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Two hundred and two (202) women have put themselves up for election to the 30 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies in the Ashanti Region. Mr. Paul Boateng, the Regional Director of the Electoral Commission (EC), who made this known to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Kumasi, said in all, 3, 578 candidates are contesting the election, which would be held across the entire nation on Tuesday, September 1.

Data centres are strategic business assets and they facilitate a company's performance and the services they are able to provide their customers. The criticality of data centres continues to rise, leading more industry-wide discussions regarding what "mission critical" means and how data centre owners can minimise the risk of downtime in their facilities.

Dr. Henry Seidu Daannaa, Minister of Chieftaincy and Traditional Affairs on Thursday picked a nomination form to contest the National Democratic Congress (NDC) primaries of the Wa East Constituency.

Mr. Bernard Adjei, Deputy General Secretary of the Public Services Workers Union (PSWU), has called for respect for the country's labour laws and institutions to promote peaceful industrial atmosphere.

With its 155 islands, Seychelles leaves travelers and tourists wanting for more when the vacation draws to an end. Adventures in Mahe, La Digue and Praslin which are the more popular islands are definitely unforgettable and would have the visitors well relaxed before departure. Mahe's beautiful beaches and scenic atmosphere is the perfect royal retreat or getaway you could gift yourself or loved ones, La Digue's jade waters give off this laid back vibe for relaxation beyond your imagination and Praslin is for the adrenaline-rush seeking travellers who long to scuba-dive or snorkel.

President John Mahama has tasked chief fishermen at the various landing sites to form watch-dog committees to help expose fishermen who engage in illegal fishing activities.

Hands on workshops and experts provide attendees with latest dental technologies and updates in the industry

Participants at a two day training workshop organized in Bolgatanga by the Presbyterian Health Service-North (PHS-N) have attributed the spate of teenage pregnancies in the Region largely to the lack of Adolescent Reproductive Health Education. Available statistics show that the Upper East Region has the highest record of teenage pregnancies among the three regions in the North.

Dr. Kofi Agyenim-Boateng, Consultant and Head of the Diabetes Centre at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), has expressed grave concern about the action of some alternative medicine practitioners who go on air claiming to have found a cure for the chronic Diabetes disease.

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