EACC raises red flag over forgery of academic certificates
EACC has urged major education stakeholders to guard against foergery of academic papers
By Elaine Kirui 1 year ago
EACC raises red flag over forgery of academic certificates
Acting Police IG Noor Gabow disbands DCI Special Service Unit
Officers who were serving under the Special Service Unit have been recalled to the DCI Headquarters on Kiambu Road, where they will be redeployed.
By Elaine Kirui 1 year ago
Acting Police IG Noor Gabow disbands DCI Special Service Unit
Former KTDA board members in attempted take-over
KTDA has assured tea farmers that it is committed to delivering on the business of making tea a profitable venture.
By Elaine Kirui 1 year ago
Former KTDA board members in attempted take-over
PHOTOS: Martha Karua Celebrates 65th birthday
Martha Karua celebrated her 65th birthday on September 22, 2022.
By Elaine Kirui 1 year ago
PHOTOS: Martha Karua Celebrates 65th birthday
How a deputy governor is replaced
This is how a deputy governor is replaced when the seat falls vacant
By Elaine Kirui 1 year ago
How a deputy governor is replaced
Prince Philip's remains to be moved from Royal Vault for burial alongside Queen Elizabeth II
The Queen's state funeral will take place at Westminster Abbey but the exact location will be confirmed by Buckingham Palace, BBC wrote.
By Elaine Kirui 1 year ago
Prince Philip's remains to be moved from Royal Vault for burial alongside Queen Elizabeth II
Kalonzo Musyoka reacts to the Supreme Court verdict
Kalonzo said that even though he did not agree with the top court's decision, he respects it.
By Elaine Kirui 1 year ago
Kalonzo Musyoka reacts to the Supreme Court verdict
Mutula Jnr: No deal with Azimio unless Kalonzo running mate
Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Jr says the Wiper Party will accept nothing less than the position of a running mate in the coalition talks.
By Elaine Kirui 1 year ago
Mutula Jnr: No deal with Azimio unless Kalonzo running mate
House passes Bill on sustainable waste management
A new Bill has been passed in Parliament that will see industries, organisations and even households in Kenya separate waste into different categories
By Elaine Kirui 2 years ago
House passes Bill on sustainable waste management
I’ve met Oparanya five times - DP Ruto
Deputy President William Ruto has met Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya five times to discuss politics, he told Citizen TV Thursday night.
By Elaine Kirui 2 years ago
I’ve met Oparanya five times - DP Ruto
Biden inauguration: A ceremony of many firsts
Trump is yet to personally congratulate Biden on his win and did not invite him for a customary visit to the Oval Office.
By Elaine Kirui 3 years ago
Biden inauguration: A ceremony of many firsts
It’s extremely sad, Kenyans react to tragic end of love that begun at the gym
The Late Koki was found dead by her house help. She was concerned because Koki had not woken up at 10am, which was very unusual.
By Elaine Kirui 3 years ago
 It’s extremely sad, Kenyans react to tragic end of love that begun at the gym
Mbadi: Ruto is confused and conflicted
Mbadi also went ahead to question why Ruto went silent on the whole BBI process only to voice his concerns at the last minute.
By Elaine Kirui 3 years ago
Mbadi: Ruto is confused and conflicted
Non-contested referendum myth or reality?
The document has had its fair share of critics and proponents with the divide largely hinged on the need for a contested or non-contested poll.
By Elaine Kirui 3 years ago
Non-contested referendum myth or reality?
World Toilet Day stinker: Millions relieve themselves in the open
Close to 5 million Kenyans still practice open defecation
By Elaine Kirui 3 years ago
World Toilet Day stinker: Millions relieve themselves in the open
Standard journalist wins Merck Foundation Media Award
Orinde won the award under the East African Countries, Online Category’s First Position and will pocket $500 (Sh54,000).
By Elaine Kirui 3 years ago
Standard journalist wins Merck Foundation Media Award
Is society slowly accepting the character of Satan?
They believe struggle for justice is an ongoing and necessary pursuit that should prevail over laws and institutions.
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Is society slowly accepting the character of Satan?
When the rain started beating Arunga
The rise and fall of Esther Arunga with Quincy Timberlake and the killing of their son Sinclair and Australian police in the mix
By Sara Okuoro and Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
When the rain started beating Arunga
Posing online with banknotes could land you in jail, CBK warns
With the roll-out of the new banknotes, most Kenyans have been excited and are quick to share their ‘first new notes” online oblivious of the risk.
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Posing online with banknotes could land you in jail, CBK warns
Michael Joseph’s moving tribute to Bob Collymore
From a pact the two made as friends, to the memories of working colleagues, Michael Joseph asks why God has taken Bob Collymore
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Michael Joseph’s moving tribute to Bob Collymore
Chernobyl: What you need to know
An NGO body, The Chernobyl Union of Ukraine, puts the present number of those that died to close to 734,000.
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Chernobyl: What you need to know
Thank you Dad
Today the world marks and celebrates fathers, their contributions and life lessons they given us throughout the years.
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Thank you Dad
Woman starts petition to abolish heels in workplace, job interviews
It is mandatory for women to wear heels while looking for a job as well as at their workplace.
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Woman starts petition to abolish heels in workplace, job interviews
Bizarre traffic laws around the world
Here are some bizarre traffic laws around the world.
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Bizarre traffic laws around the world
Uganda faithful drink ‘miracle-cure’ bleach
Are faithful too desperate or plain ignorant to be blindsided by these stunts?
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Uganda faithful drink ‘miracle-cure’ bleach
Waititu: Blame Kabogo on Sh2b bizarre spending
“This budget is for 2017/18 done by the previous government and was meant to portray my government in bad light.”
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Waititu: Blame Kabogo on Sh2b bizarre spending
Six homemade remedies to ease the flu
Kenya has experienced a long season of drought but the rainy season is finally here.
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Six homemade remedies to ease the flu
Aga Khan University don named Unesco youth chair
Unesco said Prof Temmerman was a well-recognised global leader in women, child and adolescent health.
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Aga Khan University don named Unesco youth chair
Ex-British PM Blair’s wife blasted for saying “most African women’s first sexual encounter is rape”
Kenyans react to wife of ex-British PM Blair after she said “most African women’s first sexual encounter is rape”
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Ex-British PM Blair’s wife blasted for saying “most African women’s first sexual encounter is rape”
Smile, you are not alone
Today is International Day of Happiness, a day when people all over the world celebrate happiness and the importance of being happy.
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Smile, you are not alone
Hidden meanings in company logos
By Elaine Kirui 4 years ago
Hidden meanings in company logos
Raila Odinga's AU ambition set to birth new alliances
Politics
By Ndung’u Gachane
44 mins ago
Role of the Artur brothers and plan to bomb Standard offices
National
By Stephen Muiruri
1 hr ago
Confusion after State publishes rules to end KPLC monopoly
Business
By Macharia Kamau
1 hr ago
Spectacular collapse of Nakuru's once-budding top industries
Business
By Steve Mkawale
1 hr ago
How second bond market will complicate State pricing of domestic debt
Financial Standard
By Macharia Kamau
1 hr ago