Thursday, November 25, 2010

New LinkedIN account

Dear readers,

We have been busy updating our social networking facilities and as a result have developed a new LinkedIN account. You can add us by visiting our public profile.

As you can see, we are currently recruiting volunteers for 2011. Send us an email if you would like further information or to apply.

In other news, one of our previous volunteers has been awarded runner-up in a photography competition judged by bestselling author Victoria Hislop. You can see the collection of photographs here.


The Central Press

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Business Forum presentations at Cape Coast Polytechnic

Above: Editor of Central Press Newspaper Kwamina Bamfo- Agyei presents certificate to the SRC representative at the First Central Press Business Forum on Cape Coast Polytechnic (click to enlarge)

Above: Group photograph (click to enlarge)

Pictures from the latest edition (click to enlarge)

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Sunday, September 12, 2010

Mayor of Cape Coast thanks interns for contributions

The Mayor of Cape Coast warmly thanked volunteers from The Central Press for their contributions to the local community.

Check out the video here.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Friday, August 20, 2010

A big day for Central Press

This morning, we began our travels to the voices of Ghana's radio stations picking up on our exclusive front page story: 'Stop using buildings as billboards, says Regional Minister exclusively to CP'. (See below.)

We drove on to chat with the Mayor of Cape Coast, who thanked one of our departing interns - Vicky 'Abba' McNaught-Davis - for her hard work on the newspaper. He then also thanked continuing fellow intern Xavier Goavec, and discussed future prospects with editor Mr. Bamfo-Agei and board director Mr. Savage. (See photograph below.)

We then joined him in celebrating the arrival of the Queen of Swaziland at Cape Coast, then following her on a tour of the infamous castle. Addressing the sub chiefs, she noted Ghana's notable recent progressions in women's rights and hoped that they would continue. (See photograph below.)

Currently, we are awaiting our next conference at the Cape Coast Chiefs' Palace and uploading new content to the website.

All photography copyright Vicky 'Abba' McNaught-Davis. Please contact for terms of use.

Friday, August 13, 2010

New websites

Hello! Welcome to the Central Press blog. We have recently expanded our online presence, so you can now contact us through the following methods:


Comments, opinions and contributions are always welcome.

Recent photographs

Community police officers' inauguration (above)

Regional Minister at family planning conference (above)

GUAU lecture at Cape Coast University Science Block (above)

Trafficked children are returned to their mothers (above)

Mayor of Cape Coast speaks at uniforms for local schools donation (above)

All photography copyright Vicky 'Abba' McNaught-Davis. Please contact for terms of use.