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Level 300 Student Murdered

Level 300 Student Murdered

Cape Coast, Feb. 21, GNA - A Level 300 student of the University of Cape Coast, Mr. Godwin Awugo, was found dead at Amamoma near the UCC on Thursday morning. The body of the Nigeri ...

Woman, 45, Slashes Man to Death

Woman, 45, Slashes Man to Death

Nkawie (Ash), Feb 21, GNA – A 45-year woman who allegedly hacked to death a farmer from whose farm she had gone to steal has appeared before the Nkawie Circuit Court. The plea of Y ...

Don’t skip the small details in relationship

Don’t skip the small details in relationship

“When I got home that night as my wife served dinner, I held her hand and said, I’ve got something to tell you. She s... at down and ate quietly. Again I observed the hurt in her e ...

The Motherhood of Jesus in the Gospel of John

The Motherhood of Jesus in the Gospel of John

  INTRODUCTION The figure of Mary, the mother of Jesus,  appears in only two passages in the whole gospel of John but at very significant places: John 2:1-11; 19:25-27. In bot ...

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF ACCRA 120TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF ACCRA 120TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

The Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra in conjunction with the Archdiocesan 120th Anniversary Implementation Committee announces the Opening Ceremonies and Other Activities for Decem ...

MAD CAR DISEASES ON OUR ROADS

MAD CAR DISEASES ON OUR ROADS

By: Hon. Daniel Dugan Just take a day off and in a relaxing holiday mood take a round trip drive on the Tema motor way. The first thing that will strike you is that the rules of th ...

ETHNICITY AND ITS EFFECTS IN GHANA

ETHNICITY AND ITS EFFECTS IN GHANA

An ethnic group is made up of an aggregate of people who claim direct ancestry from a common ancestor or ancestress, real or putative. They are people who have one history of origi ...

MAD CAR DISEASES ON OUR ROADS

By: Hon. Daniel Dugan Just take a day off and in a relaxing holiday mood take a round trip drive on the Tema motor way. The first thing that will strike you is that the rules of the game are disregarded. The driving regulations mandate all drivers on a dual carriageway to respect the fast track system, that is the inner lane, and keep it clear only for overtaking. However on the Tema motorway, Ghana’s answe ...

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Solar Energy – A renewable and emission-free power source (Part II)

By: Marina Thurau In the first part of this article we had a closer look at the sun and the processes creating the different types of electromagnetic radiation and how scientists found ways and materials of using this renewable and emission-free solar power. In part two we want to have a closer look at – solar-thermal energy (STE) and its applications. STE generates electricity indirectly, by heating a flui ...

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Rural Community Development in Africa – the Possibilities

By Rev. Fr. Dr. Eric Oduro Wiafe Introduction There have been conscientious efforts by many African governments to initiate, implement and make effective, the local government system so as to bring their governments closer to the people. This is due to the realization that, effective participation of the people in local government facilitates the achievements of their needs. In actual fact, if the objective ...

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Solar Energy – A renewable and emission-free power source (Part I)

By: Marina Thurau The need for alternative sources of energy which are green and earth-friendly has been a subject of concern to many scientists, researchers and policy makers for a long time. Fortunately, some inroads have been made, like wind, tidal and wave power, biogas and solar power but they have not been harnessed to the extent of minimizing the traditional dependency on oil and hydrothermal power g ...

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WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?

It is disheartening to know that though Ghanaians know that the development of every country depends partly on her infrastructural development, the culture of maintenance is rather not given its prominent place. The evidence points to the fact that without significant improvement in the Ghanaian maintenance culture, mere addition of more public and private infrastructure can only result in their eventual de ...

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