Source: Daily Grapic Ghana - The government has procured 495 buses for the Metro Mass Transit (MMT) Company and the Inter-City STC (ISTC) to improve public mass transport in the country.

Two hundred of the buses, out of which 116 have been delivered to the MMT are currently deployed for intra-city operations in Accra and other regions.

Source: Daily Guide Africa - A new report authored by Effective States and Inclusive Development (ESID), an international local research organization, has indicated that Ghana has experienced sustained growth without structural transformation.

Source: starrfmonline. com - Armed military personnel Sunday morning invaded Dollar power town, a community in the Bole district of the Northern region.

The military, according to a resident, Mr. Razak, raided homes and arrested a well-known galamsey operator in the area known as Mohammed.

Source: GNA - Dr Isaac Amo-Antwi, a Takoradi based Social Worker and an economics expert has cautioned that it is dangerous for multinational oil companies to be allowed to enter the downstream sector of the country’s oil industry.

Source: B&FT Ghana - Chief executive of the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority, Charles Abugre is confident the broad consultation proceeding the adoption of a Master plan of the SADA area will make the plan impossible to abandon irrespective of any regime change.

Source: GNA - The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is to begin large-scale production of nutritious fresh milk to generate more revenue for its activities.

Professor William Otoo Ellis, the Vice Chancellor, said it had targeted to produce about 1,500 litres of fresh yoghurt daily for the local market by the middle of the year.

Source: GNA - The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has rallied Ghanaians to do everything to overcome division and accept to live in total peace and harmony.

They should never allow ethnicity, political and religious differences to tear them apart - undermine the unity and cohesion of the society.

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - Germany is to assist Ghana to develop a strong renewable energy and agricultural sector as part of its contribution to the development of the country.

The German Ambassador to Ghana, Mr John Rudiger, announced this in Kumasi during a courtesy call on the Vice Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Prof. William Otoo-Ellis, last Thursday.

Source: GNA - Ms Dzifa Gomashie, the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts has donated a sets of streetlight-bulbs and chokes to the people of Awakorme in the Ketu South Constituency

The donation was in response to request championed by the people of the area for assistance in fixing the non-functional lights.

Source: Starr FM Ghana - President John Dramani Mahama has accepted the resignation of Dr. Kwabena Donkor as Minister for Power.

The Minister resigned on New Year's eve following a promise to Ghanaians that he will relinquish his post if he was unable to solve the energy crisis of the West African country by close of 2015.