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Gov’t sets May 15 to June 15 as closed season for fishing

Gov’t sets May 15 to June 15 as closed season for fishing

The Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture has announced the nationwide closed season for fishing as May 15 to June 15, 2019. Last year, stakeholders in the fisheries sector opposed the ban because of what they said was the failure of  the Ministry to inform them ahead of time. Sector Minister, Elizabeth Afoley

Tarkwa residents block traffic in protest over bad roads

Tarkwa residents block traffic in protest over bad roads

Residents of Tarkwa in the Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipality have once again blocked the main Tarkwa-Takoradi in protest of its deplorable state. The protest disrupted traffic causing gridlock on the over 10-kilometre Tarkwa-Ahietieso stretch of the main road. Residents are presently burning tyres and mounted barriers leaving commuters stranded. Police are trying to bring protesters under

Sinohydro project kick starts today with Tamale Interchange project

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The $1.5 billion roads infrastructure project under the Sinohydro Master Project Agreement will commence later today, Wednesday with President Nana Akufo-Addo cutting sod for the construction of the Tamale Interchange project. The Master Project Support was agreed between Ghana and the Sinohydro Corporation Limited in 2017 to address major infrastructure challenges in

Son gives Tottenham first-leg victory over Man City

Son gives Tottenham first-leg victory over Man City

Son Heung-min's late goal gave Tottenham a crucial and well-deserved advantage over Manchester City in a thunderous Champions League quarter-final first leg. Spurs survived the concession of an early penalty as keeper Hugo Lloris saved from Sergio Aguero, awarded on a pitchside video review by the referee after Danny Rose was

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