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Starr FM donates to Korle-Bu Cardio unit

GHANA’S FASTEST-GROWING radio station, Starr 103.5FM, has donated GH¢69, 000 to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital’s Cardiothoracic Centre. The amount was raised through the station’s Heartbeat Project launched in February, encouraging listeners and well-wishers to contribute to help patients with chronic heart diseases pay for heart surgeries. Listeners contributed via …

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Ghana hosts 57th IFATCA

BY RAMSON ACQUAH-HAYFORD GHANA IS the first country in West Africa to host the annual International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers Association (IFATCA) Conference. The conference, which began on Monday at Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel in Accra on the theme ‘Making the Future Ours’ , is expected to end on …

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Preserve Ghana’s heritage-Govt urged

FROM ANTHONY AMOAH, APEGUSO (E/R) MR ALEX Adenyo, the partnership facilitator of the Asuogyaman Cluster of projects for Compassion International, has urged the government and stakeholders to preserve the cultural heritage of Ghanaian societies for enhanced development. Speaking at the maiden cultural festival for some 3,700 children on the theme …

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Holding govt appointees accountable is not witch-hunting – Aposle Agalenyoh

THE WORLDWIDE Missionary in charge of the Seventh Day Congregation of Theocracy, Apostle Kadmiel Agbalenyoh, has emphasised that state anti-corruption agencies holding present or past government appointees accountable should not be viewed as political witch-hunting. Apostle Agbalenyoh, in an interview with the DAILY HERITAGE, said such exercises should be seen …

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Class 3 pupil trapped to death after being sacked for GH¢20.00 school fees

A 10-YEAR-OLD class three pupil has died of suffocation after he was trapped in a locked car for 10 hours at Akyem New Tafo in the Eastern Region. The body of the boy, identified as Odei Adarkwa Alex,  has been deposited at Akyem Tafo Government Hospital while the police have …

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UCC students schooled on ‘Internet of Things’

WORLD RENOWNED inventor of Fibre Optics and Nanotechnology expert, Dr Thomas Mensah, has schooled students of University of Cape Coast on the future of ‘Internet of Things’ (IOT). In telephone interview with the DAILY HERITAGE, the expert said he was invited to the Electro Optics Laboratory of UCC by the …

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Stop being burden on church-Rev Amoa koAtta tells Clergy

BY PHILIP ANTOH philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh THE GENERAL Superintendent of the International Charismatic Methodist Church, Right Reverend William Amoako Atta Junior, has called on modern day clergymen to stop becoming a burden on their churches and rather find extra work to do. According to Rt. Rev Amoako Atta, some pastors and men …

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Comet to pay GHȼ18,500 compensation to Mallam Market salt victims

PHILIP ANTOH philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh FOLLOWING THE refusal of the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources to pay for 185 bags of salt destroyed by some soldiers stationed at the Mallam Market to man a portion of reclaimed portion land, Comet Properties Limited, the construction company building the market,  has committed to …

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Stroke alert: Even 30-yr-olds at high risk, Poor lifestyle major threat

BY MUNTALLA INUSAH muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh IT HAS emerged from the corridors of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital’s Stroke Unit that the lifestyle or attitude of the youth has made stroke a disease for the younger generation instead of the previous situation when the disease struck the aged, particularly 70-year olds and their …

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BIC launches ‘write it live it’ campaign

BIC, THE household stationery brand, is set to distribute a hundred thousand units of its latest BIC crystal fine pens and evolution graphite pencils in schools across the country. The free distributions which will kick start in the Ashanti Region from March, forms part of the 2018 BIC School Activation …

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