NN Children Parliament Calls for Action by Duty Bearers
Chief Child Development officer in the ministry of Gender Harry Satumba, has disclosed that a majority of child marriages in the country are a result of decisions made by the children themselves.
WV Exits Matope AP After 15 Years of Service
World Vision Malawi has phased out its fifteen year activities in Lower Neno where it has managed to transform people’s lives through livestock farming on pass on program, irrigation, health, education and helped child protection.
Neno Goes Two Weeks Without Running Water
ESCOM Uncertain on Faulty Transformers Replacement Dates
People of Kambale trade centre in Neno district and other parts of the country which have ESCOM transformer faults, will have to wait indefinitely as the power utility body is uncertain as to when it will have the transformers delivered to the affected areas.
NN Police Records 2 Deaths in a Day
A man was found hanging dead in a mango tree yesterday in Neno district which police says is a case of suicide.
NICE Drills NN Court Users on Right to Access Justice
In a bid to ensure that people know their right to access justice, The National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) is today drilling Court Users Committee in Neno district on that right with funding from the European Union.
NN DHO Compromises Heath Care During Night Hrs
Patients seeking medical care at Neno district hospital have lamented lack of care by On-Call medical personnel at the facility who are often absent or take hours to attend to patients.
Cut from Essential Public Services for a Year in NN
People of Matope area in Neno South have suffered a major blow since last rainy season when Mtsumuke river bridge was swept away by harsh waters induced by cyclones Ana and Gombe.
49 Year Old Defiler Gets 14 Year Jail Term
A First Grade Magistrate's Court in Neno district has convicted and sentenced a 49-year-old man, Daniel James for defiling and impregnating his 14-year-old step daughter ten times.
Form 4 Bursary Learners in NN Nearly Missed Exams
Some students who were on a bursary called Two Wheels to School in Neno district nearly missed sitting for their Malawi School Certificate of Education examinations yesterday due to unpaid tuition fees.