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Curbing the scourge of fake news; Journalists must be at the forefront

The provision of Information in the era of Information Age is crucial, but its dissemination comes with a huge task as more people crave...
Npp Manifesto Launch

NPP government promises airport and harbour for Cape Coast in next administration

The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has promised to construct a harbour and an airport in the Central Regional capital of Cape Coast should...

Government to establish GH¢100 Million National Rental Assistance Scheme

The next government of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) would establish a National Rental Assistance scheme to assist Ghanaians to rent decent homes. The...

COVID-19 Pandemic: Time to adhere to malaria control protocols to sustain gains in the...

Ghana has over the years rolled out a number of interventions with the aim of reducing the incidence of malaria, yet the level of...

COVID-19 pierces “heartbeat” of Ghana’s tourism hard

Last year ended on a historic note for tourism in Ghana. The sector, which is the fourth highest foreign exchange earner for the...
Politics Election Peace

Central Region Youth pledge to ensure peaceful election

The youth have been asked to show a keen interest in the country’s electoral process and ensure that it is transparent enough to guarantee...
Dubawa Fellowship

Dubawa announces second cohort of fact-checking fellowship

The Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ), through its fact-checking project, ‘Dubawa’ is set to hold its second Fact-Checking Fellowship for 24 selected...
Ali Nawaz Leghari, 40, killed the two girls and three boys ? aged between three and 13 ? in a village in the southern Sindh province, some 140 miles north of Karachi.

One dead in Budumburam shooting

A 29-year old man died from gunshot wounds after police tried to disarm him for terrorising residents with cutlass at the Budumburam Taxi Rank...

The impact of COVID-19 on primary healthcare in Ghana, the case of expectant mothers

Over the past three months, many pregnant women have found themselves in a dilemma of choosing between missing antenatal clinic visits or ...

Oguaa High Court dismisses contempt application against UCC Vice Chancellor, two others

A Cape Coast High Court has dismissed an application by Mr Henry Tackie, Group Managing Director of Barony Construction and Tacoa Construction Limited, citing...
Social Frontliners Feeding

Grace Hill School joins Coastal TV to feed COVID-19 frontliner

The Grace Hill School of Technology (GHIST) in Cape Coast has joined Coastal Television’s “Hope kitchen” project aimed at providing one hot meal a...
Saiko Concern

EJF demands urgent crackdown of Saiko

The Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), an international Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) working to protect the environment, has called on the Government of Ghana to as...

Oguaa Residents express fear over COVID-19 Case

There is growing indignation and panic among Residents in Cape Coast especially, those residing in Nkanfua and Ankaful as they expressed fear after a...
Paradigm Initiative

Digital Rights in Africa: Governments altered perception worrying – Paradigm Initiative

Paradigm Initiative, a Pan-African social enterprise working to advance digital rights and inclusion in Africa has decried the overreaching dominant trend shaping digital...
Ghana Health Service

Accurate information sharing is crucial for controlling COVID-19 – GHS

Dr Akosua Sarpong, Central Regional Director of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) has underscored the need for the public to be fed with...

‘Counselling services must be part of COVID-19 response’

The Ghana National Association of Certificated Counsellors (GNACC) has advocated for counselling services to be incorporated into the Public Health response to the COVID-19. ...

Cape Coast North MP fumigates Constituency to stem COVID-19 spread

A week-long fumigation exercise in some major communities of the Cape Coast North Constituency is underway as part of measures to abridge the spread...
Ehunabobrim Prah Agyensaim

Sanitation laws must be enforced without discrimination – Prah Agyensaim

The Paramount Chief of Assin Kushea and President of the Owirekyiman Traditional Council, Ehunabobrim Prah Agyensaim VI has stressed the need for sanitation...
Graduate School Sdgs

Engendering cultural sustainability for the attainment of SDGs in Africa; the role of graduate...

There is a shared global understanding of the urgency to tackle the mix of economic, social and environmental issues militating against sustainable development. This...

Kakum National park suspends services over COVID-19 scare

The Ghana Heritage Conservation Trust (GHCT) and the management of the Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission (FC) have close down the Kakum...

Depression, the overlooked complication of kidney disease- Counselor

Depression is a common phenomenon complicating the management of people living with kidney disease but it is often overlooked, Pastor Benjamin Saah of the...
Cape Coast Castle

Cape Coast and Elmina castles still operational – Museums and Monument Board

The Ghana Museums and Monument Board (GMMB), managers of the Cape Coast and Elmina castles have said the two facilities remained operational despite the...
Mrs Samira Bawumia

Second Lady calls for more holistic training of students

The Second Lady, Mrs Samira Bawumia, has stressed the need for schools in the country to fashion out a holistic education approach to produce...
Cape Coast Teaching Hospital

CCTH restricts patients’ relative visit over COVID-19

Management of Cape Coast Teaching Hospital (CCTH) have restricted patients’ relative visit as part of measures to contain the spread of the Coronavirus. A minimum...
Business Artisans Relocation

Ensure proper documentation before relocating Siwdu artisans to Mempeasem – Chamber of Commerce to...

The Cape Coast Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCRCCI) has advised the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly (CCMA) to get the requisite documentation on...
Education Old Students Support

HOPSA 1980 initiative moves to promote recycling

The 1980 year group of the Holy Child Past Students Association (HOPSA) has handed over a recycling project to the school to mark their...
Social Assemblies Revenue

IT officers tasked to help assemblies digitise revenue collection

Dr Nana Ato Arthur, Head of Local Government Service has challenged IT officers in the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to use their...
education free shs

Free SHS is a timely intervention – Prof Ghartey Ampiah

Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast (UCC), said the Free Senior High School (SHS) Policy is a...

Independence Day parade held in Cape Coast

The people of Cape Coast and its environs were treated to some beautiful cultural displays at the 63rd Independence anniversary parade held at the...

Music is medicine, beware of what you listen to- Kojo Antwi

Mr Kojo Antwi, veteran Ghanaian Highlife Musician has cautioned music lovers to be wary of the kind of music they support, listen and give...