The headmistress of the Labone Senior High School, Mrs Mary Amankwa (seated 4th left) with seven retired staff and other staff members of the school after a send-off and Valedictory service for the seven.
Kwabena Nimo, a farmer, who teamed up with his pregnant wife, Afua Asaaba, to steal 15 bunches of plantain worth GH¢150 from a plantation at Agona Asafo, is being hunted by the police, while his wife is facing trial at the Agona Swedru District Magistrate’s Court.
The Agona Swedru District Magistrate’s Court, presided over by Mr K. B. Frempong, has issued an ultimatum to an irresponsible father, Kwaku Okyir, to name his five-month-old baby boy by August 30, 2013 and remit the child GH¢60 a month.
The Director of Operations of the Ghana Police Service, Mr John Kudalor, has said the service will maintain its presence on the ground for one more week after the Supreme Court’s judgement on the 2012 presidential election petition.
A research conducted by a health-based non-governmental organisation (NGO) has recommended to the government to simplify the policy on Community-based Health Planning and Service (CHPS) for it to become successful.
After days of prayer and fasting to seek divine intervention for the prevalence of peace in the country, religious leaders are praising God for granting Ghana peaceful atmosphere after the Supreme Court judgement on the 2012 election petition.
The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) on Wednesday expressed concern over undue delay by government to pay grants and subventions to schools and education offices which are in arrears for almost three quarters.
Residents of Kasoa in the Central Region yesterday gave President John Dramani Mahama a warm reception when he joined Muslims in the area to pray and thank God for guiding the country peacefully through the presidential election petition.
Moved by the sad looks on the faces of two suspects who stole her Ipad, Cynthia Kukah, the victim, pleaded with the court trying the suspects to temper justice with mercy and drop the charges against them.