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As a nation we should be asking ourselves, why are tourists coming here?

Why people travel

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. 

Growth comes with an experience of fighting off new devils.

New levels, new devils!

Life is like an adventurous video game. Every new level has a new devil. As you progress, the tendency for you to retrogress becomes even higher.

Ursula von der Leyen, European Commission President

Letter to European Commission President on Migrant Crisis

Dear Excellency Ursula von der Leyen, Perhaps it is a tad unfair to pick on you, but as I suspect we will both agree, personal feelings are far from being an issue in this self-initiated conversation.

Quality training can instil life-saving skills, ethics and dedication in professionals.

Structure health services to protect lives

I just lost an adorable nursing cat in a bizarre circumstance, making my entire household question the treatment given by a veterinary officer.

When traders realise that consumers are generally not interested in coins they normally round-off the price of their products to the nearest banknote.

Coined for effect

In my book, "Dealing with the little leaks that keep you poor," I explained some of the things we take for granted and yet are critical to financial sustainability.

Mrs Vera Osei-Bonsu at the event

Vera Osei-Bonsu honoured by GlobalWIIN

The founder of Start Right Nutrition and Eat Smart Foods, Mrs Vera Osei-Bonsu, has been honoured at this year’s Global Women Inventors & Innovators Network’s (GlobalWIIN) annual Conference & Awards Ceremony held in Reykjavik, Iceland.

Anomabo is a beautiful place to visit in the Central Region

Encounter with two heroes at Anomabo

History gave us some heroes. And by that, the places they are connected with become tourist attractions.

•Some participants, sponsors, and partners

GAEC launches Breast Cancer Awareness month

In a bid to contribute to the global mission of promoting early detection of breast cancer, the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC) has launched its campaign on the theme, "Healthy Breasts for a Healthy Life."

Dr Frank Owusu-Sekyere, New Director of Medical Affairs (KBTH), paediatrician, writer

Up-close with Dr Frank Owusu-Sekyere, New Director of Medical Affairs (KBTH), paediatrician, writer

Dr Frank Owusu-Sekyere initially had the dream of becoming a journalist but life had another plan for him. 
He is an experienced paediatrician who started off as a house officer, rising through the ranks to his current position as the Director of Medical Affairs of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) in Accra.

Children are purchasing pills without prescription and using them after unprotected sexual activities

Children in Ho abuse emergency contraceptive tablets

The Ho Municipal Directorate of Health Services has expressed concern over the alarming trend of girls , as young as 10 and 12 years old abusing emergency contraceptive pills in the Ho Municipality.

Puff sleeve midi dresses offer a blend of vintage and contemporary fashion elements, making them a popular choice for those seeking a romantic, feminine and on-trend look.

Puff style midi dresses

A puff sleeve midi dress is a stylish and versatile clothing item that combines several design elements. These days it is common to find ladies rocking the puff midi dresses at casual and formal events.

Let’s celebrate God’s goodness to Ghana

Raising Christ-like believers in Church

There have been conversations here on the Ghana we desire, and we may say the Ghana we want. The Ghana God wants: The people who will make it happen!

See your challenges as a reminder that you have to stand up and work on your relationship.

Be the change in your relationship

Human nature is selfish and competitive. We fight for what we want, when and how we want it. If our needs are not met, we tend to blame it on others.

Can I sue a competitor in business?

Dear Mirror Lawyer, What constitutes unfair competition in trade or commerce?

Marian Jemima Akua Adzroe is the General Manager of E.P. Schools, Ghana

Marian Jemima Akua Adzroe: Breaking the ceiling in education

WHEN she assumed duty on April 15, 2020 as the General Manager of the Evangelical Presbyterian (E.P.) Schools, Ghana, Mrs Marian Jemima Akua Adzroe also made history as the first female to take up that role in the past 74 years.

Africa as G20 member, implications

 After waiting for a long time, Africa, a continent that stands between the eastern and western hemispheres, has become a full member of the Group of 20 (G20) at its 18th summit in India.

Causes, challenges of Cerebral Palsy

Dear Mirror Doctor, I have a three-year-old boy who cannot sit on his own, talk and suffers from convulsions.

The presence of God among His people is not to be taken for granted.

Jesus, Joshua proclaim God saves

The African people hold in highest esteem the warrior who will deliver an African Tribal State from the incessant attacks of warriors from other Tribal States and foreign slave raiders and give them peace and rest on all sides.

Floral patterns tend to be visually busy, so it's a good idea to balance them out with solid neutral or complementary colours

How to select a floral outfit

Floral patterns in fashion have been a popular trend for many years. They add a feminine and vibrant touch to clothing and can be seen in various forms such as dresses, blouses, and accessories.

Floral patterns tend to be visually busy, so it's a good idea to balance them out with solid neutral or complementary colours

How to select a floral outfit

Floral patterns in fashion have been a popular trend for many years. They add a feminine and vibrant touch to clothing and can be seen in various forms such as dresses, blouses, and accessories.

Some of the participants who participated in the programme

Childhood cancer cases on the rise in Volta Region

The head of the Paediatric and Oncology Unit at the Ho Teaching Hospital (HTH), Dr Kokou Amegan-Aho,  has raised concerns about the increasing number of childhood cancer cases in the Volta Region.

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