A Warrant Officer has been arrested for attempting to blackmail a 17-year-old girl into having sex with him.
Kasoa Old market in the Central region has been razed down by fire Sunday dawn.
The President numbers veteran journalist Kwesi Pratt among his ideological rivals. But this difference, as fierce as it is, does not tell the whole story of an enduring friendship between the two.
Many girls from 10 to 15 years are into polygamous marriages in Banda, Jaman North and Asutifi South Districts of the Brong-Ahafo Region.
Residents of Brewie in Axim in the Western region are in a state of shock after an 80-year-old woman and her son, 55, were killed in a fire outbreak.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP) has described as senseless, the recent killings of officers and has vowed to deal ruthlessly with all criminals in the country.
The Ministry of Science, Innovation and Technology has encouraged local scientists to intensify research into ways to fight the fall army worm.
Fertilizers meant for distribution to farmers in the Volta Region as part of government's Planting for Food and Jobs programme, are being smuggled to Togo.
Front pages: Friday, July 21, 2017
Chairperson of the Electoral Commission says allegations of abuse of office and fraud leveled against her by some unnamed staff of the Commission are baseless and frivolous.
The National Peace Council is urging aggrieved staff of the EC and the Commission’s Chair to commit their grievances to dialogue in order to quell further row.
The Judicial Service has been ranked the most corrupt public institution in the Atwima-Nwabiagya District by the people in the area.
A law lecturer and legal practitioner says lawyers for the EC Sory@Law are not in breach of conflict of interest situation with decision to represent the Commission's Chairperson.
A private legal practitioner suspects the controversial petition seeking to impeach the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission may fail to see the light of day.
An Indian, who was arrested and deported in June 2017 for fraud and other offenses, has sued the Interior Minister, Ambrose Dery and the Director of Immigration, Kwame Takyi.
The three-day Experts meeting which started on Tuesday in Accra is to deliberate on the outbreak of the Fall Armyworm (FAW) infestation rapidly spreading across the Africa region.
The Ghana Police Service says it is yet to arrest the perpetrators of the heinous crime, which led to the shooting of two cops at Abeka Lapaz in Accra last week.
President Nana Akufo-Addo says if African leaders are to succeed in improving the living standards of their peoples, a critical piece of the puzzle has to be the availability and use of information and data.
The Lavender Hill and Mudor Faecal Treatment Plant has been enjoying high patronage since full operation began in January, this year.
The Islamic community in Ghana anxiously awaits the arrival of one of the most famous Islamic preachers and global icon, Ismail Mufti Menk, who is set to visit the country Friday.
Front pages: Thursday, July 20, 2017
A self-acclaimed Man of God at the centre of a multi-faceted scam that has rocked the Sekondi-Takoradi metropolis has been arrested by police.
The Accra Regional Police Command has impounded at least 446 unregistered motorbikes and 56 unregistered vehicles in a massive operation, following the murder of a police officer at Lapaz in Accra.
The Lands and Natural Resources Minister says government will spend GHC500 million in finding alternative livelihood for people who are affected by illegal mining popularly referred to as ‘galamsey’.
At least 50 staff of the Ghana Revenue Authority have been interdicted for allegedly aiding some private companies to evade duties and taxes.
The 13th Ghanaian Battalion of the United Nations Organisation Stabilisation Mission in Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO GHANBATT 13) has bid farewell to Joseph Annim.
More than 50 families occupying flats belonging to the State Housing Company (SHC) at Kanda in Accra, have vowed to resist attempts by the Company to relocate them.
Expert advice concerning the fight of the fall army worm, from the United Nations (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has been declined by the government
The presidency says it has now received a petition from some workers of the Electoral Commission seeking the impeachment of the Electoral Commissioner for stated misbehaviour.
The Interior Minister says the two police officers who were shot by armed robbers during a carjacking at La Paz in Accra last Thursday were not armed.
Front pages: Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Joy News has intercepted a petition filed by concerned staff of the Electoral Commission against the Chairperson, Charlotte Osei, calling for a full-scale probe into various allegations, including willfully causing financial loss to the state.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo met news editors Tuesday at the Flagstaff House to give account of his stewardship, in the last six months.
Reports reaching Joy News are that parts of the Parliament office building complex popularly called Job 600 is on fire.
The President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo on his media encounter on the July 18, 2017 announced that the Nurses and Teacher training allowances have been reinstated.
The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has invested 40 million dollars to undertake some projects in the Volta Region.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo says his administration is working tirelessly at ensuring that the many allegations of corruption and other malfeasance leveled against members of the previous government are tried.
Ghana is capable of standing on its own feet without the support of the International Monetary Fund, the president Nana Akufo-Addo has said.
President Nana Akufo-Addo says although there has been a significant improvement in supply, the country is still not where he envisages it to be in terms of energy.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has praised the media for holding his government accountable and publicising its policies.
Faith -based communities in the country have been challenged to equip their youth to build emotional resilience to deflect the emotional impact of modern life.
Angry fishermen in the Gomoa West District of the Central Region are threatening to storm the Flagstaff House and Parliament naked if the Ministry of Fisheries fails to supply them with premix fuel.
Five hundred members of the Association of Magistrates and Judges are threatening to embark on a nationwide strike over unpaid allowances.
Front pages: Tuesday, July, 2017
Central Regional Minister has welcomed the decision of some Assembly Members and traders of the Kotokuraba market to proceed to court over what they describe as unfair stall distribution.
One hundred and fifty-two people have been killed in road accidents in the Ashanti Region in the first half of this year
Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo-Maafo insists government has done no wrong inaugurating a team for the Middle Belt Development Authority ahead of passage of the regulatory law.
At least 24 people in Dohinayili, a suburb of Tamale have stolen power through illegal connections to a tune of 75,098.19 cedis.
A lecturer at the Agric Department of the University of Ghana has urged the Agric Ministry to, as a matter of urgency stop farmers from using self-made concoctions to fight the rampaging fall army worms.
Some Assembly members and traders at the Kotokuraba Market at Cape Coast in the Central region are protesting what they describe as the unfair distribution of market stalls there.
The United Nations Information Centre, Accra, will undertake a clean-up exercise at Nima tomorrow, July 18, 2017, to mark the Nelson Mandela International Day.
Yara Ghana has initiated moves to partner the government's new agricultural program known as Plant For Food and Jobs.