Here are today's newspaper headlines
SUPREME COURT SHOOTS DOWN STATE
The Supreme Court yesterday took a State Attorney to the cleaners after rebuking him over the lackadaisical manner in which he handled a case involving a former Managing Director of the National Investment Bank (NIB) Daniel Charles Gyimah.
SODOM AND GOMORRAH BROUHAHA: SPEAKER DRAGS LOCAL GOVERNMENT MINISTER TO HOUSE
The Speaker of Parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho, has asked the Business Committee of Parliament to programme the Local Government Minister and Rural Development to appear before the House some time next week to brief members on the events leading to the demolition of Old Fadama slum in Accra.
DONATE Ȼ1 TO RESTOCK CENTRAL MEDICAL STORES
The Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana (PSGH) has appealed to Ghanaians to donate Ȼ1 each to help raise Ȼ50 million to restock the Central Medical Stores (CMS).
NPP TOP GUNS IN FIERCE BRAWL AT INTERNET CAFÉ
Credible information on the Political Desk of the General Telegraph indicates that infighting among members of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) is refusing to die naturally, as two top leading members are at each other’s throat.
OVER 14,000 SERVICE PERSONS FOR SANITATION TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT MODULES
As the National Service Secretariat (NSS) gears up to release postings for the 2015/2016 service year, reliable information reaching The General Telegraph has it that a total of 14,405 service persons has opted for the national sanitation and urban traffic management modules.
MINISTER HOT OVER WORLD CUP CHOP CHOP
The Justice Senyo Dzamefe Commission has recommended the E-volution International, introduced to the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) by Elvis Afriyie Ankrah, former Minister of Youth and Sports, should be investigated.
AFOKO FIGHTS FOR BAIL
An Accra central magistrate court has set July 7, 2015 for a ruling on whether or not to grant the bail application filed by lawyers for the two suspects standing trial over the murder of Adams Mahama, Upper East Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
JUNE 3 VICTIM DIES AT KORLE BU OVER ICU CARE
A victim of the June 3 flood and GOIL filling station explosion disasters at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra who was on admission at the Korle BU Teaching Hospital has died, Today can confirm.
MINISTER HOT OVER SODOM AND GOMORRAH
Speaker of Parliament, Edward Doe Adjaho has summoned Local Government Minister, Collins Dauda, to appear before the House and explain the reason for ongoing demolition exercise that has rendered thousands of residents at Sodom and Gomorrah homeless.
DEVELOPERS AWAIT SEC ACTION ON HOUSING REGULATION
Housing developers are keenly awaiting the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) review of its unit and mutual trust fund regulations to allow fund managers invest more than 10 percent of their funds in the real-estate sector.
ADB DELAYS IPO
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has confirmed that the planned initial public offering of Agricultural Bank (adb) has been called off due to internal wrangling and court actions.