Here are today's newspaper headlines.
TRANSPORT FARES UP BY 15% MONDAY
Transport fares have been revised upwards by 15 percent by executives of road transport operators (RTOs).
SPARWLING DEVELOPMENT ON HILL NEAR KASOA TOLL BOOTH -CATASTROPHE LOOMS
Human activities continue to expose Ghanaians to all manner of risks in all parts of the country, in spite of many alerts from development planners about the dangers inherent in those acts of indiscipline.
DISSOLVE WAEC BOARD - NAGRAT
The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has called for the dissolution of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) Board following the leak of questions for five subjects in the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).
HIGH COURT JUDGE DECLINES INVITATION TO 'NOGOPKO'
The Supervising High Court Judge for the Volta Region, Mr Justice Nicholas Agbevor, has stated that he once declined an order summoning him before the 'Nogokpo' shrine in the Volta Region to explain why he had given a particular ruling on a case he adjudicated.
BLACK RASTA HOT OVER GANJA MPS
Popular Regae musician and radio presenter, Abubakar Ahmed, popularly known in entertainment circles as Blakk Rasta of Hitz FM - an Accra-based radio station - has incurred the wrath of Members of Parliament (MPs) over his recent comments that they smoke Indian hemp poularly called wee.
KORLE BU SACKS 4 OVER GHS1M CASH
Four senior staff of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) have been sacked for their respective roles in alleged fraudulent activities at the pharmacy department of the hospital.
FREE FOOD FOR AGONA EAST BECE STUDENTS
The Member of Parliament (MP) for Agona East, Queenstar Maame Pokuah Sawyerr, has been serving meals to each of the candidates writing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in her constituency since the examination started on Monday.
VOLTA TEACHERS TURN CABBIES DURING CLASSES
Some teachers in public Senior High Schools in the Volta Region have abadoned classrooms to engage in commercial transport business during school hours, Today has learnt.
YOUTH DECLARE WAR
Youth groups in the La Municipality in the Greater Accra region have vowed to resist any move to sell the Ghana International Trade Fair Company (GTFC) to a private investor without recourse to the original owners of the land where the Trade Fair site is located.
MPS CHASE BLAKK RASTA
The Speaker of Parliament, Doe Adjaho has directed the House's Privileges Committee to launch investigations into comments by radio presenter Blakk Rasta,to the effects that 80 percent of the country's legislators smoke wee, a statement believed to have angered the lawmakers.
HALT ACTIVITES OF RICH POWER MINING COMPANY NOW - BAWKU WEST RESIDENTS URGE MINISTER
Natives of the Zongoire Chiefdom in the Bawku West District in the Upper East region have called on the Regional Minister, Mr James Tiga Zigah, to order the suspension of mining activities by Rich Power, a mining company, and all 'galamseyers' in the community.
CEDI SLIDE SEEN COLLAPSING BUSINESSES
The continous slide of the cedi is pushing businesses to the brink, investment advisory firm InvestCorp has said - warning that without 'broad-based solutions' that strengthen private sector competitiveness as well as investment and capital protection, most businesses will go down the sinkhole.
FIRST QUARTER GDP ASVANCES BY 4.1%
The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) has released the provisional real GDP figures for the first quarter of 2015, which show the country's economic pace of expansion advanced by 4.1 percent compared with a revised figure of -3.8 percent during the same period.
US CONSIDERS RECOKING REFISTERED CARRIERS US
The US Department of Transportation has said it is working closely with government to rectify challenges in Ghana's aviation sector that led to revoking of th3 countries Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Category-one status which meant no Ghanaian-registered carrier could operate flights directly between Accra and the US.