The Enchi College of Education (ENCHICO) in the Aowin District of the Western Region has admitted 170 more fresh students for the 2012/2013 academic year. This was underscored by the Principal of the College, Madam Victoria Aidoo, during a matriculation ceremony last weekend. Madam Aidoo said the purpose of the matriculation was to formally welcome the [...]
Compiled by Alfred Adams A three day sensitisation workshop on climate change, organised for climate change awareness clubs in the two senior high schools and a college of education in the Aowin andSuaman districts in the region, has come to an end. The workshop was aimed at training and educating the students, especially the club members, [...]
Hundreds of Muslims were on Saturday treated to some good meals, drinks and Islamic tunes when they converged at the Takoradi Jubilee Park for the third Eid ul Adha family feast event. The event, which is the initiative of Kyzz 89.7FM, a Takoradi-based radio station, has been running annually for the past three years. The [...]
The mining industry has, and continues to experience increasing growth, however, the industry is still being publicly accused of not stimulating corresponding beneficial impacts for the country, especially within the local communities that host mines. But, Dr. Tony Aubynn, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana Chamber of Mines, has explained that Corporate Social [...]
Women at the Agona-Nkwnata market in the capital of the Ahanta West District can now heave a sigh of relief, following the construction of a canopy-type market structure to contain fishmongers by a philanthropist. The fishmongers have, over the years, been selling and trading in the rain and scorching sun without a shelter. This sordid [...]
Compiled by Alfred Adams The management of Goldfields Ghana Limited (GGL), a mining company operating in Tarkwa, has completed and handed over a mechanised borehole to the serve the indigenes of Tebe, a farming community located near Prestea. The borehole is expected to serve a population of about 3,000 in Tebe and its environs, who [...]
Sep 27 2012 | Posted in Western Region
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by Alfred Adams It was a timely intervention by the Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Investment Promotion Council (GIPC), Mr. George Kwame Aboagye, when he jumped to the rescue of parents in the Ahanta West District, by bailing them out of the burden of furnishing their wards with school materials during the opening of [...]
THE Ellembelle District Assembly joined other assemblies to mark the one-week commemoration of the of the demise of the late President John Evans Atta Mills, as thousands of people, clad in red and black, converged at the Aiyinase Park in the District to celebrate the day.
The authorities of the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis have placed a ban on fishing activities in the Butuah Lagoon on the Sekondi road, near Takoradi. The ban also affects farming activities in and around the estuary.
Stories by Alfred Adams The President of the Western Regional House of Chiefs, Awulae Attibrukusu, has commended Ghanaians for the exemplary sign of unity shown during the last few days of the nation’s bereavement. He said these were convincing enough that no matter the political, ethnic, tribal, economic and other forms of differences, Ghanaians were [...]