How social media is changing comedy

By Kash Jones Entertainment reporter Image copyright Grace Bristo (Amelia)/Publicity handoutsImage caption L-R: Amelia Dimoldenberg, Kojo Anim, Yomi Sontan Social media is now the go-to platform to showcase everything we

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Surrey earthquakes: Is oil drilling causing tremors?

Image copyright Bloomberg/GettyImage caption Drilling began at Horse Hill in September 2014 A series of more than 20 earthquakes in Surrey has been blamed on a nearby oil well. A

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Government urged to strictly enforce local content regulation on extractives

The Government has been urged to strictly enforce the Local Content Regulations governing the extractive industry to ensure that foreign investors give preferential treatment to the indigenes in their operations.

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Just how DID Kevin from Grimsby become the Don Juan of the dancefloor, asks ALISON BOSHOFF 

Exactly one month ago, Kevin Clifton solemnly denied that he had ever — or would ever — date one of his partners on Strictly Come Dancing. Clifton, 36, said: ‘No,

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Stakeholders discuss vocational training in Ghana

The British Council and the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) has engaged stakeholders to discuss the Vocational Educational Training (VET) Toolbox project for it to be strengthened in European Union (EU) partner countries.

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Met detective ‘predicts’ fatal stabbing areas in London

Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Flowers at the scene of Tanesha Melbourne’s death – the teenager was killed in April 2018 A murder detective believes he has found a way

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Assembly presents items to PWDs to improve wellbeing

To improve the wellbeing of Persons with Disability (PWDs), the Government has shifted from cash support to the provision of income-generating items to make them productive to reduce poverty.

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Arker Energy sensitises oil and gas suppliers on procurement processes

Arker Energy, operators of the Deepwater Tano Cape Three Points Block, in collaboration with stakeholders, at the weekend sensitised more than 500 suppliers in the oil and gas industry on the company’s procurement processes.

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Church Elder Killed in Shooting at Canadian Church 

A church elder was shot and killed at the Salmon Arm Church of Christ located in Salmon Arm, British Columbia Sunday morning by a man he knew, one who has

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The man behind Somalia’s only free ambulance service

Image copyright Abdulkadir Abdirahman Adan Somalia’s capital city – where there are frequent and deadly bomb blasts – only has one free ambulance service, which was founded by Abdulkadir Abdirahman

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Anti-Semitism threatens Romania’s fragile Jewish community

Image copyright Federation of Jewish Communities in Romania Ugly scenes of smashed and toppled headstones at a Jewish cemetery in Romania have shocked the country’s dwindling Jewish community and prompted

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Storms Sweep Across the South, Killing 8 and Injuring Dozens

Powerful storms swept across the South on Sunday after unleashing suspected tornadoes and flooding that killed at least eight people, injured dozens and flattened much of a Texas town. Three

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The ‘untold misery’ of special needs shortfalls

Image copyright Getty Images Large funding shortfalls for special educational needs in schools are causing “untold misery” for thousands of families, a teaching union says. National Education Union analysis found

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‘I was put in a school isolation booth more than 240 times’

Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption More than 200 pupils spent at least five straight days in isolation booths in schools in England last year A girl who tried to kill

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Akufo-Addo named ‘Sompahene’

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has been named Nana Sompahene Akufo-Addo I by the chiefs and people of Atebubu.

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‘Customers bring some of the best ideas’

Most businesses have quite fixed ideas about how their customers will use their products or services. But Nextdoor – a business which has set up community websites around the world

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Government plans to ban no-fault evictions in England

Image copyright Getty Images Private landlords will no longer be able to evict tenants at short notice and without good reason under new government plans, effectively creating “open-ended tenancies”. Prime

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‘We made more than five billion teabags last year’

Image copyright Bettys and Taylors GroupImage caption Lesley Wild has been chair of Bettys & Taylors of Harrogate since 2011 The BBC’s weekly The Boss series profiles different business leaders

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Victory International Women’s Fellowship reaches out to female prisoners

The Female Unit of the Kumasi Central Prisons has received a variety of items meant to enhance the upkeep and welfare of the inmates.

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Guinness maker Diageo removes plastic from multipacks

Image copyright DiageoImage caption Multipacks of Guinness will now come in a cardboard box Drinks giant Diageo has announced that it is removing plastic from multipacks of its Irish stout

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‘No splurge’ shopper attitude continues in March

Image copyright Getty Images The “no splurge” attitude of consumers has continued despite a rise in UK shopper numbers last month, a survey has suggested. The numbers of shoppers visiting

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TSB pledges to refund fraud victims

Image copyright Getty Images TSB has become the first UK bank to pledge to refund customers who fall victim to any type of fraud. The “fraud refund guarantee” will cover

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Why strangers are paying Australian women’s debts

A fundraising campaign in Australia has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to stop Aboriginal women from being imprisoned because of unpaid fines. Campaigners say the “unjust” law in Western

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What does the world’s largest single-building airport terminal look like?

The busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger numbers is in Atlanta, Georgia and no 2 is in Beijing, both with tens of millions more passengers every year

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Rally driving across the Sahara with no GPS

The annual Rallye Aicha des Gazelles sees all-female teams driving off-road across the Sahara desert in Morocco. Competitors can only use a map, navigational plotter and compass – GPS, binoculars

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Our strength as nation lies in unity in diversity – Veep

Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has asked Ghanaians to close their ranks and unite in addressing development challenges confronting the nation.

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How a calmer, stronger Liverpool ‘closed the book’ on 2014 slip

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk (left) shares a light-hearted moment with Andrew Robertson, who escaped Steven Gerrard’s fate When Andrew Robertson slipped on the Anfield turf late in the second

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Moment Julian Assange SKATEBOARDS through the Ecuadorian embassy

Julian Assange was captured skateboarding through the Ecuadorian embassy wearing shorts in new security footage. In the video, obtained by El Pais, the Wikileaks founder sports a vest as he

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National Youth Authority heightens road safety campaigns in Central Region

The National Youth Authority (NYA), in collaboration with the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC), has organised a road safety campaign for drivers in the Awutu Senya District of the Central Region to reduce accidents.

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‘Greatness like no other’ – reaction to ‘greatest comeback story in sport’ as Woods wins Masters

Watch the moment Tiger Woods wins the 2019 Masters 3,954 days. That is how long Tiger Woods has waited to win his 15th major. In the time between the 2008

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Biafra: Biafra Nations Youth League, BNYL And Igbo Liberty Forum Igbo Strikes Deal at Nkwerre

An Igbo group, Igbo Liberty Forum has reportedly gone into agreement with the leadership of Biafra Nations Youth League, BNYL. According to a recent Facebook publication on the official page

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Amber Heard describes Johnny Depp ‘yanking her by the head’ and hitting her

Amber Heard’s tearful and harrowing description of the violent fight which prompted her to leave Johnny Depp has been obtained by DailyMail.com.  In August 2016, Heard sat down with her

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Creation of Bono East Region earns President Akufo-Addo a traditional title

The creation of the Bono East Region has earned President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo a traditional title: Nana Sompahene Akufo-Addo I, by the chiefs and people of Atebubu.

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British teenager, 17, ‘is raped after being pushed into her cruise ship cabin’, it is alleged

A British teenager was raped on a cruise ship in the Mediterranean as she enjoyed a holiday with her parents, it is claimed. Regional newspaper Levante EMV said the 17-year-old

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Ghana Meteorological Agency urges public to be cautions during heavy rains

The Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMA) has cautioned the public that the down-pour currently being experienced in the southern half of the country may be accompanied by strong winds.

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