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Saturday, October 21, 2017

The District Director of education in the Offinso  north District  has said that the information that the embargo on recruitment of teachers has been lifted and that directors have been given the clearance to recruit teachers into the scond cycle school and the basic schools has not raech his office.

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Government has agreed to a reduction in utility tariffs following a crunch meeting with organised labour Wednesday.

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Police in the Jomoro District of the Western Region have arrested a 42-year-old man for allegedly defiling his 17-year old daughter.Anthony Tameklo, a clearing agent at the Elubo border is reported to be having sexual intercourse with his first daughter from 2013 until now.

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Ghana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings, has commended a taxi driver who knocked down two armed robbers who attacked and robbed a lady of an undisclosed sum of money in Accra on Saturday morning.

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The Ghana Refugee Board has indicated that the number of Ivorian refugees in Ghana has seen a drastic reduction due to the stability in that country.

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Parliament has  passed the Minerals and Mining ( Amendment ) Law, 2014. The object of the law is to amend the Minerals and Mining Act, 2006 (Act 703).

The amendments are two-fold, first to enable the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Nii Osah Mills, to make regulations to prescribe a rate for royalty payments and the second is to provide for the confiscation of equipment used in illegal small scale mining.

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Mayor of Kumasi, Mr. Kojo Bonsu, has expressed his regret for being entrusted  with the running of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA), as the  agent of  development for residents of the metropolis.

“I regret being a mayor”, he said, whilst expressing his anger over the invocation of curses by Assembly members at the premises of the KMA on Monday afternoon.

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According to statistics compiled by UNESCO, as many as 700 journalists have perished in the line of duty in the last decade, 540 of them killed in the last six years.

On Monday, the world marked the Second Annual International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, to commiserate with media personnel who have been killed disseminating information for the benefit of the broad mass of the people across the globe.

The day was instituted by the UNESCO last year in memory of two journalists who were killed in line of duty in Mali, in 2013. It is regrettable to note that in the year 2012, as many as 123 journalists were killed.

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The NPP activist, who together with the Member of Parliament for Nsawam Adoagyiri, Frank Annoh- Dompreh, petitioned the President to investigate the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ's) boss, Lauretta Lamptey, for overspending whiles in office, is thrilled by the outcome of the probe. 

NPP’s Richard Nyamah begged the President to initiate processes to probe Lauretta Lamptey after she was alleged to have spent about GHC182, 000 to renovate her official residence.

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The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) has trained about 250 Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) private vendors who sell prepaid credits in the Tema Municipality to use their electronic platforms to collect TV licence fees on behalf of the corporation for a commission.

The avenue, which was designed to capture domestic TV licence users in the communities, is aimed at increasing the pay points by bringing them closer to the licence users for convenient payment of the fee.

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