Tuesday, May 11, 2021

President assents to University of Media Arts and Communication Bill

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A new Bill which seeks to merge the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), the Ghana Institute of Languages (GIL) and the National Film and...

Korle Bu doctor poisons colleague’s water with HIV blood

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The Korle Bu Police are investigating a case involving the contamination of a medical doctor's drinking water with HIV-infected blood. The act is suspected to...

‘Galamsey operatives’ work for our contract staff – National Security

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The Ministry of National Security says the alleged operatives who were arrested for illegal mining in the Eastern region are workers of a contract...

Dumsor: Report damaged equipment to ECG/NEDCo office for compensation – PURC

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The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission(PURC) has announced that the commission has begun ascertaining the liabilities and possibility of compensation to consumers in any loss...

Prisons Service crucial in administration of justice in the country – Bawumia

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The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has reiterated government's commitment to continue its capacity building programme for the Ghana Prisons Service. Speaking at the graduation...

#FixTheCountry: Convenors to file for abridgment of time over SC’s hearing scheduled for June

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Convenors of #FixTheCountry protest are set to file an application for an abridgment of time at the Supreme court following the SC's hearing scheduled...

Heavy traffic on Accra – Kasoa road as Weija floods

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Saturday morning's downpour in parts of Accra has resulted in huge flooding at Weija, causing a huge gridlock on the Accra - Kasoa road. The...

Four charged for Christ Embassy ‘Pneumatica Night’ gathering granted GHc320k bail

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The Circuit Court in Accra presided over by Her Honour Madam Ellen Offei Ayeh has granted bail in a combined sum of GHc320,000 to...

Galamsey fight: 400 soldiers deployed to remove galamseyers on Pra tributaries

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At least 400 soldiers have been deployed in a second phase of the galamsey fight(Operation Halt II) aimed at removing all persons and logistics...

PHOTOS: 350,000 AstraZeneca vaccines arrive in Accra from DR Congo

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About 350,000 doses of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccines on Friday morning landed in Accra from the Democratic Republic of Congo through COVAX. The vaccines arrived...