Here are today's newspaper headlines
ASSEMBLY MEMBERS TAKE OFFICE AMID PROTESTS AGAINST SOME GOVERNMENT APPOINTEES
District assemblies throughout the country are back to life following the inauguration of new district assembly members Tuesday.
GCAA INVESTIGATES STARBOW PLANE ACCIDENT
The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has set in motion a process to investigate an incident in which a Starbow airplane from Accra skidded off the runway at the Tamale Airport Tuesday.
329,416 PLACED IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS
The Computerized School Selection System (CSSPS) Secretariat has placed 329,416 out of the candidates who wrote this year’s Basic Education Certificate examination (BECE) in senior high schools and technical institutes in the country.
5 PROBE ANAS JUDGES
The Chief Justice Georgina Theodora Wood, has launched into setting up of a five-member committee chaired by chaired by Justice Sophia A.B. Akufo – a justice of the Supreme Court – to investigate seven judges indicated in the Anas Aremeyaw Anas exposé on judicial corruption.
STARBOW PLANE SKIDS OFF RUNWAY
Starbow Airline, a private domestic airline carrying passengers from Accra to Tamale on Tuesday morning was said to have skidded off the runway at the Tamale airport.
LPG STATIONS FACE CLOSURE
The Finder has uncovered plans by government to phase out all of 593 existing liquefied petroleum gas refill outlets in urban and peri-urban areas.
INFORMATION BLACKOUT ON POWER BADGES
Ghanaians have been left in the dark as to the date the power badges promised to ameliorate the rolling power cuts (dumsor) will arrive in Ghana.
CONTROLLER RELEASES 756, 000 CEDIS TO PAY PSYCHIATRIC NURSES
The Controller and Accountant General’s Department has transferred over 756,000 cedis to the three psychiatric hospitals in the country for payment of outstanding salaries arrears owed nurses in these hospitals.
70 STARBOW PASSENGERS IN BIG SCARE
Seventy passengers on board Starbow aircraft Tuesday escaped unhurt when the plane skidded off the runway at the Tamale Airport in the Northern Region.
NYAHO-TAMAKLOE DEMANDS TOTAL INQUIRY INTO JUDICIARY
A leading member of the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nayho-Tamakloe, has called for a thorough public inquiry into allegations of judicial improprieties.
Investors’ unwillingness to after a lower yield on government’s $1,5 billion Eurobond could have dire repercussions for the country’s debt stock should government look to the domestic market to fiancé the deficit or reconsider the investor’s higher yields.
FARMERS RECORD HIGHER YIELDS WITH BIOCHAR
Some farmers within the savannah ecological zones have commended Switzerland for Abokobi Society (SAS), a non-governmental organisation, for its intervention to ensure good maize yield.
ZOOMLION PLANS MORE PPP PROJECTS AFTER CLEARANCE FROM WORLD BANK
Zoomlion Ghana has made clear its plans to commit more investment into Public Private Partnership projects in the sub-region to help it prudently manage waste.