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Dar champions future malaria treatment

AN international research team has tabled the first-ever clinical trial findings, demonstrating controlled malaria infection in Tanzania following a study conducted on behalf of other African countries.

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British Gas opposes application on disposal of gas block interests

THE British Gas Tanzania Limited has opposed the application filed by businessman Moto Mabanga to prevent disposal of interests in three disputed gas blocks along offshore in Mtwara.

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Holiday makers appreciate food prices

AS Muslims celebrate Idd el Fitr in Sumbawanga municipality on Wednesday they and others of different faiths are also celebrating low prices of food crops, thanks to the bumper harvests recorded in most parts of the region.

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Iringa man to spend 30 years in jail for raping housemaid

A HERDSMAN at Ipamba Hospital in Iringa Region, Damian Kindole, will remain behind bars 30 years for raping a housemaid. The housemaid was employed by a nurse, working at the hospital.

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Solution to water source woes at Burka sought

The Minister of State in the Vice-President’s Office (Environment), Mr Binilith Mahenge.THE government has stepped into the ongoing scramble for the water source in Burka Coffee Estate area by ordering the Pangani River Basin management to join hands with the Arusha City Council as well as the Regional Land Department to resurvey the controversial area.

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Muslims urged to uphold peace

MUSLIMS in the country have been urged to maintain peace and tranquility for the betterment of national development, solidarity and love.

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Volunteers build school dormitories

Dr Cyril Chami.DUTCH volunteers have camped in Kibosho Division in Moshi for construction work on Kibosho Technical College dormitories.

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Mwanga man arraigned over murder

A MOTORCYCLIST, Hamis Bakari (27), has been arraigned in court here for allegedly murdering one Beatrice Mulula.

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Zanzibar gets closer to achieving MDG5

DESPITE noticeable challenges in the Ministry of Health, Zanzibar has been doing well in as far as achieving the target of reducing maternal mortality ratio as per the Millennium Development Goal five (MDG5), by 2015.

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