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Ensuring a sustainable coastal water supply

2 weeks ago - 31 December 2018 | Local News

Leandrea Louw - A governmental technical committee has shot down a proposal by the Erongo Water Forum (EWF) to acquire the current Areva desalination plant or to construct a new one with distribution pipelines to...

Amnesty period approved

3 weeks ago - 24 December 2018 | Local News

Leandrea Louw - The Walvis Bay municipality has announced an amnesty period effective from 1 December to 31 May next year for the settlement of debts and writing off accumulated interest. The announcement was...

Green Valley on its way

3 weeks ago - 24 December 2018 | Local News

Otis Finck - Affordable housing aimed at low maintenance and infrastructure projects in Walvis Bay have received great attention over the past few years. Topping the list is the progress around the planning of Farm...

#2minutecleanup campaign

3 weeks ago - 24 December 2018 | Local News

The NBCA, which consists of Coca-Cola Namibia Bottling Company, Ohlthaver & List, Namibia Breweries, Namibia Dairies, Plastic Packaging and Rent-a-Drum, will this festive season launch a clean-up campaign at the coast and in the north...

Walvis Bay mayor re-elected

1 month - 17 December 2018 | Local News

Leandrea Louw- Alderman Immanuel Wilfred was re-elected as the mayor of Walvis Bay, while deputy mayor Penelope Martin also retains her position as deputy mayor for 2019.Lilo Nilenge was elected as the chairperson of the...

Zero tolerance for traffic law infringements

1 month - 17 December 2018 | Local News

Leandrea Louw - Commissioner Andreas Nelumbu, regional commander of the police force, said the police will have a zero tolerance approach when it comes to...

Helping hands reach out to elderly

1 month - 17 December 2018 | Local News

Otis Finck - The St Petrus Helping Hands group treated more than 30 elderly persons and vulnerable children to a scrumptious meal and handed out...

WE REGIONAL NEWS

1 month - 17 December 2018 | Local News

In this week’s edition of Windhoek Express, we report on Simba, a Jack Russel that belongs to Morne and Liesie du Plessis that killed a...

Coastal town welcomes CEO

1 month - 10 December 2018 | Local News

The new CEO of Swakopmund, Archie Benjamin, was officially introduced to municipal staff on Monday.Speaking at the occasion Benjamin said he was looking forward...

Second oldest newspaper turns 60

1 month - 10 December 2018 | Local News

Namibia’s second oldest newspaper, the Namib Times, celebrated its 60th birthday on 5 December. The first edition hit the streets of Swakopmund and Walvis Bay...

Charity surprises elderly

1 month - 10 December 2018 | Local News

The Janet Martin Charity Foundation (JMCF) treated more than 300 senior citizens and a group of vulnerable children to a meal, beverages and gift packs...

A clean Walvis Bay for the ­festive season

1 month - 03 December 2018 | Local News

A group of Narraville residents recently took it upon themselves to clean the suburb's police station. Stanley Bauman, a local community activist who came up...

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Grumpy’s fishing report

1 month - 03 December 2018 | Local News

Grumpy Gramowsky, Outdoor CentreWith a sigh of relief I can give a better report of nice fish that were caught during the course of the...

Feed a Paw condemns dog...

1 month - 26 November 2018 | Local News

Leandrea Louw Madelaine Strydom; Feed a Paw founder; "I really wish for a response group to be established to curb the slaughtering and abuse...

Postpartum depression main cause of...

1 month - 26 November 2018 | Local News

Adolf KaureThere are many reasons which could trigger a mother to abandon her newborn baby. Postpartum depression however counts as one of the main...

Impact of plastic bags highlighted...

1 month - 26 November 2018 | Local News

The Otto Herrigel Environmental Trust in collaboration with the University of Namibia Environmental Fisheries Society (UNEFS) embarked on an awareness raising campaign emphasising the destructive...

WE REGIONAL NEWS

1 month - 26 November 2018 | Local News

Windhoek Express visited Gobabis earlier this week and one of the touching stories shared from there, is of the Animal Rescue organisation that not only...

N$ 1,1 million water tower...

1 month - 19 November 2018 | Local News

The Erongo regional council has approved the construction of a new water tower for Wlotzkasbaken to the tune of N$1 134 364 at its recently...

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