Last Thursday, April 25, 2013, was celebrated world-wide as World Malaria Day, first declared in 2007 by the 60th Session of the World Health Assembly, the decision-making body of the World Health Organisation (WHO). April 25 had earlier been celebrated as Africa Malaria Day from 2001, following the Abuja Declaration adopted by the leaders of [...]
From Ernest Best Anane, Dunkwa-on-offin (pick pic as Dunkwa) THE ASSEMBLYMAN of Buaben, Charles Obeng, has appealed to the government through the Upper Denkyira East Municipal Assembly to consider rehabilitating the Dunkwa-Buaben road, which is claiming precious lives through accidents, as a result of its bad nature. Four persons are said to [...]
The Cape Coast Anglican Diocese has climaxed its 30 years Anniversary celebration with the cutting of the sod to commence work on a multi-million office complex befitting the status of the Church, as Philip Quaicoe Anglican Church was filled to capacity. Performing the exercise here last week, Right Reverend Daniel Silvanus Adotei Allotey said [...]
Compiled by David Allan Paintsil In an ambitious move to regain her lost formal educational glory, the Cape Coast Education Fund (CCEF) has finally been launched in Cape Coast at the weekend, to achieve this goal among the current and future generations. Speaking the launch the CCEF Administrator, Mrs. Georgina Quaisie, said the CCEF had [...]
-As headmasters express gratitude for school infrastructure The government has presented a bus to the Mozano Senior High School (SHS), and a pickup to the Potsin T.I. Ahamadiyya Senior High School to help in the day-to-day activities of the two most emerging rural community second cycle schools in the Central Region. Presenting the vehicles on [...]
The residents of Ajumako Eshiem in the Ajumako-Enyan-Essiah District has got a new Chief after years absence of a traditional ruler, as they have installed Mr. Daniel Darkoh Turckson, a worker of the Ghana Highways Authority (GHA), as their new leader. Mr. Turckson now has Nana Nkum II as his stool name, and the 50 [...]
Compiled by David Allan Paintsil The Chairman of Interim Management Committee of the Judicial Service Staff Association (JUSAG), Mr. Francis Brako, has called on the government to, as a matter of urgency, release the outstanding subventions from May to September this year, else they would advise themselves. Speaking at a press conference in Cape Coast [...]
Twenty one police personnel, drawn from the various districts in the Central Region, have undergone a one-day training to sharpen their skills in community policing.
One of the fast-growing private schools in the Cape Coast Metropolis, Calvary Hillcrest International School, on Tuesday, celebrated its 9th Speech and Prize Giving Day in grand style, as parents and guardians applauded pupils and toddlers for showing great talent in poetry recital and choreography.
The Chief Director at the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, Nana Dr. Oduro-Kwarteng, who doubles as the Guantuahene of AgonaSwedru in the Central Region, was the toast of the thousands of people from all walks of life who thronged the trading city to celebrate the annual Akwambo Festival on Wednesday.