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From reluctance to resilience: Ruth Adjorlolo’s battle with breast cancer

When you meet Ms. Ruth Adjorlolo, you'll quickly notice her vibrant personality and her ability to connect with people of all ages.

The festival shone a spotlight on underappreciated creatives and talented designers in the Ghanaian fashion industry

Obroni Wawu festival exceeds expectation

The second edition of Obroni Wawu October (OWO) came off at the Rawlings Park in Accra last Sunday with more than what the organisers had promised ahead of the event.

Character over charm

Packaging attracts you to buy a product. However, what you really need is the content of that product.

Are there laws regulating Okada riders?

Dear Mirror Lawyer, I have been worried and traumatised by the confidence with which Okada drivers carry four or more persons, including children, on their motorbikes and the boldness with which they speed and weave through traffic, sometimes endangering the motoring public.

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The mindlessness of war

“No one associated with this situation has slept in five days.” That was a statement from a medical officer from the team of Doctors Without Borders on Wednesday, October 11, 2023.

 Some foods such as eggs, milk, peanuts, soya beans, wheat and seafood that could trigger the condition
Some foods such as eggs, milk, peanuts, soya beans, wheat and seafood that could trigger the condition

Eczema not contagious — Dr Brifo

A Resident Medical Doctor, Dr Kofi Ansah Brifo, has debunked the notion that eczema, a skin condition, is contagious.

Trotro driver jailed 3 years for vehicle theft

Trotro driver jailed 3 years for vehicle theft

A trotro driver, Stephen Ketu, has been sentenced to three years’ imprisonment by an Adenta Circuit Court for stealing a minibus.

Advocacy on breast cancer should go beyond October

The past weeks have seen a lot of campaigns on breast cancer as October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness of the disease and support for those affected by it.

Sonotech holds free medical, breast screening for Sweduro residents

As part of efforts to promote early detection of breast cancer and save lives, Sonotech Medical and Diagnostic Center has organised a free breast cancer and medical screening for residents of Agona Swedru in the Central Region.

4 Poverty languages

When a group of people are placed in a room, how they think becomes evident. The poor amongst them speak a particular language because they have been brought up as such.

GEPA honours Hajia Rabiatu Abukari at Women Icons Exhibition in Tamale

The Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Maltiti Enterprise, an agribusiness venture, Hajia Rabiatu Abukari, has been crowned the women’s icon of the Northern Region.

Teachers warned against long beards, heavy makeup

The Volta Regional Director of Education, Mr Francis Yao Agbemadi, has issued a stern warning to teachers who dress inappropriately, cautioning them of swift disciplinary actions.

How do I stop my husband from getting married

Dear Mirror Lawyer, I have been married for the past seven years. We had a traditional marriage in my hometown in Wenchi.

Professional personal trainers don’t harass women -— Panellists on Mirror X Spaces

More women are signing up with gyms or engaging the services of personal trainers to help them meet their weight and fitness goals, however, one of the common issues that comes up with being trained by males is sexual harassment.

Is your relationship serious or ‘you can explain’?

People get into relationships for all kinds of reasons such as fun, business and social recognition. It is also a fact that many do not realise that relationship works on the principle of  ‘GIGO’ (garbage in garbage out) and that you get out of your relationship exactly what you put in.

Obroni Wawu October • Celebration of second-hand clothing, kantamanto

Last year, when the first edition of the Obroni Wawu October (OWO) was held at Kantamanto, the country’s biggest second-hand clothes market, it was just a day’s event to celebrate the importance of the market in the fashion space.

Dr Rasha Kelej

Merck Foundation holds 10th Africa Asia Luminary in Mumbai

The 10th edition of the Merck Foundation Africa Asia Luminary has opened in Mumbai, India with African First Ladies of 11 countries who are Ambassadors of the Merck Foundation's "More Than a Mother" initiative in attendance.

National psychology, socio-economic development

Psychology has been defined in many ways and the following are some of the definitions of psychology.

Tourism businesses should try to renegotiate the deals they have

Responding to business slowdown

These days, a common refrain when one interacts with practitioners in the tourism trade is “the business is not good o.”

4 Poverty languages

When a group of people are placed in a room, how they think becomes evident. The poor amongst them speak a particular language because they have been brought up as such.

Deliberate terror attacks against tourist targets in Egypt and Tunisia immediately rendered those countries unsafe to visit.4 Poverty languages

Tourism in Middle East tension

Israel and Palestine are in the news again and it is not for the right reasons. As I write, the area is on fire. Naturally, for us in this column, we are thinking of the tourism dimensions of the crisis.

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