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Ms Barbara Serwah Asamoah, Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, has cited negative effects of climate change as one of the major causes of poverty in Ghana

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Israeli Ambassador, Mrs Sharon Bar-li, has underlined the need for developing countries to pump more funds and resources into research

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The Skills Development Fund (SDF) on Tuesday awarded grants totaling GH¢29million to 168 institutions to undertake various skills and innovative technology development initiatives to enhance competitiveness and productivity

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Mr. Simon Bakar, Volta Regional National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) Coordinator, has appealed to Ghanaians to change their lukewarm attitude to disaster prevention

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The country’s universities have been urged to introduce more demand driven programmes to help bring down rising graduate unemployment

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The Himan Prestea stakeholders coalilation in the Western region on Tuesday staged a peaceful demonstrated against the government for refusing to fulfill the promises made to the community before the 2012 general election

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The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) Tuesday said despite the challenges of counterfeit drugs, it was poised to execute its mandate to ensure that medicines that Ghanaians consume were safe and efficacious

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House of Chiefs sets ambitious targets

The Volta Region House of Chiefs (VRHC) would work at resolving all chieftaincy disputes in the region this year, Togbe Afede XIV, President of the House, has said

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Richmond Dogli, 35, a junior high school graduate, has said he had been hawking boiled groundnuts for 18 years and that he felt good about it

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Madam Akosua Nyamekye Boateng, a customer at the Magazine (Kumasi) branch of the HFC Bank, has emerged overall winner of the bank’s Home Save Promotion

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Female sexual harassment by adults under the guise of offering help to needy female adolescents became one of the most topical issues on Wednesday, during a day’s forum on children in Tamale

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The Ketu-South Municipal Office of the Commission of Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) is investigating Mr Fred P.K. Dunyo, Ketu-South Municipal Director of Education, for allegedly extorting money from prospective pupil teachers

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The Western Regional Manager of the Forestry Commission, Madam Lydia Opoku, has expressed worry over encroachment of cassia forest that provides shade to the Inchaban water treatment dam

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JJ is a cold heartless murderer – Utuka’s children

The Children of the late Major General (Rtd) Edward Kwaku Utuka have described former President Jerry Rawlings as a heartless and insensitive man for rubbing salt into their wounds concerning the AFRC’s extra-judicial killing of their father

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The Ghana Mineworkers’ Union has saluted President John Mahama’s call to move Ghana’s mining sector to the secondary stage of processing mineral resources

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President Mahama receives five Envoys

President John Dramani Mahama on Tuesday received letters of credence from five Envoys with the assurance that Ghana would continue to strengthen relations with other countries to achieve full benefits of globalization

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