Last Updated: October 2, 2014 13:23

Mutunga names five-judge bench to hear Lapsset case

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The Chief Justice Willy Mutunga has appointed High Court Principal Judge Richard Mwongo to preside over a five-judge bench to hear a petition seeking to stop the government from proceeding with the Lamu Port Southern Sudan-Ethiopia Transport (LAPSSET) project.

KWS hunt hyena after it killed two children in Marsabit

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A hyena attacked and killed two children before injuring five other people at Boru Haru village in Marsabit County.

Judiciary accused of 'erroneous' rulings

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The Senate has launched a scathing attack on the Judiciary over a string of orders and rulings, which senators termed as practice of ‘judicial activism’.

We are reforming agricultural sector to boost production, says President Uhuru

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has said his Government is undertaking major reforms in the agricultural sector to boost production and increase profits for farmers.

School seeks divine intervention over fire incidents

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The recent fire incidents in Homa Bay High school have called for special prayers in the school.

Thugs attack, rob, rape Mwitoti and Shikomari residents in night of terror

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The gangsters, armed with machetes, carried out their attack between 9pm and midnight and struck four homesteads where they stole household goods, money and raped occupants.


Kenya to spend 10 per cent of budget on agriculture

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has said Kenya is on course to allocating 10 per cent of its national budget to agriculture, as stipulated in the Maputo Declaration.

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Nairobi-Nakuru highway set for expansion

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The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has announced plans to expand the busy Nairobi-Nakuru highway.


Kenya government unveils plan to assess energy consumption and demand

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The Government Wednesday appeared to own up to the criticism that its ambitious plan to add another 5000MW of power to the national grid by 2016 could leave the country with more electricity than it needs.