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17:49
17:49

Environmentalists to Parliament: Reject Kerosene Tax defforestation 1 2

He notes that over 95% of the country’s population especially people in rural areas are dependent on both paraffin and wood fuel for lighting and cooking.
17:30
17:30

Shortage of Health Workers Hinders Pediatric HIV Treatment ministry of health 2

Statistics at the district health department indicate there are more than 800 children infected with HIV. However, only 200 HIV positive children are able to access Anti-retroviral Treatment (ART) in health centres in rural areas. Pediatric care includes testing, counseling and treatment of all children who test HIV-positive.
17:12
17:12

Security Committee Resolves to Try Suspected Armed Robbers in Court Martial 2

Lamwaka says that it is unfair to jail armed robbers for a short time only to return home and start from where they stopped.
16:52
16:52

DP's Nabukenya Sworn in As Luweero MP parliament 1 4

Brenda Nabukenya has been sworn in for the second time as the Luweero Woman Member of Parliament. Nabukenya beat National Resistance Movement candidate Rebecca Balwana Nalwanga and independents Faridah Namubiru and Ramulah Kadaala in the Luweero Woman MP by-election held last month.
16:17
16:17

Nalubaale SSS Closed Over Strke bugiri district

Kikomeko Mwanamoiza, the Bugiri Resident District Commissioner – RDC says the students will only return after police concludes investigations into the cause of the strike.
15:48
15:48

Karuhanga To Challenge Constitutional Court Ruling Over Appeal supreme court 1

Through Professor George Kanyeihamba, a retired Supreme Court judge, Karuhanga asked Justices Sam Kavuma and Augustine Nshimye to excuse themselves from the bench saying they were biased and could not deliver a fair hearing.
15:02
15:02

Three Robbery Suspects Rearrested 1

Catherine Lamwaka, the Gulu Resident District Commissioner says a hunt is still on for the remaining inmates.
14:20
14:20

Local Government Minister Intervenes in Kabale Wrangles 1

In his 5th June letter addressed to the district chairperson and council, Mwesige explains that on 14th July 2000 under Minute 5/2000, Kabale District council approved the purchase of a house to accommodate the LC V chairperson, which was never reversed.
13:22
13:22

500 Couples To Wed As Catholics Celebrate 100 Years In Kitgum 4

Kitgum Vicariate is preparing to hold an historic mass wedding in celebration of the centenary of Catholic faith in the northern Uganda district.
12:18
12:18

Lira Nursing School Gets UGX 1 Billion Hostel

Margaret Okwii, the deputy principal Lira Comprehensive School of nursing and midwifery is excited that government has finally addressed the accommodation problem at the school.
11:38
11:38

Obalanga Massacre Memorial Day Passes Quietly obalanga massacres

Teso leaders have failed to hold this year’s memorial prayers to commemorate the 2003 massacre of civilians in Amuria district.
11:06
11:06

Foot and Mouth Outbreak Reported in Kasese

Dr Godfrey Kalule, the Kasese district veterinary officer says his office is devising means to vaccinate all animals in areas that are not yet affected by the disease.
10:53
10:53

Plan to Restore Kigezi Cooperative Union in the Offing

During the meeting, Karuma said they would start operating at the market lockup as they process a loan of 150 million shillings to construct their union headquarters
10:48
10:48

Kaliro Police Holds Man for Killing His Neighbor 15-Years Ago land disputes

Kanakulya is suspected to have killed Salangamu following a dispute over a three acre piece of land.
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