The National Democratic Congress (NDC) says it would in due course address what it described as the government's manipulation of State-Owned Media that are characterised by biased reporting and unequal access to opposition parties.
EPP Books Services has been appointed as the local partner of Book Power of the United Kingdom to ensure that relevant tertiary-level textbooks are supplied to educational institutions in the country at low prices.
An Accra Fast Track Court on Friday ordered Mr David Lamptey a defence counsel in the Ghana Rubber Estates Limited (GREL) divestiture case, to furnish it with a written submission of 'no case' against his client on Monday, November 3.
President John Agyekum Kufuor on Friday, said African leaders would cooperate with the churches and other religious organisations to improve on the image of the African and add value to humanity on the continent.
Mr Yaw Osafo-Maafo, Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, on Friday said Government was at the final stages of enacting an insurance law that would make sure that certain national assets were insured.
Members of Parliament on Friday questioned the justification for the practice whereby Ghana Telecom (GT) make their ONE-touch customers disclose their identity and provide their passport pictures at the point of purchasing phone chips.
Participants at the end of a three-day "Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation of HIPC Projects" Workshop in Tamale on Friday called on the government to consult communities that are to benefit from HIPC projects before contracts are awarded.
The Minority in Parliament on Thursday vehemently tried to oppose the ratification of the bilateral agreement between the Governments of Ghana and the United States of America but they were defeated in their bid to do so.
Mr Stephen Asamoah-Boateng, a Deputy Minister of Information, has said the government will not be deterred by the campaign of vilification by the National Democratic Congress (NDC), from getting the country out of its present economic situation.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Caucus in Parliament on Monday said it deplored the manner in which the government had so far handled the crisis at the Volta River Authority (VRA) describing it as poor and appalling.
The government on Tuesday raised concerns over what it described as the subtle manoeuvre by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) to take sole credit for the recent freeing of 176 slave children sent to work at Yeji in the Brong Ahafo Region and other communities around the Volta Lake.