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One Weird Trick to Stay Asleep All Night

Boston) – Did you know that people who get enough sleep (about 7-9 hours a night) are more likely to have higher productivity, feel more energetic throughout the day, and experience less stress? Sleep is crucial for concentration, memory formation, and repairing and rejuvenating the cells of the body. Both mentally and physically, a good night’s sleep is essential for ...

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Judge ‘begs’ assembly to relocate public toilet

The presiding judge of the Agona Swedru Circuit Court, Mr Nathaniel K.E. Osam, has appealed to the Agona West Municipal Assembly (AWMA), as a matter of urgency, to consider relocating the Bebianiha public place of convenience and a refuse dump which are a few metres away from the court complex. According to him, the location of the court complex – ...

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Fetish priest remanded over murder of students

The Nkawkaw Magistrate Court yesterday remanded in police custody the 27-year-old fetish priest who allegedly butchered two senior high school (SHS) students and severely injured a third one in the bush at Kwahu-Atwidie in the Eastern Region. Kwabena Efo Oduro was charged with murder but his plea was not taken. He is to reappear before the court on March 15, ...

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Youth question GHS10m for MP offices

Spending GHS10,000,000 for the construction of 275 MP constituency offices is a waste of money which could instead be used to benefit the MPs’ communities, according to a youth group. The Youth Economic Dialogue (YED)says the annual expenditure in running the 275 offices across the country could cost about GHS16million over the next four years. Following a case study conducted ...

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Ghana: Parliament queries officials over electricity crisis.

Parliament Select Committee on Mines and Energy yesterday summoned officials of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), Volta River Authority (VRA), GRIDCO and the Energy Commission over the current power crisis that has hit the country. Senior officials of the four electricity providers had a hectic time in the over four-hour grilling by members of the committee on challenges in ...

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PRESS RELEASE:ON THE OCCASION OF INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

  CeDI-Africa would like to draw the nation’s attention to some fundamental issues on the occasion of International Women’s Day today.   Physical assault on any human being is a crime under our criminal code. It does not become any less criminal if the assault is on a woman. Any attempt to make it less offensive and customarily accepted for ...

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Ghana, 56 and crying

The Akans have a saying that literally translates: “A man doesn’t cry”. What this implies is that, an adult must not cry no matter what. It will therefore be deemed shameful for an old man, and for that matter, a man with only 4 years into his retirement to be crying every other day for lack of amenities as basic ...

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Goodbye Chavez, America Never Knew You

News of Hugo Chavez’s death is spreading rapidly. In America, we can anticipate a large collection of articles noting his activities, articles that are nearly all a product of our American/corporate view of the world. These American articles will be mostly negative, a one-sided portrayal of a complex leader who was beloved by much of his country, admired by large ...

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