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Government To Promote The Use Of Biogas Technology In Schools

President John Dramani Mahama has directed the heads of all Senior High Schools and tertiary institutions to convert their septic tanks into bioseptics and the methane generated harnessed for electricity production for cooking the meals of students in the schools.

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UNU-INRA LAUNCHES TWO BOOKS IN ACCRA

Two books that capture some of the research work at the United Nations University-Institute of Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA) have been launched in Accra.

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MTN Ghana Launches 21 Days Yello Care Challenge 2015

The Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN) Ghana, Mrs Cynthia Lumor, has noted that investment in education is fundamental to the development and progress of nations.

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EMPLOYMENT AND HEALTH MINISTER MEET STAKEHOLDERS IN HEALTH

The Minister for Employment and Labour Relations, Hon. Haruna Iddrisu, has called on the Ghana Medical Association and its stakeholders not to use strike as a tool for negotiation.

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MELCOM CARE FOUNDATION DONATES TO KORLE-BU AND 37 MILITARY HOSPITALS

Melcom Care Foundation, the Social and Charity Division of the Melcom Group of Companies, has presented relief items to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) and the 37 Military Hospital.

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EMPLOYMENT MINISTRY TO COLLABORATE WITH THE MEDIA TO FIGHT CHILD LABOUR

Government is delighted to collaborate with the media to disseminate information efficiently and effectively to fight the problem of Child Labour, the Minister for Employment and Labour Relations, Hon. Haruna Iddrisu, has stated.

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Deregulation will ensure cheaper petroleum pricing-Kofi Buah

Mr Emmauel Armah Kofi- Buah, the Minister of Petroleum, has said Government’s decision to deregulate the petroleum sector was to allow petroleum importers and marketers to reduce their price as well as pull in more private players into the sector.

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UN Ghana commiserates with flood victims

The United Nations System in Ghana on Friday said it is saddened by the loss of lives, properties and livelihoods as a result of the floods and the explosion at the fuel station at Kwame Nkrumah Circle.

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