General News Thu, 1 Mar 2018

Today at the news stands

FrontPage headlines all captured in the newspapers


Stories making headlines on the front pages in the major newspapers include:


- Robbers strike again in Tema

- Passport office shut down due to electrical fault

- Rot at AOB District, residents call for probe into matter

Ghanaian Times:

- Tax stamp takes off today but water producers threaten shut down over implementation of policy

- Police in firm control of security situation


- Ghana, Germany must scale up investment cooperation - President

- Armed robbers gun down Lebanese, 54

The Chronicle:

- Robbers gun down Lebanese in another broad daylight robbery

- Lecturers threaten strike

- Parliament wades into defilement of 4-year-old child


- Police on manhunt for Lebanese killers


- Probe Teshie Desalination debacle, concerned Ghanaians demand

- Unipac, Halliburton legal battle comes off March 7

Graphic Showbiz:

- Not envious, I've had my time - Eazzy

- I serve God, I'm not illuminati - Abeiku Santana

Daily Graphic:

- Cashier gunned down in Tema, robbers escape with GhC200,000 booty

- 70% houses in Accra without titles - Veep

- Dismiss suit against Amidu - Attorney-General

Daily Guide:

- Lebanese shot dead in another daylight robbery

- President woos German investors

- EC boss fights back

Daily Statesman:

- DI saved Ghana $5 billion - Gabby

- Automation of land management key - Veep

- Let's improve trade and investment, President urges Germany

- Gender Minister: Defiled 4-year-old will receive justice

Daily Heritage:

- Jailing of Abuga Pele, Assibit: There were 'bigger fishes', says, director of YEA

- Residents raise red flag over questionable issue at Asikuma Odoben-Brakwa District Assembly

- Fuel prices to go down again - IES

Source: www.ghanaweb.com