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Wednesday's news in pictures

In today's pictorial, we have pictures from the mass immunisation campaign taking place in schools all over the country, the land probe commission, and...

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The decline in insect populations worry East...

The national environment agency – NEMA says the major reasons why the southwestern region and other regions in Uganda no longer receive grasshoppers in...

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NEMA seeks comments on oil pipeline report...

The East African Crude Pipeline will traverse ten districts in Uganda; Hoima, Kikuube, Kakumiro, Kyankwanzi, Gomba, Mubende, Lwengo, Ssembabule, Kyotera...

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Govt advised on refugee resettlement

The advice was given by the National Forestry Authority (NFA) coordinator Stephen Galima during the launch of videos by Refugees Law Project on rampant...

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Notice from National Environment Management...


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Public hearings for Kingfisher oil project...

The oil companies plan to set up a number of facilities in Buhuka parish in Kikuube to extract oil from the Kingfisher fields

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World Environment Day: NEMA

International theme: “Air Pollution” Local theme: “Fight Air Pollution to Protect Human Health and Environment”

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Hearings on Kingfisher oil project to start...

The Kingfisher project is part of the wider oil development projects being undertaken in the Albertine Graben to facilitate oil production

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Government to resettle 48 evicted villages...

The exercise will pave way for resettlement of 48 villages that were evicted by National Forestry Authority in 1998, the authority said.

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Notice from NEMA

Invitation for comments on the Esia report for the kingfishier development project in the districts of Kikuube and Hoima


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When mobile phones came to Uganda...

President Yoweri Museveni encouraged other investors to emulate Celtel and “invest in the future of Uganda”.