Shoe Factory To Take Delivery Of New Machines

The GIHOC Footwear Division Limited, formerly Kumasi Shoe Factory, is to take delivery of additional machines to significantly expand the capacity of its production lines.

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Deputy Minister Briefs Parliament on Policies on Mineral Resources

The Deputy Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Ms. Babara Asamoah, has said that the Minerals and Mining Policy adopted by Cabinet last year calls on government to ensure that mining operations were conducted responsibly.

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90,785 Households Receives LEAP Payment

Ninety thousand, seven hundred and eighty five (90,785) households in 144 districts will receive benefits from the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) programme for the months of March and April, 2015.

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NATIONAL YOUTH BILL TO BE PASSED INTO LAW

The National Youth Bill, which was withdrawn from Parliament during the last session, will soon be presented to Cabinet for consideration.

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GOVERNMENT AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS TO 2,300 SHS STUDENTS UNDER SEIP

Two Thousand Hundred (2,300) Senior High School students across the country were, on Friday, awarded scholarships under the Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP) for the 2014/2015 academic year at a ceremony in Accra.

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HELP IMPROVE HEALTHCARE DELIVERY —DEPUTY HEALTH MINISTER

The 2015 Annual Health Summit has ended in Accra with a call on Development Partners to support the Ministry of Health in the quest to improve health care delivery in Ghana.

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Parliament Defers Debate on Conduct of Public Officers Bill

The Speaker of Parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho, has deferred debate and vote on some provisions of the Conduct of Public Officers Bill for further consultation following a media reports  over some controversial sections of the Bill.

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Small Town Water Supply System Project To Be Completed In July

The Small Town Water Supply System project sponsored by the International Development Association of World Bank is to be completed in July.

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