President Nana Akufo-Addo, has assured that, shortly, Government will put out a statement setting out a comprehensive roadmap, to deal with galamsey.
The Noble Order of the Knights of Marshall has expressed its aversion to the evil of corruption, which had become the stock in trade of most Ghanaians especially public office holders.
The Tamale North MP has argued, the accident involving Okyenhene’s convoy on Sunday, is a highlight of unsafe roads in the country.
The Minister for Regional Reorganization and Development, Dan Kwaku Botwe, has impressed on the media to give attention to development oriented reportage.
Prof. Kenneth Agyemang Attafuah has condemned attempts to mar his credibility by some persons suggesting he is behind the manufacturing and circulation of fake Ghana cards.
The Ga Traditional Council, yesterday, lifted the ban on drumming and noise making at the forecourt of the Gbese Mantse Blohum, palace of the Gbese Chief in a grand style.
Front pages: Monday, June 18, 2018
A fifteen-year-old boy is battling for life with a spine injury on the hospital bed after he fell off a mango tree at Wiamoase in Ashanti Region.
Mr Nyantakyi has vowed to fight corruption allegations against him following the investigative documentary by Anas.
Reports coming in from the Eastern region indicate that the Okyehene’s convoy has been involved in an accident at Osino, along the main Kumasi to Accra Highway.
Hundreds of men graced the 2018 Asempa FM's Fathers' Day Fun Fair held at the premises of The Multimedia Group, Kokomemle, Accra on Sunday June 17.
A physically challenged woman, Rita Kriba, has filed a suit at the Human Rights Court against Africa World Airlines after she was denied a seat on its Kumasi-bound flight.
Managing partner at Benchi-Enchil, Letsa and Ankomah, Ace Annan Ankomah, has been elected as Board member of a network of independent law firms.
The NIA has disassociated itself from some pictures of Ghana Cards purportedly issued to Minority MPs.
The Sunyani Central Prisons has come under pressure after its only 33-seater bus was seized for failure to honour a GH¢435,000 judgement debt slapped on it by the Sunyani High Court.
At least four persons died on the spot after they were run into by a speeding truck at a popular food joint at Chiraa, a farming community in the Sunyani West District.
Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, has described Ghanaian Muslims as world best Islamic Ambassadors.
Works and Housing Minister Samuel Atta Akyea has advised the youth to respect their spiritual values to reduce moral decadence in the country.
A young lady is currently battling for her life at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) after she was allegedly tortured by the police Friday.
Photos have emerged of two of the country’s respected traditional leaders showing rare moments of excitement.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has submitted to the police, evidence backing corruption claim against deposed Football Association president, Kwesi Nyantakyi.
The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has assured the Muslim community in Ghana that his government remains committed to their welfare.
Tears, excitement, anxiety and despair: 60 dramatic pictures you should watch from the National Science and Math Quiz 2018 currently underway at the University of Ghana
New accounts of missing babies are emerging after reports surfaced earlier this week of a couple who alleges Ridge Hospital lost their newborn baby.
The Alexander Akwasi Acquah Foundation (AAAF) presented 40 pieces of wax prints to the Muslim community in Oda in the Birim Central Municipal Assembly of the Eastern Region Friday.
The father of a twin who has gone missing at Ridge Hospital has said, he never saw the corpse of his 'dead' baby as alleged by the hospital authorities.
Human rights activists and stakeholders in the justice sector have advocated that people who are involved in petty offences should not be treated as criminals or made to face imprisonment.
This photo is not a soccer fan cheering his favourite football team. No.
The Medical Director at the Ridge Hospital has subtly suggested health workers cannot be blamed for the recent death of a 70-year-old man.
The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has called on the government to increase funding for the health sector and emergency services in particular as part of measures to solve the no bed syndrome that has gripped the country’s leading hospitals.
The Ghana Physiotherapists Association has said the man spotted in the Anas exposé collecting bribe to approve an injured player to start in a U-17 game for Ghana is not a physiotherapist.
A young couple is pleading with medical professionals at Greater Accra Regional Hospital to provide them with details into the mysterious disappearance of their newborn child.
A private medical practitioner has argued that the financial burden placed on doctors who train outside the country, contributes to the poor health system in Ghana.
Former Chief Executive of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Dr. Felix Anyah, has opened up on some of his achievements at the facility, one of which he says is industrial peace.
More than 9 tonnes of recyclable waste materials have been generated by over 8,000 school children between the ages of 9 and 13 under the Mohinani Group Recycling and Waste Management campaign since its inception in 2016.
Front pages: Thursday, June 14, 2018
Joy News’ Richard Kwadwo Nyarko has painstakingly counted all the potholes on the Cape Coast to Kakum National Park road which have developed barely 18 months after work stopped.
Telecommunication giants MTN has donated cash and some assorted items to the National Chief Imam, Dr. Sheikh Usumanu Nuhu Sharabutu, ahead of the celebration of this year’s Eid ul-Fitr.
In an unexpected twist in the controversial KelniGVG contract, the Communications Ministry has revealed that the IT firm has installed its equipment at the data centres of the telcos.
The Royal Philharmonic Choir is set to honour First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, former Chief Justice, Georgina Theodora Woode and Nana Prof S K B Asante.
Claims of a possible breach of the right to privacy in the controversial KelniGVG traffic monitoring contract has been floored by the Legislator for Gomoa West.
Communities in the Volta Region will soon achieve the open-defecation-free status with the introduction of a new toilet technology.
The Executive Secretary of the NIA has expressed surprise at the Minority in Parliament for questioning the Authority’s position that voters ID card will not be used for the Ghana Card.
An Accra High Court has handed the Attorney General, Gloria Akuffo seven days to give former COCOBOD CEO, Dr. Stephen Opuni the documents she intends to use in prosecuting the case of causing financial loss to the state brought against him.
Otiko Afisah Djaba says government is fully committed to collaborating with persons with disabilities in fulfillment of its obligation to them.
Curious eyes will be cast the way of Konogo-Odumase SHS whose 61 points at the preliminary stage of the National Science and Maths Quiz is the highest so far by a mile.
Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has petitioned four state institutions to conduct investigations into the activities of ousted president of the GFA.
A new funding initiative hopes to highlight corruption in Ghana and across the continent, but at what cost?
Front pages: Wednesday, June 13, 2018
About ten people have been confirmed dead in a gory accident Wednesday dawn on the Suhum-Nsawam highway.
The Interior Ministry has declared Friday, June 15, 2018, as a public holiday.
Fred Pappoe admits that the rot that has been uncovered at the GFA is the result of long years of inaction by members of the Association.