the Chief Justice, Mrs Justice Georgina Wood Republic of Ghana at Parliament this evening.

SOCIAL:
World leaders mourn the late Professor Atta Mills
Wednesday, July 25 2012

Tribute continue to pour in from around the world for the late president of the Republic of Ghana, John Evans Atta Mills who passed away on Tuesday 24, July, 2012 at the 37 Military Hospital.

TAMALE:
N/R to start distribution of treated nets
Wednesday, July 25 2012

The Northern Regional Directorate of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), in collaboration with partner agencies, is to distribute free treated mosquito nets to the public aimed at curbing the spread of malaria.

KETA:
MCE pays tribute to late President Mills
Wednesday, July 25 2012

Chief executive of the Keta Municipal Assembly has paid glowing tribute to the late President of the republic of Ghana who passed away yesterday at the 37 Military Hospital.

SUNYANI:
Boundary dispute looms betweenSunyani and Fiapre
Wednesday, July 25 2012

A protracted boundary dispute is gradually rearing its ugly head between Sunyani and Fiapre traditional councils in the Brong-Ahafo Region.

K NANKANA W:
USAID funds construction of education office complex
Wednesday, July 25 2012

Serious works are currently underway in the construction of a 2-storey block for the Kassena Nankana West District Education Directorate.

KETU N:
Prez Mills was a selfless leader - DCE
Wednesday, July 25 2012

Mr. Lawson Kofi Claver, Ketu North District Chief Executive has lauded the immense contributions of the late President of the Republic of Ghana which he exhibited until his sudden demise on Tuesday 24, July, 2012 at the 37 Military Hospital.

SOCIAL:
Prez Mills showed traits of wise King Solomon-Palmer Buckle
Wednesday, July 25 2012

The Catholic Church’s Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, Archbishop Gabriel Charles Palmer-Buckle has equated the persona of the late former President J.E.A. Mills to that of biblically acclaimed wise King Solomon.

 

ASHAIMAN:
“We least expected Prez Mills death” - MCE
Wednesday, July 25 2012

“We least expected it” was the words of the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Ashaiman Numo Adinortey Addison when expressing his utter dismay over the death of President J.E.A Mills.

SABOBA:
MP/Assembly collaborates to distribute football kits
Wednesday, July 25 2012

The Saboba District Assembly in conjunction with the Member of Parliament for the Saboba constituency, Joseph Bukari Nikpe has distributed sets of jerseys and footballs to some basic schools within the district.

SOCIAL:
Parliament adjourn sitting as it mourns Ex Prez Mills
Wednesday, July 25 2012

A day after the death of former President Mills, Ghanaians continue to mourn his demise and members of parliament are no exception in this period of grief.

SOCIAL:
Prez Mahama calls for unity
Wednesday, July 25 2012

Ghana’s new President John Dramani Mahama has called on Ghanaians to remain united and strong following the sudden transition of President John Evans Atta Mills which occurred at the 37 Military Hospital at 14.15 GMT yesterday in Accra.

SOCIAL:
Min of Energy/NPA donate to Korle Bu burns centre
Wednesday, July 25 2012

The Deputy Minister for Energy in charge of Petroleum, Mr Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah, has directed the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) to design and implement health and safety standards to be followed by local landing beach committees, to help prevent fuel-related accidents.

POLITICS:
President Mahama holds his first Cabinet Meeting
Thursday, July 26 2012

President John Dramani Mahama on Wednesday  began his first day in office with an emergency cabinet session, following the demise of the late President John Evans Atta Mills on Tuesday July 24 in Accra.

SOCIAL:
GJA expresses shock over President Mills’ death
Thursday, July 26 2012

The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), has expressed its condolences to the wife of former President John Evans Atta Mills, the family and the people of Ghana for the loss of the tragic loss of the president.

SOCIAL:
Cocoa/Sheanut Farmers mourn President Mills
Thursday, July 26 2012

Ghana Cocoa Coffee Sheanut Farmers Association have expressed shock at the sudden death of President Atta-Mills.

ASHAIMAN:
NGO sensitizes school children on Cholera
Thursday, July 26 2012

Mind Development Foundation (MDF), a non-governmental organisation in health, has organized an anti-cholera sensitization workshop for some selected schools in the Ashaiman Municipality.

N JUABEN:
500 youth receive training in poultry keeping
Thursday, July 26 2012

The Eastern Regional Office of the National Youth Authority (NYA), has trained 500 youth in the area since the beginning of the year in poultry farming at the Youth Training Institute at Afienya.

E AKIM:
2 communities to get toilet facilities
Thursday, July 26 2012

Two number 10-seater Aqua Privy toilet facilities are under construction at two communities including Ahwenease and new Tafo Zongo in the East Akim Municipality.

SOCIAL:
MPs pay tribute to Ex President Mills
Thursday, July 26 2012

Lots of tributes continue to pour in for the late Ex President Mills who died on Tuesday at the 37 Military Hospitals in Accra on July 24, 2012.

KMA:
Office complex commissioned for NAGRAT
Thursday, July 26 2012

A new office complex has been commissioned for the Ashanti Regional Branch for the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) in the Kumasi Metropolis.

BOLGA:
Assembly doubles efforts to engage new ‘revenue earners’
Thursday, July 26 2012

The Bolgatanga Municipal Assembly is still seeking ways to improve revenue mobilization which has for the past years taken a nose dive in the area.

KMA:
Ghana has lost a Great Leader - Asantehene
Thursday, July 26 2012

Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asantehene, has described the death of President John Evans Atta Mills as a huge and painful loss to the country.

YILO K:
Nigerian delegation explores benefits of LEAP
Thursday, July 26 2012

The Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) programme aimed at providing money and health insurance to extremely poor households across Ghana to alleviate short-term poverty and encourage long term human capital development in deprived communities has received recognition from Nigeria.

 

SOCIAL:
Gov’t opens book of condolence for Ex Prez Mills
Thursday, July 26 2012

Government has opened books of condolence for the late President John Evans Atta Mills.

AMA:
Mills’ death, a great loss - Christian Council
Thursday, July 26 2012

Christian Council of Ghana has said that the sudden transition of President Mills has come as deep shock and described it as a great loss to the nation at the critical moment of Ghana’s democratic development.

SOCIAL:
Ghanaian players mourn President Mills
Thursday, July 26 2012

Ghanaian players have expressed shock and deep sorrow at the news of the sudden death Tuesday of President John Evans Atta Mills, who passed on at the 37 Military Hospital.

SOCIAL:
PNC mourns President Mills
Thursday, July 26 2012

The Peoples’ National Convention joins all Ghanaians at home and abroad to mourn the passing on unto glory of the President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency, Professor John Evans Atta Mills.

SOCIAL:
Rawlingses regret Mills’ demise
Thursday, July 26 2012

Ghana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings and Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings, have expressed regret at news of the passing of President John Evans Atta Mills.

SOCIAL:
Kufuor, Woyome & others sign Book of Condolence
Thursday, July 26 2012

Immediately after the signing the book of condolence, the NPP leaders and their entourage in a convoy went straight to the seat of government to commiserate with President John Dramani Mahama.

SOCIAL:
Mills’ last wishes were to build Cape Coast stadium, Kotokuraba market - Haruna Iddrisu
Thursday, July 26 2012

The Minister for Communications, Haruna Iddrissu has revealed that chief among Mills’ last wishes before his demise were to honour his promise to build a stadium for his native region, Cape Coast as well as renovate the Kotokuraba market also in the Central Region.

SOCIAL:
I was devastated as I saw Mills’ lifeless body - Rev. Amoo-Darko
Thursday, July 26 2012

A close confidante of the late President said John Mills died because of his dedication to work and his passion to develop the country.

SOCIAL:
Mills always had an air of peace around him - Kufuor
Thursday, July 26 2012

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor in his first statement on the passing of his successor Prof. John Evans Atta Mills, has described him as one with “an air of peace around him.”

SOCIAL:
Akufo-Addo mourns the death of President Mills
Thursday, July 26 2012

Whilst on a campaign tour of the Evalue Gwira constituency in the Western Region this afternoon, I heard the sad news of the death of the President of the Republic, H E Prof John Evans Atta Mills.

N JUABEN:
ER records reduction in crime cases
Thursday, July 26 2012

Eastern regional Minister, Victor Smith has expressed hope that the relative peace in the region would be nurtured and improved upon to enable meaningful development to take place.

SOCIAL:
Service Commanders renew allegiance to Mahama
Thursday, July 26 2012

The service commanders led by the Chief of Defence Staff Lieutenant –General Peter Augustine Blay have pledged full allegiance to their new Commander-in-Chief and President of the country, John Mahama at a meeting in the Castle.

K NANKANA W:
Works almost accomplished on Kayoro electricity delivery
Thursday, July 26 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Kassena Nankana East District Assembly, Thomas Dalu Addah has assured that efforts to get Kayoro, a community within the district connected to the national grid will be accomplished very soon in the area.

POLITICS:
NDC endorses President Mahama as flagbearer
Thursday, July 26 2012

The National Executive Council of ruling National Democratic Congress has endorsed President John Dramani Mahama as the party’s candidate for the December general elections.

OFFINSO S:
Offinso to be transformed into a modern Municipality
Thursday, July 26 2012

The Municipal Chief executive for Offinso South in the Ashanti Region, Mr. Baffour Amankwah Kesse has revealed to Ghanadisitricts.com that a number of initiatives are being adopted to make the area a modern municipality.

ABURA:
DCE to cut sod for commencement of new projects
Thursday, July 26 2012

The District Chief Executive for the Abura Asebu Kwamankese, William Ata-Mends will tomorrow cut sod for the construction of new projects in the area.

AJUMAKO:
Essiam suspends Festival to mourn Prez. Mills
Thursday, July 26 2012

“I was in state of shock when I received the information about the demise of the President of the Republic, Prof. John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills, as I was returning from Accra to my district".

ELLEMBELE:
NDC Executives mourn with Ghanaians
Thursday, July 26 2012

The Ellembelle Constituency Executives of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) on Thursday said it received the news of the demise of President John Evans Atta Mills with shock and deep regret.

SOCIAL:
Better Ghana Forum mourns Ex. President Mills
Thursday, July 26 2012

It is with heavy heart that we, Better Ghana Forum(BGF), express our deepest condolence to the family of the late President Prof. J.E.A. Mills, the people of the Republic of Ghana and the NDC party at large.

SOCIAL:
University of Ghana morns President Mills
Friday, July 27 2012

The University of Ghana has expressed their condolences to the people of Ghana, Mrs Naadu Mills and the entire family of the Late President JEA Mills.

HEALTH:
GHS develops strategic plan for adolescent health
Friday, July 27 2012

Ghana Health Service (GHS) has developed a National Strategic Plan for Adolescents and a monitoring tools document to help address the uncharacteristic health needs of young people in the country.

AGRICULTURE:
WFP donates cars to MoFA, Drugs Board
Friday, July 27 2012

The World Food Programme (WFP), presented two cars to the Ministry of Agriculture and the Food and Drugs (FDB) Board to support the various projects undertaken by both bodies, in Accra.

SOCIAL:
National Paramount Queen Mother’s console Dr Naadu Mills
Friday, July 27 2012

The National Paramount Queens Mother’s Association of Ghana has expressed sympathy and deepest condolence to Dr. Ernestina Naadu Mills on the death on President John Atta Mills.

POLITICS:
EC boss wants limit for counstituencies
Friday, July 27 2012

The Electoral Commissioner, Dr. Kwadwo Afari Gyan says there is the need to put a cap on the number of constituencies created in the country.

SOCIAL:
Be humble like Mills; Otumfuo counsels Mahama
Friday, July 27 2012

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu has urged President Mahama to govern in humility as his predecessor did.

 

BOLGA:
New market complex to take off soon
Friday, July 27 2012

Plans are far advanced in the construction of a new market complex for Bolga and its surrounding environs.

N JUABEN:
E/R receives over 40 health projects
Friday, July 27 2012

The Eastern Region has over the last three and a half years recorded about 40 health projects from government at the total cost of GHs2.65million.

THLD:
Assemblyman calls for more Kindergarten facilities
Friday, July 27 2012

The stressful routine of 6-7km trekking every morning by school kids to school from Kokwado, a village in the Wamaso East electoral area, under the newly created Twifo-Atimokwa district in the Central region has become a worry to some concerned residents.

POLITICS:
Wulensi,Kwabre West by-elections on hold
Friday, July 27 2012

The Human Rights Court in Accra has placed an injunction on the Electoral Commission from holding the Wulensi and Kwabre West by-elections.

AKUAPIM N:
More towns need electricity to access ICT
Friday, July 27 2012

Chief Executive of the Akuapem North Municipal Assembly, George Opare Addo said the people of the municipality would have wished for more communities to be connected to the national electricity grid.

BONGO:
Zorkor gets Police post
Friday, July 27 2012

The Bongo District Assembly has managed to finally complete works on the Police post scheduled for Zorkor, a community within the district.

KINTAMPO N:
25 boreholes for deprived communities
Friday, July 27 2012

In a bid to improve potable water supply in deprived areas, the Kintampo North Municipal Assembly in collaboration with the Government of Ghana has funded the construction of 25 mechanised boreholes for residents.

AHANTA W:
Enmokawo school gets new classroom block
Friday, July 27 2012

School of Enmokawo Primary School in the Ahanta West District of the Western Region have been provided with a befitting 3-unit classroom block after several years of studying under a dilapidated structure.

ATEBUBU A:
Gov’t moves to address cholera menace
Friday, July 27 2012

Government is to release an amount of GHS 160,000 to replace worn out pipelines of the Atebubu water system.

BAWKU M:
MP convicted
Friday, July 27 2012

The New Patriotic Party Member of Parliament for Bawku Central Adamu Dramani Sakande has been convicted by the Supreme Court.

SOCIAL:
Parliament consoles former First Lady- Naadu Mills
Saturday, July 28 2012

The Leadership of Parliament has paid former First Lady Ernestina Naadu Mills to console her over the dead of her husband former President Atta Mills who died 24 July 2012.

SOCIAL:
Late Prez Mills to be buried on August 10
Saturday, July 28 2012

The State funeral of the late President John Evans Atta Mills will take place in Accra from Wednesday August 8 to Friday August 10, 2012, a statement from the office of the President said.

SOCIAL:
COCOBOD mourns President John Evans Atta Mills
Saturday, July 28 2012

The Board, Management and Staff of COCOBOD are still in a state of shock following the untimely death of the President of the Republic of Ghana, H.E. Prof. John Evans Atta Mills at the 37 Military Hospital on Tuesday 24th July, 2012.

ATEBUBU:
Flood victims supported
Saturday, July 28 2012

The Atebubu-Amantin District Assembly has presented 200 sleeping mats and a number of flashlights to 97 flood victims at Nyomoase in the Brong Ahafo Region.

SOCIAL:
WAEC releases B.E.C.E. provisional results
Saturday, July 28 2012

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) last Wednesday announced the release of the provisional results of the April 2012 Basic Education Certificate Examination (B.E.C.E.).

KWAHU W:
Cocoa farmers receive hybrid seedlings
Saturday, July 28 2012

About 542 cocoa farmers in the Kwahu West Municipality have been provided with 321,695 hybrid cocoa seedlings.

STMA:
W/R RCC to open Book Of Condolence from Monday
Saturday, July 28 2012

The Western Regional Coordinating Council will open a Book of Condolence from Monday, July 30 to August 3 in honour of Ghana’s late President J.E.A.Mills

AMA:
President Mills to be buried at Flagstaff House
Sunday, July 29 2012

Late President J.A MillsThe late President Mills will be buried at the Flagstaff Staff House, Accra, this is according to the Minister of Communications, Haruna Iddrisu.

SOCIAL:
PreZ Mahama mourns with Atta-Mills family at Nkanfoa
Sunday, July 29 2012

President John Dramani Mahama on Saturday paid a glowing tribute amidst tears to his predecessor, the late President Professor John Evans Atta-Mills describing him as a man of faith who was “firm, humble and tolerant.”

SUNYANI:
Modern clinic inaugurated at Abesim
Sunday, July 29 2012

A multi million Ghana cedi clinic with two modern state-of-the-art-theaters was at the weekend inaugurated at Abesim in the Sunyani Municipality to enhance quality healthcare delivery in the municipality.

ASSIN N:
Cocoa farmers advised to use prescribed insecticides
Monday, July 30 2012

Mr George Okyere, a Senior Quality Control Manager of the Quality Control Company, has urged cocoa farmers to desist from using unapproved insecticides on their farms to control cocoa diseases.

 

EDUCATION:
GMA is still relevant in the society - Alhaji Sayyed
Monday, July 30 2012

Alhaji Zagoon-Sayeed Haruna, a Senior Researcher at the Ghana Muslim Academy (GMA), has said the Academy is still relevant in the promotion of education and educating Muslims in Ghana.

W AKIM:
Zongo community appeals for concrete drain
Monday, July 30 2012

The Zongo community at Asamankese in the West Akim Municipality has expressed gratitude to the municipal assembly for their timely intervention in dredging the main gutter that passed through the community.

SOCIAL:
Prez. Mills’ burial place still undecided
Monday, July 30 2012

The burial place of late President John Evans Atta Mills is yet to be decided contrary to earlier reports that the President would be buried at the Flagstaff House.

SOCIAL:
Address all funeral enquiries for President Millls to State Protocol
Monday, July 30 2012

The Chief of Staff, Mr Henry Martey Newman has directed that all enquiries concerning arrangements for the State Funeral of His Excellency Professor John Evans Atta Mills should be addressed to the office of the Director of State Protocol at the State House in Accra.   

SOCIAL:
Aglow mourns Late Prez Mills
Monday, July 30 2012

Ghanaians have been urged to strengthen their faith in God in these painful moments and look up to Him for solace. It urged Ghanaians to be in prayer and reflect on the sovereignty of God in these difficult times.

BONGO:
Community radio project soon to be accomplished
Monday, July 30 2012

The building of a community radio station in Bongo district to assist further community development is soon to be accomplished this year.

BUSINESS:
RANA motors to distribute Dunlop tyres
Monday, July 30 2012

Rana Motors is to market Dunlop tyres in Ghana under a partnership agreement with Dunlop a subsidiary of Apollo Tyres South Africa (Pty) Ltd.

SEKYERE C:
Kwamang North need speed ramps
Monday, July 30 2012

Mr. Emmanuel K. Amoako, Assemblyman for Kwamang North Electoral Area in the Sekyere Central District in the Ashanti region is appealing to government to help mount speed ramps on their roads to check reckless driving.

ASIKUMA B:
15 communities to be connected to national grid
Monday, July 30 2012

Mrs. Georgina Nkrumah Aboah, the Chief Executive of the Asikuma/ Odoben/ Brakwa District in the Central Region has emphasized that government has step-up efforts to ensure the connection of deprived communities to the national grid.

YILO K:
Committee presents report on MHIS
Monday, July 30 2012

A three member committee charged to investigate the operation and activities of the Yilo Krobo Mutual Health Insurance Scheme and suggest possible recommendations to help improve the scheme has put forward four recommendations to help improve the fortunes of the scheme.

WA:
MA Love Foundation donates incubator to Wa Hospital
Monday, July 30 2012

The founder of MA Love Foundation, Reverend Mike Nii Abossey has donated an incubator, worth GHc37,000, to the Wa Regional Hospital at a short ceremony at the hospital.

SOCIAL:
Govt directs minute’s silence for Prez Mills On Tuesday at 2:15 pm
Monday, July 30 2012

In honour of President John Evans Atta Mills, the government directs that all should observe a minute’s silence on Tuesday, 31st July, 2012 at 2:15pm (14:15 GMT).

DANGME E:
Anyakpor-Adedekye Korpe to be connected to electricity
Monday, July 30 2012

Anyakpor Adedekye Korpe, an electoral area in the Dangme East District in the Greater Accra Region will very soon by connected to the National Power Grid for them to also enjoy the national cake from that part of the region.

EDUCATION:
WAEC withholds 5,252 BECE results
Monday, July 30 2012

The results of some 5,252 candidates out of the total number of students who sat for the 2012 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) have been withheld by the West African Examination Council (WAEC) pending investigations into various examination malpractices.

SOCIAL:
Nana Konadu signs Mills’ Book of Condolence
Monday, July 30 2012

Former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings on Monday signed the Book of Condolence opened in memory of the late President John Evans Atta Mills at the State House in Accra.

SOCIAL:
NUGS mourns Prez Mills
Monday, July 30 2012

STATEMENT OF THE NATIONAL UNION OF GHANA STUDENTS (NUGS) ON THE SUDDEN DEATH OF H.E. PRESIDENT PROFESSOR JOHN ATTA MILLS

SOCIAL:
CIA-GH sends condelence message
Monday, July 30 2012

MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE – LATE PRESIDENT J.E.A. MILLS
FROM THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS-GHANA (ICAG)

SOCIAL:
Save your liver foundation suspends commemoration of World Hepatitis Day
Monday, July 30 2012

Save Your Liver Foundation (SYLiF), the first- of- its- kind liver health centered NGO in Ghana and sub-Saharan Africa and a member of the World Hepatitis Alliance has suspended its much anticipated event to mark this year’s world Hepatitis Day at the international Press Centre in Accra on the 28th of July, 2012 as a mark of reverence for the departed President, His Excellency J.E.A Mills.

SOCIAL:
Judiciary to name court complex after Mills
Tuesday, July 31 2012

The Chief Justice, Mrs Justice Georgina Theodora Wood, has described the late President John Evans Atta Mills as a true democrat who respected the independence of the Judiciary and worked to promote it.

POLITICS:
Ghana’s foreign policy remains unchanged - Prez Mahama
Tuesday, July 31 2012

President John Dramani Mahama has assured the international community that there will be no change in Ghana’s foreign policy following the death of Professor John Evans Atta Mills.

POLITICS:
Prez Mahama commits to build a more inclusive nation
Tuesday, July 31 2012

President John Mahama is promising to build a nation which will be all-inclusive with unity being the hallmark.

CRIME:
Togolese Pastor arrested with cocaine
Tuesday, July 31 2012

A Togolese pastor was last Sunday arrested at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in Accra by officials of the Narcotic Control Board (NACOB) for concealing 4.2 kilogrammes of cocaine in Lollipop toffees.

SOCIAL:
Ghanaians to observe a minute silence at 2:15 pm today for Prez Mills
Tuesday, July 31 2012

Today marks exactly one week of the demise of the late President J.E.A. Mills and Ghanaians across the world are reminded to observe a minute silence at 2:15 pm in honour of him.

SAWLA:
Assembly opens tender for two new dams
Tuesday, July 31 2012

The Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District Assembly has opened tender for the award of contract to construct at least two dams which will assist enhancing agric related activities in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district.

YILO K:
Hunger Project-Ghana assists 4 centres
Tuesday, July 31 2012

Municipal Chief Executive of the Yilo Krobo Municipality, Andrews Sodah has disclosed that the Hunger Project-Ghana (THP-GH) has granted an amount of US$25,000.00 to each of the four (4) Epicenters constructed in the municipality.

AKYEMANSA:
Residents embrace Prez Mills’ 1 week celebration
Tuesday, July 31 2012

District Chief Executive for the Akyemansa District Assembly, Tom Budu has expressed delight in the support given by indigenes of the district towards the organization of the One week celebration of the Late President John Evans Atta Mills.

HO:
E.P Church to build chapel in memory of President Mills
Tuesday, July 31 2012

Evangelical Presbyterian (E.P) Church, Mawuli Estate, is to build a chapel in memory of the late President John Evans Atta Mills.

ASSIN S:
Assembly observes Prez Mills 1 week of demise
Tuesday, July 31 2012

Activities in the Assin south District has been brought to a standstill as most people have joined the one-week celebration of the late President, Professor J.E.A. Mills who died on Tuesday, 24 July, 2012 at the 37 Military Hospital. 

KMA:
“Emulate the good works of Prez Mills” – Mayor
Tuesday, July 31 2012

The Mayor of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, Samuel Sarpong has advised Ghanaians to emulate the good works of the Late President Mills.

SOCIAL:
Ghanaians observe 1 week of Prez Mills’ death
Tuesday, July 31 2012

It was a moment of mourning across the country as Ghanaians clad in black and white observed a solem moment for the soul of our departed President J.E.A Mills who passed away exactly a week ago.

AMA:
Rally behind me Prez Mahama tells youth
Tuesday, July 31 2012

President John Mahama has called on the youth of Ghana to rally behind him and the current government in order to move the country to another level.

AMA:
“Forgive and Forget” - Mahama
Tuesday, July 31 2012

The President of the Republic of Ghana, John Mahama has called on all and sundry with any bad intentions against the late president and the NDC government as a whole to forgive and forget to enable the country forge forward for accelerated development.

CONFIRMED:
Prez Mills to be buried at Flagstaff House
Tuesday, July 31 2012

Ghanadistricts.com can confirm that the late former President John Evans Atta-Mills will be buried at the Flagstaff House at exactly near the residence of the former President Doctor Kwame Nkrumah.

SOCIAL:
UTAG-UG expresses condolence over demise of President Mills
Tuesday, July 31 2012

The University of Ghana Branch (UTAG–UG) of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), expresses its condolence to the wife, family and the entire nation on the sudden death of the President of the Republic of Ghana, H. E. Professor John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills.

TAMALE:
OLAM to assist farmers with 30,000 metric tons of fertilizer
Tuesday, July 31 2012

OLAM Ghana Limited (OGL), a subsidiary of OLAM International, has imported 30,000 metric tons of fertilizers to support the Fertilizer Subsidy Programme (FSP) of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA).

AGRICULTURE:
Ahwoi predicts bumper food harvest this year
Tuesday, July 31 2012

Ghana is likely to record a bumper harvest this year following the favourable weather conditions and timely planting of seedlings.   

WA:
U/W marks seventh day of Mills death with prayers
Tuesday, July 31 2012

People from all walks of life in the Upper West Region marked the seventh day of President John Evans Atta Mills’ death with inter-denominational prayers and thanksgiving at the forecourt of the Regional Coordinating Council in Wa.

POLITICS:
Amissah Arthur is Vice president
Tuesday, July 31 2012

Central Bank Governor, Mr Kwesi Amissah Arthur has been confirmed as the Vice to President Mahama.