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We won't tolerate Mungiki's illegal plans: Gachagua
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Jubilation as Debrah Aluel scores 425 marks in 2023 KCPE
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Villagers protest against British army ahead of King Charles' visit
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Former British armoury and holding cell in ruins
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Revered pyrethrum picker who fought for Kenya's freedom
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Govt develops plan to reduce edible oil import dependency
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Field Marshal Muthoni Kirima's burial set for September 22
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Field Marshal Muthoni Kirima's burial set for September 22
2,500 targeted for Inua Jami listing in Tetu constituency
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Police uniform committee extends timeline for public participation
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Poetry and choral verses dominate day seven of music festival in Nyeri
Audiences maintained pin-drop silence as students from various secondary schools performed poems on the role and benefits of SEPU in furthering education goals.
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Poetry and choral verses dominate day seven of music festival in Nyeri
Restless Mt Kenya? President Ruto tours central to launch projects
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Demand for housing sees rents skyrocket in Othaya town
After the grand opening of the Kibaki Level Six Hospital, an annexe of Kenyatta National Hospital, real estate investors have taken advantage of the business opportunity created by the facility.
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Pastoral women turn cactus into biogas, wine
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Pastoral women turn cactus into biogas, wine
Nyeri County partners with KPCU to boost coffee production
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Ruto to police: Deal firmly but professionally with protesters
President cautions police officers against committing offences during protests. Lauds their conduct so far in quelling anti-government demos.
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Can wildlife roam freely and live harmoniously with humans?
The International Fund for Animals Welfare, (IFAW) has aptly recognised the urgent need to take action and is actively advocating for the “Room to Roam” initiative.
By 2 months ago
Can wildlife roam freely and live harmoniously with humans?
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We won't tolerate Mungiki's illegal plans: Gachagua
DP Gachagua said that Kenyans are free to carry out their business without being exploited by youth who are in the sect.
By 2 months ago
We won't tolerate Mungiki's illegal plans: Gachagua
Jubilation as Debrah Aluel scores 425 marks in 2023 KCPE
Parents and teachers at Ndima Kanini Primary School in Karatina, Nyeri county, broke into song and dance following news of Debrah Aluel's impressive performance.
By 3 months ago
Jubilation as Debrah Aluel scores 425 marks in 2023 KCPE
Kindiki supports efforts to fight substance abuse
The CS said drug abuse ranks third after terrorism and armed banditry as a threat to national security and assured of the ministry's commitment to address the issues.
By 3 months ago
Kindiki supports efforts to fight substance abuse
PS Muhia urges Kenyans to support inmate-made products
Correctional Services Principal Secretary Salome Muhia has urged Kenyans to support the Prisons Department by buying products made by inmates.
By 3 months ago
PS Muhia urges Kenyans to support inmate-made products
Gachagua calls for Mt Kenya unity, support for President Ruto
Gachagua urged Central region businesses to unite and contribute to national growth through collaborative efforts and utilization of their collective capabilities.
By 4 months ago
Gachagua calls for Mt Kenya unity, support for President Ruto
Villagers protest against British army ahead of King Charles' visit
A week ahead of King Charles' visit to Kenya, residents from Jua Kali, Muramati, Kimugandoro, and Kariunga villages in Laikipia County are not a happy lot.
By 4 months ago
Villagers protest against British army ahead of King Charles' visit
Former British armoury and holding cell in ruins
It functioned as a secure storage facility for weapons, tightly guarded by the home guards. The house also operated as a prison where individuals who resisted colonial rule were detained.
By 4 months ago
Former British armoury and holding cell in ruins
Revered pyrethrum picker who fought for Kenya's freedom
Muthoni, born in 1931 as the third child of Wanjira Kirima and Kirima Nguya, had a humble upbringing in a small farming community.
By 5 months ago
Revered pyrethrum picker who fought for Kenya's freedom
Govt develops plan to reduce edible oil import dependency
CS Murkomen added that the government aims to create a conducive environment for the growth and development of local industries while reducing reliance on imports.
By 5 months ago
Govt develops plan to reduce edible oil import dependency
Muheria: Heavy taxation a big burden for Kenyan households
Muheria said there is an urgent need for the state to collaborate with other stake holders to ease the burden of high cost of living on ordinary citizens.
By 5 months ago
Muheria: Heavy taxation a big burden for Kenyan households
Field Marshal Muthoni Kirima's burial set for September 22
Amidst an outpouring of grief, the final send-off for the esteemed freedom fighter Field Marshal Muthoni Kirima has been scheduled for September 22.
By 5 months ago
Field Marshal Muthoni Kirima's burial set for September 22
2,500 targeted for Inua Jami listing in Tetu constituency
Tetu MP said about 3,500 residents already registered for the programme.
By 5 months ago
2,500 targeted for Inua Jami listing in Tetu constituency
Police uniform committee extends timeline for public participation
According to the director of logistics Kenya Police Service, Peter Ndung'u, the extension is to allow the public to submit more views on the proposed changes of the police uniform.
By 6 months ago
Police uniform committee extends timeline for public participation
Poetry and choral verses dominate day seven of music festival in Nyeri
Audiences maintained pin-drop silence as students from various secondary schools performed poems on the role and benefits of SEPU in furthering education goals.
By 6 months ago
Poetry and choral verses dominate day seven of music festival in Nyeri
Restless Mt Kenya? President Ruto tours central to launch projects
In his five-day tour, the president will address issues on lowering the high cost of living, creation of jobs, expanding tax pays, eradicating hunger, and improving livelihoods
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Demand for housing sees rents skyrocket in Othaya town
After the grand opening of the Kibaki Level Six Hospital, an annexe of Kenyatta National Hospital, real estate investors have taken advantage of the business opportunity created by the facility.
By 6 months ago
Demand for housing sees rents skyrocket in Othaya town
Pastoral women turn cactus into biogas, wine
The species Opuntia stricta invaded huge tracts of grazing land by suppressing pasture growth and has caused death of livestock at an alarming rate by inflicting wounds in their mouth
By 7 months ago
Pastoral women turn cactus into biogas, wine
Nyeri County partners with KPCU to boost coffee production
The partnership will help in establishing coffee farm demos in coffee growing areas within the county, and support coffee nurseries to promote the production of certified coffee seedlings.
By 7 months ago
Nyeri County partners with KPCU to boost coffee production
Ruto to police: Deal firmly but professionally with protesters
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