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Hope Place receive van donation

KUCHING: Asteel Group Sdn Bhd yesterday donated a van to Hope Place, a local charitable organisation, as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR)...

Embrace digital economy

KUCHING: Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are urged to embrace the Digital Economy and tap into a bigger customer base through e-commerce and digital...

Mistreated single mother needs help badly

KUCHING: She was left with no choice but to file for divorce when she could no longer tolerate the alleged beatings by her abusive...

Abang Johari: l can assure you Sarawak will not go bankrupt

That is our right. If somebody doesn’t want to pay that is a crime because it is within our law, passed by DUN. Only...

S’wak will stay viable and solvent

KUCHING: The government of Sarawak knows how to manage the state’s economy and it has given assurance that it would not go bankrupt in...

Sarawak records budget surplus for many years

SIBU: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng’s statement which said that Sarawak will go bankrupt in three years’ time if it continues to be ruled...

Lucrative job opportunities for Dayaks

KUCHING: As the Sarawak government is focusing on a digital economy to leapfrog into Industrial 4.0, Dayak students have been assured lucrative job opportunities...

Where did the RM51 billion go?

KUCHING: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng should spend more time reducing Malaysia’s debt and finding a more equitable formula to share the country’s revenue...

Sarawak has surplus 2019 budget

KUCHING: Sarawak does not need to tap into its reserves as it is expected to generate a surplus of RM122 million this year. Sarawak United...

RTP projects progress as scheduled

MIRI: A total 54 rural transformation projects (RTPs) have been implemented for Sibuti electorate. It’s MP Lukanisman Awang Sauni said the RTPs are progressing smoothly...

Change attitude towards cancer

KUCHING: Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development Minister Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah commended the Society for Cancer Advocacy and Awareness Kuching (SCAN)...

Hydrogen buses stalled

KUCHING: Hydrogen-powered buses hoping to make their inaugural run are stalled. The operators are excited about wanting to have these buses on the road...

RM39,500 prize for Sarawak integrity 2019 writing competition

KUCHING: Cash prizes totalling RM39,500 is up for grabs in a writing competition to be held from June 1 until Nov 30. The competition is...

Money cause of most non-Muslim divorces

KUCHING: Malaysia recorded a total of 6,901 divorce cases among non-Muslims last year, with 43 percent or 2,971 cases caused by financial stress. The majority of...

SMC is ours!

SIBU: The Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) is demanding the return of the Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) chairman’s post. All five SUPP branches here want...

SEB uncovers more cases of power tampering

KUCHING: Sarawak Energy’s meter inspection team in Miri has recently discovered more cases of tampered electricity meters. The cases were similar to the ones found...

Hard work is the prerequisite, says assemblyman

KUCHING: Serembu assemblyman Miro Simuh says hard work will be the prerequisite for Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) to retain the Bidayuh-majority seats. “We still need...

Stop the attacks: Liwan

KUCHING: Stop attacking Jabatan Bekalan Air Luar Bandar (JBALB), said Water Supply Assistant Minister Datuk Liwan Lagang. Urging the public to support the three-year-old department,...

The Rainforest in The City 2019 in Kuching this July

KUCHING: Kuching Amphitheater will light up with the Rainforest in the City (RITC) 2019 for 10 days, where immersive installations and music shows will...

Support system to improve elderly’s quality of life

KUCHING: The Ministry of Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development is looking into setting up a support system for senior citizens. Its minister...

Tabloid for better, easier reading

KUCHING: The New Sarawak Tribune made the big switch from broadsheet to tabloid last Sunday. Chief operating officer (COO) Rudi Affendi Khalid, said the new...

Water issues only affected specific areas, says Rural Water Supply Department

BINTULU: Some areas are still facing ‘air lock’ problem and the ‘flushing’ works are being carried out, however, the water pressure to the Rh...

Blast victim wants compensation

KUCHING: A survivor of the CityOne Megamall blast last December intends to seek legal advice on compensation six months after the incident. Nur Hafirdawilla Mohd...

Lower crime rates this festive season

KUCHING: Padawan police see lower crime rates this year in terms of house break-ins and thefts during the festive season when most residents ‘balik...

Redevelopment of KMC flats in the discussion stages, says mayor

KUCHING: Urban renewal to redevelopment of old buildings especially flats which are more than 30 years old has of late become a topic of...

Vision 2030 – let’s do it together: CM

SIBU: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg is banking on the collective responsibility among the GPS component parties to help Sarawak achieved...

Sibu gang robs men after luring them into having sex

KUCHING: Sibu police believe they have smashed a loose gang which lures men into having sex before robbing them. The gang was uncovered after the...

Plan for a modern Kpg Datuk: CM

SIBU: A comprehensive development plan to transform the oldest Malay village in Sibu – Kampung Datuk – into a modern Malay village is almost...

Sarawak expects 6 pct annual growth

KUCHING: Sarawak is confident of achieving an economic growth of six per cent this year and beyond. The growth rate rose from 2.3 per cent...

It takes time to adopt the ‘No Plastic’ culture

KUCHING: Plastic waste is a hazard to the environment as it can take up to decades for it to decompose, polluting our oceans, rivers...

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