Date: Thursday, August 21, 2014    Time: 12:07  
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Don’t use me as a scapegoat, Labour Minister tells Orengo

Labour  Cabinet  Secretary, Kazungu  Kambi has told Senator  James  Orengo to stop using his name as a scapegoat in the land scam and sort out the  mess he created at ...

I will leave the ministry clean, Ngilu affirms

Lands, Housing and Urban Development Cabinet Secretary, Charity Ngilu has asserted her commitment in implementing far reaching land  reforms in the ministry to ensure the public was served ...

Governance

Governors Blamed for Woes facing Level Five Hospitals

Four Senators have blamed the prevailing woes facing level Five Hospitals, where doctors and other health staff are yet to receive their salaries to unwarranted spending by the County Governments ...

KPA Reforms On Right Course.

KPA Reforms On Right Course.

Efficiency at the port of Mombasa has improved significantly this year a clear indication that the ongoing reforms at the facility were bearing fruit. [caption id="attachment_33400" align="alignright" width="448"]...

Education

Government Allocates Sh.208 Million To Special Schools

The government has allocated sh200 million this financial year to special secondary schools for assertive technologies, salaries for Special Needs Education (SNE) technical workers ,special diet, boarding and stores to ...

KNUT Concerned over Killing Of Teachers

The Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) Garissa branch has raised concern over alleged killings targeting non-local teachers in the county. Area branch KNUT secretary Ibrahim Atosh said continued attacks on ...

Business

Hoteliers' plea for Ailing Tourism Sector

Hoteliers’ plea for Ailing Tourism Sector

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Kitui entrepreneurs demand for establishment of KEBS office in the region

Small scale processors and manufacturers in Kitui County on Wednesday urged the Kenya Bureau of standards (KEBS) to devolve its services to the counties. The entrepreneurs say KEBS ought to open ...

Health & Environment

Pokot North Residents get free Medical treatment

At least 2,500 residents of Turkwel region and its environs in West Pokot County on Wednesday benefited from a free medical camp organized by a local Community Based Organization. The residents ...

Health operations going on in Isiolo despite challenges

Services at Isiolo Level Four hospital are going on normally with the medics reporting on duty as usual despite the never ending challenges that the hospital faces. Isiolo Sub-county hospital Medical ...

Video

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Sports

Rugby Dala Sevens event ready to scrum off

Arrangements  for  the  hosting  of  Safaricom  Dala  Sevens slated for  Kisumu  this weekend are complete. Vice-chairman of  the Kisumu  Rugby  Association, Gabriel  Amolo said that they were ready to host the ...

UAP  Ndakaini  half  marathon  kicks  off  in  September

Individuals and corporate organizations interested in participating in the eleventh edition of  UAP  Ndakaini  half marathon can now register online following the official launch of the registration exercise. Speaking  on Wednesday  during ...

Gender & Children Issues

Baby Born With Rare Birth Defect Dies

The Mombasa infant born with a blocked anal passage way who underwent corrective surgery earlier this week has passed away. According to Dr. Peter Sore, baby Islam Saidi died at 3 ...

Government Allocates Sh.208 Million To Special Schools

The government has allocated sh200 million this financial year to special secondary schools for assertive technologies, salaries for Special Needs Education (SNE) technical workers ,special diet, boarding and stores to ...

Wildlife & Tourism

Hoteliers' plea for Ailing Tourism Sector

Hoteliers’ plea for Ailing Tourism Sector

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Mombasa International Cultural Festival Kicks Off

The much awaited maiden Mombasa International Cultural Festival expected to show case rich cultural performances, artistic programs, public forums and exhibitions kicks off in the coastal city this week. Mombasa County ...

Peace/Security

Hoteliers' plea for Ailing Tourism Sector

Hoteliers’ plea for Ailing Tourism Sector

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Angry Lamu port land owners demonstrate for delay in compensation

Irate Kililana residents whose land will be used to construct the Lamu port on Wednesday held demonstrations blocking the visit of the Lamu Port South Sudan Ethiopia Transport (LAPSSET) board ...

Opinion

Media  urged  to  bridge  deepening  national  divide

Media urged to bridge deepening national divide

The  National  Steering  Committee on Media Monitoring has called on the media to play a fundamental role in arbitrating between public opinion and the State by bridging the deepening national ...

Christians advised against being lured to devilish lifestyle

The house of God is a holy place which must be respected by all people who profess the Christian faith. These remarks were made on Saturday by evangelist Elkana Mose ...