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This Australia Day, we reflect on the depth of our relationship with Ghana. It is an exciting time for Australia in Ghana. Despite being on the opposite sides of the world, we do enjoy warm and friendly relations.

Andrew Barnes - The Australian High Commissioner to Ghana

Australia Day, held annually on the 26th of January, marks the day in 1788 when the first fleet arrived at Sydney Cove, near where the iconic Sydney Opera House now stands. The arrival of 11 convict ships from Britain began the first permanent settlement of Europeans on Australian soil.

The question on the lips of many has been how on earth a tollbooth could be sited in a location with no room for the expansion of the gates and why a tollbooth would be sited in such a populated location.

Fix gridlock on Mallam-Kasoa road

Written By Chris Nunoo - Last Saturday, (January 11, 2020) while monitoring the news on television, I heard the Minister of Communications, Mrs Ursula Owusu Ekuful, say something to the effect that the old Winneba road, along the Chemu Lagoon through the Chorkor suburb of Accra, should be considered for reconstruction and be made accessible.

The plastic waste menace in Ghana is one that, even though has persisted over time, will be history if the pace of current interventions is sustained.

Changing phases of plastic waste recycling

Written By Dr Boniface Y. Antwi - In a football match between teams A and B on a school park, the first goal of the competition was scored by team B, which came as a surprise and shock to team A.
On the other hand, it was a great breakthrough for Team B, who worked hard for the goal.

Donkey populations in Ghana and Kenya, hot spots in this skin trade, are on track to be “devastated” in the near future, the researchers warned.

Power the donkey grazes in Walewale. His owner checks on him at least twice each day, fearing thieves that seek his lucrative hide. (Danielle Paquette/The Washington Post)

WALEWALE, Ghana — Night and day, he thinks of his donkeys. Are they still in the fields, munching on hay? Or has someone stolen them once again, wrecking his business for some foreigner's cash?