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Govt settles on 2 banks as joint Energy bond managers

By Raju J. R. PARWANI, ACCRA
GOVERNMENT has appointed Fidelity Bank and Standard Chartered Bank as Lead Managers for the issuance of the Energy Sector Levy Act (ESLA) backed long-term bond to resolve the energy sector legacy debt.

Ghana steps-up to protect elderly against abuse

GHANA has stepped up national efforts to protect and guarantee the well-being of the elderly persons against the numerous abuses they go through by virtue of their age and its related challenges.

Jubilee shutdown cuts production by 40%

By Ivy Esinam TUSAH
LAST year’s shutdown of the Jubilee Field reduced Ghana’s oil and gas production by 40%, a report by the Public Interest Accountability Committee (PIAC), has revealed.

Jubilee shutdown cuts production by 40%

By Ivy Esinam TUSAH
LAST year’s shutdown of the Jubilee Field reduced Ghana’s oil and gas production by 40%, a report by the Public Interest Accountability Committee (PIAC), has revealed.

Researchers warn against unregulated hospital ash residue disposal

RESEARCHERS have raised a red flag over indiscriminate and unregulated disposal of incinerated ash residues from the country’s hospitals.

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People who build dam without permission to be prosecuted

From Michael Sarpong MFUM, Sunyani
THE Water Resources Commission has hinted that from July 27, 2017, people who construct dams in the country without permit would be prosecuted.

Support PANAFEST to promote cultural heritage - Oguaamanhen

OSABARIMA Kwasi Atta II, the Omanhen of Oguaa Traditional Area, has called for the support of Ghanaians, particularly the media, to promote the ideals of the Pan-African Historical Theatre Festival (PANAFEST) and “Emancipation Day”.

iSpace exposes women to technology

iSPACE Foundation has opened applications for its Unlocking Women and Technology (UWAT) programme which aims at exposing young ladies to the world of technology and trains them on its viable use.

Fire engulfs London tower block, at least six dead, more than 70 injured

By Kylie MacLellan and Toby Melville | LONDON
Fire engulfed a 24-storey housing block in central London in the early hours on Wednesday, killing at least six people and injuring 74 others in an inferno that trapped residents as they slept.

Oil: Ghana risks $13 billion loss

. If price remains well below $50 for 20yrs

By Isaac AIDOO
GHANA is set to lose a whopping $13billion in oil revenues if the price of the commodity drops and remains below $50 for the next two decades, a report by the World Bank Group has revealed.