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  1. Security plan launched to ensure safety of floating bridge users

    Officials say about 20,000 people use the Likoni floating bridge daily.

    Likoni Channel
  2. Assembly summons Taita county officials over health crisis

    The county government hired new medics to replace the sacked workers.

    Ms Ruth Mueni
  3. PRIME Woman dies after waiting for ambulance for three days

    Ms Sidi Said died in a private car while being rushed to St Joseph Shelter of Hope.

    Ms Ruth Mueni
  4. BBI won’t solve squatter problem, Baya now says

    Lawmaker insists Kilifi is one of the counties that could reject the document.

     Owen Baya
  5. Mombasa health workers call off strike

    Services in public hospitals in the county to resume from tomorrow after medics end strike.

    Mombasa health workers
  6. The pitiful life of poor inhabitants of Ras Kitau

    Poor people have over the years flocked the island to serve as casual labourers on wealthy land owners' properties.

    Ras Kitau
  7. Ambulances grounded in Taita-Taveta

    A woman died in Taveta for lack of an ambulance to ferry her to St Joseph Shelter of Hope in Voi.

  8. Commuters enjoy reduced fares as more PSVs join Lamu route

    More bus companies and more 14-seater shuttles to start operating on the Lamu route.

  9. Mombasa police seize heroin worth Sh6m, arrest four

    The suspects include a couple who are originally from Tanzania.

    Handcuffs
  10. Dockers lose round one of court battle over Joho firm

    Judge declines to order KPA to produce lease agreements entered with companies.

    Portside Freight Terminals
  11. 2,000 Taita women weave their way to global market

    Apart from supporting their families, they have made an impact in the community.

  12. Missing Lamu fisherman found dead

    The victim is likely to have been overpowered by strong tidal waves and drowned.

    Lamu
  13. Water everywhere in Kilifi, but not a drop to drink

    Some communities in Rabai are still suffering even after the county government bought drilling equipment.

  14. PRIME Why it’s the sour season for mango farmers in Tana River

    Exploitative middlemen are paying just Sh2 per fruit.

  15. Soap project changing lives of women in Taveta

    Most of the women in the area are uneducated and hope their daughters will get educated to break the cycle of early marriages.

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