Downpour prevented climax of festival at Senya Beraku

The climax of this year’s celebration of Akomase festival by the Chief’s and people of Senya Beraku Traditional area has been deferred to next year due to the heavy downpour in the area last Tuesday 26th August, 2014.

Palmwine could be poisonous

Dr Kwame Aidoo, Deputy Director, International Stingless Bee Centre, University of Cape Coast, has said palm wine tappers were using harmful insecticides to control organisms that cause rot at the incision point of the palm trunk making the wine poisonous.

Takoradi NDC Constituency elects new executives

The Takoradi constituency of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has elected new executives to steer the affairs of the party for the next four years.

Immigration Service launches programme against child trafficking

The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS), Effutu Municipal Command, has launched a project that seeks to help reduce the incidence of child trafficking by 70 percent in the area by the end of 2016. The Effutu Municipal Commander of the Service, Mrs.

Asante Kotoko presents trophies to sponsors

First Capital Plus League and MTN Knockout champions, Kumasi Asante Kotoko on Wednesday, presented the two trophies to their headline sponsors, MTN in Accra.

JAK Foundation supports Kojo Ashong community

The John Agyekum Kufour (JAK) Foundation has provided the Kojo Ashong community in the Ga West Municipality with a mechanized borehole, solar-powered lights and a labour ward facility.

Chamber of Mines bemoans paltry royalties to communities

The Ghana Chamber of Mines says the poor state of host communities continues to reflect negatively on the mining industry.

Prosecutors sharpen skills against organised crime

A three-day national workshop aimed at updating the knowledge and skills of prosecutors and law enforcement officers, to better fight organised crime has opened in Accra.

SGL Royal Kapita Limited starts operations

A new financial investment advisory institution, the SGL Royal Kapita Limited, officially opened for business on Wednesday, pledging to provide informal workers innovative investment instruments.

Rawlings book launch case in court September 4

An Accra Fast Track High Court will on September 4 hear a writ filed by Ex- President Jerry John Rawlings seeking to restrain Professor Kweku Danso-Boafo, from launching a book titled: “JJ Rawlings and the Democratic Transition in Ghana”.
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