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Lifestyle: Two suspects arrested after killing of 5 elephants in Tsavo

Two suspects are in police custody over the killing of five elephants in Tsavo West National Park as Kenya Wildlife Service launched a major operation to track the rest of the poachers.

Health: Polio vaccine in Kenya is safe, WHO assures

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged the Catholic Church to drop its call on Kenyans to boycott the polio vaccination campaign saying the vaccine is safe.

The Counties: Two held for killing five elephants in Tsavo National Park

Two suspected poachers have been arrested in Kenya over the killing of five elephants in Tsavo National Park, wildlife authorities said Wednesday.

Magazines: 'Crowdbirthing' trend sees young mums take an average of EIGHT people into the delivery room

It has been revealed that women in their 20s and below are more likely to have an audience when giving birth

Business: Kenya's tax revenues rise to Sh1 trillion in 2014/15 fiscal year

Kenya collected 1.001 trillion shillings ($10 billion) in the fiscal year to end-June, a 3.86 percent increase from the previous year, the Treasury said on Wednesday.

The Counties: Those who married sexually athletic women died early

The sexual behaviour of a woman with ung'oti is di­ erent. She is known to be sexually insatiable,

News: Stop cohabiting, avoid death: Jkuat lass

A female student leader at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) has cautioned students against cohabiting.

: Opposition should now tame their tongues and allow Government to work

Having had keen interest in politics and understanding the Kenyan constitution, I candidly understand the roles of the opposition in government. Their main role is to question the government of the day and hold them accountable to the public, which is tantamount to being the watchdogs over the ruling government

Celeb profiles: #WCW: Kambua Manundu - Striving for the stars, one hit at a time

Not only is she a gospel music hit maker, but Kambua Manundu is also a philanthropist and force to reckon with in the Kenyan music industry.

Kenya: Boinnet orders those operating armoured vehicles to report to police and KRA

Kenyans driving armoured vehicles have been ordered to report to police and the taxman for further action.

: Je, Barak Obama aweza kuleta amani ya kudumu Sudan Kusini?

Kungamano ililosimamiwa na rais Obama pamoja na marais kutoka Kenya, Uganda na Ethiopia na mawakilishi wa Riak Machar na Salva Kir ni nafasi ya mwisho kupata suluhu kwa janga na maafa ya vita vilivyoikumba taifa la Sudan Kusini.

World: Islamic State group supporter in Florida charged with bomb plot

A self-professed Islamic State group supporter in the US state of Florida was charged with attempting to set off a backpack bomb, the FBI said.

: Is Kenyan's love for Obama blinding them from the real issues at the Global Entrepreneur Summit (GES)?

President Obama's recent visit to Kenya left many observers with one big unanswered question. Is Kenyan's love for Obama blinding them from the real issues at the Global Entrepreneur Summit (GES)?

Opinion: When to let go.

All couples argue from time to time, and our experts agree that a bit of conflict is healthy."Couples who never row often have very stale relationships.

Kaimenyi calls urgent meeting to address unrest in schools

Education Ministry has called for urgent meeting with stakeholders to address increasing cases of unrest in schools in the last two months.

Three Al-Shabaab killed, 5 KDF soldiers injured in Basuba, Lamu County

One KDF vehicle was hit by a home-made bomb seven kilometres from Basuba.

We'll overcome Banyana Banyana, says Starlets coach Ouma

Harambee Starlets head coach David Ouma is hopeful that his charges will turn the tables on South Africa’s Banyana Banyana and advance to the final round of the Olympic qualifiers.

Microsoft launches Windows 10 in Kenya

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Wednesday celebrated the launch of Windows 10 in Kenya.

Crown Paints sponsors training on COYA index

Crown Paints donated Sh1 million to train over 200 delegates on Organisational Performance Index.

Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko sues Evans Kidero over drug dealing claims

Mr Sonko had given Dr Kidero a seven-day ultimatum to withdraw and publish an apology in the local press.

Form One student arrested in Isiolo for assaulting teacher

Police were called to calm the situation but some of the students resisted arrest.

Facebook brings Internet.org to Kenya, hurdles abound

Facebook is courting local telcos to bridge the digital divide with a partially free internet in remote places.

Two arrested over killing of five elephants in Tsavo West

A blood-stained axe, sandals and a hacksaw were found in a manyatta where the two were arrested.

Having conquered Europe, Uefa boss Platini targets Fifa

Formerly one of the world's greatest players and currently the most important man in European football, Michel Platini is now targeting the top job in the game.

Chai Sacco to train 200 youth on entrepreneurship

Chai Sacco has embarked on a youth empowerment campaign seeking to train over 200 youth groups in financial management.

Two more directors of Kihiu Mwiri company in Murang'a killed

This brings the number of murdered officials to eight. Four others are missing.

Injury-plagued Abou Diaby joins Marseille

Injury-plagued French international midfielder Abou Diaby, released by Arsenal at the end of last season, has joined Marseille, the Ligue 1 club announced.

Government insists polio vaccine drive to go on despite protest

"We cannot engage in politics which is endangering lives of children."

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