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Nane Nane show in Arusha.

Over 220 large and small-scale businesses will take part in the annual Nane Nane agricultural and livestock products and services show in Arusha from 1-8 August. The majority of participants will be f...
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Arusha braces for BBC filming.

Arusha residents could soon be picking their way past camera crews and over transmission cables if filming of the new British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) comedy drama
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Second St Jude campus opens.

The School of St Jude has officially opened its second campus at Usa River near Mount Kilimanjaro. The new premises, which are already half full, complement the original campus at Moshono in Arusha....
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Project for Arusha flower farmers.

Flower farmers in northern Tanzania are set to benefit from a project to improve the transportation of horticultural products to international markets. Supported by the United States agency for intern...
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Free health care for Arusha street kids.

Street children in Arusha and Moshi municipalities can now access free medical treatment and health care thanks to an initiative of organisations working on their behalf, the
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Moevenpick hotel to open in Arusha.

Tanzania is to get a new Moevenpick hotel under an agreement between the proprietor Taninvest Group and the international hotel management company based in Switzerland. Moevenpick already operates one...
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Street-naming project in Arusha.

Arusha residents could soon have a street address worthy of any major city thanks to a programme of the municipal council and the Tanzania Communications Regulations Authority, the "Arusha Times" repo...
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HIV infection rate falls in Tanzania.

The rate of infection of the AIDS-causing virus HIV in Tanzania has dropped from 7 per cent in 2003 to 5.8 per cent last year, according to national bureau of statistics figures. This translates into...
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Beckham and Bono in Kilimanjaro climb.

English footballer David Beckham and rock star Bono of Irish band U2 are to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in northern Tanzania to raise money for the United Nations
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Power cuts in Arusha to continue.

The weekend power cuts that have plagued Arusha in recent months are to continue indefinitely, Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) has told the
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First African wind farm in Singida.

Towering wind turbines could soon be competing with imposing rock formations on the Singida skyline in central Tanzania if a project to create the first commercial wind farm in sub-Saharan Africa goes...
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Karibu travel and tourism fair in Arusha.

The annual Karibu travel and tourism fair takes place in Arusha from 5-8 June. Jointly organised by the Tanzania Association of Tour Operators, the Tanzania tourist board and the ministry of natural r...
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Over 70 dead in Tanzania mine.

At least 70 mineworkers are thought to have died at Mererani near Arusha in northern Tanzania after heavy rains flooded the mine where they were working. The accident occurred on 29 March but the full...
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My childhood in Accra

I lived in Accra as a young boy from the age of eight until I was 14. My father, a British army warrant officer in the Army Physical Training Corps, was posted to what was then still the Gold Coast fr...
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Arusha-Nairobi road to get overhaul.

The governments of Tanzania and Kenya are to embark on an ambitious project to upgrade the main road connecting Arusha in northern Tanzania to Athi River and Nairobi in Kenya via the Namanga border po...
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New residential area for Arusha.

Terrat and Mkonoo in southern Arusha are set to become new upmarket residential areas according to a report in the
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New East African Community headquarters.

Construction of the new headquarters of the East African Community comprising Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and Burundi is due to begin in Arusha in May. The Tsh22.8 billion facility will go up on...
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African Travel Association congress.

The 33rd annual congress of the African Travel Association (ATA) will take place in Arusha from 19-23 May 2008. Over 500 representatives of the tourism and business communities will explore ways to de...
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Ghana gears up for African Cup of Nations.

On 20 January at 17.00 local time Ghana


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