Govt suspends mining activities in Mai Mahiu

The government has suspended mining activities by a Chinese company in Mai Mahiu, Naivasha amid claims the company’s activities are posing an environmental and health risk to the residents. China Wu Yi was ordered...

Six feared dead in Hell’s Gate tragedy

At least six people are feared dead after they were reportedly swept away by floods at Hell’s Gate in Naivasha.  Among the six who are missing, five were tourists while one was their tour guide. One...

Stray leopard mauls over 50 goats, sheep in Naivasha

Residents of Ihundu village in Naivasha East are accusing the Kenya Wildlife Service of laxity in capturing a stray leopard that has invaded their homes mauling over 50 sheep and goats. For over a month now...

Seven mourners killed in Nakuru accident

The owner of a Nissan matatu that overturned Tuesday night killing seven people at Mwariki area in Elementeita in Nakuru County will be arraigned in court once police finalize their investigations. Rift Valley Regional Traffic...

Ministry embarks on capacity building for cancer management

The Ministry of Health has embarked on an ambitious country wide campaign to build capacity on cancer treatment and palliative services in public health facilities. Head of the National Cancer Control Programme at the Ministry...

Directors of water companies demand for security of tenure

The Water Services Providers Association (WASPA) wants a security of tenure for boards of directors at public water utility companies for effective service delivery in the water sector. WASPA Chief Executive Officer Antony Ambugo says...

Police seize 3,000 litres of illicit brew in Nakuru

Police in Nakuru have nabbed more than 3,000 litres of illicit brew hidden in shallow pits at residential premises of a notorious brewer said to be on the run. In the early Saturday morning sting...

Well wishers donate beds at Nakuru GK Prison

Thirty five nursing mothers at the Nakuru GK Prison have received 250 beds  and bedding from well wishers in a move aimed at cushioning mothers and children against cold related infections. The initiative moved...

MP urges President Uhuru to sign the finance bill 2018

Gilgil MP Martha Wangare is confident that fuel prices will go down after President Uhuru Kenyatta signs the finance bill 2018 which suspended the 16 per cent VAT on fuel till 2020. Speaking during the...

Leaders condemn punitive fines on petty offenders

A Senator and an MP have condemned the punitive fines slapped on petty offenders saying that this should be reviewed to save thousands of poor people in custody. According to Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika and...
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