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Joe Ghartey
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Pay all pension arrears due us – Railway pensioners to gov’t

The Ghana Railway Pensioners Association (GRPA) under the Cap. 30 pension scheme have appealed to the government to pay all pension arrears due them

Local guns
General

Police arrest three for possessing ammunitions

Police in Atebubu in the Bono East Region have arrested and place in custody three young men for possessing ammunitions without authority. They retrieved

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General

National Youth Authority engages youth on parliament model

The National Youth Authority (NYA) in the Western Region has organized an orientation for the regional youth parliament. The day’s programme was to equip

Microphone and radio station
General

High court backs NCA’s 45km maximum coverage radius for radio stations

An Accra High Court has ruled that the National Communications Authority (NCA) acted justly and within its mandate when it reclassified the maximum radius

Road Safety
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National Road Safety Authority Bill passed into law

The National Road Safety Authority Bill has been passed into law by Parliament. The law, if assented to by President Nana Akufo-Addo, will transform the

Man in jail
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Car dealer granted bail for theft

An Accra Circuit Court on Tuesday granted a GHc60,000.00 bail to a car dealer for allegedly stealing a Toyota Land Cruiser vehicle valued at GH?130,000.00

Afia Schwa warns
Entertainment

Go to court – Afia Schwar dares Rachel Appoh

Fiery actress and TV host Afia Schwarzenegger has hit out at Rachel Appoh, former MP of Gomoa Central Constituency and has dared her to go to court if she

Olufemi Abikoye, Nigeria Ambassador to Ghana
General

Nigeria gov’t angry over demonisation of its citizens in Ghana

Nigeria has raised red flag over the demonization of its citizens in Ghana by the Ghanaian media, stating such reportages have “xenophobic tendencies”. A