By  Sunyani, June 13, 2024  The Ghana Institute of Planning (GIP) has appealed to the government to resource the Parks and Gardens, whose duty was to ensure protection and sustainability of the green environments. The GIP stated that the Parks and Gardens were part of the Physical Planning Department,Continue Reading

By Asufufu, June 13, 2024 A one-storey building and ground floor apartment, together with AGL Gas filling station at Asufufu in the Sunyani Municipality had completely burnt beyond maintenance. The fire, according to eyewitness sparked at 2115 hours of June 12 (Wednesday) night when a gas tanker was offloading gasContinue Reading

By  Accra, June 12, 2024 The Deputy Attorney General and Minister for Justice, Lawyer Alfred Tuah-Yeboah and other prominent personalities of Bono regions have call for collective approach for holistic development of the Bono and Bono East regions. The collaborative efforts and expertise of the various Sectors and institutionsContinue Reading

By Sunyani, June 12, 2024 A section of traders at the  Nana Bosoma Market (the Sunyani Wednesday market) has sued the Sunyani Municipal Assembly for eviction due to market rehabilitation works the Assembly said is about commencing.  They are Container Owners Association of the Market seeking legal action at theContinue Reading

By   Sunyani, June 11, 2024 Dr. Mercy Dawson, an opthalmologist at the St. Dominic Catholic Hospital, Akwatia, in the Denkyembour District of the Eastern Region says cataract is a treatable eye disease, therefore was inappropriate for someone to lose his or her sight caused by cataract. The eye surgeon,Continue Reading

By Sunyani, June 11, 2024 The Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) Hospital in Sunyani is performing free surgery for expected total of 300 cataract-eye patients. Dr. Louis Oteng-Gyimah, an opthalmologist, eye surgeon and the head of eye unit at the SDA Hospital, told News on Monday during a visit toContinue Reading

By Goaso, June 10  Effective implementation of  initiatives, policies, agendum and short term projects for national development rest not only on the shoulders of government, but, stakeholders and the entire citizenry. Opinion leaders, such as Traditional Authorities, the media and institutions are key stakeholders in accelerated national growth, NanaContinue Reading

By Sunyani, June 11, 2024 The Ghana Institute of Planning (GIP) (National Chapter) has asked all it Regional Chapters across the country to consciously incorporate tree planting project as part of their day-to-day planning activities.  Planner Percy Anaab Bukari, the National President, GIP, was speaking to the  media inContinue Reading

By Sunyani, June 09, 2024 The Social Science department of the Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) Senior High School, Fiapre, Sunyani, has placed high priority on tree planting for sustainable natural habitation and climate impact mitigation. A team of staff from the SDA Hospital, led by Pastor Dr. Owusu-Ansah joined the massesContinue Reading

By  Sunyani, June 09, 2024 The Social Science department of the Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) Senior High School, Fiapre, Sunyani, has placed high priority on the tree planting project for sustainable natural habitation. “We geographers are Ambassadors of nature, so ours is to protect and preserve nature for prosperity”, Mr.Continue Reading

By Odumase, June 08, 2024 A spatial planning advocate and gender activist has underscores the critical need for integrating females perspective into land use and spatial planning policies to tackle gender disparities in both urban and rural development. Mrs. Gifty Nyarko Karikari, the head of Physical Planning Department of theContinue Reading

By Sunyani, June 04, 2024 A total of 24 Sub-Chiefs and Queens from the Adonteng Royal Family in Sunyani have been enstooled on Monday.The Adonteng Division of the Sunyani Traditional Council organized the enstoolment of 11 Sub-Chiefs and 13 Sub-Queens of the Division. They were businessmen and women asContinue Reading

By  Sunyani, June 03, 2024 The Ghana Institute of Planning (GIP), Sunyani Zone, is gearing up to actively participate in the upcoming national tree planting exercises, dubbed, Green Ghana Day, a pivotal event on the country’s environmental conservation calendar. The 2024 Green Ghana Day, scheduled on 7th June, 2024Continue Reading

By Sunyani, June 01 – The Independent Parliamentary Candidate for the Sunyani East Constituency, Mr. Ransford Antwi has advise his followers to “speak about issues of development and not abusive words or utterances”. This is not about propaganda, not selfish interest, rather, about developing the Sunyani City, therefore don’tContinue Reading

Kumasi, June 01, 2024 The G2 Foundation, has urged the governments, policymakers and stakeholders to prioritize and address systemic barriers to access menstrual health and hygiene. The G2 Foundation is a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) into the health, education and socioeconomic welfare of the vulnerable, particularly widows, widowers, orphans, PersonsContinue Reading

By Sunyani, May 30, 2024 The Hepatitis Alliance of Ghana (HAG) has warn the public against misinformation and false publications about Hepatitis ‘B’ and its mode of transmission. “Any form of misinformation and unauthenticated publication or reports may potentially fuel hepatitis ‘B’ stigma in our socio-cultural environment”. Professor CharlesContinue Reading

By  Sunyani, May 31, 2024  The WENSAH Foundation International in collaboration with Electroland Ghana Ltd have donate and distributed 240 pieces of sanitary pads to pupils and students of Nyamaah Basic school in the Sunyani Municipality. The joint efforts, also to educate the students on menstruation and menstrual hygieneContinue Reading

By Odumase, (Sunyani West, Bono region) May 29, 2024. Losing a spouse is an incredibly difficult experience, often leaving individuals feeling overwhelmed and helpless.  Many widows and widowers turn to alcoholism for temporary relief, but this behavior exacerbates their mental instability and physical health problems.  One night, while caregiversContinue Reading

By   Sunyani, May 30, 2024  The Hepatitis Alliance of Ghana (HAG) says hepatitis B virus can not be transmitted during food  sharing or the preparation of meals. According to the Alliance, although the hepatitis B virus has been identified in bodily fluids such as saliva, “there is no evidenceContinue Reading

By  Boffourkrom – Sunyani West (B/R), May 30 May, 2024  Pupil and students of Boffourkrom Municipal Assembly (M/A) basic and Seventh-Day Adventist basic schools in the Sunyani West Municipality of the Bono region have been educated and sensitized on menstrual hygiene. The MIHOSO Foundation International, a women centred Non-governmentalContinue Reading

By Sunyani, May 30, GNA – The government of Ghana under the leadership of President Nana Akufo-Addo is committed to play a pivotal role in the financial and logistical support for the enhancement of technical skills and entrepreneurial education. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo affirmed on Wednesday, and explainedContinue Reading

By  Sunyani, May 30, 2024 The Sunyani Municipality has witnessed reduction in malaria cases between the year 2021 and 2023, Mr. Mansur Zacharia Mohamed, the malaria focal person for the Municipality stated in an interview. According to him, though one person died out of malaria in 2022 when malariaContinue Reading

Don’t Maltreat the Widow/Widower, Suicide attempt is likely By Sunyani, May 24, 2024 Mrs. Gifty Brany, in charge of  Community mental health at the Sunyani Municipal Mental Health Unit says a bereaved thinking about the lost spouse and at the same time suffering maltreatment from the family or relatives canContinue Reading

By Kenyasi, Ahafo Region, May 23, 2024 Residents of Kenyasi No1 and No’2, in the Asutifi North District of the Ahafo Region said sources of quality drinking water in the area is a big challenge to their health and livelihoods sustainability.  According to the residents, all water bodies in Kenyasi,Continue Reading

By  Techiman, (B/R), May 21 The Bono East Regional Director of Agric, Mr. James Adu, says by the the year 2028, Ghana would no longer import food.  He was optimistic that the nation’s move towards ‘no more food import to Ghana’ is highly possible with effective implementation of theContinue Reading

By   Tamal (N/R) May 17, 2024. A Non-governmental organization (NGO) in Europe, GraceWorld Foundation, has supported the Tamale and Anfaani Children’s Homes in the Tamale Municipality of the Northern Region of Ghana. The Foundation further donated a 43-inches brand new Hisense LED Television to the Dormaa Children’s Home in theContinue Reading