Today at the newsstands

FrontPage headlines all captured in the 'papers'

Fri, 16 Mar 2018 Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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

Daily Graphic:

- Saglemi Housing project: 1500 units unoccupied

- 38 new assemblies inaugurated

- Minerals C’ssion orders quarries to introduce dust mgt system by April 30

Ghanaian Times:

- Stop fight over District capitals – President

- 38 newly created district, municipal assemblies take off

- Killing of Lebanese cashier in Tema, 3 more grabbed

Daily Heritage:

- Recent fuel price reduction: Consumers tricked, says IES

- I use GTP for curtains - Tourism Minister

- Kwabenya cell break: Blows in court as police clash with family members of suspects.

- J.B Danquah's alleged killers' trial drags again

- 32% of rural women in unsafe abortion - Research

The Finder:

- 3 jailed 24 months for sanitation offences; 8 institutions freed

- Increased contraceptive usage reduces fertility rate- Survey

- Ghana, ADF sign $39 million loan to support agric


- Tertiary schools take lion's share of GETFund allocation

- GEPA plans export increase through coconut revitalisation project

The Mirror:

- Magic fails man- dies from self-inflicted knife wounds

- Woman suffers liver damage from hair dye

Daily Statesman:

- Strong systems needed for deepening democracy

- Work for NPP 2020 victory - John Boadu charges new executives

- Technical, Vocational Education key to economic transformation - President

The Inquisitor:

- Africa Integras deal: UG warns Prof Yankah - Don't poke your nose into our affairs

- Amewu, Sir John on hit list for fighting galamsey, illegal logging

The Independent:

- Stop politicising corruption cases - Emile Short

- Government commended for moves to increase solar power

The Herald:

- Energy Minister ignores calls to probe new BOST scandal

- NLA boss' media trial agenda collapsing

Goldstreet Business:

- Commercial coconut production thrown lifeline as GEPA injects GHS600k into Coconut Export Revitalisation Project

- Robust National ID system required to curb SIM fraud - MTN CEO

Crusading Guide:

- Work to secure victory 2020 - John Boadu fires up newly-elected NPP executives, releases guidelines for regional elections

- Ready-to-eat meat products cause of listeriosis outbreak

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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