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First phase of Sh1 billion Kemsa warehouse completed

Phase II, which is an office block, is in progress and will be handed over at a later date.

We are partners in a common cause, Uhuru tells diplomats

President apprises the envoys on key local and regional developments

Party stalwart with only Sh1,000 in wallet shocks fans

The party honcho had promised fans a heavy lunch for gracing his event

Why women must be at the centre of post-Covid recovery

Kenyan women will enjoy gender equality after 95 years, says a World Economic Forum report

Panel to hire TSC chairperson appointed

PSC vice chair urges members to be diligent in their work

BBI bill formally in Parliament, MPs plot speedy approval

Special treatment. Lawmakers dismiss BBI critics calling for more time between readings.

Waiguru to secure titles for disputed South Ngariama land

Executive and assembly committed to issuing titles to rightful 8,200 families

State targets to inoculate 7 people per minute

At least 10,775 people must be vaccinated in a day and at least 448 per hour.

Two arrested in Kiambu for impersonating Nema officials

Agency says such cases rose especially after the ban on plastic bags in 2017.

The News Brief: Ruto MPs make U-turn to starve Jubilee of cash

Here is your summary of stories making headlines in the Star.

Blogger Edgar Obare arrested for trying to extort governor

Obare coached lady to stalk a governor with the hope of extorting Sh10 million from him.

Boat made of recycled plastic set to sail on L Victoria

Flipflopi, made from 100% recycled plastic to start expedition in Kenya, TZ and UG.

IEBC must work as a team to deliver credible votes

We have a number of by-elections and a referendum to hold.

Women senators encourage girls to study sciences

Girls not fully involved in science and technology courses.

Catholic doctors oppose vaccine, experts warn against advice

Health experts have cautioned that Kenyans should get the vaccine they are offered.

Ex-Nairobi Governor Sonko charged in terrorism case

Accused of recruiting people to commit terrorism act.

Bill seeks to fine landlords for arbitrary hiking of rent

Rent increases would only be allowed after a year of the last increase for residential areas.