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Anita Rani to join Emma Barnett on Woman’s Hour

COUNTRYFILE HOST host Anita Rani is to join Emma Barnett as a presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour. She will present the Friday and Saturday editions of the long-running programme, beginning on 15 January. Rani, 43, said she had “long been a fan” of the programme and that she …

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Irish mother and baby homes report to be published

A MEETING of the Republic of Ireland’s cabinet is expected to authorise the publication of a final report by a commission into mother and baby homes on Tuesday. The institutions were used to house women and girls who became pregnant outside marriage. The final report is expected to find that …

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Lisa Montgomery: Judge halts execution of only woman on US death row

A US judge has granted a stay of execution to Lisa Montgomery – just hours before the only woman on America’s federal death row was due to be given a lethal injection. Judge James Hanlon said a competency hearing should be held first. Montgomery’s lawyers had argued she was mentally …

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FBI fears armed protests by Trump supporters ahead of Biden inauguration

US security officials have warned of possible armed protests being held across the country in the days before Joe Biden is sworn in as president. There are reports of armed groups planning to gather at all 50 state capitols and in Washington DC in the run-up to his 20 January …

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Rawlings to be laid-in-state from Jan 24.

The late President Jerry John Rawlings will be laid in state at the foyer of the Accra International Conference Centre from January 24 to January 26, 2021, the Foreign Affairs Ministry has said in a circular to foreign missions. “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration of the Republic …

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Apologise to Ghanaians over chaotic proceedings – NCCE to Parliament

The National Commission on Civic Education (NCCE) has urged Parliament to apologise to Ghanaians over the chaos that engulfed the House in the wake of the Speakership election on January 7. In a statement, the NCCE said the happenings in Parliament on the day was “unconstitutional, disgraceful, detestable and smacks …

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NDC went into Speakership election with a strategy – Amoako Baah

POLITICAL SCIENTIST  Dr. Richard Amoako Baah says the NDC caucus in Parliament went into the Speakership election in Parliament on Thursday with a strategy. According to him, the NPP caucus in the House was late in realising the strategy of their opponents and therefore could not counter it hence the …

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Suhum: Notorious fake abortion Doctor jailed four years

  A SUHUM  Circuit Court in the Eastern Region has jailed a notorious quack abortion Doctor who had operated in the area for about 10 years now. Starr News Eastern Regional Correspondent Kojo Ansah in 2017, secretly filmed this quack doctor -Darko David through undercover investigation in a small dirty …

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Over 6000 Basic schools undergoing disinfection in Greater Accra

THE THIRD  phase of the disinfection exercise aimed at making the various Senior High Schools and Basic Schools environment safe ahead of reopening of schools is underway in Accra. The exercise by government which is spearheaded by waste management giant Zoomlion Ghana Limited is expected to to touch over 6000 …

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Michael Apted: TV documentary pioneer and film-maker dies aged 79

FILM DIRECTOR  Michael Apted, best known for the Up series of TV documentaries following the lives of 14 people every seven years, has died aged 79. He also directed Coal Miner’s Daughter, Gorillas In The Mist and the 1999 Bond movie The World Is Not Enough. The original 7 Up …

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