DVLA respond to concerns of driver Association

Mr Rudolph Beckley, Chief Executive Officer of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) on Tuesday, said the Authority would not distort its programme, particularly that on the implement ion of the policy on seat belts.

Jomoro DCE escape death

Jomoro DCE, Mr.Sylvester Nuomah Daddieh, the District Chief Executive for Jomoro narrowly escaped death when an official vehicle in which he was travelling on was involved in an accident.

About 75 percent of accident deaths due to mishandling

Unprofessional handling of car crash victims by volunteer rescuers has been identified as a major factor leading to the death of many of these victims.

Leave judges to discharge their duties- CJ

The Chief Justice, Mrs Georgina Theodora Wood on Wednesday appealed to families, friends, community leaders to leave judges alone to discharge their duties in accordance with their Oath of Office.

NPP will sanction party member arrested in police recruitment scam

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Western Region has said the party would sanction Mr. Amos Kofi Brown, who was arrested for his alleged involvement in police recruitment scam in the Region. The Western Regional Organiser of the NPP, Mr.

Government to Modernise Intellectual Property-Attorney-General

The Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Mrs Marrieta Brew Appiah-Oppong on Wednesday said the country was modernising its intellectual property regime to meet the needs of the current times.

Ghana’s ADR law is internationalised – Austin Gamey

Mr Austin Gamey, Chief Executive of Gamey and Gamey Group says Ghana’s Alternative Dispute (ADR) Law is internationalised so there is the need to build capacity of personnel to appropriately handle arbitration matters.

Former GREDA boss arraigned

Former GREDA boss, Dr Alexander Kofi Tweneboah, Wednesday appeared before an Accra Magistrates’ court on the charge of SIM box fraud.

Task Force impounds 378 pieces of pirated textiles

The Anti-piracy Task Force on Wednesday seized 378 pirated textiles at the Accra Central Market after mounting surveillance in the vicinity. The task force would wait for directives from the Ministry of Trade and Industry to prosecute offenders and burn the textiles.

Court jails unemployed for fraud

An Accra Circuit Court has sentenced Eric Selorm Nortsu, unemployed, to a five-year imprisonment in hard labour for defrauding by false pretense. He pleaded not guilty but after trial he was convicted and sentenced accordingly.
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