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Will ban on endangered tree species work?

2018-02-20T23:00:00Z

Government has suspended cutting, transportation and sale of shea nut and Afzelia africana tree logs



Pupils stranded as officials close schools

2018-02-20T23:00:00Z

The schools were closed on Monday during an operation conducted by the district leadership in conjunction with the police



Parents arrested over low pupil turnout

2018-02-20T23:00:00Z

Parents told to send their children to school or risk being arrested, paying a fine or community service



Sub-county residents draft by-law to protect wetlands

2018-02-20T23:00:00Z

In Otuke, many wetlands have been encroached on by residents seeking land for agriculture



Nebbi voters put EC on notice over delayed polls

2018-02-20T23:00:00Z

Nebbi Town Council was granted municipality status about three years ago but elections of new municipal leaders have never been held



Woman arrested for killing own father in attempt to rescue mother

2018-02-20T19:14:54Z

The incident happened as the girl attempted to intervene in a fight between her parents



Tanga, Lumumba clash over sacking of 364 NRM officials

2018-02-20T16:08:41Z

Ms Lumumba said NRM which has been employing 372 workers will retain only eight of the workers



How terrorists raise money to hit targets

2018-02-20T14:37:05Z

According to the financial intelligence report, some of the means of revenue generation for terrorists are drug trafficking, extortion and trading in precious metals



Unra fines truck owners Shs2b for overloading

2018-02-20T14:20:28Z

Unra’s media relations manager Allan Ssempebwa told Daily Monitor on Monday that two trucks bound for DR Congo were impounded at their Mubende weighbridge station



Kayihura briefs journalists on national security

2018-02-20T13:27:18Z

Two of the deceased were tourists while the others were on business visits



Appetite for nice wheels rides NRM boss to self-destruction

2018-02-20T12:14:59Z

Mbale NRM vice person Muhammad Gusaga has been arrested for exchanging a house built for him by the party for luxury vehicles



Besigye no show at court, magistrate issues criminal summons

2018-02-20T10:10:41Z

Charges of murder had initially been slapped against Besigye and co-accused following the death of a protester who was shot during protests in Rukungiri stadium on October 19



New take on real-life hijack drama in '7 Days in Entebbe'

2018-02-20T09:28:40Z

After a refuelling stop in Muammar Gaddafi's Libya, they headed to Entebbe, Uganda, then ruled by brutal dictator Idi Amin



Lt Gen Joram Mugume appointed NEC board chair

2018-02-20T08:48:54Z

NEC is the business arm of the army and since its incorporation in 1989, it has operated without a substantive board.



Hearing of detained ASP Kirumira case flops over missing court member

2018-02-20T08:10:05Z

Kirumira was expected to be in police court today for further hearing of the charges against him






UNEB to release UACE results tomorrow

2018-02-20T07:44:16Z

The 2017 Senior Six exam results are set to be released tomorrow



I was blindfolded for four months, says detained journalist Bakka

2018-02-20T07:28:55Z

Rev Isaac Bakka was allegedly blindfolded from his first day of abduction until Wednesday last week when he was taken to Kireka Police Station



Police stuck with arrested radio presenter

2018-02-20T06:44:55Z

Police preferred charges of publication of false news against him



Woman stabs husband for forcefully demanding sex

2018-02-20T05:49:05Z

The wife had allegedly denied sex to his husband for close to a year



URA targets ivory, instead seizes 1,000kgs of cow horns

2018-02-20T05:29:42Z

URA officials impounded a forty feet container with 600 sacks of cattle horns weighing 1280 kilograms suspected to be ivory



Citizen petitions court over exclusion of prisoners from voting

2018-02-20T04:27:06Z

The petitioner in his suit also challenges the EC's exclusion of Ugandans living in diaspora from voting



Journalist Bakka in bad health – wife

2018-02-20T04:17:34Z

Veteran journalist, Rev Isaac Bakka, who was arrested four months ago is in bad health, his wife Ms Sylvia Nalubowa has revealed



Landslide survivors ask govt to re-open closed schools

2018-02-19T23:59:00Z

The residents say they walk long distances to access both education and health services



Water shortage hits Mbale Town

2018-02-19T23:46:00Z

When I sent my children to fetch water at the well, they spent a day in the queue and they returned with only two jerrycans of 20 litres