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Atwima-Nwabiagya District: Judicial Service tops corruption list - GII

The Judicial Service has been ranked the most corrupt public institution in the Atwima-Nwabiagya District by the people in the…

Lavender Hill treatment plant fully operational

Residents and pedestrians in and around Korle Gonno in Accra are now able to breathe fresh air without the regular…

Chief Justice calms magistrates, judges over strike threat

The Chief Justice, Ms Justice Sophia Akuffo, has stepped in to calm the nerves of magistrates and judges over their…

Fire guts office in Parliament

Fire last night gutted an office on the 10th floor of the Job 600 building serving as offices for the…

Prof. Oquaye to deliver Ghana@60 lecture

As part of activities to mark the year long celebration of Ghana 60 years on, the Speaker of Parliament, Prof…

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Tema court shooting was to maintain order – Prisons Service

A shooting incident that occurred at the Tema court on Monday morning was to separate a fight between two convicts,…

E/R security agencies trained in fighting drug trafficking

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, has organized a two weeks basic drugs workshop for law enforcement agencies…

Bawumia confident of improved financial services sector as Direct Savings and Loans launches

Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has lauded Direct Savings and Loans for its contribution to the country’s financial services sector.…

New application filed to stop Law School exams, hours to start of papers

With just a few hours to the start of the Ghana Law School entrance examination, Friday, a group of lawyers…

Upper West Region under siege by suspected robbers; 3 lynched by mob

Within the last ten days the Upper West Region has been besieged by suspected armed robbers, heightening vigilance of residents…