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50 Per cent of locally produced food does not reach consumers

Ghana loses about 318,514 tonnes of maize in post-harvest losses every year, research has revealed.

Hearing of petitions on new regions to commence this month

Hearings of petitions for the creation of new regions in the country will take place from November 21 to December…

Cape Coast sex workers mad at Black Stars for snubbing them (audio)

Some prostitutes in Cape Coast, Central Region are angry with players of Ghana’s national football team, Black Stars, for choosing…

Work on sea defence projects stalls

Contractors working on a number of sea defence projects have abandoned the projects due to lack of funds.

GNPC sets up professorial chairs in 4 universities

The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) has set up $1-million professorial chairs for research and development in four universities. The…

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Rawlings’ office denies ‘land grab’ report

The office of former President Jerry John Rawlings has denied, yet again, claims that he has illegally appropriated to himself…

LPG prices likely to go up – NPA

The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has given indications of an increment in prices of LPG products as government prepares to…

Businesses push for reduction in power tariffs

Businesses have expressed optimism that the government will use the 2018 Budget and Economic Policy to announce a reduction in…

Prez Akufo-Addo begins Greater Accra tour with visit to Tema Harbour

The government’s vision of building a progressive and prosperous Ghana will depend on the revenue to be generated by the…

Police Officers to receive GH¢50,000 insurance cover

Mr David Asante-Apeatu, Inspector-General of Police (IGP) has announced that every police officer would soon have GH¢ 50,000 insurance cover.