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Aug 2019 7 results
19:13
19:13

Minister Bahati Pleads With MPs to Approve UGX 415bn Loan for Irrigation loans 3 1

Some of the areas include medium scale Irrigation schemes in Kabarole, Oyam, Kween, Nebbi, Butaleja, and Omoro. Others are small scale Irrigation schemes Arua, Ntoroko, Ibanda, Dokolo, Butambala, Gomba, Rukungiri,Kisoro,Kaabong, Napak,Manafwa among others.
16:18
16:18

Charcoal Prices in Gulu Shoot Up Cereleno Market 1 2 Top story

Concy Aber, a charcoal dealer at Cereleno market in Gulu town attributes the increase in charcoal prices to the reluctance of farmers in the villages to cut down trees.
15:53
15:53

Pictorial; Uganda Airlines First Commercial Flight

The airline, which took off from Entebbe Airport at 6:05 a.m touched down at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport -JKIA at exactly 7 a.m, five minutes ahead of the scheduled landing.
15:14
15:14

Recalling the Hustle and Bustle of Flying Uganda Airlines 1

The website issued to one of our reporters’ multiple reservation bookings which could later be cancelled in the system and the ticket was not issued even after payment is confirmed. We later learnt that 29 other passengers had filed complaints about the technical glitch on the online platform.
12:54
12:54

‘It Is A Story We Want To Tell’- Uganda Airlines First Passengers 1

Businessman Peter Ssenkungu said that he chose to fly Uganda Airlines because he had planned a trip to Nairobi and the airline gave a good bargain. Ssenkungu who travels to Nairobi at least twice a month said that his decision to use the newly revamped national carrier was to give back to his country.
09:10
09:10

Uganda Airlines First Commercial Flight had Eight Passengers On Board 1 Top story

The smooth touch-down was welcomed by the passengers with emphatic applause despite being few in number. Also, while taxing at JKIA, the flight received a water salute, a norm whenever there is a delivery of plane or when an airline is making a maiden flight at a particular airport.
07:50
07:50

Tomato Suppliers in Protest Against Exploitation by Middlemen retailers 1 1 Top story

Paul Kato, a tomato supplier from Wobulenzi told URN in an interview that these middlemen who call themselves giants have blocked them from selling directly to the retailers in Cereleno and Gulu main markets, which is affecting their business.
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