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Yap checks on upgrading of drains in Kota Sentosa

KUCHING: SUPP PCB Chief cum Kota Sentosa Branch Chairman, Wilfred Yap during his regular “turun padang” activity to 7th Mile area is frequently approached by...

Review decision, says Batu Lintang rep

KUCHING: Batu Lintang assemblyman See Chee How has called for a review of the July 22 decision to discontinue Sarawak Special Committee on Citizenship...

Ensure party remains relevant: Nogeh

BINTULU: Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) Women and Youth wings must play active roles to strengthen the party and ensure it remains relevant in the...

Bad and a huge mistake, says Lo

KUCHING: Batu Kitang assemblyman Lo Khere Chiang said the discontinuation of Sarawak Special Committee on Citizenship was absurd and should not have been done. He...

Train technology is welcome, says Minos

KUCHING: The train technology for urban transportation will definitely solve Samarahan’s infamous traffic jam problems. Kota Samarahan Municipal Council (MPKS) chairman Datuk Peter Minos said...

Strays: DBKU gets one, loses another

KUCHING: Three traps set up, but all Kuching North City Commission (DBKU) had for the effort is just one dog. It could have been two...

Fatimah praises cancer advocacy society

KUCHING: The Society for Cancer Advocacy and Awareness Kuching (SCAN) was honoured by Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development Minister Datuk Seri...

Yong interns at tourism ministry

KUCHING: The Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Ministry welcomes more members of the State Legislative Assembly (DUN) to become interns there to gain...

More chartered flights for S’wak

KUCHING: The federal government is committed to encourage more chartered flights to Sarawak in line with the objectives of Visit Malaysia 2020 (VM2020) campaign. Secretary-general...

FAMA fest: A way to increase income of locals

KUCHING: Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah yesterday launched the two-day FAMA Sarawak agricultural food fest at the compound of the old DUN...

ART may reduce cost of city’s rapid transit system

KUCHING: With the implementation of the urban transportation solution for greater Kuching now almost definite, the Sarawak government is exploring the options of employing...

Paying RM350m to get RM350m

SERIAN: The state government has no problem paying the federal government RM350 million. “Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Tun Openg has agreed to pay and...

Preparing for ageing population in Sarawak

KUCHING: A research is set to be undertaken to prepare for an ageing population in Sarawak by next year. Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and...

Public holiday

KUCHING: Private sector employers must comply with the provisions for employees who are required to work on gazetted public holidays. The Department of Labour Sarawak,...

Remember our past leaders: Len

SARIKEI: Urban Planning, Land Administration and Environment Assistant Minister Datuk Len Talif Salleh (pic) reminded the people not to forget the contribution of past...

Sarawakians must know about Sarawak Day: CM

KUCHING: July 22 is a historical day that must be known by all Sarawakians especially on the events leading to the day Sarawak was...

Remember the date, July 22

MIRI: July 22 is the date that all Sarawakians should not forget. “It symbolises our freedom,” said Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) secretary-general Datuk Sebastian...

Owners receive titles to their NCR land

KAPIT: Eighty-three native customary rights (NCR) owners of land from Sipan/Sesawa in Song district received their individual land title issued by Land and Survey...

Automatic registration saves resources: Voon

KUCHING: The automatic registration of voters will significantly save on manpower and resources, said Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Women national vice president Voon Shiak...

No new evidence, no probe on Taib

KUCHING: There are no evidence and new facts that could enable the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to investigate any alleged wrongdoing by Sarawak Governor...

Father of child with heart condition appeals for help

SRI AMAN: Kamazatul Alia Kamri needs RM100,000 to cover the costs of follow-up treatment.     The seven-year-old suffers from chronic heart problem (dextrocardia) since birth. Kamazatul Alia’s...

Man with colon disease seeks help

KUCHING: Hope of Place Kuching (Hope Kuching) has appealed to generous donors to come forward to provide assistance to 54-year-old Bujang Amid, who is...

4 ½ Mile Interchange to be completed by Oct 2020

KUCHING: Construction of the 250m long Mile 4 ½ Interchange along Kuching – Serian Road (KSR) is expected to be completed by October 2020. According...

Don’t spread fake news, people advised

SRI AMAN: Avoid spreading fake news as this may lead to conflict, said Community Wellbeing Assistant Minister Datuk Francis Harden Hollis. The advice was given...

Cheated and dumped near cemetery

KUCHING: A villager who went to buy vegetables in Bau wet market was cheated by three persons of her gold jewellery. After that, they abandoned her...

Change in Flying Doctor schedules

KUCHING: There will be a slight change to the Flying Doctor service schedules this month in Miri. The state Health Department said there are 11...

18 — is it the right move?

KUCHING: As the country debates lowering the voting age from 21 to 18, Malaysians are wondering if the move is a step in the...

Hot weather pushes up vegetable prices

KUCHING: Weeks of hot and dry weather have taken its toll on local vegetable growers. Wholesale and Distributors Association for Kuching and Samarahan Divisions president...

Sarawak to proceed with infrastructure development in Matu

MUKAH: Sarawak will proceed with the infrastructure projects in Matu to ensure that the district would not be left behind in development. Chief Minister Datuk...

Preserve unity, Sarawakians told

KUCHING: Head of State Tun Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said the spirit of togetherness in a multiracial society must be preserved and continued...

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