President Akufo-Addo and ex-presidents Jerry Rawlings, J.A Kufour and John Mahama were among many mourners at the forecourt of the State House who bid farewell to Professor Francis Allotey.
Former Roads and Highways Minister, Inusah Fuseini, has dismissed the suggestion that incarcerated former GYEEDA Boss, Abuga Pele, may have been a victim of circumstances.
Private legal practitioner, Kofi Bentil, says state attorneys are not properly motivated to go after stolen state monies.
The Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE) has officially launched its Golden Jubilee anniversary celebration at the Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) night held at the auditorium of the Academy of Arts & Sciences in Accra on Thursday, 22nd February, 2018
The AMA has claimed that ongoing efforts to decongest the city has reduced waste collection from the Central Business District by 30 percent.
XpressGas Limited, a leading supplier, distributor and marketer of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) to the Ghanaian market, has held a customer service training workshop for 20 of its staff on the theme: The Total Customer Solution.
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The Advertising Association of Ghana has renewed calls for regulation of advertising practice in Ghana to protect the interest of consumers and to ensure sanity in the industry.
Is this Africa’s answer to Kim Kardashian? With a backside that measures an astonishing 60 inches, Eudoxie Yao is certainly turning heads.
At least 500 residents, including children, have been displaced following a heavy downpour at the Nkwanta South Constituency of the Volta Region.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has promised to respect the independence of Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu in the discharge of his responsibilities.
The Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu has used his swearing-in ceremony to pay a glowing tribute to a lecturer whom he has credited for helping him become a lawyer.
President Akufo-Addo has left Ghana on Friday for a 10-day visit to Togo, the United States of America and Germany.
Businessman, Philip Akpeena Assibit, is expected to appeal his conviction by an Accra High court which sentenced him to 12 years.
A 20-year-old final year student of Osino Presbyterian Senior High School in the Eastern Region Kelvin Asiedu has drowned in an abandoned galamsey pit at Osino.
A High Court has convicted a former top government official and a private service provider after they were found guilty of 19 counts.
Joy News’ Maxwell Agbagba was among top winners at the 2017 Engineering Awards held in Accra on Thursday.
The BBC is seeking a rising star of African journalism for the BBC World News Komla Dumor Award, now in its fourth year.
Front pages: Friday, February 23, 2018
EOCO says it has concluded investigations into the controversial SSNIT ICT infrastructure scandal which dominated the headlines last year.
Waste management company, Zoomlion Ghana, says it welcomes the Youth Employment Agency’s review of the Youth in Sanitation Module.
Here are the stories that made the news Thursday.
The Autonomous Underwater Vehicles normally cost close to $70,000 to manufacture but without external funding, a Ghanaian team is building one using basic materials and technology.
The National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) in Bole in Northern Region says they are working to get some relief items to victims of Monday’s storm.
The total disregard for road safety regulations by some motorists across the country has contributed to the alarming rate of road fatalities especially in the beginning of this year.
It is a job that is considered degrading and demeaning by Ghana's Supreme Court but which has a few taking it up as a livelihood.
The Vice President was the chief waiter serving men and women in uniform at the 2017 General Headquarters West African Soldiers Social Activities Celebration of the Ghana Armed Forces at Burma Camp.
Government has assured, it will continue to provide the necessary logistics to enable the military to discharge their duty of ensuring law and order and protecting the nation’s borders.
An investigative committee report on alleged sexual abuse at Ejisuman Senior High School could contain damning revelations on how some female students were sexually abused.
Gloria Akuffo has assured EOCO of her continued support as it combats high-profile economic and organised crimes in Ghana.
The Sanitation Minister, Joseph Kofi Adda has said the Mallam market women whose bags of salt were destroyed by soldiers last week will not be compensated.
Front pages: Thursday, February 22, 2018
President of the Ghana School of Law SRC says some students that have been frustrated by the mass Bar exams failure are contemplating suicide.
Despite criticisms that he is failing at his job to keep the country clean, Sanitation Minister, Kofi Adda, is confident of proving his detractors wrong soon.
One of the prophets known to have predicted the death of Dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns has kicked against what he says are attempts to silence prophets in Ghana.
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 Independent Examination Board for law students has received the backing of an MP following a renewed push to have it scrapped.
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.