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Fuel Prices Go Up Today

Fuel Prices Go Up Today

Fuel Prices Go Up Today. Consumers will pay six percent more for petrol from Thursday January 16, 2014. It will sell at 233.00 pesewas per litre. Similarly the price of kerosene will shoot up by 19 percent while Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) will now sell at 8.73 percent higher per kilogramme. Also Gas oil which presently sells at the pumps […]

January 16, 2014 ·
 
John Mensah and wife, Henrietta

John Mensah Divorces Wife

John Mensah Divorces Wife Black Stars defender John Mensah and his lovely wife Henrietta have had their petition for divorce granted by an Accra High Court after months of legal battle. The court, presided over by Justice Doris Bempong, on Tuesday gave its approval for the divorce, which was filed in October last year by Henrietta.

January 16, 2014 ·
 
TEMA- Four Injured From Gas Explosion

TEMA- Four Injured From Gas Explosion

TEMA- Four Injured From Gas Explosion About four students of the Nyaneba Health Assistant Training School in Tema are currently on admission at the Tema General Hospital after a gas explosion at the school. The five according to reports were badly burnt in the explosion which happened last night.

January 14, 2014 ·
 
Judge Vows Not To Hear KMA Cases Again

Judge Vows Not To Hear KMA Cases Again

Judge Vows Not To Hear KMA Cases Again A High Court judge in Kumasi, Justice Emmanuel Amoh Yartey has vowed not to preside over any case involving the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) in the future. This according to reports is due to the lack of confidence motion filed by counsel for the KMA, Thaddeus Sory.

January 13, 2014 ·
 
Unemployed Graduates To Protest Against Government

Unemployed Graduates To Protest Against Government

Unemployed Graduates To Protest Against Government Over one hundred graduates from the country’s public universities will from Tuesday,picket at the entrance of the Education Ministry to protest the lack of job opportunities. The graduates, many of whom completed school about five years ago lamented that several efforts to secure job opportunities have proven futile.

January 13, 2014 ·
 
SSNIT

SSNIT Increases Minimum Monthly Pension by 100%

SSNIT Increases Minimum Monthly Pension The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has increased the minimum monthly pension by 100%. In a statement signed by Evangeline Amegashie, Corporate Affairs Manager of SSNIT, and issued to GNA disclosed that, the increase is from GHC100.00 to GHC200.00.

January 2, 2014 ·
 
Makola Market on fire

2013 In Review- Fire Here, Fire There

2013 In Review- Fire Here, Fire There In the next three days we shall be saying farewell to the year 2013. The year came with remarkable and unfortunate incidents. But for many, the various fire disasters that engulfed our nation would forever remain on their minds. We revisit some fire disasters that occurred across the nation.

December 28, 2013 ·
 
Library photo

Family Banished From Walewale

Family Banished From Walewale An entire family comprising a man and his two wives as well as children were banished from Walewale on the night of December 24 for an alleged recalcitrant behaviour towards the Paramount chief of Wungu. Mr Fuseini Bawa and his family were thrown out of their house on the orders of the Wungu Naba, Alhaji Saaka […]

December 26, 2013 ·
 
Refrigerators (Library photo)

British Company Ordered To Re-export Banned Fridges

British Company Ordered To Re-export Banned Fridges. The Energy Commission of Ghana has ordered a British waste management company, EnviroCom, to re-export 57 containers of banned refrigerators it illegally imported into the country within seven days. The government on January 1, 2013 banned second-hand and inefficient refrigerators which have the ozone depleting gas, chlorofluorocarbons (CFC). Such fridges release into the […]

December 26, 2013 ·
 
Fire Outbreak Rocks Tamale

Fire Outbreak Rocks Tamale

Fire Outbreak Rocks Tamale Fire has ravaged settlements and shops around the Tamale Polytechnic destroying property running into thousands of Ghana Cedis. Although the cause of the fire is not immediately known, squatters in the area suspect that the cause of the fire is as a result of a neglected heap of burning rubbish.

December 25, 2013 ·
 
Tamale- 200 Housing Project Begins

Tamale- 200 Housing Project Begins

Tamale- 200 Housing Project Begins Works on the first of 200 two-bedroom housing units worth GH¢3 million, has started at Lahagu a suburb of Tamale Metropolis. The project, which is a social housing scheme under the Community-Led Infrastructure Financing Facility, seeks to assist active productive and low income earners in the public and private sector to acquire houses under flexible […]

December 22, 2013 ·
 
Kantamanto fire

Prez Mahama Says Evidence Was Destroyed at Kumasi Market Fire Site

Prez Mahama Says Evidence Was Destroyed at Kumasi Market Fire Site. President John Mahama has stated that an investigation by US experts into a fire at the Kumasi Central Market was inconclusive because people had gone to the site to destroy evidence before the experts arrived.

December 4, 2013 ·