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  1. Mau Mau families in Meru get land documents

    5,000 family members of Mau Mau freedom fighters in Buuri Sub-County issued with land allotment letters.

  2. Alarm as Covid-19 cases surge in Laikipia

    In the last three days, at least three people have died from Covid-19-related complications in the county.

  3. Missing teen found dead on river bank in Embu

    The body of the Form Two student found with stab wounds on the neck, an indication that his end was brutal.

  4. Appeal court turns down Laikipia governor's request in legal costs row

    Mr Muriithi had argued that the voter’s demands should be put on hold, pending determination of an appeal that is challenging the legal bill of Sh5 million.

  5. Kimemia moves to repossess grabbed public land

    Nyandarua Governor Francis Kimemia ordered the repossession and directed the county Land ministry to ensure that all public offices have their land documents.

  6. Police boss sent on leave in probe over lawyer’s death

    Makueni Ward Police Commander Francis Gichuhi is accused of attempting to shield Constable Nancy Njeri.

  7. Meru to open its largest isolation centre as Covid-19 cases surge

    Officials say virus cases have shot up from 79 at the end of August to 235 on October 19.

  8. Was late Makueni lawyer psychic?

    The lawyer and the policewoman are believed to have been estranged lovers.

  9. Ethiopia entry into Somalia miraa market rouses worry

    The development has sent jitters in Kenya after long monopoly on Mogadishu market.

  10. Lawyer whose hand was cut off dies

    Makueni-based lawyer Onesmus Masaku was attacked by Police Constable Nancy Njeri, who now faces a murder charge.

  11. Policewoman to face murder charge

    She is accused of chopping off a lawyer’s hand during a scuffle two weeks ago. He died on Sunday while receiving treatment at Kenyatta Hospital.

  12. Boy, 16, dies after mob justice attack

    The Standard Seven pupil was attacked on suspicion of stealing miraa.

  13. Meru will not blindly support BBI, Kiraitu says

    Meru governor urges residents to scrutinise the report before making a decision.

  14. Elders blame govt over rising insecurity in Rift

    According to the Council Chair Gilbert Kabage, residents have been living at the mercy of bandits since the CS withdrew guns from police reservists.

  15. Kiraitu, Maore truce could muddle Munya’s 2022 plan

    Relations between the governor and Maore have been frosty for more than 20 years.