Last Updated: December 18, 2014 23:55

Day of shame as controversial security bill divides Parliament but pushes through

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A special session of the National Assembly convened yesterday to discuss the controversial security bill turned into a theatre of the absurd as MPs engaged in a shouting match.

Nkaissery nomination approved

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The National Assembly has approved the nomination of Kajiado Central MP Joseph Nkaissery as Interior Cabinet Secretary, paving the way for President Uhuru Kenyatta to formally appoint him.

Uhuru gets Christmas gift in dropped ICC case

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The turn of events in the case against President Uhuru Kenyatta at the International Criminal Court (ICC) was the most dramatic highlights, not only in the Kenya, but also in the court’s calender this year.

CS unveils new sticker to rid roads of old cars

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There will no longer be any tolerance for unroadworthy vehicles after the Government unveiled a new car registration sticker meant to rid them from Kenyan roads.

Parliament doesn’t have final say on security bill, says ombudsman

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The country stands to lose hard gained freedoms under the guise of fighting terrorism, Commission on Administrative Justice (ombudsman) Chairman Otiende Amollo has said.


Farmers protest new maize prices

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The new maize prices have left farmers, who had been waiting for the pronouncement with bated breath, even more disheartened.

The Counties

Kebs seizes fake items worth Sh2m

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Kenya Bureau of Standard (Kebs) officers in Eldoret Thursday recovered an assortment of counterfeit products, including cosmetics, electrical equipment, geometrical sets, pens, water heaters and bulbs.


Kenya's flower farmers to access EU market duty-free from next month

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Flower farmers in Kenya could access the European market duty-free as early as next month. This is after the European Parliament and Council confirmed they do not object to the reinstatement of Kenya to the list of beneficiary countries in the so-called ‘EU Market Access Regulation’.


US, Cuba restore ties after 50 years

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The United States and Cuba agreed on Wednesday to restore diplomatic ties that Washington severed more than 50 years ago, and President Barack Obama called for an end to the long economic embargo against its old Cold War enemy.


Why Muthee had to quit

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There was consensus among fans, sponsors and Government on what might have forced Mwangi Muthee to walk away from Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) - wrangling.


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