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Livestock, Poultry, and Fisheries Tradeshow (LiPF)

LiPF engages 50,000 sub holder farmers in two years

Ms. Alberta Nana Akyaa Akosa, Executive Director of Agrihouse, a non-governmental agricultural organisation, has said its Livestock, Poultry, and Fisheries Tradeshow (LiPF) has engaged...

Covid-19 vaccine doesn’t cause infertility

Dr Louisa Matey, Ayawaso West Municipal Director of Health Services, has debunked claims that COVID-19 vaccines cause infertility in men and women. She said the...

Tema Country Golf Club inducts new executives

The Tema Country Golf Club on Sunday, inducted new executive officers to steer the affairs of the club for a two-year term. ...

70 golfers to compete for Tema Captain’s Prize

All is set for this year’s Tema Country Golf Club Captain’s Prize Championship scheduled for Tema on Saturday, March 6. ...
© UNICEF A man in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, receives a COVID-19 vaccination as part of the rollout of COVAX in Africa.

Vaccination begins in Accra with a call on the public to get involved

The nation-wide COVID-19 vaccination exercise has commenced as a category of persons took the first jabs in Greater Accra Region on Tuesday. Front line health...
Women In Mining

Women in Mining appeal to Government for support

Women in Artisanal and Small Scale Mining (ASM) have appealed to the Government to publicly demarcate and announce all mining sites at...
Supreme Court

Ghana’s Election Petition: Parties urged to accept verdict

The Civic Forum Initiative (CFI) in collaboration with Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG) has called on parties to accept the verdict of the Supreme...
Parental Guidance

Parental guidance is still relevant

Parents have been urged to nurture and guide their children as the lack of it was having a negative effect on their academic...

Food safety and noise pollution forum held at Madina

The La-Nkwantanang-Madina Municipal Assembly (LaNMMA) and the Church of Pentecost over the weekend organized a Food/Corn Millers forum on Sanitation, Food Safety and Noise Pollution. The forum...

1,302 SHS students in Tema complained of headaches in 2019

One thousand, three hundred and two senior high school students in the Tema Metropolis reported sick with headaches at the various school bays in...

‘It tears every part of your life away’; the truth about female infertility

Infertility is a condition that affects approximately one out of every six couples, according to health experts An infertility...

UNHCR donates educational items to Ampain Community School

The UNHCR-Ghana has supplied the Ampain refugees camp and community school in the Western Region with school furniture and e-readers worth ...
fishing industry

Stakeholders dialogue on illegal fishing

Stakeholders in the fishing industry have identified political interference as an impediment to the work of the Fisheries Enforcement Unit in combatting all forms...

Bishop urges Sunyani residents to emulate Nana Puduo II

The Most Reverend Mathew Kwasi Gyamfi, the Catholic Bishop of Sunyani Diocese, has urged residents of Sunyani and its environs to emulate the...

Foundation initiates campaign for 1000 wheelchairs

The Henry Djaba Memorial Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), has initiated a campaign to procure and donate 1,000 wheelchairs for physically challenged people in...
teenage pregnancy

518 teenage pregnancies recorded in Wa West District

A total of 518 teenage pregnancy cases were recorded in the Wa West District Health Directorate in the Upper West region in 2019. The figure...
Ohum Festival

Berekuso Community Celebrates Ohum Festival After a Long Break

The chiefs and people of Berekuso in the Eastern Region has celebrated their annual Ohum Festival amidst drumming, dancing and the firing of muskets. The...

In 2018 Tema Registered a Total of 20,991 Births

The Tema Metropolitan Office of the Births and Deaths Registry in 2018, registered a total of 20,991 births comprising of 10,954 males and 10,037...