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UN findings on poverty inaccurate

KUCHING: Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr James Jemut Masing said the findings by a United Nations (UN) analysis on poverty in Sarawak, and later...

GST anytime better than SST

KUCHING: The Goods and Services Tax (GST) was always the better and efficient taxation system, a former federal minister said. Datuk Seri Dr Wan Junaidi...

Other companies paying; Petronas adamantly ‘stubborn’

BALINGIAN: Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas) has drawn the ire of Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg. The major oil and gas company continues...

Sarawakian cheated by sweet talk

KUCHING: Soo Li Ching, Political Secretary to the Chief Minister of Sarawak blasted MP Stampin, Chong Chieng Jen’s statement as he stated that the...

Anti-rabies mopping up exercise to begin next year

KUCHING: The mopping up exercise to vaccinate dogs which have not been vaccinated during this year state-wide anti-rabies operations and including the targeted removal...

Thumbs-up to marine enforcement unit

KUCHING: The state government’s plan to have its own marine enforcement unit to protect the state’s waters has received the ‘thumbs-up’ from Parti Pesaka...

Law to be amended to modernise ports, services

MUKAH: The Sarawak port law would be amended to upgrade the State’s port and services in order to modernise Sarawak’s ports and enhance their...

Keeping promises and delivering

KUCHING: Malaysian companies undertaking overseas projects have to ensure that they deliver what have been promised to protect the good name of the country. This...

Two million hectares for food crops

KUCHING: Sarawak is targeting to develop two million hectares especially for food crop cultivation. The move, as reiterated by Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas...

Sarawak can kiss its rights goodbye

KUCHING: Santubong Member of Parliament (MP) Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar has once again come out bashing Putrajaya’s insistence on implementing its Village...

Mayor Adam Yii spot check on Taman Tunku

MIRI: Mayor Adam Yii with Councillors and Council staff went on a spot check service in Taman Tunku area despite heavy rain on recently. He...

Putrajaya will collapse without Sarawak’s O&G

KUCHING: The federal government would simply be brought to its knees if not for Sarawak’s oil and gas, which contributed tremendously to federal coffers. Prominent...

Yes, we can have Saralish

KUCHING: Sarawak Patriots Association (SPA) said it was good to learn that Sarawak would be teaching Mathematics and Science in English in primary schools...

Contractor asked to complete upgrading work

KUCHING: SUPP PCB Chief Wilfred Yap during his regular “turun padang” activity to 7th Mile area was recently approached by the business community and...

More donation for SMK St Joseph building

KUCHING: The President  Of Old Josephians Association (OJA) Datuk Dr  Sim Kui Hian handed over the donation to the Chairman Of Board Of Management...

State’s increasing trade with China

KUCHING: Sarawak’s trade with its major trading partner, China, is increasing. It stood at RM18.91 billion last year and represented about 13.1 percent of...

Use social media platforms wisely

SARIKEI: Urban Development and Resources Assistant Minister Datuk Len Talif Salleh has urged youths to use social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and...

Sibu Hospital to get drive-through

SIBU: Sibu Hospital will be the first in the state to be equipped with a drive-through facility for patients to pick up their medicine...

Blinded by love

MIRI: William Shakespeare in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ had this to say about love: “If love be blind, love cannot hit the mark.” In essence Shakespeare...

MA63 steering committee extended till Oct

KUCHING: The steering committee on the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) has been extended until October. The matter was disclosed by Assistant Minister of Law, State-Federal...

Residents told to 
conserve water

KUCHING: Sri Aman residents are urged to conserve water in view of worsening drought which has caused water levels at treatment facilities in the...

Tiong slams Kit Siang’s media control agenda

KUCHING: Iskandar Puteri Member of Parliament, Lim Kit Siang, has shown his true face about controlling information for the masses, said Progressive Democratic Party...

Malaysia Day: Understanding binds us all together, says Wilfred Yap

KUCHING: In conjunction with the celebration of Malaysia Day today, SUPP Public Complaints Bureau (PCB) Chief cum SUPP Kota Sentosa Chairman, Wilfred Yap wishes...

Serba Dinamik — now, a strong force globally

KUCHING: From its humble beginnings in Bintulu way back in 1993, Serba Dinamik Holdings Berhad (SDHB) has achieved many milestones and developed into a...

Distribution water supply for affected residents at Sri Aman

KUCHING: As of yesterday, Sri Aman’s JBALB continues to deliver water to the communities that affected by the drought. The department has ensured that critical...

Fast growing city strays worrying

KUCHING: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg is worried by the growing population of the city’s stray dogs. He said if this trend...

Bintulu Port is ours

KUCHING: Bintulu Port belongs to the state. Why? Because the Sarawak government has its own Port Authorities Ordinance 1961 for the establishment of all...

State DUN nation’s best

KUCHING: The Sarawak State Legislative Assembly (DUN) is one of the best in Malaysia, claimed Negeri Sembilan DUN Speaker Datuk Zulkefly Mohamad Omar. “Sarawak has...

More judges from Borneo needed

KUCHING: More judges from Borneo are needed to sit on the Appellate Court particularly in cases involving NCR land. Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) president Voon...

Cloud seeding done yesterday

KUCHING: The Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia) yesterday afternoon carried out cloud seeding operations in several areas in the state to reduce the effects of...

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