By GNA ReportersAccra, Oct 1, GNA – Some heads of basic schools in Accra have urged Ghanaians not to be distressed over the sex education their wards are receiving in schools because they do not include lessons, which support the agenda of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Gen
By Edmund Quaynor, GNAKoforidua, Oct. 1, GNA - The next government of the Convention Peoples Party(CPP) will build a robust National Health Insurance Scheme(NHIS) that will ensure that all members of the scheme will undergo full medical examination annually.
By Iddi Yire, GNAAccra, Oct 1, GNA – Ghanaians have been urged to come out in their numbers during the December 17 referendum to vote massively in favour of the election of Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs).
By Yaw Ansah, GNAAccra, Oct 1, GNA - Ghana today demonstrated her readiness to end plastic pollution by joining the Global Plastic Action Partnership (GPAP) and out doored the Ghana National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP).
By Stephen Asante, GNAKumasi, Oct. 01, GNA - The European Union (EU) has cautioned Ghana to be proactive in restoring its degraded forest and tree cover in the wake of the changing climatic conditions.
By Iddi Yire, GNAAccra, Oct 1, GNA – Mr Justice Emile Francis Short, a former Commissioner of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), has advocated for the formation of a civil society Coalition on the “Conduct of Public Officers Bill”.
By Comfort Sena Fetrie, GNATamale, Oct. 01, GNA – The Northern Region office of the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), has stated that the sector created thousands of jobs in the last half decade in the country for the youth.
By Yussif Ibrahim, GNA Kumasi, Oct. 01, GNA – The Ghana Chamber of Mines (GCM) is making a strong case for the sustainable development of mining communities following the passage of the Mineral Development Fund (MDF) Act in 2016
By Kwaku Gyedu Isaac, GNA Bibiani (WN), Oct. 01, GNA - Eighty-nine students in the Bibiani Anhwiaso Bekwai Municipality of the Western North Region have been awarded government scholarships to further their education at the tertiary level
By Albert Futukpor, GNATamale, Oct. 1, GNA – The Northern Development Authority (NDA) is set to begin sale of abandoned tricycles within its premises to interested persons within its jurisdiction as part of measures to prevent them from further deterioration.
By Caleb Kuleke, GNAHo, Oct. 01 GNA - Assembly members of Agotime-Ziope District have overwhelmingly endorsed the President's nominee, Mr John Kwaku Amenya as the District Chief Executive (DCE).All 22 Assembly members vote
Accra, Oct. 1, GNA - As part of activities of the 2019 Ghana Army Week Celebrations, the Ghana Army has held a cocktail reception to honour past Chiefs of the Defence Staff (Army) and Chiefs of the Army Staff at the Arakan Officers’ Mess.This is to provide the platform to officially inform the Generals of the Army Week celebr
By Christabel Addo, GNA Accra, Oct. 1, GNA - studies have shown that more than 75 per cent of blindness and visual impairment that occurred globally were avoidable, as they could either be cured or prevented.
Accra, Oct. 1, GNA - Mr. Ambrose Dery, Minister of the Interior, has called on Security and Departmental Heads of all agencies to ensure Ghanaians feel safe by maintaining high standards of discipline, decorum and professionalism when enforcing law and order.