KTDA now calls for talks with state on new tea regulations

Agency says no proper public participation was carried out.

40 sheep stolen Bishop Njenga's Limuru farm recovered

Rustlers fled when they realised cops, elders and government officials were trailing them.

We want Nyaga, others failed us - Akorinos

They said politicans failed them in the revenue debate and only Nyanga should become Mt Kenya kingpin.

Ndaka-ini residents to benefit from Sh53m irrigation project

Over 30 kilometres of pipeline will be laid from the Kiama River to homes.

Irrigation authority partners with Nyandarua in Sh184m project

More than 2,000 households will directly benefit.

Low-income earners biggest gainers in new Nyeri water tariffs

Residents to give their views on the new rates during public forums in the next few days.

Storm brews in tea sector as farmers plan protests against KTDA

Sector leaders from Nyeri and Murang'a accuse agency of filing court cases meant to exploit them further.

10,000 Kiambu, Murang'a maize farmers to get fertiliser

This is part of Yara International food security initiative worth Sh800 million.

MP Mwathi wants more teachers hired as schools reopen

Limuru lawmaker urges the government to recruit jobless teachers.

Thika Town legislator calls for staggered reopening of schools

Wainaina says allowing all learners back would result in congestion that could lead to virus spread.

Murang'a High and sanitation firm embroiled in sewer dispute

School blocked a drain, causing waste to overflow into adjacent homes.

Kajiado rustlers return, steal 48 sheep

Forty sheep stolen by Kajiado cattle rustlers, residents call for anti-stock theft unit to be set up.

Bizarre incident in Kinangop as farmer's cows slashed at night

The attack on the animals happened in the wee hours of Tuesday

Canaan residents torch house of suspected bhang peddler

Schoolchildren trade parents' items and chickens for drug.

Decline in illicit brews in Central attributed to tech-based crackdown

Security and Nacada officials warn of emerging ways of drug and alcohol abuse.

Clerics, mourners put Kimemia on notice over bad roads

Members of the clergy say they prayed for politicians only for them to deserted residents after winning.

Kirinyaga rice farmers receive free seeds from government

Agriculture ministry to distribute through the county government.