Diane Disney Miller

Philanthropist Diane Disney Miller, daughter of Walt Disney, died Tuesday at the age of 79 near San Francisco, the US entertainment giant announced. Flags at Disney theme parks and the Disney studio lot in Burbank, outside Los Angeles, will be flown at half-mast in her honor, it said, praising her “grace and generosity and tireless […]

MTV Censors Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus just can’t help herself at MTV Awards shows, but the network took action to block her most recent antics. While accepting the trophy for Best Video for her hit “Wrecking Ball” at the network’s European Music Awards Sunday, the pop star thanked her fans — her “Smilers” — along with director Terry Richardson […]

‘The Simpsons’ Pays Tribute to Marcia Wallace

Sunday’s new “Simpsons” episode began with a pair of tributes to Marcia Wallace, who voiced long-suffering teacher Edna Krabappel and passed away last week at the age of 70. Bart scrawled a poignant “We’ll really miss you Mrs. K” on his chalkboard, and the episode also had an “in memoriam” card for Edna before the […]

Women With Big Buttocks Are Smarter, Healthier

According to PNS reports from (ENGLAND) Scientists at the University of Oxford, uncovered evidence proves that women with big butts are not only the most intelligent, but also the most resistant to chronic illnesses. The study examined the fat accumulated in different parts of a woman’s body, and found that women with a phat buttocks […]

Staff Gearing Up For Massive Protest

Citi Business News has gathered there is uneasy calm at the headquarters of Ghana Commercial Bank as workers of the bank prepare to mobilize to strike against what they describe as poor working conditions. This threat comes a few days after the Union of Industry, Commerce and Finance Workers Union apologized to President Mahama, the […]

BoG Warns NBFIs

The Bank of Ghana (BOG) has warned Non-Banking Financial Institutions (NBFIs) which are under-capitalized to take urgent steps to address the problem or risk losing their status in line with the provisions of the Banking Act. Stephen Senyo Sapati, Assistant Director of the Banking Supervision of the BOG, said despite meetings with boards and management […]

Brouhaha over tariffs: We need dialogue, not strike -Govt urges labour By Daily Graphic

The government has called on organised labour to engage it constructively through meaningful discussions, instead of threats of strike. The Minister of Information and Media Relations, Mr Mahama Ayariga, who made the call on behalf of the government, appealed to Ghanaians to appreciate the challenges facing the economy. He, however, added that if Ghanaians wanted […]

We can’t reduce tariffs — PURC By Daily Graphic

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) says it has no plans to review downwards water and electricity tariffs to meet the demands of organised labour. The Director of Public Relations and External Affairs of the commission, Nana Yaa Jantuah, told the Daily Graphic yesterday that any further reduction could cripple the utility service providers and […]

47 Illegal miners arrested in swoop By Daily Graphic

Forty-seven foreigners engaged in illegal gold mining on the Offin River, which is within the Upper Denkyira East Municipality, were arrested in a dawn swoop by the Central Regional Security Command (REGSEC) last Tuesday. Those arrested included Chinese, Indians and a Turk. A Ghanaian suspect, who was arrested during the swoop was, however, released later. […]