Source: Daily Guide Ghana - Shaft FM, a local radio station at Obuasi in the Ashanti Region, was temporarily shut down on Saturday after it was gutted by a ferocious fire.

Wares, machines and documents were destroyed by the fire to the chagrin of workers and admirers. The fire was reported to have lasted for almost an hour, but there were no casualties.

Source: GNA - Civil society organisations (CSOs) and youth associations in the Upper East Region have attributed the spate of road accidents in the area to the deplorable nature of the roads.

At a news conference in Bolgatanga the spokesperson, Mr Bismark Adongo said the road network linking all the 13districts in the region are in bad shape. 

Source: GNA - The Concerned Citizens of Nangodi and Yakoti in the Nabdam District of the Upper East Region have appealed to the Government to urgently repair the damaged Nangodi-Pelingu Road.

Addressing a media conference at Yakoti in the District, the spokesperson for the group, Mr Michael Zuri, stated that the road, which linked the communities to health facilities, the Pelingu Central Market and the Kongo Senior High School had become completely unmotorable.

Source: - At least one person has been shot while several houses have been burnt in a renewed chieftaincy clashes in Bolgatanga in the Upper East region.

Sporadic shooting is currently ongoing in the town as military and Police officers have reportedly been dispatched to install order.

Source: GNA - The Central Regional Minister, Mr Aquinas Tawiah Quansah has promised to ensure that the Muslim Community in Cape Coast benefits from the next batch of Community Senior High Schools (SHS) to be built across the country.

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - Scores of supporters of parliamentary aspirants of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) accompanied their candidates on motorbikes, bicycles, cars and buses to the precincts of the Upper East Regional Coordinating Council to witness the vetting of their candidates for the impending parliamentary primaries scheduled for November 7.

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - The President of the Agona Nyakrom Traditional Council, Okofo Katakyi Nyarku Eku X, has warned that the traditional council will soon begin hauling parents who fail to provide for the upkeep of their children before the council to explain their actions.

According to him, the move is to protect children in the area from parental neglect, which could affect their development, as well as progress in life.

Source: - People living close to the White Volta basin in the Upper East and Northern regions have few hours to vacate their homes and farms as authorities in Burkina Faso spill excess water in the Bagre Dam.

The National Disaster Management Organization, NADMO, says it was only informed about the spillage on Monday. 

Source: GNA - Mr Nii Laryea Afotey Agbo, Greater Accra Regional Minister has assured the chiefs and people in the region that he would them to ensure a peaceful Homowo Festival this year.