Malindi Ardhi House to cost Sh40 million

The aim is to bring services closer to the people and reduce the costs of traveling to Kilifi.

cState applying double standards in Covid-19, Church says

Churches are forced to observe restrictions which politicians flout.

Corruption is Kenya’s biggest problem, says Magoha

CS praised Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya for doing excellent job and being accountable.

Coast Wiper leaders plan grand reception for Kalonzo

The former VP wants to revamp the party in Kwale and Mombasa

State urged to credit SMEs to revive economy

ICPAK chairperson tells government to stimulate businesses in any way possible.

Court suspends Sh67 million Malindi road project

Petitioners said county did not conduct public participation for World Bank-funded project.

Mombasa ripe for national leadership, says Joho

Says people now focus on a country that respects devolution, the rule of law and economy stability.

Lamu native doctors promise to end Covid-19

Say state is spending too much funding research 'for disease that has defied science' .

Pakistan pledges deal with Lapsset ahead of berth launch

Preparation of container yards for the second and third berths is ongoing.

NLC probes challenges facing royalty-sharing Act

Will focus on hurdles surrounding mining activities in Kwale and the environmental impact on the communities.

Mombasa 'ready to reopen schools in October'

Assessment ongoing for level of preparedness to reopen, teachers go first.

Lamu cashew industry dwindles under 12-year export ban

Renowned farmers have ventured into other activities after lacking market.

Taita Taveta farm produce tax break expires

Three-month waiver imposed to cushion farmers, traders from Covid-19 effects.

Carrefour opens three branches in Mombasa as rivals exit

Carrefour is set to support the city’s local suppliers following the Covid-19 pandemic.

Stateless communities hardest hit by Covid-19 - rights activists

There are more than 20,000 members in Kenya, comprising the Rundi, Pemba and Makonde.

Continued seizure of property breach of rights, say the Akashas

Also want to inspect several vehicles, a pistol and an iPhone, and the same released

Lamu elders advise against reopening schools in October

They say there is insufficient infrastructure to allow for social distancing.