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Four remanded for burning charcoal from a...

Upon conviction, the accused will be liable to a fine not exceeding fifty currency points (about sh1m) or a jail term of five years.

Buvuma and Bukwo districts get new ferry...

The ferry that will navigate the route from Kiyindi in Buikwe District to Buvuma in Buvuma District will be launched on Friday according to the road’s...

Jinja recovered COVID-19 patient declines...

Dr Florence Tugumisirize, the hospital director announced that the patient who is a resident of Buikwe district got his final results on Thursday midnight....

Fishermen in Buikwe cautioned about coronavirus...

Medical experts from St John Ambulance Uganda made the call as they camped at Busana Landing Site in Buikwe.

Expectant mothers warned against Traditional...

The warning was given by specialists from St. John Ambulance Uganda during a health camp at Mutembe Landing Site, Nyenga sub-county in Buikwe district....

Museveni meets Busoga sugarcane farmers

Museveni said he had held discussions with Kenya’s president Uhuru Kenyatta and Tanzania’s John Magufuli about the possibility of taking Uganda’s sugar...

Hundreds at Busana landing site get free...

Specialists urged pregnant mothers to always use authorised health facilities but not traditional attendants.

One dead,13 survive Mabra accident

One person died while 13 escaped death in a motor accident that occurred in Mabira forest along Jinja-Kampala highway in Buikwe district.

Plight caused by lack of toilets at Busana...

The residents did not have a single toilet, resorting to open defecation on the shores and in the lake.

Maternal health still a challenge on Lake...

Nabagala four months back delivered her daughter Sarah Aliya along the road at night. She was caught up in severe labor pain on her way to Kategula health...

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