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Health Professionals Honoured

The Medical Excellence Awards (MEA), instituted three years ago to recognise outstanding achievements of personalities in the field of healthcare, has honoured 24 people in its third edition. The event which was held at the Banquet Hall recognised health professionals from all levels of the health profession, including doctors, dentists, …

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Photos+Video: “Libya Stop Disgracing Us” – Shatta Wale Joins Chris Brown, Cardi B And Others To Condemn Slave Trade In Libya

Black-Africans are being sold in Libya as slaves and after weeks of the report, social media and celebrities are gradually protesting and condemning the barbaric act. Among the likes of Cardi B, Chris Brown and Tiwa Savage, Shatta Wale has added his voice as one of the famous people who …

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Governance group commends gov’ts for effective collaboration

Programme Director of Making All Voices Count (MAVC) has commended various governments on the continent, where they work for their collaboration and support in citizens engagement. Dr Fletcher Tembo said the relationship with governments have improved over the years with the implementation of the projects under the MAVC initiative to harness the …

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Ankaful strike: Director apologises to nurses, workers

The hospital director of the Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital has apologized for “going overboard” in resolving some systemic challenges in the hospital. In a four-paged letter af apology copied to the Regional Minister, Central Region,  and the Chief Executive of the Mental Authority and three others, Dr Eugene K Dordoye chronicled …

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Finland rolls out bread made from crushed crickets

A Finnish bakery is to offer bread made from crushed crickets in a move that is hoped will help tackle world hunger. Fazer Bakery in Finland said the product, available in its stores from Friday, was the first of its kind. Each loaf produced will contain about 70 crickets that …

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A Right to Information Act could have saved KABA

Today is an unusual writing day for me; I think I have had an encounter with a rare Angel, beautiful, elegant, and full of life, and her presence delayed my day, leaving me with only two hours of writing time – not enough time to produce my best. KABA was …

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Petitioners want Brong Ahafo region to be split into three

The Brong Ahafo region may be split into three if requests from petitioners seeking the split are able to make a convincing argument before the Commission of Inquiry. Already, two petitions from different parts of the regions are before the Commission, all seeking a new region out of the existing …

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Photos: Becca signs KABA’s book of condolence

Bubbly musician Rebecca Acheampong known in the entertainment industry as Becca on Thursday signed Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong book of condolence. The book was opened at the Kokomlemle office of the Multimedia Group in honour of the late Asempa presenter who died at Korle-bu  last Saturday.        

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Ghanaian and Indian film industries sign MoU – Mike Ocquaye Jnr.

Ghana’s High Commissioner to India, Mike Ocquaye Jnr has revealed that a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between Film makers in Ghana and India. In an interview with JoyNews’ Becky, the High Commissioner mentioned that the collaboration with Bollywood is important in strengthening Ghana’s film industry. According to …

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234 killed in third quarter of 2017 in Ashanti region

At least  234 people died in road accidents in the Ashanti Region between January and October, 2017. Regional Manager of the National Road Safety Commission, Samuel Asiamah  says most of  the  tragedies were caused by tricycles, motorbikes and private cars. Accidents involving commercial vehicles however dropped over the period compared …

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