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Teachers to write license exams in July

The National Teaching Council (NTC) of the Ministry of Education has instituted a licensing exam for all prospective teachers in the country. According to the communique by the NTC, starting from the 2017/2018 academic year all prospective teachers will write a professional examination before they are recognized. In a letter …

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8 injured as Military and Police clash in Tamale

Some military officers at Tamale in the Northern region have gone on a rampage attacking police officers in the area. The incident occurred on Wednesday, 16 May 2018 following an attempt by a military officer to escape from police custody. According to reports, a military officer attempted to escape from …

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Akufo-Addo suspends four High Court Justices

The President, Nana Akufo-Addo has on the advice of the Judicial Council suspended four Justices of the High Court. The suspension of justices Uuter Paul Dery, Justice Mustapha Logoh, Justice Gilbert Ayisi Addo and Justice Charles Quist is to take immediate effect, a statement signed by the Director of Communications …

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11-yr-old son boiled over missing GHȻ1 by mother

An 11-year-old boy has been hospitalized after suffering severe burns, the result of his mother’s assault on him for taking her one cedi. The mother whose name was given as Sister Yaa has confessed throwing boiling water on her son’s groin area. A large area of his skin peeled off …

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Amewu leads delegation to UN Forum

The Lands and Natural Resources Minister, John Peter Amewu, is leading a delegation to the 13th session of the United Nations (UN) Forum on Forests. The meeting would take place at the world body’s headquarters in New York, beginning on Monday and end on Friday, May 11. It would be …

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Judges to be appraised on bail applications

The Judicial Service will be appraising Judges and Magistrates on the use of their discretion in granting of bail to alleged offenders who appear before them, a Supreme Court Judge has said. The appraisal would be in the wake of how some magistrates and judges were interpreting the Supreme Court …

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