SEKYERE A P:
Work on essential school block set to commence
Wednesday, September 30 2015

A new school block to provide adequate classroom space for students and teachers of the Saabrewa Primary and Junior High School (JHS) in the Sekyere Afram Plains District is set to commence.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
Indicted judges must be investigated fairly – Mahama
Wednesday, September 30 2015

President John Dramani Mahama says judges who were implicated in the judicial corruption scandal should be subjected to a fair trial.

S DAYI:
Deputy Minister launches LEAP programme
Wednesday, September 30 2015

Some thirty-seven households in the South Dayi District in the Volta Region have been enrolled into the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) programme.

New Juaben
ready to go to the polls today
Tuesday, September 01 2015

A survey conducted by the Information Services Department shows that the New Juaben Municipality is ready to go to the polls today to elect the assemblymen and unit committee members. 

ECONOMICS:
Ghanaian SMEs receive USD4 million training boost
Tuesday, September 01 2015

Invest in Africa, a private sector initiative that brings together leading companies across sectors to work with local enterprises, has launched a USD 4 million training programme for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs).

ADA E:
Faithkope gets nurses’ quarters
Tuesday, September 01 2015

The Ghana Social Opportunity Programme, (GSOP) in collaboration with the Ada East District Assembly in the Greater Accra Region has constructed new nurses’ quarters to accommodate some nurses in the area.

SOCIAL:
All set for District level elections
Tuesday, September 01 2015

All is set for the District Level and Unit Committee elections to begin in all electoral areas in the country today.

POLITICS:
Ghanaians vote in district level election
Tuesday, September 01 2015

Voting is underway at various polling stations across the country in the district level elections.

N JUABEN:
ER Minister satisfied with conduct of election
Tuesday, September 01 2015

The Eastern Regional Minister, Mr. Antwi Boasieko Sekyere as expressed satisfaction about the smooth manner in which the district level election is being carried out in the region.

AKATSI N:
DCE welcomes peaceful conduct of election
Tuesday, September 01 2015

The district Chief Executive of the Akatsi South District, Mr. James Gunu has welcomed the good working relations between the Assembly and the district Electoral Commission that has led to the peaceful conduct of the district level elections in the district.

EDUCATION:
Conversion of polytechnics into Universities not a rebranding exercise - Deputy Minister
Wednesday, September 02 2015

Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Deputy Minister of Education in charge of Tertiary Education, has said   the conversion of the 10 polytechnics into technical universities was not a re-branding activity.

N JUABEN:
Help develop New Juaben Municipality-MCE
Wednesday, September 02 2015

The New Juaben Municipal Chief Executive; Dr. Kwaku Owusu Acheampong has called on all public-private investors to come and partner with the Municipality to achieve its development goals. 

SOCIAL:
IMF endorses government’s stance on job-freeze
Wednesday, September 02 2015

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has encouraged government to continue its firm stance on containing the wage bill within the budget constraints amidst a worsening employment regime and renewed pressure from labour unions.

EJURA S:
Tigo Ghana gives Hiawoanwu School facelift
Wednesday, September 02 2015

Pupils of Hiawoanwu are utterly delighted following Tigo Ghana’s “Shelter 4 Education” project which gave the community a well-furnished six-unit classroom block.

Aowin:
Aowin Assembly constructs more institutional latrins
Wednesday, September 02 2015

The Aowin District Assembly in the Western Region is making progress in its efforts at providing improved places of convenience for schools in the district.

AMENFI C:
New Teachers’ Accommodation Block nears completion
Wednesday, September 02 2015

Work is nearing completion on a 3-Unit Teachers’ Accommodation Block for the Agona Camp D/C Primary School in the Amenfi Central District in the Western Region.

BUILSA N:
Assembly rehabilitates 3 dams
Wednesday, September 02 2015

The Builsa North District Assembly has moved to rehabilitate three dams in the area as part of measures to ensuring a boost in agriculture production in the district.

AMA:
I am no more a US citizen – Accra Mayor
Wednesday, September 02 2015

Accra Mayor, Alfred Oko Vanderpuije has revealed that he has dropped his US citizenship effective Monday, August 31.

ENERGY:
100 percent tariff increase based on high cost of operation – ECG
Wednesday, September 02 2015

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has said the constant depreciation of the cedi is the main reason they are  asking for  a 100 percent increment in tariffs.

ATEBUBU:
CBE project holds second graduation
Thursday, September 03 2015

Actionaid Ghana and its partner SODIA in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service have held a second graduation ceremony for 508 beneficiaries of the Complimentary Basic Education CBE project in Atebubu.

BIRIM N:
Deputy ER Minister picks form to contest Abirem primaries
Thursday, September 03 2015

Madam Mavis Ama Frimpong, the Eastern Regional Deputy Minister has picked form to contest the parliamentary primaries on the ticket of the ruling National Democratic congress in the Abirem Constituency.

AMENFI E:
“Asundua” CHPS Compound completed
Tuesday, September 08 2015

The Amenfi East District Assembly has completed another Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) Compound at Asundua to improve healthcare in the area.

AFIGYA K:
DCE optimistic about completion of assembly block next year
Thursday, September 03 2015

Mr. Oppong Kyekyeku, District Chief Executive of the Afigya Kwabre District has expressed optimistic that by next year the District Assembly complex under construction would be roofed.

ASANTE A S:
Assembly builds GHs 198,802 CHPS compound
Thursday, September 03 2015

The Asante-Akim South District Assembly is building a GH¢ 192,802 Community Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compound at Yaw-Barimah, a predominantly cocoa and food crop growing village to provide the people access to quality healthcare.

SOCIAL:
President Mahama picks nomination forms today
Thursday, September 03 2015

President John Mahama will today [Thursday], pick up his nomination forms to contest the presidential slot of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC).

ASUTIFI N:
Deputy Minister calls for support for national sanitation day
Thursday, September 03 2015

The Deputy Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Hon. Nii Lantey Vanderpuye (MP), has commended staff of the Asutifi North District Assembly in the Brong Ahafo region for their dedication to duty by accepting postings to work in areas other than their home towns.

SABOBA:
Returning officer expresses delight about conduct of poll
Thursday, September 03 2015

The Returning Officer for the Saboba District Assembly Elections, Mr. Wassah Ntaadi has expressed his joy and happiness about the conduct of this year’s District Assembly Elections in the District.

MPOHOR:
Work on new admin block still ongoing- DCE
Thursday, September 03 2015

Work on the ultra-modern administration block for the Mpohor District Assembly in the Western Region is still on course, District Chief Executive (DCE) for the assembly, Anthony Bassaw has revealed.

HO W:
Mathew Atsrim wins Awlime-Todze elections
Thursday, September 03 2015

Mr. Mathew Mensah Atsrim has been re-elected as Assembly Member for Awlime-Todze Electoral Area in the Ho West District in the Volta Region.

ASIKUMA:
Ghanaians cautioned against poor ear management-Dr-Nyadu Offei
Friday, September 04 2015

Dr. Yaw Nyadu Offei, an audiologist and the Head of Centre for Hearing and Speech Services (CHSS) at the Department of Special Education of the University of Education, Winneba, has advised Ghanaians to abstain from self-medication and use of  unapproved drugs that could affect the hear organ.

AKATSI N:
Five Assembly Members re-elected
Friday, September 04 2015

All five former assembly members who contested for re-election in the district level election last Tuesday in the Akatsi North District in the Volta Region have retained their positions.

KETA:
USD 6 million health boost for 3 Assemblies in VR
Friday, September 04 2015

Three Assemblies from the southern part of the Volta Region would see significant improvement in the health sector from a six billion US dollar loan facility from the Korean Axim Bank.

AGONA E:
Elderly at Agona East registered for Eban card
Friday, September 04 2015

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has registered and screened about 600 elder people at Akwakwaa in the Agona East District for the “Eban” elderly welfare card.

ECONOMICS:
Analysis: Cedi appreciation could reduce cost of living
Friday, September 04 2015

The Ghana cedi continuous to appreciate against the US dollar on the interbank market. Over the past five days the local currency has recorded some substantial gains against the dollar.

GA E:
Community Hospital offer free health screening for children
Friday, September 04 2015

Hundreds of children in the Dome-Kwabenya community in the Ga East Municipality are expected to receive free health screening to help diagnose them of all kinds of diseases.

SECURITY:
Police release 23 soldiers held over Kasoa demolition assaults
Saturday, September 05 2015

The twenty three soldiers who were earlier today detained over the violent demolition exercise which led to the death of one person in Kasoa have been released.

SOCIAL:
Public roads to be closed in Accra
Saturday, September 05 2015

Ahead of the maiden International marathon to hit the capital city, major roads will temporarily be blocked for the Millennium Marathon race scheduled for today September 5, at the Independence Square, Accra.

SPORTS:
Andre Ayew to captain Black Stars against Rwanda
Saturday, September 05 2015

Inform Swansea City midfielder Andre Dede Ayew, is set to lead the Black Stars when they take on the Amavubi of Rwanda following Asamoah Gyan’s [substantive captain] fitness issues.

 

 

HEALTH:
1000 Nsawam prison inmates get free NHIA cards
Sunday, September 06 2015

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection in collaboration with the National Health Insurance Authority has freely registered 1000 inmates of the Nsawam Medium Security Prison under the National Health Insurance Scheme.

SECURITY:
Police arrest 3 over Eastern Region shrine shooting incident
Sunday, September 06 2015

The Eastern Region Police have arrested three people for their roles in the shooting incident that killed two people at the Obuotabiri shrine on Friday.

DUMSOR:
GNPC issues USD50m guarantee for power barges
Sunday, September 06 2015

The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) has issued half of the USD100 million guarantee required to provide financial security for two emergency power barges to be dispatched from Turkey to the country next month.

ASUTIFI N:
Paramount Chief of Kenyasi No.1 tasks Politicians to Put Ghana First
Monday, September 07 2015

Almost  all business activities and vehicular movements came to a halt in most communities in the Asutifi North District in Brong Ahafo Region as residents came out in their numbers to participate in the National Sanitation Day (NSD) exercise which the region was the host.

AMANSIE W:
Church of Jesus Christ Later Day Saints provides water to 11 communities
Monday, September 07 2015

The church of Jesus Christ of Later day saints has provide boreholes to eleven communities at a ceremony held at Manso Suntreso in the Amansie West District of Ashanti Region at the cost of 320,000.00.

ASOKORE M:
Gender Ministry registers aged into emergency LEAP/NHIS
Monday, September 07 2015

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection and the National Health Insurance Authority have organised free NHIS registration for Five Hundred and thirty (530) aged in the Asokore Mampong Municipal Assembly.

ASOKORE M:
End sexual and gender violence now-MCE
Tuesday, September 08 2015

The Municipal Chief Executive, Alhaji Nurudeeen Hamidan has urged couples to solve their relationship issues amicably rather than resorting to violence.

ASUNAFO S:
Send-off service for Rev. E. K. Nyarko
Tuesday, September 08 2015

A send-off and thanksgiving service has been held in honour of Rev. Emmanuel Kwame Nyarko, immediate past District Minister of the Kukuom District of the Presbyterian Church in the Brong Ahafo.

BOLGATANGA:
MMDAs urged to deliver to compliment health care
Tuesday, September 08 2015

Dr  Ebenezer Appiah  Denkyirah, Director-General of the  Ghana Health Service, has said  community health care delivery  required  the full compliments of   Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs), to achieve quality health care  delivery for all.

POLITICS:
2016 will be one-touch victory for NDC – Mahama
Tuesday, September 08 2015

President John Mahama has said he will do everything possible to ensure a one-touch victory for the NDC in the 2016 elections.

EDUCATION:
Minister presents teaching materials to basic schools
Tuesday, September 08 2015

The Ministry of Education has presented learning and teaching materials to the basic schools across the country in preparation towards the re-opening of schools for the 2015/2016 academic year.

GA W:
Pabieman pleads for good roads
Monday, September 07 2015

Nii Pabie I, Chief of Pabieman in the Ga West Municipality, has called on the government to renovate the deplorable road linking Nsawam to communities in the Domeabra-Obom Constituency.

KMA:
Assembly to decongest Central Business District today
Monday, September 07 2015

KMA will be demolition structures at the Central Business District today

HEALTH:
15 Egyptian doctors in Ghana to support healthcare
Monday, September 07 2015

15 doctors have been dispatched to Ghana by the Egyptian Agency of Partnership Development of the Arab Republic of Egypt to support health care delivery.

SOCIAL:
Nigeria’s Buhari visits Accra Monday
Monday, September 07 2015

Nigeria’s Muhammadu Buhari is expected in Accra on Monday for a one-day working visit.

AMENFI C:
DCE pledges support for self-help projects
Monday, September 07 2015

The District Chief Executive for Amenfi Central District, Mr. Peter Yaw Kwame-Ackah has announced the distribution of 1000 bags of cement and 200 packets of roofing sheets to help offer additional support to communities with plans and ideas commence any developmental project.

MPOHOR:
Assembly completes GHs 110,000.00 Wiredukrom CHPS compound
Monday, September 07 2015

The Amenfi Central District Assembly has completed another Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) Compound for residents of Wiredukrom, worth GHs 110,000.00.

SOCIAL:
2,000 service personnel deployed to sanitation sector
Monday, September 07 2015

The National Service Secretariat has deployed about 2,000 service personnel to serve under the Urban Sanitation Module.

BUILSA N:
Assembly yearns to improve transportation
Tuesday, September 08 2015

As part of efforts to facilitate easy transportation of farm produce in the area, the Builsa North District assembly with funding from the Ghana Social Opportunities Project (GSOP) has rehabilitated the 5.6kilometer Sandema-Balansa road.

N JUABEN:
National Sanitation Day at Oyoko
Tuesday, September 08 2015

The Chiefs and people of Oyoko in the New Juaben Municipality on Saturday 5th September, 2015 took turn in the just ended 10th National Sanitation Exercise to clean up choked gutters, sweep the streets and weed bushy areas.

SEFWI W:
MCE distributes school uniforms
Tuesday, September 08 2015

Municipal Chief Executive for Sefwi-Wiawso in the Western Region, Mr. L. A. Santana today distributed about nine hundred (900) pieces of uniforms to students of some selected schools in the area.

AWUTU S
D/A JHS upgraded
Tuesday, September 08 2015

Madam Sun Baohong, Chinese Ambassador in Ghana, on Friday broke the ground for construction work to begin on a new three-storey expansion project to upgrade the Awutu /Senya West District Assembly Junior High School (JHS) at Awutu-Beraku.

Asokore Mampong
gets Community Day SHS
Wednesday, September 09 2015

The Municipal Chief Executive, Alhaji Nurudeen Hamidan has promised that schools within the Municipal will be renovated by the year 2017 to enable all children of school going age access quality education under good hygienic conditions.

PRESIDENCY:
Mahama off to Berlin for Forum on Africa
Wednesday, September 09 2015

President John Mahama has arrived in Berlin, Germany, to attend the 15th International Economic Forum on Africa, which opens tomorrow, Wednesday.

SOCIAL:
Anas expose: Judges have collapsed, some are trying to resign
Wednesday, September 09 2015

Legal practitioner Samson Lardy Ayenini has disclosed that some judges in the country have collapsed and have been rushed to the hospital following an expose by investigative journalist Anas Arimeyaw Anas.

ASUTIFI N:
DCE calls for more investment in education
Wednesday, September 09 2015

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Asutifi North District in the Brong Ahafo Region, Mr. Eric Addae has made a passionate appeal to parents and guardians to invest more resources in the provision of quality education for children in the area.

KETA:
Keta Municipal Assembly allocates land for beach soccer
Wednesday, September 09 2015

Top Ghana beach soccer championship club, Sunset Sports-Keta has announced plans to develop a beach soccer arena in Keta.

KRACHI W:
10 km phase I of Kete Krachi-Dambai road complete
Wednesday, September 09 2015

Progress is being made in efforts at improving road transport in the Krachi West District in the Volta Region.

BIRIM N:
DCE breaks ground for Kuntenase-Teimuni CHPS centre
Wednesday, September 09 2015

After a long wait, the Birim North District Assembly in the Eastern region has given hope to the people of Kuntenase-Teimuni to have easy access to health delivery.

KRACHI N:
Do not deny children education-DCE urges parents
Wednesday, September 09 2015

Parents have been advised to desist from denying their children access to formal education.

TANO S:
Deputy Minister of LGRD visits Tano South
Wednesday, September 09 2015

The Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Hon. Edwin Nii Lante Vanderpuye has paid a one day working visit to the Tano Sotuh District of the Brong Ahafo Region to interact with Nananoom, District Assembly Staff and Security Agencies on the way forward for the September 2015 version of the National Sanitation Day to be celebrated in the Brong Ahafo Region.

KMA:
KMA to invest more resources in education
Thursday, September 10 2015

The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) has pledged to invest more resources to create the right environment for teaching and learning in schools.

BOSOME F:
DCE Pledges Support for Education
Thursday, September 10 2015

The District Chief Executive for Bosome Freho, Hon. Kwame Adarkwah has reiterated his unflinching support for the education sector in the district.

KRACHI E:
Commuters fume over poor MMT operations
Thursday, September 10 2015

Some residents and commuters of Dambai in the Krachi East District of the Volta Region are facing the challenges of what they described as a complete “abuse of the Road Safety Regulatory Act by the drivers and conductors of the Metro Mass Transit Limited (MMT) buses operating from Accra to the area.

AMA:
I want to die with my beard – Accra Mayor
Thursday, September 10 2015

Accra Mayor Alfred Oko Vanderpuije has revealed a stern warning he has given his family not to shave off his beard when he dies.

SOCIAL:
Chief Justice cracks whip: 22 ‘corrupt’ judges suspended
Thursday, September 10 2015

22 judges implicated in the judicial corruption scandal have been suspended by the Judicial Council as the Chief Justice Georgina Theodora Woode orders investigations into the matter.

SEKYERE A P:
Assembly to commence work on sch block
Thursday, September 10 2015

The Sekyere Afram Plains district Assembly is on the verge of putting up a new six-classroom unit block for the pupils of Saabrewa Primary School.

BIA E:
DCE joins pupils to mark “My First Day at School”
Thursday, September 10 2015

Mr. Kwame Twumasi Ankray, the District Chief Executive for Bia East on Tuesday presented pens, pencils, exercise books and biscuit to pupils in some basic schools to mark “My First Day at School”.

ECONOMIC:
Finance ministry rejects end of year cedi performance projections
Thursday, September 10 2015

A deputy Minister of Finance Mona Quartey has rejected assertions that the country’s currency will end the year at about 6 cedis to the dollar.

JUABOSO:
New entrants mark “My first day at school” with DCE, others
Thursday, September 10 2015

The District Chief Executive (DCE), Mr. Kingsley Asoa-Apimah in the company of some officials of the Juaboso South District Assembly on Tuesday visited some primary schools in the District  to mark “my first day at school” with 2015/2016 new entrants.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
Indicted judges in crunch meeting with CJ, Anas
Thursday, September 10 2015

Ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has joined all the 34 Judges implicated in the judicial corruption scandal in a crunch meeting with the Chief Justice, Georgina Theodora Wood as judicial inquiry into the matter begins.

AMANSIE C:
DCE welcomes pupils to school
Friday, September 11 2015

Pupils of Methodist Primary School at Jacobu, the District capital expressed joy and happiness to host the District Chief Executive, Mr. Emmanuel Dede Appiah for his prompt delivery of various promises he makes in his quest to encourage school pupils to go to school and stay in  class.

KRACHI E:
More school blocks completed
Friday, September 11 2015

The Krachi East District Assembly in the Volta Region has completed two new classroom blocks for two communities in the district.

GOMOA W:
Work progresses on Eshiem Clinic
Friday, September 11 2015

Residents of Eshiem in the Gomoa West District would soon forget their long sufferings of accessing health care following the construction of a clinic in the area.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
Naming and shaming corrupt judges not enough
Friday, September 11 2015

The Minority Spokesperson on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Joe Osei Wusu says naming and shaming of the judges who were caught on camera taking bribes will not be enough.

SOCIAL:
Passport application to go online soon
Friday, September 11 2015

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will by the end of this year, begin online application for passports.

HEALTH:
MOH Inaugurates Technical Committee to review NHIS
Friday, September 11 2015

The Ministry of Health has tasked a seven-member technical committee to review the current status of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) and propose options for its reform.

BIRIM NORTH:
Minister joins “my first day at school” celebration
Friday, September 11 2015

As part of encouraging and motivating fresh school going pupils for their early childhood education as well as increasing enrollment and retaining them in schools the government has mark a day to grace their first day in school, named “My First Day At School” Celebration.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
22 judges get ‘exclusive’ viewing
Friday, September 11 2015

Some judges implicated in the corruption scandal at the Judicial Service have been given an exclusive viewing of their acts on camera.

NKWANTA N:
Assembly makes stride in infrastructure improvement
Friday, September 11 2015

The Nkwanta North District Assembly has made stride in efforts at addressing accommodation challenges of its officers.

TRANSPORTATION:
Rapid Bus system to begin in November – Minister
Saturday, September 12 2015

Mrs Dzifa Attivor, Minister of Transport, says all is set for the introduction of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) services to complement the work of the State Transport Company and the Metro Mass Transit Limited.

SOCIAL:
7 million Ghanaians to enjoy potable water next year — Mahama
Saturday, September 12 2015

President John Mahama has stated that seven million Ghanaians would enjoy potable water by the close of next year under a water expansion project.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
CJ denies discharging judges; Judicial Council names ’bribed’ judges
Saturday, September 12 2015

The Chief Justice, Mrs. Georgina Wood has denied reports that three judges being investigated in the bribery scandal have been discharged.

ECONOMIC:
Ghana’s public debt hits USD23.7 bn as cedi falls
Sunday, September 13 2015

Ghana’s total public debt rose to 94.5 billion cedis ($23.7 billion) by end-June, equivalent to 71 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), up sharply from 67 percent the previous month due to currency depreciation, the central bank said on Friday.

SOCIAL:
IMF responds to Minority
Sunday, September 13 2015

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says it will not interfere in the controversy over whether the country’s deal with the fund required parliamentary approval.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
Anas releases list of ’incorruptible’ judges who refused to collect bribes
Sunday, September 13 2015

Investigative Journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas,  has written to the Chief Justice, presenting a list of “good and moral” judges.

ASUNAFO N:
Pomaakrom, 5 others get electricity
Monday, September 14 2015

The people of Pomaakrom, Boakyeasua, Awewoho Manhya, Atom, Antwiagyeikrom and Tweapease - farming communities in the Asunafo North Municipal of Brong Ahafo Region could not hide their joy but took to the streets yesterday amidst singing and dancing for seeing their communities illuminating with lights for the first time in their lives.

NKWANTA N:
More communities get electricity
Monday, September 14 2015

District Chief Executive ofthe Nkwanta North District in the Volta Region, Mr. Martin Kidibi Kudor said the government for that matter the district assembly is focused on positively impacting on the lives of the ordinary Ghanaian.

Ga East
to get Municipal Hospital soon
Monday, September 14 2015

The Ga East municipal assembly in the Greater Accra region has not been left out of the massive health infrastructure the government has embarked on in recent times.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
Judges storm court to block public screening of video
Monday, September 14 2015

High Court Judges accused of taking bribes are heading to court to stop plans to broadcast a video that purports to record their corrupt activities.

K NCHUMURU:
More roads get facelift
Monday, September 14 2015

Some selected roads in the Krachi Nchumuru District in the Volta Region have received attention to improve their current status.

MPOHOR:
Assembly makes stride in sanitation management
Monday, September 14 2015

The District Chief Executive for Mpohor, Mr. Anthony Bassaw has echoed the Assembly’s stance to ensure proper waste management in the area to rid the district of diseases such cholera and typhoid.

TANO S:
DCE advised against indiscriminate dumping of refuse
Monday, September 14 2015

A massive clean- up exercise was observed throughout the Tano South District to mark the 10th edition of the national sanitation day.

BIA E:
Residents advised to take National Sanitation Day serious
Monday, September 14 2015

Residents of Adabokrom in the Bia East District have been advised to take keen interest in the National Sanitation Day periods and observe accordingly to rid the community of filth.

KEEA:
Chiefs ban funerals over rising teenage pregnancy
Monday, September 14 2015

The Komenda Traditional Council has banned funerals and wake-keeping over the rising teenage pregnancy in the area.

SOCIAL:
Mahama to address UN General Assembly Sept. 30th
Monday, September 14 2015

Ghana’s President, John Dramani Mahama will address the United Nations (UN) General Assembly Meeting on Wednesday September 30, 2015.

BOLGA :
11 battle for vacant Bolga MCE position
Monday, September 14 2015

About eleven (11) members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) are eyeing for the Bolgatanga Municipal Chief Executive position.

TANO S:
DCE calls for regular school management meetings
Tuesday, September 15 2015

The Tano South District Chief Executive, Mr. Bukari Zakari Anaba has advised head teachers to regularly organize school management meetings for stakeholders including P.T.A to address some of the problems facing their various schools.

ASUNAFO N:
Massive turn-out at NSD
Tuesday, September 15 2015

This month’s National Sanitation Day exercise has seen a significant improvement over the previous ones as people from all and sundry trooped in and took part in the exercise.

THLD:
DCE bemoans absence of elected female in next assembly
Tuesday, September 15 2015

District Chief of the Twifo Hemang Lower Denkyira District in the Central Region, Mr. Francis Kofi Korankyi-Sakyi has bemoaned the absence of an elected assembly member in the next assembly.

KRACHI E:
Residents grateful for Banzaba water system
Tuesday, September 15 2015

Residents of Banzaba and Dambai Junction are full of commendation for the Krachi East District Assembly for improving potable water supply in their area.

SOCIAL:
CJ urges calm, pledges to restore confidence
Tuesday, September 15 2015

The Chief Justice (CJ), Justice (Mrs.) Georgina Theodora Wood has called for calm as the Judicial Council acted resolutely to clean the judicial system of corrupt practices.

KADJEBI:
Invest more in your children’s education-DCE told parents
Tuesday, September 15 2015

District Chief executive of the Kadjebi District in the Volta Region, Mr.
Jacob Alebinde Asogounde has advised parents not to toil with the future of their children by not educating them.

SECURITY:
Heavy Police presence at EC hq ahead of LMVCA protest
Wednesday, September 16 2015

There is heavy Police presence at the premises of the Electoral Commission in Accra following threats by pressure group Let My Vote Count Alliance (LMVCA) and their counterparts that they will defy the directive by the police not to picket at the premises.

TECHIMAN:
Minister commends Techiman residents on National Sanitation Day
Wednesday, September 16 2015

The Brong Ahafo Deputy Regional Minister, Mr. Justice Samuel Adjei has commended residents of Techiman and the traditional council for coming out in their numbers to support the National Sanitation Day (NSD) clean up exercise held in the Municipality.

SOCIAL:
Mahama to inaugurate Ghana gas plant today
Wednesday, September 16 2015

President John Mahama will today [Wednesday] inaugurate the Ghana Gas Plant at Atuabo in the Western Region.

NEW JUABEN:
Headmistress fumes, provide community with toilet facility
Wednesday, September 16 2015

The Headmistress of Asikasu Presbyterian L.A Primary School, Madam Comfort Yeboah has passionately appealed to the New Juaben Municipal Assembly to construct an ancillary facility as a matter of urgency for the people of Asikasu community to prevent them from using the classrooms as washroom.

MPOHOR:
Work progressing on new admin block
Wednesday, September 16 2015

Work is progressing steadily on the ultra-modern administration block for the Mpohor District Assembly to help improve administrative duties.

SEKYERE A P:
Mossi Panin Primary occupies new classroom blk
Wednesday, September 16 2015

The Pupils of Mossi Panin D /A Primary School in the Sekyere Afram Plains District have taken possession of their newly completed 3-unit classroom block.

EDUCATION:
Mahama’s free SHS policy begins today
Thursday, September 17 2015

The much anticipated free SHS policy of the ruling government officially starts today.

Krachi East
completes office for Ghana Fire Service
Thursday, September 17 2015

The Krachi East District has prepared itself for the full operation of the Ghana National Fire Service in the district.

SOCIAL:
Mahama commissions Atuabo gas plant
Thursday, September 17 2015

President John Dramani Mahama on Wednesday joined the chiefs and people of the Western Region to commission the Atuabo gas processing plant in the Ellembelle district.

K Nchumuru:
President’s mandatory projects underway
Thursday, September 17 2015

The Krachi Nchumuru District Assembly is determined to making good directive by the President John Dramani Mahama to ensure the completion of some specific projects before end of 2015, District Chief Executive, Mr. Solomon Kuyon has stated.

TANO S:
PWD’s educated on adolescent reproductive health
Thursday, September 17 2015

As part of the Tano South District Directorate of the Department of Social Welfare and Community Developments agenda to educate the masses on the Adolescent Reproductive Health, a one day workshop has been organized for people living with Disabilities in the Tano South District of the Brong Ahafo Region.

BUILSA N:
Yikpeni White Volta road reshaped
Thursday, September 17 2015

Mr. Bonaventure Adangabey, the District Chief of Builsa North has disclosed that the Yikpeni White Volta Phase I &II Feeder Roads have been reshaped to improve transportation in the area.

ASIKUMA:
DCE assures support for teachers
Thursday, September 17 2015

The District Chief Executive for Asikuma Odoben Brakwa in the Central Region, Mr. Samuel Adom Botchway has reassured public sector teachers of the assembly relentless efforts to ensure their standard of living is improved.

SOCIAL:
Unions disagree over govt’s decision not to pay striking workers
Thursday, September 17 2015

Labour unions in the country appear divided over government’s decision not to pay public sector workers, particularly those in the essential services category, who embark on prolonged strikes.

Kadjebi
Assembly distributes 400 dual desks to schools
Friday, September 18 2015

The Kadjebi District Assembly is providing 400 pieces of dual desks to some selected schools in the district to address inadequacies of furniture in those schools.

TWIFO HLD:
Esuekyir, Watreso CHPS centres near completion
Friday, September 18 2015

In the next few weeks, works on two community-based health planning service (CHPS) centres in the Twifo Hemang Lower Denkyera District in the Central Region would be completed.

EKUMFI:
Atta Mills Community Day SHS commissioned
Friday, September 18 2015

The first community day senior high school has been commissioned by President John Mahama at Otuam in the Ekumfi District in the Central Region.

EDUCATION:
WAEC withholds 6,812 results of 2015 BECE
Friday, September 18 2015

The West African Examinations Council has withheld the results of 6,812 candidates who sat for this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) pending the conclusion of investigations into alleged examination malpractice.

HEALTH:
Govt invests billion dollars in health infrastructure
Friday, September 18 2015

President John Dramani Mahama, on Wednesday, inaugurated the National Medical Outreach Services at the Western Naval Command in Sekondi, announcing that government has invested more than one billion dollars to improve health facilities over the past five years.

OBUASI:
MCE tours schools, pledges assembly support for pupils
Friday, September 18 2015

As part of the Government’s priority to enhance quality education and increase early childhood education, the Municipal Chief Executive of Obuasi Richard Ofori Agyeman Boadi toured some selected schools in the Municipality last Tuesday.

ATEBUBU:
Friends of Sampson Owusu Boateng file nomination
Friday, September 18 2015

A group calling itself ‘Friends of Sampson Owusu Boateng’ has submitted nomination forms on behalf of the Atebubu-Amantin District Chief Executive in furtherance of its desire to get the DCE Mr. Sampson Owusu Boateng to contest the forthcoming National Democratic Congress NDC Parliamentary primaries in the Atebubu-Amantin Constituency.

SOCIAL:
99 new National Service Traffic Assistants inaugurated
Saturday, September 19 2015

The Ghana Police Service has inaugurated 99 new National Service Personnel deployed under the Urban Traffic Management Module.

ECONOMIC:
Ghana’s medium term prospects still bright – Terkper
Saturday, September 19 2015

Finance minister Seth Terkper has said the medium term prospects of the Ghanaian economy term prospects are very bright despite the current challenges.

BUILSA N:
Kadema small town piping project close to completion
Saturday, September 19 2015

Work is said to be close to completion on a small-town piping system funded by the International Development Association (IDA) and Government of Ghana (GoG) has been completed at Kadema in the Builsa North District of the Upper East Region.

HO:
President cuts sod for Ho Airport project
Saturday, September 19 2015

President John Dramani Mahama was in the Volta Regional capital Ho on Friday to cut sod for the construction of the Ho Airport.

AMANSIE W:
First lady donates hospital equipment to Manso Nkwanta health centre.
Saturday, September 19 2015

The first Lady Mrs. Lordina Mahama as part of her working visit to Ashanti region has donated hospital items worth millions of cedis to Manso nkwanta health centre.

TRANSPORTATION:
USD100 million from Eurobond to complete eastern corridor roads
Sunday, September 20 2015

Government is expected to set aside $100 million from funds from the next eurobond to complete the remaining portions of the eastern corridor road.

SOCIAL:
Assemblies must utilize resource to develop – Ahwoi
Sunday, September 20 2015

Professor Kwamena Ahwoi, a local government expert, says the notion that the district assemblies lack the capacity to undertake the needed decisions to solve the development challenges facing them is wrong.

TRANSPORT:
Massive Road Construction underway in E/R
Sunday, September 20 2015

Joy has been brought to the faces of many residents and road users in the Eastern Region as work is steadily on-going on their roads to make them motorable.

ATEBUBU:
Adolescent youth clubs inaugurated
Sunday, September 20 2015

The Ghana Adolescent Reproductive Health Project has inaugurated adolescent health clubs in 20 basic schools in the Atebubu-Amantin district.

SOCIAL:
Mahama has recaptured Nkrumah’s vision to transform Ghana – Gov’t
Monday, September 21 2015

Government has on the occasion of Founder’s Day; a day set aside to celebrate the country’s first President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, stated that President Mahama’s “hard work, tolerance and patriotic zeal” to transform the Ghanaian economy, are traits of the visionary leader, Dr. Nkrumah.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
Christian Council calls for national reforms
Monday, September 21 2015

The Christian Council of Ghana is backing calls for reforms in the country after a video exposé on rot in the judiciary.

ASUTIFI N:
DCE Promises More Development For the District
Monday, September 21 2015

Hon. Eric Addae, the District Chief Executive (DCE) for the Asutifi North District Assembly in the Brong Ahafo Region is set to bring new ideas to promote investment and development towards the overall development of the area.

TECHIMAN:
115 head porters sensitized on reproductive health
Monday, September 21 2015

115 head porters, popularly known as ‘Kayayees” have been sensitized on adolescent reproductive health issues with the aim to bringing girls on board to train them to be able to match their colleague boys in academic performance, reduce teenage pregnancy and unsafe abortions in the Municipality.

KPANDAI:
NLA supports rural community in Kpandai
Monday, September 21 2015

The National Lottery Authority (NLA), has presented a cheque for GH¢ 10,000 to the chief and people of the Sunghai Traditional Area in the Kpandai District in support of the development of the area.

HEALTH:
Baamaiya Sah Allah Fun Club donates blood
Monday, September 21 2015

The Baamaiyi Sai Allah Fun Club, a youth base club, has organised a blood donation exercise to support the Koforidua Regional Hospital blood bank.

AMANSIE C:
Agric department gets new office
Tuesday, September 22 2015

The Department of Agriculture under the Amansie Central District Assembly has received keys to their new office accommodation block.

K NCHUMURU:
DCE happy with strides in health delivery, commend stakeholders
Tuesday, September 22 2015

District Chief Executive of the Krachi Nchumuru District in the Volta Region, Mr. Solomon Kuyon has commended all stakeholders who contributed in making positive impacts in the health sector in the district.

SENE E:
GSK Malaria and NTDS project trains over the counter medicine sellers
Tuesday, September 22 2015

Seventy-two Over the Counter (OTC) Medicine Sellers in the Pru, Sene east and Sene west districts of the Brong Ahafo region have undergone training in the prevention, control and treatment of malaria and neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) under the GSK malaria and NTDs project.

ECONOMICS:
Ghana’s economic problems need deep structural measures - Terkper
Tuesday, September 22 2015

Mr Seth Terkper, the Minister of Finance, has emphasised the need to institute deep structural measures to address the challenges facing Ghana’s economy, saying quick fixes could not properly solve the problems.

AMENFI W:
GES to rename ’Woman-no-Good’ Primary School
Tuesday, September 22 2015

The Ghana Education Service (GES) said it had ordered the start of processes to rename a school called ‘Woman-no-Good’ D/A Primary School in the Amenfi West District of the Western Region.

PRESIDENCY:
Mahama off to Abuja to discuss Burkina Faso crisis
Tuesday, September 22 2015

President John Mahama will today leave Accra for an extraordinary session of the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State and Government to discuss the political situation in Burkina Faso.

TECHIMAN:
Aggrieved customers, Microfinance Companies demonstrates Against BoG Ghana.
Tuesday, September 22 2015

Concerned group of Customers numbering about 400 who have put their various sums of monies into microfinance companies and fun clubs investments have taken onto the streets of Techiman to demonstrate against the decision of Bank of Ghana to freeze the accounts of the companies which locked up their money.

AMENFI C:
Assembly acquires new waste disposal site
Tuesday, September 22 2015

Mr. Peter Yaw Kwame-Ackah, the District Chief Executive for Amenfi Central says the assembly has acquired a new waste disposal sites to help improve waste management crisis in the area.

SOCIAL:
MP laments on new NSS module
Tuesday, September 22 2015

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Trobu in the Greater Accra Region, Hon. Moses Anim, has lamented on the new national service scheme modules which sees over 1000 service personnel deployed onto highways to direct traffic.

TRANSPORTATION:
Govt to withdraw VAT on domestic airfares
Tuesday, September 22 2015

The 17.5% Value Added Tax (VAT) being charged on domestic airline fares may be withdrawn in the next budget that is if cabinet yields to pressure from the transport and finance ministries to do so.

NKWANTA N:
1700 dual desks distributed to basic schools
Wednesday, September 23 2015

The Nkwanta North District Assembly is hopeful of recording impressive improvement in furniture in schools as a result of measures taken so far to address inadequacies of furniture in schools in the district.

OFFINSO:
First Lady donates to St. Patrick’s Hospital
Wednesday, September 23 2015

The First Lady Mrs. Lordina Mahama continues to make strong case for improved health deliver as she continues to equip health facilities across the country.

TANO S:
Adekyem Festival launched
Wednesday, September 23 2015

The Adekyem Festival of the chiefs and the people of Bechem Traditional Area have been launched at Bechem, the Tano South District Capital.

ASUTIFI N:
MMDAs tasked to make composite budget sustainable
Wednesday, September 23 2015

As part of efforts to improve decentralization and good governance, the Asutifi North District Assembly in collaboration with its Budget Unit has organized a day’s workshop for Heads of decentralized Department (HODs) of the assembly on the 2016 budget preparation.

ATEBUBU:
Incumbent upbeat about chances
Wednesday, September 23 2015

The incumbent Member of Parliament MP for the Atebubu-Amantin constituency Honorable Sanja Nanja is upbeat about his chances of winning the upcoming National Democratic Congress NDC Parliamentary primaries in the Atebubu-Amantin constituency.

KPONE K:
Achieving the better Ghana agenda: successes in the Kpone–Katamanso district
Wednesday, September 23 2015

As a quest for improvement in the decentralization process, Kpone- Katamanso district assembly was one of the newly created assemblies in 2012.

GOMOA W:
Abamkrom teachers’ bungalow nears completion
Wednesday, September 23 2015

Work is said to be nearing completion on a new bungalow for teachers’ at Abamkrom, a community in the Gomoa West District in the Central Region.

AFIGYA K:
BAC steps up fight against rural poverty
Thursday, September 24 2015

The Afigya-Kwabre District Business Advisory Centre (BAC) of the National Board for Small Scale Industries, has intensified its efforts at fighting rural poverty through employable skills training.

AKATSI N:
Ave-Atanve gets market
Thursday, September 24 2015

Akatsi North District Assembly of the Volta Region, has started a proto-type market at Ave-Atanve to link up agricultural producers to food merchants.

GA W:
MCE assures community of government’s support
Thursday, September 24 2015

Mr Sam Atukwei Quaye, the Ga West Municipal Chief Executive has assured Ghanaians that the national cake towards the ’Better Ghana Agenda’ as promise by President Mahama would trickle to every corner of development.

TECHIMAN:
619 teenage pregnancies recorded in Techiman
Thursday, September 24 2015

A total of 619 teenage pregnancies cases have been recorded in Techiman in the Brong Ahafo Region, from January to June this year, between the ages of 10-19. 

BOSOMTWE:
Assembly to commission Bonkokoo CHPs compound
Thursday, September 24 2015

All is set for a new Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) compound built by the Bosomtwe District Assembly in the Ashanti Region  Ghana to been inaugurated and handed over for use at Bonkokoo, a community in the district.

TECHIMAN:
Maternal Deaths, Stillbirths Reduces In Techiman
Friday, September 25 2015

Dr. Damien Punguyire the Municipal Health Director for Techiman in the Brong Ahafo region have said maternal death and still birth has been reduced due to effective measures put in place by the health management team in the municipality.

EJISU J:
Lordina Mahama Foundation Donates To Bomfa-Achiase Health Centre
Friday, September 25 2015

The Lordina Mahama foundation in Accra has donated assorted medical items worth several millions of cedis to the Bomfa- Achiase Health Centre in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipality in the Ashanti Region.

ATEBUBU:
WVG supports education and health
Thursday, September 24 2015

World Vision Ghana WVG, Atebubu Development Programme ADP has donated books and medical supplies to health and educational institutions in and around the Atebubu-Amantin district.

BOSOME F:
Beposo Parish Observes World Youth Day
Thursday, September 24 2015

The 2015 edition of the World Youth day celebration in the Beposo Catholic Parish took place at Asiwa in the Bosome Freho district in the Ashanti Region.

AOWIN:
Modern community centre for Enchi
Thursday, September 24 2015

A modern community centre under construction for the people of Enchi, the capital of the Aowin District in the Western region is nearing completion.

NKWANTA N:
Assembly builds magistrate court
Friday, September 25 2015

Effective law enforcement is an important panacea for socioeconomic development of every society and it is in light of these that the Nkwanta North District Assembly has built its new District magistrate court at Kpassa.

AMANSIE C:
DCE woos Regional Police Command for more visibility policing
Friday, September 25 2015

Mr. Emmanuel Dede Appiah, District Chief Executive of the Amansie Central District in the Ashanti Region has made a passionate appeal to the Ashanti Regional Police Command to increase the number of police officers in the district to enable the District command  bring crime rate down.

KADJEBI:
Authorities upbeat about increased economic activities due to road construction
Friday, September 25 2015

Authorities at the Kadjebi District Assembly in the Volta Region are optimistic that Dodi Papase, Kponkpa, Aboabo and Asuboi and surrounding villages would soon become the food basket of the district.

NZEMA E:
Bamiankor Day SHS ready for commissioning
Friday, September 25 2015

All is set for the commissioning of the Gwiramang Community Day Senior High School at Bamianko in the Nzema East Municipality in the Western Region.

EDUCATION:
Minister inaugurates Council for pre-tertiary
Friday, September 25 2015

Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, Minister of Education, has inaugurated a 21-member National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA).

MPOHOR:
"Adum Domenase" CHPs compound commissioned
Saturday, September 26 2015

Mr. Anthony Bassaw, Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Mpohor, has commissioned a new Community-m Domenase.

SOCIAL:
Mahama hosts Bill Gates, UN boss in New York
Saturday, September 26 2015

Ghana’s president John Mahama, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg will today host in New York, a major event aimed at preparing the world to better manage any health crisis that arises.

AMENFI C:
Four feeder roads receive face-lift
Saturday, September 26 2015

The Amenfi Central Assembly in the Western Region is putting into shape a number of feeder roads in the District to pave way for easy transportation of farm produce to the central business district.

BOSOMTWE:
Assembly provides Jachie, Beposo communities with sch blks
Saturday, September 26 2015

The Bosomtwe District Assembly has completed two classroom blocks for two basic schools in the area.

AMA:
Assembly returns to crash mushrooming structures at Old Fadama
Saturday, September 26 2015

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) returned to Old Fadama, popularly known as Sodom and Gomorrah, to tear down illegal structures that started springing up after previous demolition exercises in June.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
Committee of inquiry forced to suspend sitting
Saturday, September 26 2015

The Judicial Committee of inquiry sitting on the case involving some implicated lower court judges has suspended its work following the hearing of the case in court.

SOCIAL:
Curfew hours for Bunkpurugu, Bimbilla, Alavanyo et al reviewed
Sunday, September 27 2015

The Ministry of Interior has reviewed the curfew hours in the Northern Regional towns of Bimbila, Nankpanduri and Bunkprugu.

JUDICIAL SCANDAL :
Punish culpable judges in judicial scandal - Nana Addo
Sunday, September 27 2015

The presidential candidate of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) has prayed the Chief Justice Theodora Georgina Wood to punish anyone found guilty in the corruption scandal which has hit the judiciary.

RELIGION:
5 Ghanaians feared missing in Mina stampede
Sunday, September 27 2015

Five Ghanaian Muslim pilgrims were said to be missing at the Ghana camp at Mina in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as of Friday.

BIRIM N:
DCE cuts sod for new classroom block at Addokrom
Monday, September 28 2015

In pursuance of the assembly’s action plan towards infrastructural development in the educational sector and as well provide congenial atmosphere for enhanced teaching and learning in the district led to a sod cutting ceremony for the construction of six unit classroom block at Addokrom.

BOSOME F:
BAC Trains 45 people in Soap-Making
Monday, September 28 2015

The Bosome Freho district office of the Business Advisory Centre (BAC), with support from the Government of Ghana (GOG) through the Bosome Freho District Assembly, International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and African Development Bank has organized a skills enhancement training programme for 45 young women and men at

HOHOE:
Modern childhood dev’t centre for Santrokofi Gbodome completed
Monday, September 28 2015

As part of efforts to improve standard of education in the Hohoe Municiplity in the Volta Region, the Municipal Assembly has decided to seriously develop attach much importance to early childhood development.

KETU N
1000 dual desks for basic schools
Monday, September 28 2015

Basic schools in the Ketu North District in the Volta Region that are faced with inadequate furniture would soon have their some respite as the assembly is preparing to distribute some furniture to the schools.

TAMALE:
Floods displace hundreds
Tuesday, September 29 2015

Hundreds of people have been left homeless and cut off from the rest of Tamale after torrential rains swept through the Northern Region capital.

TARKWA:
Rescue operation begins to save trapped Tarkwa miners
Tuesday, September 29 2015

Police in Tarkwa Nsuayem in the Western Region have begun a rescue mission to save some miners who are trapped in a mining pit in the area.

HOHOE:
20 seater toilet facility for Zongo community
Tuesday, September 29 2015

Residents of the Hohoe Zongo community in the Volt Region will now cease from using nearby bushes as places of convenience as the Assembly has put up two separate 20 seater water closet toilet facility for the community.

THLD:
6-unit block for Nsuaem nears completion
Tuesday, September 29 2015

Mr. Francis Kofi Korankyi-Sakyi, District Chief Executive of Twifo-Heman-Lower-Denkyira District Assembly has assured that the six unit classroom block under construction at Nsuaem would be completed on schedule for the people.

Birim North
repackages Akoase Methodist block for completion
Tuesday, September 29 2015

Akoase Methodist Basic School will be boasting of a new three unit classroom block in the next six months time, this was promised by the District Chief Executive, Hon. Paul Aboagye Dadzie during a ceremony to hand over the project to the contractor.

SOCIAL:
‘Flashy shopping malls are not real signs of dev’t - Mahama
Monday, September 28 2015

President John Mahama is challenged his fellow African leaders not to use the emergence of flashy shopping malls as a measure of development.

KRACHI W:
Veep urges people of Kete-Krachi to maintain peace
Monday, September 28 2015

Vice President Kwesi Amissah Arthur has encouraged the chiefs and people of Kete Krachi to continue to maintain peace in the area for its rapid socio-economic development.

AKATSI N:
GSOP to create 700 jobs
Monday, September 28 2015

The Ghana Social Opportunity Project (GSOP) is to create 700 jobs in the Akatsi North district in the next four months according to Mr James Gunu, District Chief Executive for the area.

NZEMA E:
Work begins on Apewosika MA JHS block
Monday, September 28 2015

Work has commenced on a three unit classroom block for the Atewosika MA Junior High School in the Nzema East Municipality in the Western Region.

BOLGA:
Calm restored after Saturday clash
Monday, September 28 2015

Calm has been restored in the Bolgatanga municipality in the Upper East Region following violent chieftaincy clashes Saturday evening.

EDUCATION:
GES to expand inclusive education programme to twenty assemblies
Wednesday, September 30 2015

The Ghana Education Service (GES) with the Ministry of Education (MoE), would this year expand the Inclusive Education (IE) policy from fourteen 14 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assembles (MMDAs) to twenty across the country.

MPOHOR:
Assembly completes new nursery block
Tuesday, September 29 2015

Early childhood development is a crucial stage of life in terms of a child’s physical, intellectual, emotional and social development.

SOCIAL:
Cured lepers enjoy increased LEAP grant
Tuesday, September 29 2015

About 365 inmates of the cured lepers’ village in Ho in the Volta Region, have received their share of the increment in the grant of the 38th Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) cycle payment.

EAST AKIM:
One feared dead, six others injured in violent clashes
Tuesday, September 29 2015

One person is feared dead in Akyem Akooko, a town in the Eastern region after violent clashes Tuesday afternoon.

ATEBUBU:
Ghana adolescent reproductive health project trains queen mothers
Wednesday, September 30 2015

The Ghana Adolescent Reproductive Health Project has held a day’s sensitization programme for 25 queen mothers in the Atebubu-Amantin district in Atebubu.

ECONOMICS:
Ghana’s second FPSO to be named after late President Mills today
Wednesday, September 30 2015

Government officials are currently in Singapore to partake in the ceremony.

KRACHI E:
Dambai Junction provided with aqua-privy toilet
Wednesday, September 30 2015

In line with efforts to ensure environmental cleanliness, the Krachi East District assembly has completed a new public toilet at Dambai Junction.

NKWANTA N:
More communities get CHPS centres
Wednesday, September 30 2015

The completion of Lakpor Community-based health planning service (CHPS) centre would soon have very positive impact on the lives of the people.

N JUABEN:
MCE poised to end school shift system
Wednesday, September 30 2015

The New Juaben Municipal Chief Executive, Dr. Kwaku Owusu Acheampong has stated that the Assembly is poised to end the ongoing shift systems within the various schools in the municipality by 2016.