Lobby pushes for Sh1.3bn Owino Uhuru residents payout

Courts awarded damages to 3,000 residents who had filed a class action suit over lead poisoning.

IEBC upbeat of hitting voter listing target

Poll agency vice chairperson says they have brought on board more stakeholders to make it a success

Three killed after being hit by truck

Eye witnesses say the driver was heading towards Malindi before he knocked a tuktuk then the motobike.

State begins construction of livestock export yard at Lamu Port

PS Kimutai says the project will revolutionise animal export business in the country

Diabetes, hypertension patients bore brunt of Covid in Lamu—report

Most patients went off their clinical schedules and this endangered or slowed down their recovery

Hundreds of IDs remain uncollected in Taita Taveta

IEBC targets to enlist at least 33,732 new voters in the ongoing registration exercise

Security agencies pursue Shabaab over torched Lapsset lorries

Residents have reported a heavy security presence in the area including constant air patrols

Over 200 Kwale families vow to stay put in disputed Mwatate land

The residents say they are the original inhabitants of the parcel said to belong to Kalro

Luos in Mombasa divided over Shahbal, Nassir, Omar

The Luo community is third largest voting bloc in Mombasa after Mijikenda and Kambas

NLC has powers to probe land row, official tells Chitembwe

Judge is among 47 individuals and companies embroiled in 14.7 acres dispute with Nyali Primary School

Alarm over elderly killings in Kilifi

Commissioner says most of the cold blood murders are planned and executed by family members

Kwale rights groups push for mass voter listing

Angaza Movement is sensitising residents on the importance of voting and engaging in a peaceful poll

Kwale farmers to get agricultural training

More than 60 Kwale farming groups to be trained on modern farming.

Why do Muslim men wear beards?

A man without a beard in Islam is no different from a woman, some clerics say.

Lamu cashew farmers decry 14-year export ban

Only the National Cereals and Produce Board can purchase raw nuts from farmers.

Shahbal banks on youth to win

Young people make up 65 per cent of all the registered voters in the county

Lamu politician calls for sober talks on security situation

Says war in Lamu, can only be won through political goodwill from local leadership.