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Parents banned from sports day ‘in case children get stressed’

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International education league tables 'are misleading'

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inspired at Cambridge University

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Harvard don warns over future of British universities

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Government parenting advice is 'corrosive and harmful'

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Exam technique- a little help to make the grade

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Cult of the school uniform

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Crowded classes increase 52pc in a year

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News

Coffee price boom extends to 2015

Kenya’s premium coffee looks set to stretch its good run to 2015 after registering six per cent sales growth in the last four auctions. During last week’s auction at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE), grade AA, Kenya’s best variety, fetched Sh25,935 ($285)

Police Search Mortuary For Aine’s Body

Relatives insist-Aine dead Uganda Police had done a thorough search at the KCCA Mortuary looking for the body of Christopher Aine, the head of Go Forward Presidential hopeful Amama Mbabazi. This followed a report by the local tabloid, which carries photographs of a body that looked like Aine’s.

GEN KAYIHURA VOWS ON BUNDIBUGYO CONFLICT

The inspector general of police Gen. Kale Kayihura says police will not heed to the pressure and lectures from foreign agencies over the over security in the country. Kayihura maintains that police is able to revert organized crimes and will continue with its vigilance a spectrum of threats that have been contained. The Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura has

UGANDA YOUNG DEMOCRATS CHARGED OVER SUPPORTING TRUMP

Two members of the Uganda young democrats, UYD have this evening been charged and released on bail at the Makindye chief Magistrates court.

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CHRISTMAS: PRICES UPSWING, KAMPALA GETS MAD

COMMODITY prices in Kampala have swung up, following the massive shopping spree in the city. Kampala is apparently crowded with revelers doing shopping of all sorts of items, from food stuffs, decorations, clothing, fruits and all other stuff. Areas of down town including Mini Price, Nakivubo road, Nabugabo road, the old and new Taxi Parks

GOVERNMENT LOBBIES WORLD BANK ON HOUSING MORTGAGE

Government is negotiating with the World Bank to introduce Housing Mortgage facility as a way to promote a progressive housing and urban development plan for major cities and municipalities in the Country. This follows a plea by the World Bank to Government to improve housing facilities especially in urban Centers.

FOUR SHOT DEAD IN MUKONO

Four people have been shot dead in Mukono, and scores injured when gun men raided a Mobile Money Kiosk in Nabuti trading center.

The thugs opened fire to the crowds at about 9pm killing

MAKERERE DONS CALL OFF STRIKE

The Makerere University Academic Staff Association (MUASA) has finally succumbed to pressure and called off the sit down strike that has lasted for over a month. This decision was reached at during a heated meeting that sat on Tuesday in the senate conference hall.

GABON ELECTION VIOLENCE

Violence has broken out in the Gabonese capital Libreville after President Ali Bongo was declared winner of Saturday's presidential election.

Opposition candidate Jean Ping said two people had been killed and many