Wednesday Dec 4
MPs approve sh1trillion loan for airport upgrade
By Cyprian Musoke and Paul Kiwuuwa Due to increased traffic of bigger air crafts requiring modern facilities, MPs on the physical infrastructure committee have agreed to a request for external funding to upgrade Entebbe and selected airports to international standards.
Wednesday Dec 4
Owino fire: Shops closed, Streets cleared
By Vision Reporter A number of shops in down Kampala remained closed and the streets cleared of the usual business following a Wednesday morning fire that gutted Park - Yard Market for the fourth time.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Ugandan woman deported over commercial sex...
By Vision Reporter ARUA - A Ugandan woman has been beaten up and deported to Uganda after she was found indulging in commercial sex in the South Sudan town of Torit.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Key support for govt's mega housing project
The Government's long-awaited project to construct 6,000 housing units for low income earners will soon take off after it received support from the Water and Sanitation for Africa , a pan-African intergovernmental agency.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Uganda hands over Congolese fighters to UNHCR
By Cecilia Okoth and Raymond Baguma Uganda has handed over 46 Congolese child fighters to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees , according to Government Spokesperson, Ofwono Opondo.
Arua RDC appeals on service delivery...
BY Bako Asihna ARUA- Arua Deputy Resident District Commissioner, Abdul Ajiga has appealed to civil society organizations and local governments to work together to deliver quality services to the communities.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Varsities offer hope to West Nile's poor
West Nile- To many analysts, university education is tailored to serve the interests of the middle class and alienate the poor.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
I am cool and a bit laid back - Alur King Olarker
Ubimu Olarker is the modern, urban monarch who is as comfortable discussing Konshens as he is dissecting economics and development needs of his subjects.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
West Nile power line extension begins
THE Government has started the extension of power from Nyagak Hydro-Power station in Zombo district to other districts in West Nile region.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Know Your Hood: Pakwach, the home of the leopards
One cannot miss the area as its billboard stands tall at the point where Lake Albert join the River Nile, at the modern day bridge it reads, "Welcome to Pakwach town'.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Hope fades as oil companies hit dry wells
After years of casting jealous glances at their oil-rich neighbours and hoping to be like them someday, the hopes of West Nile's oil deposits have unfortunately crashed.
Dutch expert trains butchers on meat handling
By Richard Drasimaku Fred Teekens from the Netherlands Senior Experts Association is undertaking 14-day training for butchers in Arua town aimed at improving the quality of meat products to meet international standards.
Sat Nov 09, 2013
Eat chicken to fight cancer
Chicken soup, chicken stew, chicken chili, chicken breast on salada chicken in almost any form is great for your health-unless you are the chicken of course! In a 2009 FAO study of poultry in five districts of Arua, Kanungu, Lira, Jinja and Tororo, 83 per cent of the respondents were reported to keep chickens followed by goats at 67 per cent.
Angara: The hot cake of Pakwach
It was a few years since I had been to the Arua Bus Terminal. Last week, I had a double reason to go there.