SCRAMBLE FOR VOTES: ELECTORATE LEFT TO THIRST FOR WATER IN BUILSA SOUTH

Water is vital to human life. Unfortunately however, it will continue to be a scarce commodity in some districts in the Upper East Region...

POLITICAL CAMPAIGN POSTERS ON ROAD SIGNS, A THREAT TO ROAD SAFETY

Road signs are very important. They provide valuable information to road users that help maintain orderliness; thereby reducing road accidents. In Ghana, election years come...

INCREASING NUMBER OF CHILD BEGGARS IN BOLGATANGA RAISES EYEBROWS

There is a general concern over the increasing rate of streetism among children in the country. Successive governments as well as non-governmental organizations have tried...

Youth Harvest Foundation Ghana pushes for full implementation of PWDs Act

Youth Harvest Foundation Ghana (YHFG), a youth focus Non-Governmental Organization in the Upper East Region is advocating for...

Covid-19: A threat to reproductive health care – U/E Population Officer

The impact of the novel coronavirus is said to have adversely affected the gains that have been made...

COVID DIARY: Schools and COVID-9 Information

The “new normal” took a further step towards entrenching itself when some students returned to school last week. Students such as final...

Paralyzed after birth: Sad story of a JHS Pupil appealing for financial support

Gloria Asusiba is a second year Junior High School Pupil at Winkongo in the Talensi District of the Upper East Region.

Opinion: Marketing in Turbulent Times

In times of turbulent times some people may choose to call it Recession, Meltdown, Crisis, Challenging times or difficult times,...

Pupils with special needs call for empowerment from authorities

Even though society sees them as individuals who need special attention, persons with special needs see themselves differently. They...

N/R:illegal felling of economic trees threatens livelihoods

The growth and development of women in the agricultural value-chain is greatly affected in the Nanton District in the Northern Region.