Let’s do colours this week, shall we? Great. I will start with the colour green, and this is what l found about it with a simple Google search: “Green can represent new beginnings and growth”.
The "NOSTALGIC BLUES" collection is a delightful homage to the iconic style and grace of the mid-20th century.
With just under 24 days left until her 88th birthday, Mrs Theresa Aba Kufuor bid farewell to be with her Maker. Today, we celebrate the life of the former First Lady of Ghana, who has left an indelible mark on the hearts of Ghanaians and people far beyond our borders.
Last Sunday night, the renowned gospel music duo, Tagoe Sisters, delivered a thrilling performance at the Accra International Conference Centre, marking their 40th anniversary in the gospel music industry with an event dubbed the "Tagoe Sisters @ 40 Concert."
An alleged rape victim who turned down justice from the law court and refused to cooperate with the court has been arrested and placed in police custody.
The Save Marriage Foundation has organised its first ever fun-filled couples retreat dubbed, “Dubai Xcape." This six-day event which was held last month played host to 20 couples from various corners of the globe who converged on the city of Dubai, a tourist hotspot in the United Arab Emirates.
A relationship consultant and columnist, Dr John Boakye, has said that denying a partner sex is biblically considered a sin and is a crime.
Dear Mirror Lawyer, My niece’s husband died about a year ago. Fortunately, he prepared a Will before he passed.
Last Tuesday, September 25, 2023, my friend and colleague Ajoa Yeboah-Afari sent me a crisp message that said she rated the front page headline of the Chronicle the best of the day.
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC), in collaboration with Euracare Advanced Diagnostics and Heart Centre, partnered The Mirror to organise a two-day breast and health screening event.
The Paediatric Society of Ghana (PSG), a child and adolescent health advocacy group, organised a forum in Accra last Wednesday to tackle issues pertaining to teenage pregnancy, mental health and general adolescent well-being.
A 38-year-old student said to be from the Regional Maritime University in Accra, Isaac Sumatu, who posed as a gynaecologist at the Ho Teaching Hospital (HTH) and managed to extort money from a teacher by offering her a concoction of medications, was sentenced last Wednesday to a fine of GH¢12,000 by the Ho Circuit Court.
In the Vagla custom and tradition, each community reveres a supreme god, supported by community gods and lesser deities stationed throughout the community. These divine beings are believed to play crucial roles in safeguarding the community from famine, war, accidents, infertility and misfortune.
In tourism, travel is what triggers significant action. In other words, without travel there wouldn’t be much to show for tourism. It is thus important to deconstruct and understand the concept of travel. Most importantly, destinations working to receive increased tourist visitation must appreciate the motivations behind travel.