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The Ghana Health Service will from Thursday begin vaccinating more than 500,000 children under five years against poliomyelitis, the virus-causing crippling, disease in the Western Region.

World Vision Ghana (WVG) has supported 400 women at Bongo-Soe in the Bongo District of the Upper East Region to go into shea butter processing for export.

Societe Generale Ghana (SGG) is giving its potential and existing customers a chance to win prizes in the second phase of its deposit mobilisation campaign aimed to encourage a savings culture among Ghanaians.

The Ghana Association of Savings and Loans Companies (GHASALC) continues to record robust growth despite the challenging economic environment, Ms Eunice Brako Marfo, Executive Secretary of the Association, said on Tuesday.

TRACE TV and Airtel will soon be presenting a unique mobile song competition. It's the first song contest of its kind in Ghana where contestants can win simply by calling in a short code number. There is even an option to rehearse on a phone karaoke that scores the performance. Without having to stand in big long queues, all that participants have to do is Call, Sing and Win a chance to become the next big music star in Ghana and possibly across Africa and the world.

The Afigya-Kwabre District Assembly has stepped in to provide basic schools in the area with urgently needed teaching materials.

Mr George Lawson, National Democratic Congress (NDC) Deputy General Secretary in charge of operations has called on members to be united and work hard to achieve victory for the party in the 2016 general elections.

Nana Oye Luther, Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) has revealed that the ministry is expanding the Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty ( LEAP) programme to cover pregnant women and infants from extremely poor households under a "LEAP 1000" initiative.

The Acting Central Regional Stool Lands Officer , Office of the Administration of Stool Lands (OASL), Mr. Prince Gyapong has said the establishment of Customary Land Secretariats (CLSs) in the country was not to deprive traditional councils and land owners of their property.

The Agona Nsaba Traditional Council has disassociated itself from the statement made against the Member of Parliament of Agona East, Mrs Queenster Pokuaa Sawyer by an NDC activist over sitting of Community SHS at Agona Duakwa in the Central region.
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