Last Updated: September 17, 2014 18:31

Police seize 10, 000 litres of methanol in Taita-Taveta, two arrested

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Police have confiscated 10,000 litres of methanol and arrested two people in Taita-Taveta County.

Govt rolls out laptops pilot programme in four schools

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The government has rolled out a pilot programme to determine preparedness for the distribution of laptop to primary school pupils.

Senator: CORD rebels risk voters' wrath

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Kwale Senator Boy Juma Boy has warned CORD rebel MPs that they risk facing the people's wrath for failing to support the party's agenda.

Kenyans to lose jobs in South Sudan

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Thousands of Kenyans working in South Sudan are at risk of losing their jobs following a directive by the South Sudanese Government to prohibit employment of foreigners.

Four police officers killed by speeding vehicle in Emali

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Four police officers were Tuesday night killed when a vehicle rammed onto a makeshift house in Emali Town, off Emali-Loitoktok road.

Nyeri County to benefit from Sh9.6b Chinese projects

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The firms have already signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Nyeri County government to engage in the construction of houses, roads, bridges and bus parks.

Kenya

MCA sues Facebook page, Dead Beat Kenya over post

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Kiambu Member of County Assembly (MCA) Paul Karungo Thang’wa has sued a Facebook page, Dead Kenya Kenya for defamation.

The Counties

Three people killed after a mosque under construction collapsed in Pate Island

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Three people were Wednesday morning killed and seven others wounded after a mosque under construction collapsed in Pate Island, Lamu County.

Business

Treasury warned over failure to check growing national debt

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A key advisory House team has asked the National Treasury to keep a close eye on the national debt to make sure that the country does not live beyond its means.

World

American doctor cured of Ebola meets Obama

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Aboard Air Force One (AFP) - An American doctor cured of Ebola met President Barack Obama Tuesday, as the US leader hammered out a strategy to curtail the deadly epidemic ravaging west Africa.

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