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Economic Business Workshop

NBSSI clients receive capacity building training in Takoradi

The Takoradi Business Advisory Center of the National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI), with support from the Sekondi- Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly (STMA), has...
shama district marks independence anniversary

Shama district marks Independence Anniversary with a colourful parade.

Mr Joseph Amoah, the District Chief Executive on Friday said the lack of access to safe drinking water which was a problem in the...
Ghana National Petroleum Corporation’ (GNPC)

GNPC equips 400 artisans with certified vocational skills

The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) in collaboration with Aseda Foundation has equipped 400 artisans drawn from the Western and Western North Regions with...
Ncce New Logo

Promote Good Governance by minimizing corruption and improve accountability – NCCE

The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has sensitized the people of Kankyiabo in the Bodi District of the Western North Region on the...
Mr. Joseph Amoah

Shama District Assemly to implement outstanding programmes

Mr. Joseph Amoah, District Chief Executive for Shama has stated that the district assembly will implement all outstanding programmes before the house dissolves on...
Mr. Joseph Amoah

Shama District Assembly to award outstanding assembly members

The District Chief Executive of Shama, Mr. Joseph Amoah has said, the assembly will reward three of its members for their outstanding contributions towards...
ICT sector

GTUC Takoradi campus receives new set of computers

Two Swedish companies based in Stockhom, CODELAB AB and AVIVA FINANS, have donated 30 laptops and 10 monitors to the Takoradi Campus of the...
Wr Stool Lands Office Fire

WR: Fire Guts Down Administration of Stool Lands Office

The Western Regional Office of Administration of Stool Lands in Sekondi has been razed by fire, which started around 0600 hours on Sunday and...
Branch Microfinance

New Branch of Front-Line Credit Services Opens

Front Line Micro - Credit Services (FLMCS), a Micro Finance institution in Takoradi has spread its activities to cover more clients and provide them...

Ghana No Longer have Cinemas and Theatres

Gone are the days, when people trooped into cinemas to satisfy their viewing pleasure, as most homes were unable to own a television set...

Launching of 1st Anaji Homecoming Festival Held

The Chief of Anaji, Nana Ekra Kojo IV, together with his elders on Thursday launched the maiden Anaji Homecoming festival with a call on...
Succession Laws

Komfueku Community Sensitised on Succession Laws and Domestic Violence

A day’s community meeting on domestic violence and succession laws has been organised for the Komfueku community in the western Region with a call...
Piac Signs Mou With Eoco

PIAC Holds Public Briefing on Petroleum Revenue Projects in Shama

Mr Thomas Kojo Stephens, Vice Chairman of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) has called for proper guidelines in the...
Commissioning Projects

Shama MP Commissions Project

Mr Ato Panford, the Member of Parliament for Shama, has commissioned a number of development projects for the district. The projects, which comprise six community...

DCE Says Education is a Vital Tool for Development

Mr Wilson Arthur, the Wassa East District Chief Executive has said education is critical for the development of any nation and everything should...
mortuary Strike

Effia-Nkwanta and Other Hospital Staffs on Strike

Mortuary Workers within the Sekondi/Takoradi Metropolis has joined the nationwide strike to press home their demands for better working conditions. A Visit to the Effia-Nkwanta...

All Churches Charging Healing and Deliverance Fee Must Pay Taxes

Mr Abdulai Ali- Nakyea of the 'Ali-Nakyea and Associates' has advised religious bodies especially churches to separate their businesses from the church's role as...

2018 Western Region recorded 328 fire cases

A total of 328 fire cases were recorded in the Western Region last year as against 415 in 2017. Out of the number, 25 injuries...