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19:37
19:37

21 Chopper Crash Survivors Back Home updf chopper crash

Twenty one survivors of the multiple chopper crashes in Kenya returned home to a heroes’ welcome on Friday.
19:03
19:03

Nakasongola Police Fire Live Bullets To Save Murder Suspect residents riots

Violence broke out after a Police sniffer dog brought to trace the killers of Yudaya Nakafeero and her six months baby identified as Shakul led to the home of Godfrey Mutebi, a resident of Kyeleeta village in Kakooge sub-county.
18:37
18:37

Lira Referral Hospital Operating With Only Six Doctors health workers

Beatrice Apong, acting Lira District Health Officer, told URN on Wednesday that lack of medical doctors is currently a national problem. She noted that Lira district has also failed to attract two medical doctors to manage Ogur and Amach health centre IVs.
18:28
18:28

MPs Want Special Session on Chopper Crash updf chopper crash 2

A group of legislators want parliament to hold a special session to honour the fallen Uganda Air Force servicemen.
18:07
18:07

Wobulenzi Town Council Loses UGX 3.4 M in Vandalism swindling of funds 2 1

Wobulenzi town council has lost 3.4 million shillings after a garbage truck that was under repair in garage was vandalized by unidentified people.
17:43
17:43

Jinja College Begins Savings Course for Civil Servants 1

A pre- retirement training course has been initiated at the Civil Service College in Jinja.The new program that starts in September 2012 targets new entrants into the Public Service and those from the age of 45 years.
17:39
17:39

Mbale Ebola Suspects Test Negative ebola outbreak 2

The samples from two suspected Ebola victims from Mblae have both tested negative, easing the tension that had gripped health workers at Mbale Regional Referral Hospital where they have been admitted.
17:12
17:12

Two Market Vendors Suspended Over Witchraft withcraft

Two market vendors have been suspended from Kame market in Mukono district over suspected witchcraft acts. Nusula Nampiima and Nulu Nabbosa were found with fetishes in their stalls according to market vendors in Kame market.
16:48
16:48

Poor Soils Affect Crop Yield in Kamuli poor harvests 3

Poor soils in Kamuli district are ruining many farmers’ crop harvest this season. Farmers URN spoke to say despite good rains and sunshine in the past season, most of them have only harvested have less than half of what they expected due to poor soils.
16:21
16:21

Two Shortlisted For NWSC Top Job nswc

The two candidates; Alex Gisagara, the current Acting Managing Director of the corporation, and Dr. Eng. Silver Mugisha, a chief manager for institutional development at the corporation, beat 8 other candidates to reach the shortlist stage after undergoing interviews with the NWSC board.
16:00
16:00

King Oyo Suspends Kingdom Constitution tooro kingdom 1 1

Addressing the Kingdom Parliament, the Orukurato, on Friday at the Kingdom’s Mucwa Council Chambers in Fort Portal, Oyo said that the constitution is disbanded with immediate effect, until another constitution is put in place.
15:45
15:45

Kayihura Calls for National Medical Insurance At AIGP Bisherurwa's Funeral uganda police force

Inspector General of Police Lt. General Kale Kayihura has called for a comprehensive national medical insurance. Kayihura made the call Friday at Christ the King Church during the funeral service of Richard Bisherurwa, Assistant Inspector General of Police.
15:24
15:24

Tullow Oil To Hold Suppliers Conference cathy adengo 3

Tullow Uganda, one of the oil exploration companies operating in the country says it plans to hold a Suppliers Conference to help the public gain knowledge on how to compete for businesses in the oil sector.
14:36
14:36

Ekanya: Time For Rainbow Coalition Against NRM mike mukula 3

Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) presidential aspirant Geoffrey Ekanya says it is time for a rainbow coalition for opposition parties if they are to dislodge Yoweri Museveni’s National Resistance Movement from power.
14:08
14:08

Judge Advises Bebe Cool to Settle Shooting Case Out of Court bebe cool shooting

High Court Judge Benjamin Kabiito has advised local musician Moses Ssali commonly known as Bebe Cool to amicably settle shooting case.
13:27
13:27

Households Embrace Energy Saving Stoves To Combat Climate Change 1 1

Rural households in Fort Portal have resorted to energy saving technologies as a measure of adapting to the effects of climate change. In Kidukuru and Nyabukara villages, 70% of the households are now using the stoves, which have reduced on fuel wood consumption, deforestation has reduced and carbon emissions have gone down.
13:02
13:02

Gaps in National Drug Policy Slowing NDA Operations 3

The National Drug Authority (NDA) is calling on Parliament to allow the formation of the committee on National Formulary. Dr Gordon Sematiko, the director National Drug Authority told the Health Committee of Parliament on Thursday that the formulary is a medical and pharmaceutical reference book that contains a wide spectrum of information but the committee is non functional.
13:00
13:00

Sembabule Doctor Abandons Health Centre for Private Job health centres 1

A doctor hired by Sembabule district to man its main Health Centre Four has opted to work for a private hospital allegedly owned by Sembabule LC 5 Chairperson Dr. Elly Muhumuza.
12:38
12:38

Lango Leaders: New Cabinet Not Favourable

Dokolo County Member of Parliament Felix Okot Ogong, who is also the chairperson Lango Parliamentary Group, describes the new cabinet list as putting new wine in the old bottle.
12:11
12:11

UNRA, KCCA Agree on Nsooba-Lubigi Channel Works northern by-pass 2

The Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) has reached a settlement agreement with Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) on the construction of the Lubigi-Nsooba water drainage channel.
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