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June 27, 2014 6:32 PM Court orders closure of drinking bar

The Adjabeng District Magistrate Court One, presided over by Mr Justice Isaac Addo, has ordered the immediate closure of J.B.C Drinking Bar at Odorkor Busia Junction for noise-making. The court held that until the drinking bar was confined, and appropriate gadgets installed to absorb the noise it makes, or was re-located to a non-residential area, its activities 39

June 27, 2014 1:07 AM Alert: AMA warns of cholera threat

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) is warning of a possible cholera outbreak in Accra due to the current insanitary conditions in Accra. The AMA revealed that it has so far recorded some suspected cases in the metropolis, hence the caution. A statement signed by the Public Relations Officer of the Assembly noted that it has equipped health facilities 27

June 26, 2014 8:30 AM Galactic offers the best of all jazz worlds

A lowly soil fungus from Nova Scotia has provided scientists with a powerful new weapon against some of the most alarming microbes on the planet. A molecule, which a team at McMaster University plucked from the fungus, is enabling them to kill "superbugs" resistant to antibiotics. he molecule, aspergillomarasmine A or AMA, latches T on to a protein inside 19

June 24, 2014 10:26 PM More Winners at 2014 City People Entertainment Awards

On Sunday, 22nd June 2014, all roads led to 10 Degrees Events Centre in Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos where the 5th City People Nigeria/Ghana Entertainment Awards, Nigeria’s biggest entertainment show, held in grand style. From the guests to nominees and winners, all exuded class and sophistication. Anchored by VJ Adams, and Yvonne Ekwere, it will go down in Nigeria 19

June 21, 2014 9:39 PM DCE Fails For The Fifth Time

The members of the Birim South District Assembly has failed to confirm the President’s nominee for District Chief Executive (DCE) Mr Emmanuel Kwakye for the fifth time at its emergency meeting at Akim Swedru. 38 out of the 42 Assembly members were present for the voting and the nominee secured 20 votes, representing 52.6 percent which is below the two thirds 34

June 21, 2014 10:54 AM AMA pays GHC600,000 to waste contractors

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has fulfilled the second payment of an additional GH?600,000 to waste contractors to clear filth in Accra. Last month the AMA made part payment of GH?600,000 of the GH?2.2 million owed the contractors. This brings the total amount paid to GH?1.2 million. Briefing the media after handing over the cheque for the money 21

June 20, 2014 3:21 PM AMA pays waste contractors

Last month the AMA made part payment of GH¢ 600,000 of the GH¢ 2.2 million owed the contractors. This brings the total amount paid to GH¢ 1.2 million. Briefing the media after handing over the cheque for the money to Mr Peter Kwei Dagadu, General Manager of Waste Landfills Company Limited, Dr Alfred Oko Vanderpuije, Accra Metropolitan Chief Executive 18

June 20, 2014 12:14 PM Former Times MD Gets MCE Nod

Joseph Frederick Kwame Acolatse, a 60-year-old former Managing Director of Times Corporation, has been confirmed as Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for the Lower Manya Municipal Assembly in the Eastern Region. Fifteen out of the 45 Assembly members, who took part in the election, voted against the President’s nominee, with one ballot being rejected by officials 83

June 19, 2014 5:33 PM I will not tolerate political interference - Oko Vanderpuije

Dr. Alfred Oko Vanderpuije, Chief Executive of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), has said the Assembly would not tolerate any political interference in its work. “We will not allow a person or a group of persons to hold us back in our developmental agenda of Accra,” he said. Dr. Vanderpuije was speaking at a press briefing on Thursday when he returned 15

June 19, 2014 10:16 AM Accra: Patients carried in wheelbarrows to health centres

Persons who fall sick in the night are being forced to endure the trauma of having to be carried in wheelbarrows because motorist have blatantly refused to ply the area due to poor roads at Glege, a suburb of Accra. The plight of the residents is compounded by the closure of the Community Health Improvement Services (CHIPS) compounds in the area due to the failure 18