Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG), a Non-Governmental Organization, has started implementing a gender-sensitive project in the Bolgatanga East District of the Upper East Region to promote gender parity and access to equal rights and opportunities.

The Aide á la vulnèrabillitè, a health and charity-based group in Bolgatanga has provided electricity to a new boys' dormitory block of the Gbeogo School for the Deaf in the Talensi District of the Upper East Region.

Reverend John Asare, the Presiding Pastor of the   Kotokrom Calvary Baptist Church in the Sunyani Municipality has urged the general public to ensure peace in all their endeavours.

He said most diseases occurred as a result of resentment harboured for a long period which manifests into sickness and death.

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) on Monday started community engagements as part of its needs assessment activities initiatives.

The Assembly holds such engagements every four years to collate the needs of residents and stakeholders which would be incorporated into the Medium Term Development Plan.

The Guild of Servants of the Sanctuary (GSS), Anglican Diocese of Accra, at the weekend inaugurated 102 Altar Servers from six Archdeaconries including the Deanery.

They were officially received after a period of probation and rigorous training.

Clad in their red cassocks and quarters, the servers took turns in batches to be prayed for before receiving their medals as a symbol of their official membership of the guild.

Bishop Zadock Mawulede Patu, Founder of the Church of Power Ministry has admonished married women to submit themselves to their husbands before doing same before their church leaders.

"Humility before your bishops, arrogance at home is an error; You were married to help your husband but not to control or be his boss," he said

Addressing couples at the church's Headquarters at Prampram, Bishop Patu revealed that some women humble themselves to their pastors and other church leaders but treat their husbands as if they were their enemies.

  Some members of the Kejetia United Petty Traders Association have bemoaned the huge cost incurred in their businesses, following the recent relocation exercise by the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA).

     According to the traders, the exercise, which was to pave way for work to commence on the second phase of the Kejetia/Central Market Redevelopment Project, had left them stranded and affecting their businesses.

     “We do not know what to do now, because the KMA is yet to assign us to an appropriate location for our