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The Vice Dean of Students’ Affairs of University of Cape Coast, Dr. Eugene Darteh, has urged sandwich students of the university to direct all challenges to the right quarters for effective redress.

University Practice Senior High School, UCC on Monday marked its first anniversary of embracing the study of the Chinese language and culture which is run by the Confucius Institute, UCC.

Cape Coast-based Ghana National College (GNC) defeated Swedru SHS and St. Mary’s Sem & SHS in Tuesday morning’s 1/8 contest to qualify for the NSMQ quarterfinals.

GNC’s 57 points were enough to quash opposition from Swedru SHS (SWESCO) whose 43 points could have otherwise been enough to see them through if they were in some other group.

The Public Relations Officer of the Small Scale Miners Association, (SSMAG) Mr. Francis Opoku says the association is ready to support government to fight illegal mining should the ban on mining be lifted as indicated by the president.

Three people have died at Sokpoe in the Volta Region after they were electrocuted in last night’s rains.

Yaa Gayi and her two grandchildren, Elolo Dofey and Morkporkpor Dofey, who were residents of Morkordze, a suburb of Sokpoe in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region, were electrocuted by a live-wire whose insulation had peeled off.

Dr. Bankas said the number of babies born with sickle cell disease in Ghana yearly is worrying.

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The founder of Sickle Life Dr Enam Bankas said that over one thousand children are born with the ailment on monthly basis despite the public education.

The founder of Sickle Life Dr. Enam Bankas has revealed that over 15, 000 babies are born with sickle cell disease yearly in Ghana.

Owners of a hotpot restaurant in Chengdu, China have closed down the company 11 days into a badly planned one month promotion to win customers for the relatively new restaurant.
Christened all-you-can-eat promotion, Jiamener asked all prospective patrons to visit its premises to eat any food of their choice until they could not eat anymore. All they needed to pay for filling their bellies for a whole day was 120 yuan (US$19) per day.

Yemeni pro-government forces, backed by the United Arab Emirates, are reported to have stormed the airport serving the rebel-held Red Sea city of Hudaydah.

The UAE's state news agency, Wam, said troops had gained control of large parts of the facility and that dozens of Houthi rebels were dead or wounded.

A drunk who urinated on a sleeping homeless man "as a joke" has been jailed for eight weeks.

Richard Stanley woke to find Stephen Gibney urinating on his face and laughing following a night of drinking in Liverpool city centre.

A district judge said the offence was an act of "gratuitous degradation" and an "attack" on the victim's home.