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4 Habits that can make your 2024 resolutions a reality

Every New Year comes with its excitement. While many of us are expecting our dreams to come to pass, many more are so certain things will be better just because it is a new year. 

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Boxing in Ghana - One of the untold stories 

 Boxing enthusiasts of old (oldies) would recall that in March 1963, an announcement was made on Radio Ghana and in the daily newspapers to the effect that one Lieutenant Eddie Hammond of the Second Battalion Arakan Barracks had caused the postponement of the Commonwealth Featherweight Championship match between Ghana’s Floyd Klutei Robertson and Britain’s Johnny O’Brien, the British Featherweight contender for one week.

Valerie Labi builds electric bikes in Ghana
Valerie Labi builds bikes that use electricity

Valerie Labi builds electric bikes in Ghana

In the streets of Ghana and beyond, Valerie Labi is changing the face of transportation by manufacturing bikes that run solely on electricity.

New innovations have expanded the scope of physiotherapy

Revolutionary impact of technology in physiotherapy

Over the past few years, physiotherapy treatments have undergone remarkable transformations.

Goals for growing in Christ-likeness

What are your goals for the New Year? To make good and steady progress in life this year and in the succeeding years, we need to do two things:

4 Habits that can make your 2024 resolutions a reality

Every New Year comes with its excitement. While many of us are expecting our dreams to come to pass, many more are so certain things will be better just because it is a new year. 

Oyibi ICGC pastor jailed 23 years for defilement

Oyibi: Pastor jailed 23 years for defilement

A pastor  has been sentenced to 23 years in prison for defilement.

Is the grant of divorce automatic?

Dear Mirror Lawyer, is the grant of divorce automatic as is the case in the Dominican Republic and some other jurisdictions?

Ike Acheampong, Nkawkaw.

a beneficiary received his package

AVS revisits, donates items to families of accident victims

Last week, the Accident Victims Support (AVS) organisation led by founder, Reverend Cyril Benedict Crabbe revisited families of six children who died in a car accident last year in Ankaase, Oti Region. 

Odefille captivates at Accra Fashion Week 2023
Odefille captivates at Accra Fashion Week 2023

Odefille captivates at Accra Fashion Week 2023

Accra Fashion Week 2023 witnessed a captivating debut by Odefille, an urban C-Suite women's fashion brand that redefined elegance with its unique blend of tradition and innovation. 

A student with some of the beneficiaries

Students of Vine Christian High School serve the less privileged food, drinks

Vine Christian High School last weekend donated food and drinks to the less privileged on some streets in Accra. This initiative was the second edition, held on the theme: “Feed My People”.

Families compelled to bury seven bodies without rites

The families of eight dead persons whose bodies had been laid in state in Akyem Asene, near Oda, last Friday were prevented from performing the  funeral rites.

Sex video scams rife on social media

Users of social media platforms have been warned of a trend where scammers threaten to publicly share or expose intimate or compromising material such as explicit photos or videos, if victims do not pay a ransom.

Why eating late could kill you: Study reveals ideal dinnertime
Why eating late could kill you: Study reveals ideal dinnertime

Why eating late could kill you: Study reveals ideal dinnertime

It’s time to put a fork in your late-evening eating habits. A study from the University of Sorbonne in Paris, France found that people who ate dinner after 9 p.m. may have an increased risk of suffering from a stroke or mini stroke. 

Osafohene Dr Afua Asabea Asare, giving a speech to open the fair

Fourth SoundOut exhibition of art and craft opens in Accra

Twenty-three Ghanaian artists are exhibiting their works at the Museum of Science and Technology in Accra during the fourth edition of SoundOut which opened last night.

Ace-Liam: Meet Ghana's 1-year-old art prodigy aiming to break a Guinness World Record
Ace-Liam: Meet Ghana's 1-year-old art prodigy aiming to break a Guinness World Record

Ace-Liam: Ghana's 1-year-old art prodigy aims to break a Guinness World Record

Guinness World Records has given the green light to a one-year-old Ghanaian art prodigy, Ace-Liam, who is attempting to shatter the existing record as the Youngest Male Artist.

Male dominance in sale of underwear shorts at Kariakoo Market
Some female underwear shorts for sale

Male dominance in sale of underwear shorts at Kariakoo Market in Tanzania

Female underwear shorts are one of the top-selling items in Kariakoo, one of Dar Es Salaam's popular markets in Tanzania. 

Fewer requests for autopsies may hide crimes, diseases — Pathologists
Autopsies can disclose hereditary and infectious diseases that may have valuable bearing on the living

Fewer requests for autopsies may hide crimes, diseases — Pathologists

The Head of the Pathology Department of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH), Dr Afua Owusua Darkwah Abrahams, is concerned about the decline in requests for autopsies, saying that the effect could include undetected crimes.

'Rizz' named word of the year 2023 by Oxford, do you know what it means?
'Rizz' named word of the year 2023 by Oxford, do you know what it means?

'Rizz' named Word of the Year 2023 by Oxford, do you know what it means?

Are you good at chatting up or flirting with potential partners? If so, you may already have rizz, even if you didn't know it.

Adobe Nsu: Asikabew's only hope of water
A sample of the water they drink

Adobe Nsu: Asikabew's only hope of water

A week ago, The Mirror visited the Asikabew Methodist Basic School in the Nsawam-Adoagyiri Municipality of the Eastern Region where during lunch time, the menu, featured boiled beans and "gari".

Ms Margaret-Reid Bartels and Mrs Beatrice Osei Bonsu demonstrating how to eat fresh coconut to the schoolchildren

Immanuel Methodist International School marks Fruit Day

The Immanuel Methodist International School at East Airport in Accra marked its first Fruits Day last week Friday.

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