Newspaper headlines for Thursday, December 12, 2020.
An Accra High Court hearing the trial of Dr Stephen Opuni, the former CEO of COCOBOD and Seidu Agongo, the CEO of Agricult Ghana Limited has adjourned the matter to January 9, 2020 for continuation.
Dormaahene, Osagyefo Oseadeeyo Agyemang Badu II and the Dormaa Traditional Council have handed a multi-purpose building to the Ghana Police Service.
An Accra High Court has ordered the striking teacher unions to discontinue their strike action.
Minority in Parliament is accusing government of deliberately stifling the work of the Office of the Special Prosecutor in tackling corruption.
The Supreme Overlord of Dagbon, Ya-Na Mahama Abukari II, has called on the Otumfour Osei Tutu II over the disputes at Nanton, a suburb of the Dagbon area.
Femi Falana, one of the continent’s topmost human rights and media defence lawyers, has been appointed as a member of the Board of Directors of the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA).
Economics professor with the New York University, Professor Yaw Nyarko, is called on government to adopt technology to address the devastating effect of climate change on farmlands.
The three striking teacher unions have refused to call off their industrial action despite a directive from the National Labour Commission to members to return to the classroom with immediate effect.
Freelance journalist, Manasseh Azure together with legal practitioners Ace Kojo Anan Ankomah and Samson Anyenini have jumped to the defence of the Auditor General.
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the herdsmen, who are predominantly of Fulani descent, in the Mamprugu traditional area and the chiefs there.
The Accra Catholic Archdiocese will today, December 11, 2019, host a number of secular and religious leaders to discuss issues of common concern to the nation.
Newspaper headlines for Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Liquefied Petroleum Gas pump attendants will soon be licensed by EPA as part of the broader procedures to inject professionalism into the sector to reduce accidents concomitant with gas usage.
The Maker’s House Chapel International officially dedicated its new church building adjacent the School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences, Accra.
The Upper West regional director of CHRAJ has stated that GH¢1.80 allotted to each inmate for feeding is woefully inadequate.
The Head of JoyNews’ Security Desk, Gifty Andoh Appiah, has been recognised by the Ghana-United States Security Governance Initiative, for her works.
Members of parliament are pushing for a fresh probe into the execution of some 56 West African migrants including 44 Ghanaians in Gambia back in 2005.
A Supreme Court judge-nominee, Gertrude Torkornoo says the judiciary has more work to do to purge itself of corruption allegations.
Staff of Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo) have announced a sit-down strike beginning Wednesday, December 11, until further notice.
The UCC branch Manageress of ADB Bank, Jane Hammond, has died after the Cape Coast Teaching hospital (CCTH) reportedly refused to admit her due to a lack of beds.
The chiefs of Mamprugu in the North-East region have expressed outrage at an ongoing trial involving Naa Johnson Tahidu, a member of the traditional council.
The Ashanti Region chapter of the GNAT says it has arranged for some teachers to take care of children who report for school amidst their strike.
Appeals Court judge Justice Gertrude Torkornoo has backed calls for reforms in on the dress code for officials of the judiciary to reflect values and conditions of Ghana.
Two subjects of the chief of Nanton, Mohammed Bawa, are currently receiving treatment at the Tamale Teaching hospital after they were attacked by a mob in Nanton.
Two Defence lawyers in the trial of persons accused of murdering Army Major Maxwell Adam Mahama on Tuesday spent hours questioning the Specialist Pathologist who carried out the post mortem.
The confusion surrounding the death of a female teacher in Walewale in the North East Region has taken a new twist as family and friends have made an official report to the police; demanding the arrest of her husband and two others.
Veteran Journalism icon Cyril Acolatse will be laid to rest on Friday, December 13, 2019.
The Appointments Committee of Parliament is vetting Appeals Court judge, Justice Gertrude Torkornoo, following her elevation to the bench of the Supreme Court.
The Auditor-General, Mr Daniel Yao Domelevo, has been awarded the Integrity personality of the year at the maiden Integrity awards ceremony.
A 32-year-old labourer who had sex with a 12-year-old minor who was his step-daughter has been sentenced to seven years imprisonment by an Accra Circuit Court.
The Kaneshie District Court on Wednesday adjourned the treason trial involving ten persons to December 19.
Appeals Court judge, Justice Gertrude Torkornoo will Tuesday face the Appointments Committee of Parliament for her vetting as a Supreme Court judge.
Newspaper headlines for Tuesday, December 10, 2020.
A nominee of the President to the Supreme Court, Mariama Owusu has urged members of the public not be scared of judges and the court as the courtroom is a public place to serve the citizenry.
Solidaridad, an NGO in the agriculture sector, has embarked on a health walk to drum home the need for young people to pursue careers in the agricultural value chain.
Members of GACC have reiterated the call on the citizenry to report corrupt acts they witnessed towards realising gains in on-going anti-corruption campaign.
A five-year-old boy perished when he got trapped in an inferno that gutted a nine-bedroom apartment last Saturday night at Ahwiaa Over-Seas, in the Kwabre-East District.
President of Zonta Club International, Tema Chapter, Naana Aboagye Asare, has revealed that 21% of young girls in the country are in child marriage.
Latest report by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has found an increase in life expectancy in Ghana at birth by 7 years.
Ranking Member of the Mines and Energy Committee, Adam Mutawakilu has blamed the “incompetence” of the NPP government for the depreciating cedi.
The CEO of Agripower Ghana Limited, Samuel Seidu has called for a paradigm shift in Agric production in the country.
At least 50 buckets and bonnets of tricycles belonging to defunct SADA, have been burnt by fire at the Wa Public Works Department (PWD) yard.
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has urged the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States to remain united, and fight for a fairer world economic order.
Appeals Court judge, Justice Avril Lovelace-Johnson, says she "gets upset" when judges are accused of being corrupt.
The Paramount Chief of Effiduase has publicly expressed his unhappiness with the DCE for Effiduase-Asokore and her motives to ‘forcefully prevent’ development in the town.
Supreme Court judge nominee, Avril Lovelace-Johnson, has kicked against the death penalty sentence.
The Appointments Committee of Parliament vets Justice Avril Lovelace Johnson who is among three female Appeals Court justices promoted to the Supreme Court by President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
National service personnel in some schools in the North East Region have been tasked to take over teaching after three teacher groups began their nationwide strike.
Green Run, the biggest Climate Change campaign in the country has been held in Accra.
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams is cautioning pastors who take delight in foretelling elections, to be circumspect in their utterances as the 2020 elections draw near.