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One person killed, police officer injured in clash with squatters in Moiben, Uasin Gishu

One person has been killed, a police officer injured and several houses burnt after a confrontation between police and squatters from the expansive Moiben farm in Uasin Gishu County.

Vladimir Putin defends Russia’s 2018 World Cup right. Blasts USA for meddling in FIFA affairs

Russian President Vladimir Putin defended Russia's right to host the 2018 soccer World Cup on Thursday and accused the United States of meddling outside its jurisdiction in the arrest of top officials from world governing body FIFA.

Manchester United keeper David De Gea spotted in Madrid alongside girlfriend

David De Gea has been pictured in Madrid as a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid seemingly edges closer.

FIFA President Sepp in more problems as UEFA backs rival for presidency

A majority of UEFA's member associations will vote for Jordan's Prince Ali bin Al Hussein to succeed Sepp Blatter as the next FIFA president, UEFA President Michel Platini said on Thursday.

Champions league finalist ready to replace under fire Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool

Rodgers' fate as Liverpool boss will be decided when he has his post-season review with FSG's Mike Gordon next month and the Irishman presided over a hugely-disappointing campaign.

"Double deals" common in FIFA's "murky world", says Australian sports official

An Australian sports administrator involved in the failed bid for Australia to host football's 2022 World Cup said on Thursday the arrests of FIFA officials in Switzerland came as no surprise.

MP recounts traumatic journey to recovery after terror attack

In pin-drop silence at the huge dome at Nairobi’s Safari Park Hotel, an MP, who survived a terror attack, recounted how he struggled with his recovery.

Witness now says Mwau played no role in seedlings scandal

Deputy Governor Adelina Mwau has moved to clear her name after a witness appearing before the commission probing a petition to dissolve the county government linked her to a tree-planting scandal in which millions of shillings were lost.

Shock as mother and daughter discover they have been sleeping with the same man

It was a case of keeping it in the family for a mother and daughter who shared a man.

Property owners at a crossroads

Do investors enjoy private property rights enshrined in the Constitution? This is a question few can answer conclusively; yet Article 40 of the Constitution provides for protection of the right to legally-acquired property.

Ways to keep your decor fresh

It is one thing to finally buy the furniture of your dreams but quite another to realise that the picture-perfect showpiece is deteriorating due to knocks, scratches, spills or outright damage.

Limuru to get new mini-city

Limuru in Kiambu County is set to welcome a mini-city that will see investors embark on developimini-cityng Tilisi into a world-class residential and commercial community.

Time to take charge of our maritime space

Kenya like other developing nations is experiencing high urbanisation growth due to push factors in rural areas and pull factors in townships.

Affordable homes? Match mortgage repayments to rent

There are a mixture of reasons. Cost of land in areas with high infrastructural development, unaffordable cost of financing - that is high interest rates for mortgages - and the technology or method of building houses.

Mother infuriated as her own daughter steals her man

It was a case of keeping it in the family for a mother and daughter who shared a man.

State partners with Mwala CDF to set up second public university in Machakos

The national government in collaboration with the Mwala Constituency Development Fund will set up a second public university in Machakos county, an MP said yesterday.

President Kenyatta pays 101-year-old family driver, Mzee Mulei, a visit

101-year-old Mzee Mulei Nganda who was Kenya’s first President- Jomo Kenyatta’s family driver has had his wish of meeting President Uhuru Kenyatta granted several years on since retiring from his work.

Facebook over-sharing means I know more about people I spoke to 20 years ago than my REAL friends

News just in: green is the new black… or, in other words, jealousy could be good for you.

Taita varsity to offer premier mining course, Balala says

Taita-Taveta University College (TTUC) will be the only university offering mining studies in Kenya, Mining Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala has said.

Ministry plans to establish 130 new technical institutions at Sh5.3 billion

The Ministry of Education has announced plans to construct 130 additional technical training institutes.

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