The Ghana Medical and Dental Council will from July this year begin issuing a special stamp to all registered medical practitioners in the country in a new move to check quacks in the system.

The Ashanti regional Police command has come under intense criticism for its posture in the handling of the violent demonstrations by aggrieved residents of Krofrom.

The Community Health Nurses Association says it will head to court to seek legal action since that is the only way its grievances would be addressed.

The Minority in Parliament has warned of imminent breakdown of the recently commissioned Komenda Sugar Factory if care is not taken.

A Supreme Court judge, Justice William Atuguba, has questioned the ethical behaviour of some lawyers in the country, which he says, fall short of the required standards.

Some persons said to be acting on behalf of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly are demanding the removal of artifacts erected at the June 3 twin-disaster site at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra in remembrance of the national disaster that hit the city last year.

Ghana's mission in South Africa has begun issuing biometric passports to Ghanaian citizens in that country.

Greater Accra tops in HIV ranking

Wednesday, 01 June 2016 16:23

The Greater Accra Region has beaten the Eastern Region to emerge as the region with the highest HIV prevalence rate in the country in 2015, a new report has revealed.

Rawlings threatens to sue Africawatch

Wednesday, 01 June 2016 16:20

Former President J.J. Rawlings has described as blatant falsehood a report in the May edition of the Africawatch Magazine that he has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.

A former National Security Advisor has warned that Ghana could be in chaos during the 2016 election if care is not taken.