Correspondent, Murang'a
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Civil servants to benefit from post-retirement medical scheme

Gathecha said civil servants will start making contributions to their post-retirement scheme

Locked 'Ciondos' put food on tables of elderly Murang'a women

They have formed basketry groups that provide them with platform to unwind and encourage each other

Locked Man overcomes illness, poverty to complete high school at 41

Muchoki first wrote his KCPE exam in the year 2000 but was unable to join secondary school due to financial constraints.

Macadamia farmers warned to brace for poor prices

Russian-Ukraine war, fluctuation of the dollar cited as some of the reasons the prices may reduce.

Gachagua orders crackdown on 24hr clubs in Mt Kenya region

The DP now wants only one bar and restaurant allowed to operate in a particular town.

Locked Tea farmers to earn more as KTDA set to install 13 processors

Agency will support factories to venture into production of orthodox tea that fetches more returns

Locked Fire fighters decry poor remuneration, working conditions

Association in the process of drafting a scheme of service to better their terms of service

Locked Murang'a tea farmers slaughter goats, make merry after better returns

Ngere tea factory paid a mini bonus of Sh10 per kilo last week, one of the highest countrywide

570 schools in Murang'a approved to host Junior Secondary

Some 77 schools have been disqualified for failing to achieve the required standards.

Conmen invade Del Monte land, subdivide parcels

Unsuspecting buyers are charged Sh50,000 to to buy 50x100 plots of land.

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