Lawyers take bribe in the name of judges – Justice Apau

Justice Yaw Apau Mic The judgment debt commissioner has blamed corruption in the judiciary on some lawyers, court clerks and other officials.

FACTS BEHIND THE FIGURES: Upgrade Of Ridge Hospital...All You Need To Know

 The Ministry of Health has sought to clarify the brouhaha over the re-construction and up-grading of the Ridge Hospital saying “there is no evidence whatsoever to justify that the Contract price has been bloated and that it is the most expensive hospital in the world.”

Let's fight the selfishness in our minds - Mahama

John Mahama Blue Neat President John Dramani has called on Ghanaians to take the lessons of Christ's suffering for humanity and sacrifice, and "fight the selfishness in our minds" for the development of our communities and Ghana.

EC declares Afoko NPP Chairman

Paul Afoko NPP HdPaul Afoko has been elected new Chairman of the opposition New Patriotic Party. He polled 2,032 votes to beat his closest challenger, Stephen Ntim who polled 1,500 votes, Director of Elections at the Electoral Commission Samuel Tettey declared.

Chinese yuan to the rescue of troubled cedi

Made in Ghana products are the best – Mahama

Mahama PointThe President, John Mahama, has released a list of made in Ghana items he uses in his home on a daily basis.

NPP needs to target Zongo Communities in 2016 – Kwabena Agyepong

 An aspiring General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwabena Agyepong, says the party needs complete overhauling to attract floating voters.

united to win 2016 polls - Alhaji Dicko

• Alhaji Nuhu Alhassan Dicko

Alhaji Nuhu Alhassan Dicko

Politicians must pursue service — Manly-Spain

 • Mr Henry Ekow Manly-Spain

A  Leading Member of the National Democratic Congress in the Greater Accra Region, Mr Henry Ekow Manly-Spain, has appealed to politicians and persons in authority to pursue service, truth and compassion rather than power, lies and indifference.

‘I’ll bridge development gap to make region attractive’

 • Mr Bede Zeideng, Upper West Regional Minister

The Upper West Regional Minister, Mr Bede Zeideng, has given an assurance to strive and remove all obstacles which prevent workers from accepting postings to the region.

NPP executive holds 1st Steering C’ttee meeting

 • Mr Paul Afoko (middle), NPP National Chairman, conferring with members of the new NPP National executive at the first steering committee meeting in Accra. Picture: EMMANUEL ASAMOAH ADDAI

Mr Paul Afoko (middle), NPP National Chairman, conferring with members of the new NPP National executive at the first steering committee meeting in Accra. Picture: EMMANUEL ASAMOAH ADDAI 

9 Bodies of Easter revellers at beaches washed ashore

FLASHBACK: Revellers at the La Pleasure beach on Easter Monday

 Nine bodies have been retrieved from two beaches near Accra.  They are all males and believed to have drowned during the Easter festivities when many people went to the beaches to have fun.

Public Account Committee is not witch-hunting-Minister

Alhaji Mohammed Muniru Alhaji Mohammed Limuna Muniri, Northern Regional Minister has asked public institutions invited by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) for 

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  • NDC group roots for Koku Anyidoho for Deputy General Secretary slot

     A pressure group within the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC)in the Eastern Region is calling on a former Communications Director at the presidency, Samuel Koku Anyidoho, to contest the position of Deputy General secretary in the yet-to-be scheduled congress of the party to elect its national officers.

    The SADA saga: A case for an effective right to information legislation

    Evil, they say thrives in secrecy. An uninformed society is an easy prey for gross exploitation and mass abuses by corrupt leaders and such is the case with the Savannah Accelerated Development (SADA) saga.

    Illegal Speed Humps Ordered To Be Removed

     The Ghana Highway Authority (GHA) has been directed to remove all illegal speed humps on the country’s highways. 

    KMA To Plant 1 Million Trees Using School Children

     The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, (KMA), says it will employ the services of school children to plant a million trees under its “Kumasi Urban Forestry Project”.

    Tamale Police On High Alert

     Security personnel in the Tamale metropolis are on high alert following recent shooting incidents in the area. Recent shooting incidents at Savelugu and the Tamale Township have so far recorded four deaths.

    Jesus Not Coming Back - Vatican

     A SPOKESPERSON for the Vatican has officially announced today that the second coming of Jesus, the only son of the God, may not happen now after all, but urged followers to still continue with their faith, regardless of the news.

    Chiefs Laud Prez Over Dismissal Of MCE

     Chiefs and interest groups involved in the brouhaha surrounding the events that led to the dismissal of the Lower Manya Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), have expressed contentment with the decision by the President.

    Pratt: NPP Flagbearer Aspirants List "Amazing"...I Wonder What They See When They Look Into A Mirror

     The Managing Editor of the Insight newspaper says for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to be able to solve most of the challenges the party is facing, the top echelon and National Executives of the party needs to be neutral.

    Group wants ICT for Accelerated Development Policy reviewed

     A child rights group J Initiative is asking government to review the current ICT for Accelerated Development Policy. 

    Four arrested in connection with Pigu murder

     Four persons have been arrested by police in the northern region over the killing of a man following a scuffle between two families in Pigu in the Savelegu district.

    NPP victory in 2016 rests with me – Joe Ghartey

    Joe Ghartey New SC Two more names have emerged in the upcoming contest for the flagbearer position of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

    ECOWAS will find a unified position on EPA – Mahama

    Mahama Hand StretchPresident John Mahama has pledged Ghana’s support to a regional negotiated Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), whilst warning against country specific agreements within the sub-region.