The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA) has denied that fruits from Ghana have been banned from major international markets due to the negative impact of fruit flies and other plant pests and diseases.
A Supreme Court judge, Mr Justice Joseph B. Akamba, has advised the newly appointed Deputy Commissioner of the Electoral Commission (EC) to use the opportunity given to her to serve on the commission to straighten up any challenging areas of its work.
A taxi driver, Kwaku Enina, and his two sisters—Augustina Tetteh, an apprentice hairdresser and Ekua Mansa, a trader— have appeared before the Agona Swedru Circuit Court for allegedly conspiring with their mother to kill one Isaac Tetteh, 38, at Awutu
Some members of the public, especially persons with disabilities (PWDs) have questioned the decision by some public and private organisations in the country not to allow taxi cabs to enter into their premises.
All offences and their fines under the spot fines initiative to be introduced next month should be published, the Director of Magis Literacy Age Foundation, Mr Haroun Tetteh-Mensah, has appealed to the police administration.
Metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies (MMDAs) and agencies have to begin to find new ways of dealing with environmental degradation, the Deputy Greater Accra Regional Minister, Nii Djanmah Vanderpuye, has suggested.
One hundred and twelve students of the Commonwealth Hall of the University of Ghana, Legon have been granted self-recognisance bail after they had organised a float and a march on Saturday in defiance of the Public Order Act.
Three suspected armed robbers said to have specialised in the use of motorbikes to rob residents of Accra New Town and surrounding communities in Accra were on Friday night killed by the police in a shootout.