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  • 19 February

    Chemicals ‘can cause long-term lung damage’

    WOMEN WHO do the housework or work as cleaners using everyday cleaning sprays are causing long-term damage to their lungs, a study has warned. The irritating chemicals including ammonia lead to long-term decline in lung function. In cleaners the decline in function is similar to smoking less than a pack …

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  • 19 February

    Voltic Female Employees donate to Nsawam female prisoners

    FEMALE EMPLOYEES of Voltic Ghana Limited donated items worth GH¢ 5,000.00 to female inmates of the Nsawam Prisons on Chocolate Day to express love and inspire them not to give up in life. The Voltic Ladies, through a motivational illustrative talk, urged inmates to have faith and pray; plan; believe …

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  • 19 February

    Free SHS not really new – Ace Ankomah

    BY IDDI YIRE, GNA   FREE SENIOR High School (SHS) is great but apparently it’s not really new, Mr Ace Ankomah, a legal practitioner and a leading member of the pressure group, Occupy Ghana, has said. He said some form of free education had being going on in Ghana for …

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  • 19 February

    Ho Central NPP roots for Ahaze

    By: PATRICE SYLVESTER SELORMEY, HO THE RACE for the Ho Central constituency chairmanship of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is getting keener by the day as a former constituency organiser, Mr Frank Ahaze has joined the race after the February 24 deadline given by the acting general secretary, John Boadu …

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  • 19 February

    Adopt driving break for drivers- Safety expert

    BY PHILIP ANTOH philip.antoh@dailyheritage.com.gh A HEALTH and safety expert and director of PB Protection Centre, Mr Philip Nana Asante has called on the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC) to adopt a compulsory 15 minutes rest breaks for every two-hour journey for drivers to help reduce stress that lead to road …

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  • 19 February

    Fiber optics inventor discusses IOT with SMEs in S/Africa

    BY ERICA ARTHUR WORLD RENOWNED inventor of Fiber Optics and Nanotechnology expert, Dr Thomas Mensah has schooled Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in South Africa on new devices for the IOT (Internet of Things Space) for the growth of their businesses. According to the author of the book ‘The Right …

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  • 19 February

    Why the number of Basic School subjects should be reduced

    AT THE basic level of education, one issue that comes up strongly is the Intelligence Quotient level of pupils and their attention span during instructional hours. From class one to the final year of Junior High School (JHS) education, many of the pupils are below 15 years. The exceptions are …

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  • 19 February

    GBA to sanction disobedient boxers

    BY ANNETTE S. YEBOAH THE GHANA Boxing Authority (GBA) President, lawyer Peter Zwennes has promised to punish licensed boxers who put the name of Ghana boxing into disrepute. He made those comments at a press conference to announce the next world title bout of Isaac Dogboe. The announcement was made …

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  • 19 February

    Ghana badminton team’s W/Cup hope quashed

    GHANA BADMINTON team’s quest to win gold  and also qualify to the world badminton championship in Thailand in May this year has been butchered as they failed to make the mark in the just ended African Badminton Championship in Algeria. The Ghanaian side hit a snag when they lost to …

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  • 19 February

    Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux announce Separation

    HOLLYWOOD COUPLE Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are separating after two years of marriage. The pair, who reportedly met on the set of comedy film Wanderlust, said the mutual decision was “lovingly made” at the end of last year. They gave no reason for the split and said they intended …

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