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A professor of Development Economics of the School of Development Studies of University of Cape Coast, Prof John Victor Mensah says Ghana needs to move beyond partisan politics and gear public funds towards industrialization.

Prudential Bank Limited (PBL), Cape Coast has donated six Slit-lamp Bio microscopy (Slit-lamp) equipment worth GHS 210,000.00 to the Department of Optometry, University of Cape Coast.

The Research Committee of the Graduate Students’ Association of Ghana (GRASAG), UCC in partnership with the executive council of the association has held a three day research seminar for all post graduate students of the University of Cape Coast.

ATL FM won the International Diamond Prize for excellence in quality award last year

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The European Society for Quality Research has for the second time nominated ATL FM to receive the BEST QUALITY LEADERSHIP AWARD 2018 to be held in Las Vegas, USA.

Member of Parliament for Effutu, Alexander Afenyo-Markin has warned authorities of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) not to ever make an attempt to change Casely Hayford Hall, (Casford) which is a male hall into a mixed hall.

The Meat Processing Unit of the School of Agriculture, UCC and the West Africa Centre for the Protection of Animal Welfare in collaboration with Eyes on Animals, a non-governmental organization have organized a training on the use of humane slaughter equipment in killing animals for consumption.

Ex convicted UBS trader Kweku Adoboli has been detained again in police custody.
He was arrested on Monday, November 12, 2018 after attending a routine reporting session at his local police station in Livngstone.

Speakers and participants at the Graphic Business/Stanbic Breakfast Forum in Accra Monday unanimously agreed that rich parents must be made to pay for the education of their children under the free SHS programme to help save the policy from collapsing or compromising the quality of education.

Four persons, who allegedly diverted 3,000 cartons of assorted wines meant for the Paga Duty Free Shop in the Upper East Region, have been arrested by the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA).

The government will continue to provide funding for the free senior high school (SHS) policy, irrespective of the cost, the Director General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, has said.

The Speaker of Parliament has said the ministerial nominees will in the near future be vetted not by the Appointments Committee of Parliament, but by specific committees of the House.

Minority Spokesperson on Finance, Cassiel Ato Forson, is predicting doom for Ghanaians in 2019 ahead of the budget presentation in Parliament.

He says the yet-to-be presented 2019 budget statement and economic policy will be full of hopelessness.

The two superstars are among the favourites to top the Goal 50 once again, but who performed better statistically during the 2017-18 season?
Forget city derbies, Clasicos and revenge games, Cristiano Ronaldo versus Lionel Messi is the greatest rivalry of modern football, and continues to divide opinion.

Ghana coach Evans Adotey believes a winning start against Uruguay will be key if the Black Maidens want to qualify for the knockout stage of the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup.

A nerve-racking competition at the Police Reserve Park in Takoradi over the weekend has produced 10 more contestants in the on-going Maltavator Challenge Season 2.

Manchester City could be booted out of the Champions League as UEFA re-open their investigation into alleged Financial Fair Play cheating.

The English Football Association (FA) is reportedly planning to reduce the number of overseas players in Premier League squads to 12 from 17, with as many as 13 clubs affected.

What a week of continental football!. Following on from a Champions League slate in which Red Star Belgrade shocked Liverpool, Borussia Dortmund suffered their first loss of the season and late goals for both Inter Milan and Tottenham Hotspur shook Group B to its core was always going to be tough. Somehow, the weekend's action just about managed it.

The final season of Game of Thrones just got a whole lot realer – a new teaser from HBO confirms that the show will return in April.

Stan Lee, the colorful Marvel Comics patriarch who helped usher in a new era of superhero storytelling and saw his creations become a giant influence in the movie business, has died.

He was 95.

Veteran musician, Rex Omar has kicked against any attempt to censor songs in Ghana.

Thousands of furious RnB fans have taken to Twitter to demand a refund after attending what they’re labelling as the “worst concert ever” in Melbourne.

Tema-based hip-hop artiste Kwesi Arthur over the weekend became the latest entertainment personality to be asked the dreaded question, ‘who is…?’

That question and subsequent answer by musician Wendy Shay had gotten Ghanaians talking for almost a week.

Rapper Donzy and music producer Ephraim, have vowed never to pay any toll on the Accra-Tema Motorway until the road is fixed.

According to them, it does not make sense to constantly pay tolls on the motorway while there are serious potholes on the main road that connects Tema to Accra.

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has said the establishment of strong bonds of co-operation between Members of Parliament and Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives would help generate dignified and productive lives for all Ghanaians.

Fears by New Patriotic Party MP for Asokwa constituency, Kobina Tahir Hammond, that passage of the Right to Information Bill will destabilise governance, have been described as backward.

The leadership of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has cautioned aspirants within the party to stop campaigning ahead of the opening of nomination for the constituency seats.

The Deputy Minister of Information, Mr Pius Enam Hadzide, has called on citizens, especially those in opposition, to appreciate achievements of the ruling government within its short time in office.

An aspiring flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Goosie Tanoh, has stated that although Ghanaians are complaining about economic hardship, it is not an indication that the 2020 general election is going to be "a walk over" for the NDC.

A flag-bearer hopeful of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Kinsford Bagbin, has identified grass roots empowerment as imperative for the party to win Election 2020.

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