Here are today's newspaper headlines
COLLECT TV LICENCE FEES NOW; COURT PERMITS GBC, BUT NO SHARING
The Fast Track High Court in Accra yesterday gave the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) permission to collect television licence fees.
POULTRY FARMERS FEAR BIRD FLU EPIDEMIC
Poultry farmers in the country have raised red flags about a potential bird flu epidemic because of inadequate sensitization to educate them on the disease.
HOLY FAMILY HOSPITAL ‘SACKS’ 14 DOCTORS FOR JOINING GMA STRIKE
The Holy Family Hospital in Techiman in the Brong Ahafo Region has ‘sacked’ 14 doctors doing housemanship at the hospital for joining doctors in government hospitals in the ongoing strike called by the Ghana Medical Association (GMA).
MAKE SACRIFICES FOR GHANA’S FUTURE – CARDINAL TURKSON
The President of the Pontifical Council for Peace and Justice at the Vatican, His Eminence Peter Cardinal Appiah Turkson, has called on Ghanaians to make the necessary sacrifices now to the Ghana of the future be born.
TUC ANGRY WITH NLC
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has written to the National Labour Commission (NLC) inviting it to a meeting to discuss shortfalls in the operations of the NLC which is making workers lose confidence in its operation.
POLICE HOSPITAL: CORRIDORS TURNED INTO MATERNITY WARDS
Following the strike action by doctors in the public sector, Out-Patient Department (OPD) attendance has doubled, forcing the Police Hospital in Accra to institute measures to minimize pressure.
LAWYER FILES TO QUASH MAHAMA’S GUNMAN CONVICTION
Lawyer for Charles Antwi, the man at the centre of the President’s assassination attempt, has filed a certiorari at the Human Rights Court to quash the entire proceeding of the circuit court which sentenced Charles to 10 years’ imprisonment for processing firearms without lawful authority.