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19:18
19:18

Parliament Begins Debate on NGO Bill 2015 1 4

Janet Museveni, Ruhama County MP, revealed that some NGOs have benefitted a lot from the post-war situation in Northern Uganda and Karamoja sub region but have failed to account for these funds on the ground.
19:09
19:09

Ekanya Attempts Suicide In Parliament Over Districts 5

There was drama in Parliament after Tororo County MP, Geoffrey Ekanya threatened to strangle himself with his necktie over failure by government to consider his area for districts status.
18:38
18:38

Drug Shortage Hits Mityana District mityana hospital 2

An acute drug shortage has hit health facilities in Mityana district, leaving thousands of patients stranded without proper medication.
18:08
18:08

Police to FDC: No Procession In Fort Portal Town fdc factions 1

In a letter to the Kabarole District FDC executive, the area DPC Geoffrey Kaheebwa notes that although Besigye has been cleared to campaign in the municipality, they will not allow any procession because it will disrupt business.
18:03
18:03

Six Ntare Students Arrested Over Strike. ntare school 1

On Tuesday, Natre School Headmaster Jimmy Turyagenda called the six students Tindifayo Yosamu , Tandeka Nelson, Semugabo Ben, Asiimwe Jovan, Byomuhangi Joshua, and Hamdan Faisal to go for their reports but on reaching the school gates police arrested them and charged them of malicious damage at Mbarara central police station.
17:41
17:41

Masaka Man Jailed for 32 Years Over Acid Attack masaka high court

Masaka High Court Judge has sentenced a 23 year old man to 32 years imprisonment for attacking and burning his maternal aunt with acid.
17:24
17:24

Non-Teaching Staff to Government: We Shall Not Bow to Pressure 1 2

Jackson Betihamah, the Chairperson Public Universities Non-Teaching Staff Executive Forum says they have resolved to secure a court order to protect them against intimidation by the authorities in their quest for a pay rise.
17:20
17:20

Secondhand Underwear Protesters At Parliament 6 1

The petitioners, in their demand to Parliament, also want the August House to fast tracking the tabling and passing of a proposed bill titled, Made in Africa Bill, 2015, which seeks to ban the importation of second hand underpants, knickers, brassieres, vests and night dresses.
17:13
17:13

Minister Wants Homosexuals Banned From Adoption in EAC legal guardianship 1 2

The Minister says several people have taken advantage of the loopholes in the adoption and legal guardianship laws to recruit children and youths into homosexuality under the guise of taking care of them.
17:00
17:00

Masaka Diocese Meets Over Bishop Kalanda\'s Death bishop kaggwa 1 3 Top story

Authorities in Catholic Diocese of Masaka have convened for a crisis meeting following the sudden death of Fort Portal retired Bishop Paul Kalanda.
16:21
16:21

Registration Bureau: Aurecon Amei, Africon Ltd Not Registered Entities unra probe 3

In a written letter to the Commission authored by Allen Kagulu on behalf of the Registrar General, Uganda Registration Service Bureau says Aurecon Amei is not a registered entity in Uganda.
16:13
16:13

Tears As Onek Unveils Lwala Girls Monument 2 3

Tears rolled down uncontrollably and emotions went high during the unveiling of monument in memory of over 100 girls abducted by rebels in Lwala Girls Boarding Secondary school in 2003.
15:42
15:42

Ayikoru Re-elected On IAAF Cross Country Committee china 1

Ugandas Beatrice Ayikoru has been re-elected on the Cross Country Committee of the International Association of Athletics Federations IAAF.
15:30
15:30

NRM Threatens to Block Mbabazi\'s Nomination 1 1 Top story

According to Mwesige, the NRM party constitution bars Mbabazi from contesting as independent since he is a registered member of the ruling party.
15:05
15:05

Former Public Service Ministry Officials Remanded to Luzira Prison jimmy lwamafa 1

Jane Abodo, the principal state attorney presented a summary of the case to court saying investigations were complete.
13:24
13:24

Kajura Explains Delay In July Pensions

According to Kajura, the public service ministry submitted pension payrolls for July on July 17th, 10 days to payday of July 28th and is surprised that most pensioners or their survivors havent been paid. This is despite the guidelines provided by the ministry to the decentralized accounting officers.
13:09
13:09

Another Gulu Pastor Caught In Defilement Scandal 1

Ochen who spoke to URN at Gulu Central Police Station blamed his woes on his wife Lucy Adong.
12:33
12:33

Catholic Community Mourns Bishop Paul Kalanda fort portal diocese 1 2 Top story

Paul L. Kalanda served as Bishop of Fort Portal Diocese from 1991 until 2003 when he retired
12:32
12:32

West Nile DP Coordinator Abandons Party to Contest as Independent 1 2

Lemeriga insists that he hasnt defected to any party.
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