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SCOTTISH POWER COMPANY TO CONSTRUCT POWER PLANT

A Scottish power producing firm, Aggreko plc, has secured a provisional licence from the Energy Commission to develop a power plant at Esiama, in the Ellembelle District.

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MELCOM CARE FOUNDATION COMMEMORATES GHANA’S REPUBLIC DAY WITH DONATIONS TO CHILDREN

As part of activities marking Ghana’s Republic Day, Melcom Care Foundation, the Social and Charity Division of the Melcom Group of Companies, has presented children’s items to a number of institutions in Accra.

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GRADUATING FEMALE ENGINEERS CALL THE SHOTS AT KNUST

The College of Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has lauded this year’s graduating female engineering students for their remarkable and unprecedented academic performance at its 49th Congregation in Kumasi.

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GOV’T TO PAY ALL FERTILIZER SUBSIDIES BY DEC. 2015 - MINISTER

The Deputy Minister for Food and Agriculture in charge of Crops, Dr. Ahmed Yakubu Alhassan, has assured that government is assiduously making arrangements to ensure that all payments for the 2015 fertilizer subsidy programme are made by the end of the year.

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EVALUATION YEAR 2015 LAUNCHED IN ACCRA

The United Nations Organization (UN) has declared 2015 as Evaluation Year (Eval Year) during which each UN member-country is expected to undertake activities to mark the occasion, with a focus on highlighting the relevance of evaluation in policy management and ensuring better development results.

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KNUST TACKLES ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) College of Engineering is working on a collaborative multi-disciplinary research to come out with effective ways in dealing with environmental pollution.

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UNICEF/NETHERLANDS LAUNCHES 5.9 MILLION URBAN SANITATION PROJECT

The Kingdom of the Netherlands through UNICEF has launched a € 5.9 million Euros project aimed at improving access to sanitation with a focus on urban areas.

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PRESIDENT MAHAMA CONDEMNS POLITICISATION OF NATIONAL ISSUES

President John Dramani Mahama yesterday expressed disaffection at the over politicisation of national issues that is eating deep into the human fabric.

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