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Made-In-Ghana Logo Winners Receive Cheques
Culture / Economy / Ghana

Made-In-Ghana Logo Winners Receive Cheques

Dr Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, Minister of Trade and Industry, on Wednesday presented cheques to winners of the Made-In-Ghana logo competition in Accra. The winner, Mr Bart-Plange took home a laptop computer and a cheque for GH₵ 10,000.00 as his prize.   In 2014, President John Dramani Mahama inaugurated an 18-member Steering Committee to promote Made-In-Ghana goods. … Continue reading »

B.B. King to Be Laid to Rest Next Week in Mississippi Delta
Culture / Music / United States of America

B.B. King to Be Laid to Rest Next Week in Mississippi Delta

The body of blues legend B.B. King will return next week to the Mississippi Delta where his life and career began. His body will be flown on May 27 to Memphis, Tennessee, the place where a young King was nicknamed the Beale Street Blues Boy. Organizers in Memphis said a musical tribute is scheduled for 11 a.m. … Continue reading »

Symbol of Friendship Between Lithuania and Finland Unveiled in Vilnius
Art / Culture / Finland / Lithuania

Symbol of Friendship Between Lithuania and Finland Unveiled in Vilnius

President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite together with Finland’s former President Tarja Halonen unveiled sculpture “Suomis” in Vilnius. At the unveiling ceremony, the President underlined that this sculpture was a symbol of close friendship between Lithuania and Finland, reports BC presidential press service. FULL STORY Continue reading »

Children’s Railway Seen in Budapest, Hungary
Culture / Hungary / Lifestyle

Children’s Railway Seen in Budapest, Hungary

The Children’s Railway has received the official Guinness World Record certificate for the longest children’s railway line in this May. The 11.7018 km narrow-gauge railway runs between Huvosvolgy and Szechenyihegy stations in Budapest. It has been in continuous operation since the first 3.2 km of track were inaugurated on July 31, 1948. FULL STORY Continue reading »