Government to award Sawla-Wa Road on contract

Government will soon awards the Sawla-Wa Road on contract, to open up the districts in the western corridor of the Northern Region to facilitate the movement of people, goods and services.

Works on Kasoa road to be completed in 2016

Construction works on the Western By-Pass at Kasoa would be completed in September 2016 to help ease the traffic volume on that stretch of road.

Mfantsipim old Boys to set up University College

The Mfantsipim Old Boys Association (MOBA) has set up a 13-member special task force to develop plans and strategies relevant to the establishment of its proposed University College.

Akwatia to benefit from cocoa roads programme – Veep

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has announced that government has secured funding to rehabilitate the Akwatia roads as part of the Cocoa Roads Rehabilitation Programme. He said the contract for the Akwatia roads rehabilitation would be awarded to a contractor by next month.

Ghana to miss digital switchover deadline

Ghana’s bid to migrate from analogue to digital terrestrial television set out in June, by the International Telecommunication Union is quashed due to financial constraints to deploy infrastructure, the Communications’ Ministry said on Wednesday.

President Mahama announces road package for Northern Region

President John Dramani Mahama on Saturday announced a road package to open up a number of communities in the Northern Region. He said apart from re-shaping, most of the roads would be tarred to make them more motorable for carting goods to commercial centres.

President Mahama announces construction of five new hospitals

President John Mahama has announced that the government has begun processes to construct five new district hospitals across the country, to improve access to health care for all.

Preliminary works to begin on Ho Airport

Falcon Crest Investment, a Ghanaian Construction firm, is to begin preliminary works at the Ho Airport site this week. This follows the official handing over of the site to the Company on Tuesday, by Madam Helen Ntoso, Volta Regional Minister.

Fire Service cautions Cape Coast Ministry Block occupiers

The Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) has cautioned ministries, departments and agencies in the Cape Coast Ministry Block that they were sitting on a time bomb so far as fire safety was concerned.

Ghana gets new housing policy

Ghana can now boast of a comprehensive National Housing Policy that would serve as a guide to the activities of all State and non-state actors in the housing sector.
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