The body which represents UK supermarkets says the cost of a food shop should ease in the coming months.
Day: May 1, 2023
Kenyans are trying to fathom why more than 100 people starved to death in an isolated camp.
A law that seeks to give Canadian artists a boost online has led to some accusations of censorship.
Restaurants are extracting energy from their kitchen fumes and using it to heat the whole business.
Treasury Secretary has warned of ‘serious harm’ to the economy if it hits the debt ceiling.
One person died and two others are being treated at the St. Gregory Catholic Hospital in Gomoa Buduburam after they were involved in two separate accidents on Monday. Ollu Vannie, one of the accident victims died shortly after being admitted at the St. Gregory Catholic Hospital in Gomoa Buduburam. This was after his sachet water […]
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Russia has suffered more than 100,000 causalities in the battle for Bakhmut, the White House says.
Five days after the Sekondi Commercial Court imprisoned a popular hiplife musician, Nhyiraba Kojo, for 30 days, he is yet to be released from the Sekondi Prisons. The musician was sentenced for contempt of court in a case filed by four residents of Fijai on noise from his nightclub. His counsel Philip Fiifi Buckman says […]
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The Member of Parliament for South Dayi, Rockson-Nelson Dafeamkepor has gone to the Supreme Court over the appointment of two new members– Hajia Salima Ahmed Tijani and Dr Peter Appiahene– to the Electoral Commission’s Board. The lawmaker in his writ has also added the Electoral Commission and Attorney General of the Republic of Ghana. He […]
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Almost 300 people are arrested across France in clashes with demonstrators angry at pension reforms.