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Haze: 809 school in Sarawak ordered to close
KUCHING (Sept 19): A total of 809 schools in 17 districts in Sarawak were ordered to close today, an additional of eight districts compared to yesterday, due to haze.
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Haze: 809 schools in Sarawak ordered to close
KUCHING: A total of 809 schools in 17 districts in Sarawak were ordered to close today, an additional of eight districts compared to yesterday, due to haze.
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Haze forces closure of 809 schools in Sarawak, 205 in Perak
KUCHING - Continuing haze has forced the closure of 809 schools in Sarawak and 205 schools in Perak on Thursday (Sept 19), with air quality still at harmful levels.
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Haze: 809 schools ordered closed due to worsening haze in Sarawak
A total of 809 schools in 17 districts were ordered to close today due to the worsening haze in Sarawak.
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Haze forces 809 schools in Sarawak to close
KUCHING, Sept 19 ― A total of 809 schools in 17 districts in Sarawak were ordered to close today, an additional of eight districts compared to yesterday, due to haze.
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337 schools in Sarawak closed as haze persists
KUCHING (Sept 18): A total of 337 schools in nine districts in Sarawak were closed today due to worsening haze situation.
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Uggah: State Disaster Management Committee mobilising manpower, hardware to extinguish hotspots in Sarawak
Uggah fields questions from reporters when met after the event.
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337 schools in Sarawak closed as haze persists
KUCHING: A total of 337 schools in nine districts in Sarawak were closed today due to worsening haze situation.
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337 schools in Sarawak closed as haze persists
Visibility in many areas have worsened today, and the persistent haze has kept the API reading well over the unhealthy level for weeks now.
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337 schools in Sarawak closed as haze persists
KUCHING (Sept 18): A total of 337 schools in nine districts in Sarawak were closed today due to worsening haze situation.
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337 schools in Sarawak closed as haze persists
KUCHING, Sept 18 — A total of 337 schools in nine districts in Sarawak were closed today due to worsening haze situation.
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More schools closed in Malaysia's Sarawak as haze worsens, 138,384 students affected
MIRI (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The haze situation has worsened in Sarawak and forced 337 schools in nine districts to shut down on Wednesday morning (Sept 18).
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More schools closed in S'wak as haze spreads, 138,384 students affected
MIRI: The haze situation has worsened in Sarawak and forced 337 schools in nine districts to shut down on Wednesday morning (Sept 18).
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Education Ministry keeping close eye on situation
KUCHING: Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik says his ministry is closely monitoring the haze situation in Sarawak, especially after the air quality in Sri Aman reached hazardous levels.
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Sarawak schools close as haze worsens
KUCHING: A total of 298 schools in eight districts in Sarawak have been ordered to close today after the Air Pollutant Index (API) in Sri Aman reached the hazardous level of 365 at 8am.
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Sarawak schools close as haze worsens
KUCHING: A total of 298 schools in eight districts in Sarawak have been ordered to close today after the Air Pollutant Index (API) in Sri Aman reached the hazardous level of 365 at 8am.
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Haze: Sri Aman inches closer to API reading of 400
The API reading in Sri Aman is getting dangerously close to 400 – the highest reading in the country.
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Sarawak schools close as haze worsens
KUCHING, Sept 17 — A total of 298 schools in eight districts in Sarawak have been ordered to close today after the Air Pollutant Index (API) in Sri Aman reached the hazardous level of 365 at 8am.
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Haze shuts 298 schools in Sarawak, Sri Aman hits ‘hazardous’ level
The haze situation worsened in Sarawak, forcing 298 schools in eight districts to shut down on Tuesday morning (Sept 17) and affecting some 128,291 students.The districts hit by very unhealthy air pol...
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Haze shuts 298 schools in Sarawak, 128,291 students affected
MIRI, Malaysia - The haze situation has worsened in Sarawak, forcing 298 schools in eight districts to shut down on Tuesday morning (Sept 17).
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Sarawak closes 298 schools due to haze
MIRI: Sarawak has shut down 298 schools in eight districts this morning due to the haze situation in the state.
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Haze shuts 298 schools in Sarawak, 128,291 students affected
MIRI (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The haze situation has worsened in Sarawak, forcing 298 schools in eight districts to shut down on Tuesday morning (Sept 17).
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Schools close as haze worsens in Kuching with API readings over 200
The haze has affected schools throughout the state, with API levels spiking to 220 – very unhealthy levels- over the weekend.
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Haze shuts 298 schools in S'wak, 128,291 students affected
MIRI: The haze situation has worsened in Sarawak, forcing 298 schools in eight districts to shut down on Tuesday morning (Sept 17).
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Haze forces closure of schools in nine Sarawak districts
KUCHING: Schools in nine districts in Sarawak have been ordered to close due to the worsening haze as at 6pm yesterday.
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Haze forces closure of schools in nine Sarawak districts (Updated)
KUCHING (Sept 10): State deputy education director Abang Mat Ali Abang Masagus said the districts were.
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Sarawak closes 409 schools in state due to haze, but says UPSR to continue
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 — The thick haze blowing across Sarawak has forced the closure of 409 schools in nine districts, of which 347 are at the primary level.
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157,479 students affected by school closures in haze hit Sarawak, UPSR exams conducted smoothly
UPSR candidates don face masks as they sit for the examinations despite the haze and unhealthy air quality levels.
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Unhealthy air quality at 5 spots in Selangor
SHAH ALAM: Five areas in Selangor recorded unhealthy air pollutant index (API) readings as of 10am today.
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409 schools in Sarawak closed due to haze
KUCHING: Some 409 schools in Sarawak have been ordered to close on Tuesday (Sept 10) due to the haze.
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Haze forces closure of schools in eight Sarawak districts
KUCHING (Sept 10): Schools in eight districts in Sarawak have been ordered to close due to the worsening haze as at 6pm yesterday.
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Schools in 8 Sarawak districts forced to close due to haze
Schools in eight districts in Sarawak have been ordered to close due to the worsening haze as at 6pm yesterday.
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Haze forces closure of schools in eight Sarawak districts
KUCHING (Sept 10): Schools in eight districts in Sarawak have been ordered to close due to the worsening haze as at 6pm yesterday.
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PKR MP asks Sarawak DCM to clarify on MACC’s arrests of three senior officers of a land agency
KUCHING, Sept 4 — PKR’s Saratok Member of Parliament Ali Biju today urged Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah to clarify if the arrests of three senior officers and a businessman by the...
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Two suspects arrested for assault
KUCHING: Two male suspects, aged 32 and 39, were arrested to assist police investigation into an assault case.
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LePaPa Hypermarket opens in Serian
Awang Tengah (third right), flanked by Mussen (second right) and Lee, leads the ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of the hypermarket.
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Couple charged with killing their eight-month-old baby in Miri
File photo for illustration purposes MIRI: A couple has been charged with the murder of their eight-month-old baby boy in the Magistrate’s Court here today.
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Couple charged with killing their eight-year-old baby in Miri
File photo for illustration purposes MIRI: A couple has been charged with the murder of their eight-month-old baby boy in the Magistrate’s Court here today.
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Repair works on dilapidated schools to be completed by year’s end, says Sarawak CM
KUCHING, Aug 28 — Repair works on 37 dilapidated schools in Sarawak are expected to be completed by the end of this year, Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg said today.
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Bau cops find stolen 4WD not long after receiving report
KUCHING: A white-coloured four-wheel drive vehicle (4WD) was recovered yesterday, hours after it was reported missing by the owner.
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Singapore interested to buy farm products from Sarawak, says DCM
BAU, Aug 19 — Singapore has indicated its interest to buy farm produce, such tiger prawns, dehydrated Dayak brinjal, guavas and tilapia fish from the state, Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas ...
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Missing soldier Moses’ family meets Mohamad over matters related to search operation
Mohamad (seated, left) in a discussion with Moses’ father in law Michael.
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Two Sarawakian soldiers who disappeared without a trace will continue to receive their salaries, says Mat Sabu
KUCHING, Aug 18 — Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu today explained that the two Sarawakian soldiers, who disappeared while on duty at Pulau Perak, Kedah, last month, will continue to receive their mont...
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Why lack of effort to search for 2 missing soldiers, asks Sarawak activist
KUCHING: Sarawakians are questioning the defence ministry on the lack of effort in the search for two soldiers who went missing while on duty in Pulau Perak, Kedah.
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Missing runner’s brother not giving up on search
Mohd Zahiruddin Hassan is still on the mission to find his younger brother, five months after he went missing while taking part in an outdoor race, Harian Metro reported.
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Teenager burns car, brother, brother-in-law
KUCHING: Two men suffered burn injuries while trying to resolve a squabble over a car between their younger brother and father in Kampung Stenggang, Bau yesterday.
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Angry youth refused use of car sets it on fire in Kuching
KUCHING: Two men suffered burn injuries when a man set fire to a car and a house in Kampung Stenggang, Bau, last night.
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Sarawak teenager burns car, brother, brother-in-law after squabble
KUCHING, Aug 11 — Two men suffered burn injuries while trying to resolve a squabble over a car between their younger brother and father in Kampung Stenggang, Bau yesterday.
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Two men suffer burn injuries when family squabble over car turns fiery at Kampung Stenggang in Bau
The car that was damaged in the incident.
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Families of missing Sarawakian soldiers want search to resume
KUCHING: The family members of two Sarawakian soldiers, missing since July 19, have urged the government to resume the search for them.
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Court to decide Sept 4 on sentence for man from Bau who pleaded guilty to insulting Islam
Alister (right) is escorted to the courtroom during one of his court appearances.
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Families plead with military to resume search for two Sarawak soldiers missing in Kedah
KUCHING, Aug 9 — The families of two soldiers who mysteriously disappeared while on assignment on an island in Kedah last month hope the Armed Forces will resume its aborted search for the two men.
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Forest Dept confiscates lorry transporting unmarked sawn timber
The timber-laden lorry which was intercepted at Simpang Tondong during the SFC operation on Sunday.
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Kpg Badul weekend market set to be another attraction
Harry (left) launches the village logo by putting his signature along the dotted lines.
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Sawn timber worth RM115,800 confiscated from smugglers after 13-hour stakeout by army
The seized sawn timber and the suspects at the location where they were arrested.
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Man charged with murder of tailor whose body was found in luggage
KUCHING: A 28-year-old man, Chong Kong Liang, has been charged with the murder of tailor Wong Sie Tuang at the Bau magistrate’s court today.
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Man charged with murder of tailor whose body was found in luggage in Bau
Chong Kong Liang leaving the Bau Magistrate Court this morning.
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Search for two missing S’wakian soldiers temporarily suspended
Mohamad (centre) lays a brick as a symbolic when inspecting the sites of the RKAT and armed forces clinic and dental clinic that are being upgraded during his official visit to the Penrissen Camp toda...
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MAF suspends search for two missing soldiers
KUCHING: The Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) has suspended the search for two Sarawakian soldiers who went missing while on duty in Pulau Perak, Kedah, on July 19.
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Search for two missing S’wakians soldiers temporarily suspended
Mohamad (centre) lays a brick as a symbolic when inspecting the site of the RKAT and armed forces clinic and dental clinic that will be upgraded during his official visit to the Penrissen Camp today.
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Fairy Cave, rock climbing attraction for extreme sports enthusiasts in Sarawak
Extreme sports enthusiasts are seen climbing the rock structure of Fairy Cave located in Krokong, Bau, about 30 kilometres from Kuching.
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Wanted: Police searching for 43-year-old man in connection to luggage murder case
Wong Chong Ming KUCHING: The Bau District Police have identified Wong Chong Ming, 43, as a person of interest as they investigate the murder of tailor Wong Sie Tuang, whose body was found in a locked...
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Body in luggage: Remand for 58-year-old suspect extended until Aug 1
KUCHING: The Bau Magistrate’s Court has extended the remand order for the 56-year-old female suspect to assist in police investigation into the murder of tailor Wong Sie Tuang.
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Police extend remand for 28-year-old suspect in luggage murder case
The man is escorted by police at the Magistrate’s Court in Bau.
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Sarawak govt willing to offer assistance to families of missing soldiers
KUCHING: The Sarawak government is prepared to assist the families of the two Malaysian soldiers from the state who have been reported missing while on duty in Pulau Perak, Kedah, since last Friday (J...
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Body in luggage: Mobile phone of murder victim found in drain
Bomba divers managed to find the mobile phone after a two-day search in a drain at Lorong Chawan 12.  KUCHING: The mobile phone of a man whose body was found inside a locked piece of luggage has bee...
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Police bust 21 suspected drug addicts in large scale raids in Bau
The drugs – believed to be methamphetamine – that were seized in the raids.
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Bomba divers scour Lorong Chawan monsoon drain for evidence in murder case (Video)
KUCHING: A team from the Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) Batu Lintang station is conducting an operation to help the police to look for evidence in a murder case after a dead body was found inside...
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Bomba divers assist police in looking for evidence in murder case
KUCHING: A team from the Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) Batu Lintang station is conducting an operation to help the police to look for evidence in a murder case involving a man who was found dead...
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Body in luggage: Police arrest second suspect
The body found in a piece of luggage at Kampung Pangkalan Baik, Bau.
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Body in luggage: Police arrest 56-year-old female suspect
The body found in a piece of luggage at Kampung Pangkalan Baik, Bau.
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Body in luggage: Police arrest second suspect in connection with case
The body found in a piece of luggage at Kampung Pangkalan Baik, Bau.
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Man found dead in front of temple at Siniawan
The man was found unconscious in front of a temple at Siniawan, and was later declared dead by medical personnel.
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Body in luggage: Police arrest 28-year-old in connection with case
KUCHING: A 28-year-old man has been arrested as a person of interest following the discovery of a dead body inside a locked piece of luggage underneath a bridge at Kampung Pangkalan Baik, Bau on Frida...
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Identity of body in luggage believed to be tailor operating at Tun Jugah Mall
The body found in a piece of luggage at Kampung Pangkalan Baik, Bau is believed to belong to a tailor.
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Uggah: Six new areas in Sarawak declared as rabies infected
KUCHING, July 13 – Six new areas in Sarawak have been declared as rabies-infected areas, bringing to 63 the total number of areas declared as such since 2017.
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More roads in Bau to be named after late assemblymen — Miro
Henry unveils the road sign for the newly-named Jalan Dr Patau Rubis.
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STAR delighted with road named after late Dr Patau
Sean (second left) with Soo (centre) and others pose at the road sign of the newly-named Jalan Dr Patau Rubis.
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Road in Bau named after Star founder Dr Patau Rubis
Sean (second left) with Soo (centre) and (from left) Alim, Salam and Voon pose at the location of the new road.
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Sarawak bodybuilding community mourns loss of champ Wilfred Harding Jiee
Wilfred (centre) wins the Mr Boulevard Kuching competition in 2015.
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One of two puppies who bit two kids had rabies; search ongoing for other pup
KUCHING: One of two puppies which recently bit two children from Tasik Biru in Bau near here has tested positive for rabies.
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Rabies-infected puppy on the loose in Tasik Biru after biting two children
A photo of the puppies provided by the department.
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Glorifying Bakun to promote Papar
LETTER | Shafie Apdal's recent statement saying that “Sarawak is reaping the benefit” from the controversial Bakun dam is a lopsided remark.
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Sarawak group to look into influx of people from western Asia
KUCHING: A Sarawak civic organisation is working on a study into the rising number of foreigners found in semi-rural areas of the state, while expressing its concerns about the impact of such an influ...
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Eight samples test positive for rabies
KUCHING: Eight of the 20 samples received by the State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (SVDL) in the first week of this month have tested positive for rabies.
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Rabies: 40 pct of samples tested positive for disease, vaccination a must for pets
A DVSS personnel (left) injects a pet dog with the rabies vaccine during a previous mass vaccination exercise.
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4WD found abandoned by roadside one hour after it was reported stolen
The 4WD was brought to the Bau district police headquarters to facilitate investigation.
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Statewide anti-rabies ops to go on, says Uggah
Uggah (centre) chairs the committee meeting.
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Uggah: Anti-rabies operation in Serian and Simunjan June 20-25
KUCHING, June 12 — The next phase of an anti-rabies operation will be carried out simultaneously in Serian and Simunjan districts from June 20 to 25.
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Anti-rabies ops to be conducted in Serian, Simunjan next week
KUCHING: The next phase of the anti-rabies operations in Sarawak will be carried out in Serian and Simunjan districts starting next week.
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Endangered eagles, slow loris rescued; turtles eggs seized in wildlife raids
MIRI: The Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) has rescued two endangered eagles and a slow loris, also seizing dozens of turtle eggs.
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Sarawak banks on durian, pineapples, bananas, coconuts as new cash crops
KUCHING, May 9 — The state Ministry Of Agriculture, Native Land And Regional Development is focusing on durian, pineapple, banana and coconut as the chosen fruit crops to help meet Sarawak’s goal ...
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Sorry for failing to get Putrajaya to spend on Sarawak, says state tourism minister
KUCHING, May 7 — Sarawak Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah issued an apology in the state legislative assembly today after the Pakatan Harapan (PH) fe...
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Sarawak lawmaker wants free flow of Indonesian traders into border village stemmed
KUCHING, May 2 — A Sarawak state lawmaker today called on the federal government to tighten security at the border village of Serikin in Bau district to prevent Indonesian traders from freely plying...
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Steven Seagal: I'd definitely consider shooting a movie in Sarawak
KUCHING (Bernama): Hollywood action star Steven Seagal left behind a trail of awe-struck fans when he made a special visit to the old town of Siniawan in Bau near here on Sunday (April 28).
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CIMB allocates extra RM400m for IT, bank ops in 2019
KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Bank Bhd says it will be more aggressive in investing in information and technology (IT) and bank operations in the 2019 financial year (FY19), allocating an additional RM400 million on top of its business-as-usual (BAU) allocation valued at RM500 million.
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CIMB Group allocates RM900m capex for FY19
KUALA LUMPUR (April 22): CIMB Group Holdings Bhd is allotting RM900 million capital expenditure (capex) for the financial year ending Dec 31, 2019 (FY19), which will be used to enhance its information...
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CIMB allocates extra RM400m for IT, bank operations in FY19
KUALA LUMPUR, April 22 — CIMB Bank Bhd says it will be more aggressive in investing in information and technology (IT) and bank operations in the 2019 financial year (FY19), allocating an addition...
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Malakoff says fire at Tanjung Bin energy power plant doesn’t affect operations
KUALA LUMPUR: Malakoff Corporation Bhd says a fire that occurred on April 22, 2019 at about 6 am at the Tanjung Bin Energy Power Plant (TBE) in Pontian, Johor was an isolated incident which involves only the belt conveyor that carries coal to the power plant and does not affect the 1,000MW power plant itself.
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Fed Govt contributes RM9.3m for anti-rabies operation in Sarawak
KUCHING, March 14 — The Pakatan Harapan federal government has contributed RM9.3 million for the ongoing anti-rabies operation in Sarawak, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas...
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