Here are today's newspaper headlines
TARIFFS GO UP – AS ELECTRICITY UP 59.2%, WATER UP 67.2%
The Public Utilities and Regulatory Commission (PURC) on Monday announced hikes in both and electricity tariffs as a combined rate of 126%, which has been criticized as counter-productive to business growth and sustainability.
AIRLINES LOSE GHC 6M TO HARMATTAN SHUTDOWN
Domestic airline will lose an estimated GHC6 million per week if the Harmattan, which is associated with poor visibility, continues to cause flight suspensions.
STAKEHOLDERS’ DISCUSSION ON $7BN GAS-PROJECT
Mr Umberto Carrara ENI’s Executive Vice President for sub-Sahara African Region, has paid a courtesy call on the Petroleum Minister, Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah, to further discuss progress of work on Offshore Cape Three Points Sankofa Gas Project.
TARIFFS HIKE: ICU FURIOUS, PREDICTS MASSIVE LAY-OFFS IN 2016
The Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU) has described the tariff hikes announced by the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) yesterday as a well-calculated attempt to get more employers out of business.
SILVER STAR TOWER PROMISES MORE
ELECTRICITY UP BY 59.2%, WATER 67.2% - PURC
72 FIRE OUTBREAKS IN 6 DAYS – GNFS
20 JUDGES SACKED OVER ANAS VIDEO
Twenty judges have been sacked following unanimous decision of the Judicial Council after an emergency meeting held yesterday.
MAHAMA PICKS AMISSAH-ARTHUR
SCANDAL ROCKS SCHOOL FEEDING
NPP BLAST KILLER TARIFFS