The Principal of the Christian Leadership Bible Training Institute has urged the school's new graduates to “be true disciples of Christ”.
Government has urged unemployed health workers picketing at the Health ministry to go home with the assurance that it is working to provide them jobs.
The Youth Employment Agency (YEA) says from June 2018, it will no longer proceed with a contract on the Youth in Sanitation module with waste management company, Zoomlion.
Former President Kufuor has been revealing why he refused to sign death warrants for the execution of inmates condemned to death at the Nsawam Prisons.
Vice- President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has described late Chairman of NPP Council of Elders, Akenten Appiah-Menka, as mentor, patriot and a pillar of the ruling party
Pressure is building for the scrapping of the Law School's Independent Examination Board (IEB) following the catastrophic failure in the 2017 Bar exams.
The Concerned Law Students says the mass failure recorded in the final Bar exams justifies calls to scrap the entrance examination.
Front pages: Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Law students across the country have declared Wednesday a "Red Day" to show their disapproval of the results of the 2017 Bar exams.
Government has reiterated its ban on the export of labour to the Gulf Region following reports 500 Ghanaians are stranded in Dubai.
The mass failure recorded in last year's Ghana Bar exams appear to have strengthened the cause of a US-based Ghanaian professor who has been campaigning for reforms in Ghana's law education.
The Health Ministry says it is unable to give a timeline at which nurses who are picketing the Ministry for jobs will be posted.
Live, Move, Have your Being, a not-for-profit organization is organizing its third edition of a seminar series on fertility and pregnancy-related challenges on February 23, 2018, at the Coconut Groove Hotel.
A total of 206 law students are to repeat the entire course after failing the final Bar exams at the Ghana School of Law.
A group calling itself “Unemployed Nurse Assistants Association 2016”, is alleging that police personnel attacked and beat them up Monday, after they picketed the Health Ministry.
La Dadekotopon Municipal Assembly could face legal action if it fails to close down a polluting factory cited within a residential area.
A new study by health experts at Korle Bu has revealed that an increasing number of women are opting for the Caesarian section in the delivery of their babies.
A full capacity audience of graduates and young professionals attended the GUBA Careers event at Clyde & Co in London on Saturday, February 10, 2018.
The First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, has commissioned a CHPS Compound built by her foundation: the Infanta Malaria Prevention Foundation, for the Nyanshegu Community in Tamale.
Front pages: Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Here are the stories that made the news Monday.
Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto has asked the media to stop exaggerating the impact of the felling of cocoa trees in some communities for rubber plantation.
The family of an Achimotan student who was shot dead by her colleague is urging the state to appeal a High Court decision which discharged the juvenile convict.
The military has vehemently defended its invasion of a disputed land around Mallam in Accra where traders had their wares, including bags of salt, completely destroyed.
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Women who have just had sex and those in their menstrual periods are not allowed to cook Wasawasa, a popular staple made from yam in some parts of northern Ghana.
Angry traders at the Mallam market in Accra have accused the Sanitation Minister, Kofi Adda of being the brain behind an attack on them by military personnel last Thursday.
Cancer-causing pollution within the La Dadekotopon Municipality has left residents fuming over the inability of the local authorities to take action.
A policy analyst and Member of the Public Interest Accountability Committee Dr Steve Manteaw has debunked claims by the Energy Minister that the ExxonMobil agreement is the best ever agreement signed in the petroleum sector.
Jerry John Rawlings says the appointment of Martin Amidu as Special Prosecutor is a strong indication of the commitment to combat the disease of corruption.
The Director in charge of Transport and Logistics at the Flagstaff House has said journalists keeping and using state vehicles would soon be named, shamed and prosecuted.
Front pages: Monday, February 19, 2018
A group calling itself the Concerned Law Students has threatened to seek redress at the Supreme Court if Parliament fails to withdraw the controversial Legal Profession Regulation.
Bolgatanga residents have appealed to management of the nation’s broadcaster, GTV to re-broadcast the footage of Martin Amidu’s vetting.
Professor Stephen Kwaku Asare says the negative reactions to findings of a controversial research on the judiciary constitute an attack on academic freedom.
University of Ghana Law Professor Raymond Atuguba is not surprised at the negative reaction his latest study on the work of the judiciary has elicited.
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University of Ghana Law Professor Raymond Atuguba has explained the complications that come with his work as a political and constitutional critical analyst.
American agricultural firm Monsanto says it is still open to the possibility of resuming work on GMO crops in Ghana after withdrawing from the country two years ago.
Cocoa farmers in the Eastern Region are demanding an end to the destruction of cocoa trees to make way for rubber plantations.
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A group calling itself the Concerned Ghanaians Association is calling on the government to commence an investigation into the award of contract for the construction of the Desalination Plant in Teshie.
Polytank (Gh) Limited has introduced new designs for some of its non-storage products such as Poly kiosk, Plastic pallets, Road barriers and Traffic cones.
A Law lecturer at the University of Ghana has suggested that members of the General Legal Council should have been in jail by now.
Front pages: Friday, February 16, 2018
The Ghana Institution of Engineering is leading an advocacy for the passage of a Legislative Instrument to fully implement the Engineering Council Act.
The Jospong Group of Companies has reacted to news of a bench warrant issued for the arrest of its CEO, stating that firm steps are being taken to resolve the legal problem.
President Akufo-Addo has called the African Union to action to end the incidents of the continuing and deepening crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The founder of Poverty Alleviation, Water Purification, Education and Development, an NGO, has called on development authorities to help restore the country's river bodies.
Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has charged the Ghana Navy to intensify its patrol of the sea to arrest all criminal groups involved in the smuggling of petroleum products.
Tonnes of farm produce could go to waste in parts of the Upper East Region due to lack of storage facilities and ready market.
MCE for Mfantseman Municipality of the Central Region stopped on his way to work to direct traffic after encountering a monstrous jam.