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Source: Ghana|Myjoyonline.com 

HOUSE FOR HEROIC TAXI DRIVER
For his heroism and sheer bravado that foiled an attempted robbery of a saleswoman of Koala Supermarkets at Cantonments in Accra last Saturday, a taxi driver from the government as a reward.
DKM MICROFINANCE BOSS, 3 OTHERS ARRESTED
The Director of DKM Microfinance Company, Martin K. Delle, is in the custody of the Bureau of National Investigation for allegedly misappropriating funds of his clients.
NURSES, TEACHERS PICKET AT FLAGSTAFF HOUSE, EDUCATION MINISTRY
Fifteen nurses and 14 teachers have been arrested for picketing at the Flagstaff House and embarking on a demonstration at the Ministry of Education, respectively, to press home their demand for employment.
BNI ARREST 4 MICROFINANCE OPERATORS
The Bureau of National Investigations is holding four operators of a microfinance company in the Brong Ahafo Region where customers' monies have been locked up for months.
MINISTER IN Ȼ1M HOT WATERS
The Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Haruna Iddrisu, has been put on the spotlight over an unusual amount of Ȼ1 million he used to fund a conference in Switzerland.
BRAVE TAXI DRIVER GRABS CAR, HOUSE
The heroic action of a taxi driver, which led to the arrest of two suspected armed robbers who attempted to bolt with their booty after shooting a staff of Koala Supermarket, has attracted a presidential goodwill.

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CORRUPTION GALORE IN GNAT: EXECUTIVES FEED FAT ON POOR TEACHERS' CONTRIBUTIONS
The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), an institution which is expected to protect the interest of the country, appears to be feeding fat on the contributions of the poor teachers whose interest they profess to be protecting.
15 NURSES ARRESTED FOR UNLAWFUL PICKETING
Fifteen unemployed nurses are in the grips of the police for not following due process in an attempt to find out why a promise made to them by Vice President, Kwesi Amissah Arthur has not been fulfilled.
WE WILL DELIVER CREDIBLE ELECTIONS IN GHANA  - EC
Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Charlotte Osei, has given the assurance that the Commission would be delivering credible elections in this year's presidential and parliamentary polls.
OUT OF $23B FROM GOLD, GHANA GETS 7%
The country earned $1.7 billion, roughly 7 percent, in taxes and royalties out of a total $23 billion, which is the value of gold produced in the study by the Africa Centre for Energy Policy has shown.
ECOWAS RENEWS SINGLE CURRENCY PROMISE
The Deputy governor of the Bank of Ghana, Millison Narh says the West African Monetary Agency (WAMA) must double its efforts to achieve a single currency for the sub-region, after a ban on its international conference in the wake of Ebola crippled operations of the Monetary Agency.
TERKPER UNDER FIRE OVER NEW TAX LAW
The Chartered Institute of Taxation Ghana (CITG) has backed calls for the suspension of the new Income Tax Act, 2015 (Act 896), describing portions of the law as a mockery of the international guidelines on taxation.
SPECIAL ACCOUNTS FOR NEW PETROLEUM LEVIES
The government has set up a special account into which all new levies on petroleum products will be saved to enable it to defray the huge debt in the energy sector.
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