Chopper probe gets one month

THE Government has gazetted the instrument establishing a judicial commission of inquiry into the controversial 1997 purchase of MI 24 helicopters at $6.5m...

Katto denies Saleh bribe

RALLY driver Emmanuel Katto has denied having offerred a US$800,000 BRIBE TO Maj. Gen. Salim Saleh, reports Felix Osike.

Govt to review public holidays

THE Government is reviewing the number of public holidays because they are too many and unproductive, the labour, gender and social development minister,...

Amama Mbabazi advises Col Besigye

State minister for regional cooperation and Kinkizi West MP Amama Mbabazi has advised presidential aspirant Col. (Rtd) Dr. Kiiza Besigye against misunderstanding...

Kabarole to get new districts

THE Cabinet has approved the creation of two new districts in Kabarole, reports Kezio D. Musoke.

Safari services queried

A GROUP of Swedish delegates is disputing the charges of a local travel agency that handled their trip to Uganda between October 28 and November 14, 2000...

Israel trains 15 MiG-21 pilots for Uganda...

ISRAEL has started training 15 Ugandan pilots expected to fly the MiG-21 fighter planes acquired in 1998, reports Yunusu Abbey.

Private media lose petition on licences

THE parliamentary committee on presidential and foreign affairs has ruled that private media stations should continue paying the annual licence fee of...

Discuss ideas, not tribes

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI told the people of Busia last weekend that the nationality of presidential candidate Aggrey Awori should not be an issue.

Dome cafe sued over contract

Internet café has been sued by Universal Trade Management Ltd. (UTML) for breach of contract.


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Safety at 'core' of Boeing, says...

"Safety is at the core of who we are at Boeing, and ensuring safe and reliable travel on our airplanes is an enduring value and our absolute commitment to everyone," Muilenburg said.