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  1. Nakuru suppliers of bad maize ‘will still get pay’

    Chief officer reveals no sample was taken to the government chemist for testing.

  2. Displaced Baringo families cry for aid

    They are living in deplorable conditions after being displaced by Lake Baringo’s rising water levels.

  3. Matiang’i forms task force to settle Mau land dispute

    Interior Cabinet Secretary says the team has eleven weeks to complete its work.

  4. Solai Dam tragedy: DPP wants suspects charged afresh

    This comes after the High Court quashed their acquittal by a lower court in February

  5. Scarface: Oldest lion in the Mara

    He is referred to as a legend and is the most famous big cat, holding a territory of over 400 square kilometres.

  6. Catholic Diocese of Nakuru to build Sh714m hospital

    Our Lady of Mercy Mission Hospital to be put up at St Marys Pastoral Centre in Nakuru Town.

  7. Nakuru dairy farmers seek county’s boost

    The average production per lactation in the region is 2,100 litres.

  8. Governor bans matatus from Nakuru CBD

    Commuters will now walk longer distances from the CBD to board vehicles to destinations outside Nakuru Town.

  9. Lack of high-end hospitals in Nakuru 'disturbed' Moi's doctor, Kinyanjui says

    Mzee Moi, Kenya’s second and longest-serving President, died on February 4 after a long illness.

  10. Virtual court cases jolted by confusion, mishaps

    It’s hard for a judge to tell if the accused is being coached to answer questions.

  11. Nakuru launches Sh570m dairy value chain strategic plan

    The five-year plan seeks to boost food security in the county.

  12. Why the water level of Mara River is rising

    Narok Governor says there is need for all stakeholders, including corporate institutions, to play a role in conservation of the Mara Basin.

  13. Band members quit music, start car wash business

    When jobs weren’t forthcoming, youth found solace in church band, until Covid-19 struck.

  14. Meet ex-chief preserving past by saving decades of ‘Nation’

    Wambugu has been saving past copies of the Nation for nearly 40 years.

  15. ‘I did it’: Son of slain Nakuru tycoon confesses

    Also arrested were the businessman’s wife and two other children, including a daughter.