Some basic schools in deprived communities which produced pupils who could hardly qualify for grade ‘C’ senior high schools in the Central Region, have metamorphosed into shining stars, producing students who have secured admission to Adisadel College, Mfantseman Girls, St Augustine’s College and Achimota School.
A paint manufacturing company, CRESTA Paints Group, has sponsored the installation of a solar-powered mechanised borehole facility at Korle New Town near Nyerede Electoral Area close to Koforidua in the New Juaben Municipality in the Eastern Region.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said to stop climate change, world leaders must put aside the “unnecessary arguments” and rather channel their energies and resources into what can be done to counteract climate change and its devastating effect, especially in Africa.
The Ashanti Regional Police Command has interdicted three of its men from the Konongo Division for their alleged role in the death of 36-year-old Kofi Amponsah, a resident of Adomfe, near Bompata in the Asante Akyem North District.
The West Africa Media Excellence Conference and Awards (WAMECA) opened in Accra yesterday, with a call on stakeholders to take action to tackle the spread of fake news and abuse of social media ahead of the 2020 general election in Ghana.
The Head of the Department of Research at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC), Dr Emmanuel Kwesi Aning, has asserted that Ghana is vulnerable to threats of terror attacks, despite assurances that the country is safe.
Practical innovations targeted to address technical and vocational needs of Ghana and beyond will soon be the hall mark of the Ho Technical University (HTU), the new Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ben Quarshie Honyenugah, has indicated.
The Upper East Regional Coordinating Director, Alhaji Mahamadu Azanko, says the Adolescent Girls Programme — initiated by the United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA) — has led to a reduction in maternal and neonatal mortality and teenage pregnancies in the region.
As Ghana joined the rest of the world in celebrating World Poverty Eradication Day yesterday, its scorecards on poverty reduction and inequality are showing contradictory tales, with more than 2.4 million people living in extreme poverty.
Ghana and Nigeria have agreed on the creation of a temporary corridor on Nigeria’s western border with Benin, where Ghanaian goods in transit from Benin, and vice versa, can pass to avoid collateral damage arising from the closure of Nigeria’s borders with Benin.
Mrs Seinye Lulu-Briggs, widow of the late Nigerian billionaire and philanthropist, High Chief Olu Benson Lulu-Briggs, is challenging the jurisdiction and orders of the Kaneshie District Magistrate Court in Accra, for an inquest.
The Twellium Foundation in line with its goal to change people’s lives with every bottle of Verna Mineral Water purchased has constructed a six-unit classroom block for the people of the Dzabukpo community in the Volta Region.
After two months of well-deserved vacation, judges, lawyers and auxiliary staff involved in the justice delivery system are back to play their individual roles in ensuring that justice is served to the public.
The Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) has launched a GH¢100 million endowment fund and a strategic plan to transform the institute into a centre of excellence in communication education in the country.