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Police hunts for eight hooligans for assaulting registration officials, others

The Police at Ajumako-Beseasi in the Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam District of the Central Region have mounted an intensive search for eight hooligans suspected to have assaulted...
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...

Women hail Mahama for nominating Prof Jane Opoku Agyeman

There was jubilation and funfair at Elmina in the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem (KEEA) Municipality of theCentral Region following the nomination of Professor Jane Naana Opoku...
Prof. Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang delivering her opening address at the forum

Prof Opoku-Agyemang represents women’s empowerment and development – UCC Community

A cross-section of professionals in academia and students at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) have hailed the announcement of Professor Jane Naana Opoku...
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Road infrastructure projects progress in Central Region

The Central Region is benefiting from a total of 109 road infrastructural projects to help open up the area to facilitate tourism, trade and...
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UNFPA/UNICEF arms 1,400 girls against teen pregnancy and Covid-19 in Central Region

More than 1,400 teen girls in the Central Region have been supplied with free sanitary kits and radio sets to support them in the...
Tollbooth and hawkers on Tema - Accra motorway

Coronavirus pandemic: Time to prioritise child welfare

Violation of children’s rights, is worryingly common in our society and other parts of the world. Children are not only vulnerable, tender, largely dependent...
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The urgent need for National Sanitation Authority and Fund

Managing waste has become a hydra-headed problem for the country. Many environmentalists have been calling for something drastic to be done to change and...
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Assin Central Assembly initiates move to contain spread of COVID-19

The Assin Central Municipal Assembly has instituted stringent measures to prevent and contain the spread of the pandemic coronavirus disease (COVID-19). ...
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Oguaa Citizens rally institutional support to control COVID-19

The Association of Concerned Cape Coast Citizens and Residents (ACCCCAR) have reiterated the urgent need for a national concerted effort to control the Coronavirus...
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Twifo-Atimokwa Assembly distributes hand washing kits to fight COVID-19

As part of efforts to contain the rapid spread of COVID-19, Mr Robert Agyemang Nyantakyi, the Twifo-Atimokwa District Chief Executive (DCE) has supplied...
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First Lady supports 120 women in Central Region

The First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Naa Okaikor Akufo-Addo, on Tuesday supported more than 120 women in the Central Region as part of activities marking...

Maternal mortality rate dips in Central Region

Health facilities in the Central Region have made significant strides in reducing maternal mortality from 126 in the year 2018 to 105 in 2019,...

Student remanded for alleged rape

A 21-year-old form three student of the Ghana National College who was arrested for allegedly raping a form-one student has been remanded into police...

Foundation to equip 20,000 youth with employable skills

Obokese Foundation, a non - governmental organisation (NGO) committed to humanitarian activities and youth empowerment, has commenced a project to empower the less privileged...

The ordeal of a sex slave

The dream of finding better life remains a strong motivation for many Ghanaians, particularly, the young people, and they are ready to take every...

GNFS sensitizes fishers on proper handling of premix fuel

The Central Regional Command of the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) has stepped up intensive fire safety education campaigns for fishers on safe...

I’m still the Omanhen of Oguaa traditional Area – Oguaa Omanhen

The Oguaa Traditional Council has vehemently refuted claims being circulated on social media indicating that Osabarima Kwesi Arthur II, Omanhen of Oguaa Traditional...

Two suspected car snatchers arrested in Cape Coast

Two suspected car snatchers have been arrested by the Central Regional Police Command when they attempted to sell a Hyundai Getz Taxi cab with...
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ECOWAS countries must accept ECO with caution

Public Services International (PSI), a global union federation for workers in public services, has cautioned countries belonging to the Economic Community of West...

‘We are committed to protecting all citizens’ – IGP

The Inspector General of Police (IGP), James Oppong-Boanuh, has expressed the unflinching commitment of the Ghana Police Service to protecting every citizen without...

Chamber of Commerce moves to relocate Oguaa GARAGES

The Central Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has initiated a bold move towards relocating members of the Ghana National Association GARAGES to...

TUTAG threatens industrial unrest over salary disparities

The Technical University Teachers’ Association of Ghana (TUTAG), has threatened nationwide industrial unrest to demand better remunerations and conditions of service. The Association has...

Driver wins MTN “Momo at 10” in Central Region

Mr John Hagan Amoah, a Kasoa based driver on Wednesday, won the ‘MTN Mobile Money (MoMo) at 10’ promotion ultimate award in Central Region. ...

Stop politicising PWDs Common Fund disbursements

The Federation of Persons With Disabilities have called on all Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to stop politicizing the disbursements of the Disability...

UCC authority suspends lectures due to floods on campus

The University of Cape Coast (UCC) on Wednesday morning canceled all academic activities due to hours of torrential rains that flooded and submerged most...

Corruption swallows 30 percent of all state procurements – CHRAJ

The quest to grow Ghana's economy ‘Beyond Aid’ may not be achieved if corruption was not adequately highlighted and holistically dealt with, the Commission...

Communications Ministry empowers 980 girls in ICT in C/R

About 100 young girls from selected basic schools in the Central Region are benefiting from free Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capacity building training...

Health facilitates must screen all women for breast cancer – Morna

Health facilities in the country at all levels have been encouraged to screen all women who visit their facility for the early detection of...
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Thief expresses shock in court over his stealing prowess

A mobile phone thief, Richard Appiah, alias Paa Kwesi, who on Monday said he could not fathom how he stole about 24 mobile phones...