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Fad diets DO work… but only for a year, new study suggests 

After months of counting calories and saying no to desserts, those on a diet will not want to hear this. But improving eating habits will only keep weight off for less than a year and improvements in blood pressure will also disappear, according to a study. Scientists looked at 14 popular food fads, including fashionable […]

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Who’ll find love on FEMAIL’s first virtual date? This week it’s Jemma, 44 and Philip, 42

Jemma, 44, (pictured) is a make-up artist, who has been single for five years JEMMA, 44 Dating Past? My last long-term relationship was five years ago. It’s hard to meet people because I travel with my job and often work in Hawaii — I suspect I might have given up on love. I have been […]

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Kumasi: Porridge seller crashed to death by speeding vehicle

A 28-year old porridge seller died instantly after a vehicle ran into her while she was selling at a joint at Adiebeba, a suburb in the Kumasi metropolis. The incident which happened in the early hours of Wednesday threw the entire community of Adiebeba and family of the deceased into a state of shock. The […]

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COVID-19: Hospitality Association petitions government for support

The National Hospitality Association of Ghana (NHAG) has petitioned government to implement measures that will cushion its members from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The NHAG, which is made up of about 60 mainline restaurants and eateries in good standing within the Accra and Tema Metropolis in a press statement, signed by its Executive […]

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Camilla Parker Bowles’s ex-husband has coronavirus and fears he caught it at Cheltenham Festival

Andrew Parker Bowles has revealed he has coronavirus and believes he contracted it at the Cheltenham Festival. The Duchess of Cornwall’s ex-husband is among hundreds of racegoers displaying symptoms after the event went ahead two weeks ago just before the lockdown began. Brigadier Parker Bowles, 80, was seen in close contact with members of the […]

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Lockdown: Stop testing the soldiers – Dep. Defence Min. warns

Deputy Minister of Defence Major Rtd. Derrick Oduro says his outfit has intelligence that some persons are hell-bent on thwarting the lockdown directive by President Akufo-Addo. The Nkoranza North legislator points to persons leaking misleading videos and others intentionally coming out to test the paws of the security personnel on the ground. His worry comes […]

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Six people are arrested after man, 44, and woman, 56, found stabbed to death

Six people have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man and woman were stabbed to death inside a home in south London.   Police and paramedics were called to Dorset Road in Stockwell at around 4pm today after concerns were raised for the welfare of a man.  A man, 44, and a woman, 56, […]

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Donald Trump accuses Iran ‘or its proxies’ of planning ‘sneak attack’ on U.S forces in Iraq

Donald Trump warned Iran on Wednesday of a ‘heavy price’ if it or its allies in Iraq attack US troops stationed there. ‘If this happens, Iran will pay a very heavy price, indeed!’ Trump tweeted. The US president also wrote: ‘Upon information and belief, Iran or its proxies are planning a sneak attack on U.S. […]

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Zoom is sued for sharing personal data of its millions of users with Facebook

Zoom Video Communications is being sued for improperly sharing personal data of its millions of users with Facebook. The class action, filed in California on Monday, alleges that despite the fact the company boasts of its ‘appreciation for the importance of maintaining its users’ privacy,’ Zoom included coding in the Zoom app that allowed undisclosed […]

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Parliament passes Corporate Insolvency Bill

Parliament on Wednesday April 1, 2020, passed the Corporate Insolvency Bill, 2019, to provide a framework for the regulation of insolvency practitioners and facilitate access to timely, efficient and impartial liquidation proceedings either directly or through the creditor’s committees. The Act will also promote efficient closure and transfer of assets of businesses which are no […]

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Absa Ghana donates GHS1m towards Ghana’s COVID-19 fight

Absa Bank Ghana has donated an amount of GHS1 million to Ghana’s COVID-19 Fund to help in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus in the country. The donation, which is in response to President Akufo-Addo’s announcement of the creation of a COVID-19 Fund is towards the procurement of test kits and Personal Protective […]

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Ashanti Region: 15 traders arrested for selling at Central Market

Fifteen traders have been arrested in the Kumasi metropolis for defying orders by city authorities not to sell at some parts of the Central market. Kumasi Mayor, Osei Assibey Antwi on Monday ordered the temporary closure of the Dr Mensah section of the Central Market after traders failed to observe the social distancing protocols in […]

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Commercial sex work banned in Northern Region over outbreak of COVID-19

The Northern Regional Minister, Salifu Saeed is appealing to residents of Tamale to stop patronizing the services of commercial sex workers in the area. He said the activities of the sex workers could be impeding the fight against Coronavirus in the Northern Region and Ghana. The Minister, while addressing the press in the regional capital, […]

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Zoom video-calling app does NOT use end-to-end encryption

Popular video conferencing app Zoom used by millions working from home during the coronavirus pandemic is misleading users about its security, a report claims.  According to tech-orientated investigative news site The Intercept, Zoom claims to secure calls with end-to-end encryption, the industry gold standard for privacy.  This feature is used by secure messaging platforms to […]

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Inner roads of hospitals and courts to be fixed – Roads Minister

The Minister of Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako Attah, has said that all deplorable inner roads of major hospitals in the country are scheduled to be fixed. The intended road facelift is expected to cover all public hospitals and will begin with the Korle-bu Teaching Hospital. Speaking to Citi News, the Minister indicated that work […]

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New York Gov. predicts peak at end of April. Spain passes 100,000 cases but infections slow. Germany extends distancing measures.

Alex Wong/Getty Images House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday that Democrats are aiming to pass a fourth coronavirus response bill when — “God willing, coronavirus willing” — Congress returns at the end of April. “When we come back, we’ll be ready, and that will be when we have the debate and go forward, and hopefully that […]

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Deployment for enhanced contact tracing in Ayawaso West begins

The Ayawaso West Municipal Assembly has begun deployments in the realisation of the planned testing of some residents within the Municipality. Citi News’ Umaru Sanda Amadu who visited the municipality said more than two teams have been formed comprising immigration officers and the Ghana Health Service to undertake the contact tracing and further test some […]

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E/R: Angry residents chase out lockdown escapees

Angry residents of Apantem, a farming community near Aburi in Akuapem South Municipality of the Eastern Region, on Wednesday, chased out four escapees from Accra, which is currently under lockdown over Coronavirus pandemic. The four made up of a native of the community fled to seek refuge. Their arrival in the community triggered agitations as […]

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Morgue the size of two football pitches is being built in London to hold coronavirus victims

A new morgue which can hold thousands of tragic covid-19 victims, including those from the Nightingale coronavirus hospital, is being built in East London. The mortuary, about the size of two football pitches, is being developed on forest land close to the City of London crematorium and cemetery and is expected to take the dead […]

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Kwesi Arthur finally speaks on his alleged leaked Atopa tape

GHPAGE.com is the Leading Entertainment, news, sports, lifestyle, Buzz website today. GhPage.com delivers captivating and engaging entertainment, videos, and news that drives social conversations. It’s a place to stay up to date with trending content across a growing array of topics with most original content focused on African pop-culture. Stay tuned to discover the quirkiest […]

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Coronavirus: Ethiopia religious bodies order closure of places of worship

April 1: Close places of worship: Orthodox church follows Islamic council Barely twenty-four hours after the Islamic Affairs Supreme Council, EIASC, announced cessation to all prayers in mosques, the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahdo Church, EOTC, announced a similar measure. The church’s Holy Synod at a press briefing on Wednesday said as of tomorrow followers of the […]

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Fake prophet who falsely accused Rev. Obofuor of eating intestines declared wanted by the Police (VIDEO)

– Advertisement – One pastor identified as Elisha who is currently on the run has been placed on the wanted list of the Ghana Police Service kind courtesy of Rev. Obofour. It would be remebered that few weeks ago, Pastor Elisha in an interview on Metro FM passed some comments about the founder and leader […]

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Parliament’s Finance Committee concludes meeting on Stabilization Fund amendment

The Finance Committee of Parliament has concluded a meeting on the government’s request for the lowering of the cap on the Stabilization Fund from US$300 million to US$100 million. According to Citi News sources at the meeting, the Committee could not conclusively deal with the matter at hand due to the absence of the critical […]

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Coronavirus lockdown in Britain could end in ‘rebellion’ if enforced for ‘months on end’

An extended coronavirus lockdown could end in a ‘rebellion,’ a former Bank of England governor has warned. Speaking at a round-table webinar organised by Policy Exchange, Lord Mervyn King, who served as governor during the 2008 financial crisis, said it was ‘unrealistic’ to think the lockdown could continue for ‘months and months on end’. Instead […]

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Coronavirus UK: A fifth of UK firms could shut within four weeks

Britain’s ‘greedy’ banks are threatening the future of up to a million firms who say they will go bust after being denied access to the Government’s emergency interest free loan scheme set up to bail them out because of coronavirus.   Victims have told MailOnline the Treasury’s ‘approved’ lenders are ‘taking advantage’ of the crisis and offering […]

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Coronavirus UK: Government’s testing shambles continues

Boris Johnson’s coronavirus testing fiasco was thrown into sharp relief today with pictures showing NHS workers queuing for one screening site – while another was deserted.  The government is desperately trying to ramp up the number of checks carried out, amid warnings that 85 per cent of self-isolating NHS staff might be off unnecessarily due […]

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