Friday Mar 14
US journalist suffered heat stroke in Arua...
A US journalist who collapsed and on duty and later died in Arua district on Sunday suffered a heat stroke, according to his wife.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
American journalist tracking the Nile dies
ARUA. An American tourists, also a journalist tracking the source of River Nile on foot, has died in Arua.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Farmers start bid to petition Speaker over tobacco Bill
Tobacco farmers in Bunyoro, West Nile and northern regions have launched a campaign to collect signatures among families whose livelihoods depend on the crop to petition the Speaker of Parliament, Ms Rebecca Kadaga and the government following the tabling of the Tobacco Control Bill.
14-year-old girl struggles with a heart condition
Unfortunately, Chance has not gone back for review due to financial constraints.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Northern Uganda Emerges From Kony Threat to Attract Oil Projects
Northern Uganda's return to peace following a 20-year rebellion by Joseph Kony 's Lord's Resistance Army is spurring investment in oil exploration, electricity production and railways.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
MP denied award over anti-gays law
American group cancels prize, citing scheduling conflict, days after awardee and Arua Woman MP, told them she is fine with the anti-gay law.
National census: Residents to block exercise over borders
Youth from Moyo District, armed with bows and arrows, prepare to attack their counterparts in Yumbe over land disputes.
Rated Next regional talent search ends in Jinja...
The joy of making it through is what these two successful contestants felt they had to smile about.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Dozens held as police recover 34 stolen bodas
Mr Suwed said the group took advantage of the population by using their agents in different districts to sell the motorcycles without detailed information Lira- Police have arrested 20 people on suspicion they may have stolen 34 motorcycles which were recovered in Lira Town in an operation conducted last week.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
The hidden emergency: South Sudan's refugees in Uganda
One of the most vulnerable households that will receive support from CARE - a group of four young boys, two of them brothers, who fled from South Sudan and met on their way to Uganda.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Arua's Ajedra lives ,speaks farming
Vision Group, in partnership with dfcu Bank, the Netherlands Embassy in Uganda and KLM Airlines, is searching for Uganda's best farmers.
CAA wants tax exemption on firefighting equipment
By Joel Ogwang The Civil Aviation Authority has requested the Uganda Revenue Authority to exempt it from paying taxes on firefighting trucks and other non-commercial aviation equipment.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
What it means to give birth to twins in a refugee camp
The mother of the twins, Ms Hanan Elly, being given one of her babies at Rhino Camp Refugee Settlement in Arua District.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
West Nile residents complain of prolonged power shortage
By Bosco King The West Nile is facing power shortages following the breakdown of the second turbine at Nyagiki power station in November 2013.