The Ministry of Education has referred the tragic death of Master Richard Djamgbah, a pupil of the Suhum Aboabo Wonkier Presbyterian Basic School, who fell from a coconut tree to the police for action
The Ghana Chamber of Mines says mineral revenue of producing members fell 17 per cent to $4 billion in 2014 down from $4.8 billion the previous year
The Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems (GhIPSS) is asking the public to desist from keeping huge sums of monies at home or in their shops to avoid exposing themselves to danger
A Japanese woman, Ms Midori Tatsuki, on Tuesday donated medical equipment valued at $5,000.00 to the Ghana Health Service (GHS) to help in the improvement of emergency healthcare services in the country
Most Reverend Francis A.K. Lodonu, Catholic Bishop of Ho, has called on churches to consider establishing more schools in their domain
The Ghana Registered Nurses Association (GRNA) on Tuesday warned the general public to stop dumping solid and liquid waste into drains
Mr Isaac Affum, the Head of Physical Planning at the Sekondi Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly, has said there is no need for any demolition exercise as a measure to prevent flooding this rainy season
Scholars at a conference organised in Cape Coast have called for the review of the Communicative Skills Curricula in tertiary institutions to meet the needs of the contemporary times
Twenty-six research scientists are undergoing a mentorship programme to equip them to accelerate and strengthen their research and leadership skills under the African Women in Research and Development programme (AWARD)
The Christian Community Micro-finance Limited (CCML), has launched its ‘Better Together Campaign,’ in its quest to deliver value to customers and for the purpose of managing customer relationships in efficient ways that benefit all stakeholders
Great Olympics must put their week 17 defeat to Hearts of Oak behind them as they face Asante Kotoko in the First Capital Plus Premier League (FCPPL), mid-week duel at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Scores of fuel station attendants, in Accra, have said they feel endangered working at the pumps following the June 3 flood related inferno at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle, which claimed more than 150 lives.
Mrs Cynthia Morison, Director of Maryland Montessori School at Agona Swedru, has been elected as the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary Candidate for the Agona West to contest the 2016 general elections.
Delegates of the Effutu Constituency of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) on Saturday endorsed the candidature of Mr Alexander Afenyo-Markin by popular acclamation as the party’s parliamentary candidate for the 2016 general elections.
Mr Franklin Dzigbede, Sekondi/ Takoradi Metropolitan Director of Education on Monday expressed satisfaction at the smooth take-off of this year's Basic Education Certificate Examinations.
Some invigilators overseeing the on-going Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in the Volta Region are threatening to boycott the examination if last year’s invigilation fees were not paid by Wednesday, June 18.
Four male candidates writing this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) at the Mensonso D/A Basic School Centre in the Adansi-South District of the Ashanti Region, have abandoned the exams to engage in illegal mining (Galamsey).
Tullow Oil, with its Jubilee Partners, has donated GH¢500,000 to the 37th Military Hospital in support of the victims of June 3, flood and fire disasters.
The late arrival of examination materials delayed the start of the Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE) in almost all the centres in the Cape Coast Metropolis on Monday, according to Ghana News Agency (GNA) checks.
Professor Abdulai Salifu Asuro, the Rector of Tamale Polytechnic, has appealed to the Government to give the Polytechnics more representation on the teams and committees working on the conversion of the polytechnics into technical universities.