The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo Prampram constituency, Mr Sam George, has called on the government to implement the United Nations (UN) conventions on the statelessness of refugees in the country.
llegal mining (galamsey) operations are continuing to soar especially in the Amansie West District of the Ashanti region despite efforts by the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Illegal Mining (IMCIM) to stop it.
Milabban Population Network (MAPnet) a not for profit organization concerned with population issues has called on the National Commission on Civic Education (NCCE) and other civic organization to commit to educate the populace on the need to register births and deaths.
The Ghana Federation of Disability (GFD) Organisations has said that the Sexual Reproductive Health Right (SRHR) of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) in the country has been considered as an afterthought and not a priority.
Although he probably thought he had been set free after allegedly stabbing the breast of his victim, a self-styled footballer at Ashongman Estate, a suburb of Accra, has been re-arrested following a directive issued by an Accra Circuit Court.
People from all walks of life Saturday paid their last respect to the late Paramount Chief of Nandom Traditional Area, Naa (Dr) Puoure Puobe Chiir VII, where he has been laid in state at the forecourt of the Nandom Palace in the Upper West Region.
Of the many social vices that Chorkor has become notorious for, the most worrisome — and perhaps creepy — practise gradually becoming a norm is the sight of gays and lesbians having sex in the open without fear or shame.
A fake pastor who engaged eight apprentice seamstresses last Monday at Berekum in the Bono Region in a morning prayer session ended up robbing them of their four mobile phone tablets valued at GH¢2,850.00.
The Ghana Education Service (GES), in collaboration with TOA House, a civil society organisation, has launched a national Senior High School (SHS) Plastic Recovery Programme to inculcate in students the habit of segregating waste.
Advertisements on many herbal and orthodox medicines, as well as herbal-based alcoholic beverages, have become common these days, with messages in the advertisements promising aphrodisiac powers for men and slimming effects for women.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has explained that the visa waiver deal between Ghana and Malta only applies to holders of diplomatic and service passports on official duties and not the general public.