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  1. Tenwek Hospital suspends medical services to teachers

    AON Minet insurance company owes the hospital over Sh45 million

    Tenwek Hospital
  2. PRIME Elders keen to immortalise cultural festivals, artefacts

    They want traditions documented and artefacts stored in a museum for future generations.

  3. Teacher who threw baby into fire arrested

    Man claimed that the baby’s ears did not look like his or those of his relatives.

    Handcuffed man
  4. Kiambu murder suspect surrenders in Nakuru

    Waithera is being held at the Nakuru Central Police Station awaiting to be transferred to Kiambu.

    Anne Waithera alias Dolly
  5. PRIME Sand harvesting leaves death traps in Nakuru

    Kilimo says they have complained several times to Nema and local authorities but got no help.

    Ndarugu quarry
  6. Man abandons father’s car on the road

    Police summon Mr Nahashon Wagema to record a statement over the incident.

  7. Efforts renewed to save Chepalungu forest

    Local communities, state and non-state actors had been roped into the forest's conservation efforts.

  8. Four killed in Nakuru house fire

    The bodies of three children and a house help were burnt beyond recognition.

    Nakuru fire
  9. Central Rift Valley water agency boss kicked out  

    Officials say the nasty boardroom wars may derail activities at water agency.

    Hosea Wendot
  10. Maai Mahiu muggings leave 5 nursing injuries

    The latest victim sustained machete wounds after he was attacked while on his way home on Friday night.

    Crime scene
  11. Naivasha police pursue woman’s killers

    The victim’s body was found inside a water tank on Wednesday evening.

    Police tape
  12. Kericho deputy governor sworn in

    Mrs Lily Ngok becomes the county’s second female deputy governor.

    Lily Ngok
  13. Lily Ng’ok all set to be sworn in as Kericho deputy governor

    She will replace the late Susan Kikwai, who succumbed to Covid-19 complications last month.

    Lily Ng’ok
  14. Bomet to supply its surplus oxygen to neighbours

    Narok and Kericho are said to have made inquiries on the supply capacity.

    Oxygen machine
  15. Missing brothers: Police yet to make headway

    Nakuru County Criminal Investigations Officer Anthony Sunguti says he is not aware of the case.

    Joseph Ngugi Macharia


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