Revenues from property rates could reduce the over-dependence of Municipal and District Assemblies in the Volta region on the District Assemblies Common Fund.
Mr Moses Owharo, President of Nigerian Community in Ghana, on Friday cautioned Nigerians in Ghana against the acquisition of fake Nigerian voters identification cards in Ghana for next years presidential election in Nigeria.
Although the deadline for the street naming exercisehas ended, some assemblies in the Western Region could not complete the exercise due to some difficulties.
The official newspaper of China's ruling Communist Party backs Hong Kong's embattled leader against calls to resign from thousands of pro-democracy protesters.
Chief Superintendent Kaletse Tefutor, Bawku Divisional Commander of the Ghana Police Service, on Wednesday advocated fair treatment to crime suspects in police custody once they had not proven guilty by any competent court.
A leading charity on Thursday warned that the current rate of five new Ebola infections per hour in Sierra Leone has brought the country's health care system to a breaking point.
A fourth year student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has won the 2014/2015 Newmont Ahafo Development Foundation (NADeF)/Liebherr Excellence Scholarship Award.
Participants at a days workshop organized by the Water Resource Commission, have identified inhuman activities as the main factor destroying most of the countrys water bodies.
Muslim leaders have been charged to propagate messages in the Quaran that emphasise on good conduct, and educate the Muslim community against corruption.
Ms Gladys Brew, National Co-ordinator of Safe Motherhood, said pregnancies should be decisions of choice and not chance, to avoid the many unsafe abortions and their related maternal and infant mortality cases across the country.
The Afghan Attorney General's Office confirmed Thursday reopening a multi-million-dollar bank fraud case after the country's newly-elected president ordered an investigation into a 2010 scandal that almost brought the financial sector to collapse.
The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana (PFAG), has advocated for the passage of a Cattle Ranching Law to help check the destruction of farms by herds.
Parliament on Thursday approved Dr Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, as Trade and Industry Minister, but scathed him on his posture and attitude on his appearance before the Appointments Committee.
A blast in a Bulgarian explosives factory killed 15 people, civil protection chief Nikolay Nikolov said Thursday.
The Western Regional Queen Mothers Association (QMA) has appealed to women, especially those in the Region, to file for nominations and offer themselves for elections when the Electoral Commission (EC) sets the date for the Metropolitan, Municipal and District assembly election.
The Western Regional branch of MTN Ghana is to provide internet services for the public to access information free as part of activities to mark its month long festival to be observed this October.
The Central Regional Chief Farmer, Nana Kwesi Fori, has debunked allegations that the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) Farmers Scholarship Trust was a fluke, as was being speculated by some members of the public.
The President of Wassa Fiase Traditional Council, Osagyefor Dr. Kwamena Enimil VI, has said the Great Asamankoman Royal family has resolved to end the long standing chieftaincy dispute in the family.
A Tarkwa Circuit Court on Thursday sentenced a 36- year-old raw rubber tapper , Ebo Justice, to 36 months imprisonment in hard labour for stealing raw rubber valued 2,00 Ghana cedis.
Two men from Bakado in Sekondi, Shaban Karim, 25-year old mechanic and Mohammed Tanko, 20, a mason, have been granted bail in the sum of 16,000 Ghana cedis with two sureties to be justified by the Tarkwa Circuit Court for attempting to sell fake gold.