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Social: 2014 Kundum suspended over Ebola scare (Monday, 08 September 2014 16:44)
Football: Milo arrives to conclude Black Stars contract (Monday, 08 September 2014 16:39)
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Football: Mahama: Cape Coast stadium ready by Aug 2015 (Monday, 08 September 2014 07:39)

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Sepp Blatter: 'Football TV referrals trial may happen next year'

Sepp Blatter: 'Football TV referrals trial may happen next year'

A TV replay system allowing coaches to challenge a referee's decision may be trialled next year, Fifa president Sepp Blatter has announced.Speaking via video link at Manchester's Soccerex, the Swiss, 78, said he wanted coaches to be allowed at least one challenge per half.He revealed the trial could happen at next year's Fifa Under-20 World Cup.

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‘I like Kalybos but I love someone else’ – Ahuofɛ Patri

‘I like Kalybos but I love someone else’ – Ahuofɛ Patri

Ahuofɛ ‘I like Kalybos but I love someone else’ – Ahuofɛ Patr Patri has spoken at last. The adorable actress in the hilarious Kalybos movie clips has categorically denied dating Kalybos, the character who is constantly on her trail.For the last few weeks, speculation that Ahuofɛ Patri, real name Priscilla Opoku Agyeman, was dating Kalybos has gone viral in social media circles. But the pretty lady, a final year student of the National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) has dismissed the story as mere fabrication.

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 Gyan appears in Court; granted GHc30,000 bail

Gyan appears in Court; granted GHc30,000 bail

Baffour Gyan, big brother of Ghana international Asamoah Gyan, has appeared in a Kumasi Court to answer questions on charges of assault. Baffour was arrested by the Kumasi Central Police for allegedly organising an assault on Daily Graphic reporter, Daniel Kenu, whose question at a press conference did not go down well with the Gyans.

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Journalist assault; Gyan wants out of court settlement

Journalist assault; Gyan wants out of court settlement

Baffour Gyan and Samuel Anim Addo, brother and personal manager of the Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, have been granted bail by a Kumasi circuit court after they were arraigned on Monday on charges of assault.They were charged on two counts of assault of a regional correspondent of the Daily Graphic, Daniel Kenu at the Baba Yara stadium.

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Ghana Gas detects leakage on its pipeline

Ghana Gas detects leakage on its pipeline

The Ghana National Gas Company (Ghana Gas) has detected a leakage in one of the segments of its 111-kilometer pipeline.The defect was detected during an integrity test of the pipes from Atuabo in the Ellembelle District to Shama in the Shama District in readiness for final flow.Officials however, say there is no cause for alarm since the leakage was expected and engineers are currently working on the affected segment.

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Assault on journalist; Kenu undergoes head scan at KATH

Assault on journalist; Kenu undergoes head scan at KATH

The Ashanti Regional Correspondent of Graphic, Daniel Kenu, who was assaulted by Baffour Gyan, a senior brother of Black Star captain Asamoah Gyan, and some thugs last Friday, has undergone a head scan at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi.The scan on Kenu was undertaken Monday morning after suffering some complications from the assault. The result of the scan is not yet known.Baffour, himself a former player of the national team, allegedly led the assault, which landed the journalist in hospital for treatment.

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2014 Kundum suspended over Ebola scare

2014 Kundum suspended over Ebola scare

The Nzema Maanle Traditional Council in the Western Region had suspended this year's annual Kundum Festival due to the Ebola scare.The festival celebrated by the chiefs and people of Ahanta and Nzema areas between September and October each year is for merry-making, family re-union, fund raising in support of development projects and to initiate new ones.

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Milo arrives to conclude Black Stars contract

Milo arrives to conclude Black Stars contract

Milovan Rajavac arrives in Ghana this week to conclude his contractual details to become the technical adviser to Black Stars coach, Kwesi Appiah.Information pieced together by GNA Sports indicates that the Serbian would first meet the three-member search party to agree on the terms of his contract before joining the technical staff of the Black Stars.

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AMA boss orders arrest of Multimedia journalists

AMA boss orders arrest of Multimedia journalists

The Chief Executive of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) Saturday night ordered the arrest of a reporter and TV crew of Multimedia's TV station, MultiTV. The team went to film the living conditions of people of Mensah Guinea community after metropolitan authorities’ demolished make-shift structures housing them. The residents were accused of breeding cholera in the capital through insanitary conditions.

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Mahama: Cape Coast stadium ready by Aug 2015

Mahama: Cape Coast stadium ready by Aug 2015

President John Mahma says he is confident the Cape Coast Sports stadium will be ready by August next year. As part of his working visit to the Central Region at the weekend, president Mahama toured and inspected the 15,000-capacity facility, which is being funded through a US$30-million grant by the Chinese government.

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  • ‘I like Kalybos but I love someone else’ – Ahuofɛ Patri

    ‘I like Kalybos but I love someone else’ – Ahuofɛ Patri

    Ahuofɛ ‘I like Kalybos but I love someone else’ – Ahuofɛ Patr Patri has spoken at last. The adorable actress in the hilarious Kalybos movie clips has categorically denied dating Kalybos, the character who is constantly on her trail.For the last few weeks, speculation that Ahuofɛ Patri, real name Priscilla Opoku Agyeman, was dating Kalybos has gone viral in social media circles. But the pretty lady, a final year student of the National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) has dismissed the story as mere fabrication.

  • HIV protection gel for women 'comes a step closer'

    HIV protection gel for women 'comes a step closer'

    A gel that can be used by women after sex to protect against HIV is a step closer, according to researchers. Drugs applied three hours after infection could protect female monkeys from a type of HIV, US scientists said. The findings, published in Science Translational Medicine, could lead to new ways to fight HIV, which is continuing to spread globally.

  • Gyan appears in Court; granted GHc30,000 bail

     Gyan appears in Court; granted GHc30,000 bail

    Baffour Gyan, big brother of Ghana international Asamoah Gyan, has appeared in a Kumasi Court to answer questions on charges of assault. Baffour was arrested by the Kumasi Central Police for allegedly organising an assault on Daily Graphic reporter, Daniel Kenu, whose question at a press conference did not go down well with the Gyans.

  • Alan Kyerematen wants Bugri Naabu suspended

    Alan Kyerematen wants Bugri Naabu suspended

    The office of the New Patriotic Party’s presidential hopeful, Mr Alan Kyerematen, has expressed displeasure at comments by the Northern Regional chairman of the party, Daniel Bugri Naabu, on the outcome of voting in the party's recently held special delegates’ congress that shortlisted five candidates in the flagbearership race.Mr Kyerematen has subsequently called for a suspension of the party's regional chairman over his comments.

  • Sepp Blatter: 'Football TV referrals trial may happen next year'

    Sepp Blatter: 'Football TV referrals trial may happen next year'

    A TV replay system allowing coaches to challenge a referee's decision may be trialled next year, Fifa president Sepp Blatter has announced.Speaking via video link at Manchester's Soccerex, the Swiss, 78, said he wanted coaches to be allowed at least one challenge per half.He revealed the trial could happen at next year's Fifa Under-20 World Cup.

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