The Ministry of Health has inaugurated an 11-member governing board for the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) of Ghana with the mandate to secure public interest and the highest standards of training and practice of nursing and midwifery in the country.
The Anbariya Islamic Institute in Tamale has presented relief items valued at GH¢3,854,900 to the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) for onward distribution to flood victims in the Northern Region.
The Accra High Court has ordered the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) to release the passport of Caleb Kwaku Afaglo, a former Head of Management and Information Systems (MIS) at SSNIT who, together with four others are standing trial on the $60 million SSNIT Operational Business Suite (OBS) scandal.
The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), in partnership with the Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety (AMA-BIGRS), launched a Road Safety Strategy 2018-2030 in Accra last Tuesday to enhance the safety of pedestrians and motorists in the metropolis.
Eight suspected armed robbers including two Nigerians have been arraigned before a Bolgatanga High Court One in the Upper East Region for allegedly plotting to rob some gold dealers at Gbane in the Talensi District.
After weeks of training and drills, Coach Bashir Hayford will get to know if his Black Queens are battle ready for continental honours as they face two crucial tests within four days in their build-up towards the 2018 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations to be staged in Ghana later this month.
The Ghana Police Service and the other security agencies cannot be professional in their efforts to root out the menace of political vigilantism unless the laws that govern the appointment of their leaders and their operations are reformed.