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*>>> General News Headlines…*

* Russia World Cup kick start today, Ghana absent.

* Ignore fake $98m BECE marking deal – Ministry of Education.

* WAEC marks BECE scripts for free; why pay $98m to Chinese firm? – Ministry rubbishes story.

* NO BED SYNDROME: There were 5 empty beds but Ridge Hospital said ‘no beds’; my husband died – Widow.

* Court orders Attorney General to furnish Dr. Opuni with documents.

* Tony Lithur accuses Nana Oye of having affairs.

* Tony Lithur’s top 7 accusations against wife, Nana Oye Lithur.

* Tony Lithur names two men allegedly having affair with his wife, Oye Lithur.

* ‘Divorce petition leak unfortunate; pray for us’ – Oye-Lithur.

* I’m in love with Nana Oye Lithur – Abronye confesses.

* Anas petitions EOCO, BoG, AG to probe Nyantakyi over money laundering.

* Full document: Anas’ petition on money laundering probe against Nyantakyi.

* Money Laundering: All banks directed to provide information on Nyantakyi and GFA bank statements.

* You have done enough damage, leave Nyantakyi alone – Social media users to Anas.

* Google to open first African artificial intelligence centre in Ghana.

* STRANEK-Africa drags NIA, A-G before Supreme Court over Ghana card.

* RTI Action Campaign raises concerns over flaws in new bill.

* Togo unrest: Ghana, Guinea unite effort to bring peace
$1m per constituency to be disbursed this year – Minister.

* Toll-free lines can solve ‘no bed syndrome’ – MP.

* NPP Northern Regional second vice chairperson saves 3-week-old baby.

* First Lady, others to be honored by the Royal Philharmonic Choir.

* Keteke Ghana spearheads construction of four-unit classroom block in Suhyen.

* Father of suspended ‘Pepperdem’ presidential staffer begs.

* Suspending presidential staffer to please foot-soldiers wrong – Prof. Asare.

* Is our priority Ghana Card? – Allotey Jacobs asks government.

* Government committed to see Ghana fully digitised – Bawumia.

* Some government appointees sabotaging galamsey fight – Small scale miners allege.

* Government increases student loan by 50%.

* Help realise and implement SDGs – President Akufo-Addo to CEOs.

* Government can’t locate $178m Kelni GVG documents – Franklin Cudjoe.

* Family of 1-year-old to sue hospital for administering expired drugs.

* Procuring buses for party members good idea – Policy Analyst.

* Asenso sues A-Plus for GHC20m.

* NIA sued over Voter ID exclusion in Ghana Card registration.

* FIFA cannot ban Ghana – Foh-Amoaning.

* Lady purported to be Kennedy Agyapong’s sister fires Afia Schwarzenegger.

* #12: It’s wrong to invade someone’s privacy just because he occupies a public office – Lawyer.

* ‘Corruption in Ghana is endemic’ – Sheikh Aremeyaw.

* Pastor remanded for defiling minor.

* No wrongdoing in contract for Sammy Awuku’s wife – GFZA.

*>>> Sports Headlines…*

* GFA dissolution: Dr. Kofi Amoah leads five-member gov’t committee to manage football.

* Kotoko condemns Anas.

* Setting up interim body to manage football fruitless, useless exercise – AL-Wahab.

* Investigate Zylofon contract with GFA – CVM to Government.

*>>> Business Headlines…*

* Inflation for May increases marginally to 9.8%.

* Adopt prudent investment plans in Agric sector to promote inclusive growth – Ishmael Ackah.

* CAP30 to drain state of GHC1.3bn in 2018.

* Oil refiners in Africa push for uniform pricing.

*>>> Entertainment Headlines…*

* Film director slams Ghana Entertainment Awards USA over ‘wrong nomination’.

* ‘I’ve only slept with Fred Amugi and Waakye in the movie industry’ – Rosemond Brown.

* Bola Ray, Berla Mundi, others ready for Kufuor health walk Saturday.

* Music is my passion, look out for more ‘collabos’ – Asamoah Gyan.

*>>> World News Headlines…*

* North Korea sanctions remain until complete denuclearisation – US.

* Russian teacher sacked over Instagram swimsuit photos.

* London Breed becomes San Francisco’s first black female mayor.

* Michael Jackson street naming scrapped.



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