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Cloud seeding operations to be conducted tomorrow until Sunday – JPBN secretariat
File photo of a cloud seeding operation being carrying out above Bintulu.
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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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Six areas in Sarawak record very unhealthy air quality as of 9am
The reduced visibility due to the worsening haze in Kuching.
Malay Mail:
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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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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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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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Most parts of Sarawak still recording unhealthy air quality
KUCHING: The air quality in Kuching has slightly improved with the Air Pollutant Index (API) reading of 193 as of 11am today compared to 195 an hour before.
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400 in 180 4WD vehicles join Sarawak International 4×4 Jamboree 2019
Abdul Karim (third left), Jack (second left), Dino (second right) posing for a photo with the participants.
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Masing: No compromise in quality despite fast-track implementation of projects
Masing (seated, second left) speaks to reporters during the press conference.
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Contract-signing ceremony to kick off 6 Urda projects
Ismawi (front, left) exchanges the signed documents with Yu, witnessed by Masing (back row, centre) and other dignitaries – (back, from left) Alexander, Chukpai, Liwan, Nanta, Aaron, Ugak and Allan.
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Sarawak yearns for sustainable development
SIBU: Sarawak, which was under the British colonial rule until July 22, 1963, reminiscences the dark moment of the pain in people’s lives which proves the importance and value of independence.
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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.
Malaysiakini:
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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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Sabah CM’s praise for Bakun Dam riles activists
KOTA KINABALU: A Sarawak-based environmental group is unhappy with recent remarks by Sabah Chief Minister Shafie Apdal, in which he appeared to have lauded Sarawak’s controversial Bakun Dam.
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Don't use Bakun dam as an example to build Parpar dam, environmental group tell Sabah govt
KUCHING, July 1 — Save Rivers Sarawak chairman Peter Kallang today said that the Sabah state government should not have cited Bakun dam as being a “beneficial” example over its decision to go ah...
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55 senior govt officers, elected reps attend talk on Kapit transformation plan
Masing (front centre) with the lab participants.
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Heavy rain washes away vital bridge for longhouse folks
The old wooden bridge built by a logging company was washed away on June 3 June after heavy rainfall.
Free Malaysia Today:
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The disappearing art of Sarawak’s sape
KUCHING: From a house in Kuching here come the sweet notes of a song.
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Extreme erosion threat in Sarawak flood aftermath
MIRI: Torrential floods in parts of interior Sarawak over the past few days have caused serious erosion along riverbanks and hillslopes.
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Sudden floods catch many by surprise in S’wak
MIRI: The severity of sudden floods in inte­rior northern and central Sarawak took many of the native folk by surprise.
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Over 1,000 people affected as floods cause damage in Sarawak
MIRI (Sarawak) • Devastating floods have been causing widespread damage in northern and central Sarawak since Wednesday, affecting more than 1,000 people in the east Malaysia state.
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Sarawak floods cause widespread damages; emergency food-aid being deployed
There are widespread damages caused by the devastating floods over the past two days in northern and central Sarawak.The State Disaster Relief Committee, in the meantime, is coordinating the deploymen...
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Sarawak floods cause widespread damage, emergency food aid being deployed
MIRI (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Devastating floods have caused widespread damage in northern and central Sarawak over the past two days.
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Sarawak floods cause widespread damages; emergency food-aid being deployed
MIRI: There are widespread damages caused by the devastating floods over the past two days in northern and central Sarawak.
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Two die while fishing in Bakun Dam reservoir
MIRI: Two avid anglers died while two others were rescued when the boat they were in capsized in the Bakun Dam reservoir in central Sarawak.
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One dead, one missing, two rescued in Bakun Dam boat capsize incident
MIRI: One person has been found drowned, another is still missing while two others were rescued after their boat capsized in the Bakun Dam reservoir in central Sarawak on Sunday (May 12).
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Search going on for victims of boat capsize in Bakun Dam
PETALING JAYA: A search is going on for passengers onboard a passenger boat that was reported to have capsized in the Bakun Dam in central Sarawak.
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Passenger boat capsizes in Bakun, search-and-rescue efforts underway
MIRI: A passenger boat with people on board reportedly capsized Sunday (May 12) in the deep interior of the Bakun Dam in the heart of central Sarawak.
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Police suspect suicide in death of timber contractor in Sarawak
SIBU: Police believe that the timber company contractor who was found dead deep in the jungle in Ulu Sg Melatai, about 175km from Kapit town, died by his own hand.
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161 homeless after another Sarawak longhouse fire
SELANGAU: A fire destroyed a longhouse near here, leaving 161 residents homeless.
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Bleak Gawai for 161 as fire destroys longhouse in Selangau
SIBU: It will be a bleak Gawai for 161 residents of Rumah Umpang, Ulu Bauh Celon in Selangau as their longhouse was totally destroyed in a late night fire on Thursday (April 18).
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Uma Bawang fire leaves over 400 people homeless
BELAGA (April 16): Bintulu Fire and Rescue Department has confirmed that 407 people were left homeless when fire destroyed two blocks of longhouses at the Sungai Asap Resettlement Scheme in Uma Bawa...
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Uma Bawang fire leaves over 400 people homeless
BELAGA (April 16): Bintulu Fire and Rescue Department has confirmed that 407 people were left homeless when fire destroyed two blocks of longhouses at the Sungai Asap Resettlement Scheme in Uma Bawang...
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Uma Bawang fire leaves over 400 people homeless
BELAGA, April 16 — Bintulu Fire and Rescue Department has confirmed that 407 people were left homeless when fire destroyed two blocks of longhouses at the Sungai Asap Resettlement Scheme in Uma Bawa...
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More than 100 made homeless in Sarawak longhouse blaze
BINTULU: More than 100 residents from about 40 families at Uma Bawang in Sungai Asap, Belaga were made homeless when two blocks of longhouses and a church were razed on Monday evening.
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Over 100 made homeless in longhouse blaze
BINTULU: More than 100 residents from about 40 families in Uma Bawang in Sungai Asap, Belaga were made homeless when two blocks of longhouses and a church were razed this evening.
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Long Lawen folk don’t regret refusing to move to Bakun project resettlement site
KUCHING: The Long Lawen community has no regrets about refusing to relocate to the Sungai Asap resettlement site after the Bakun dam was built about 20 years ago.
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Rural air services in East Malaysia to remain a priority, says Mavcom
KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 17): The Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom) is committed to ensuring that the aviation industry in East Malaysia serves the economic needs of the two states.
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Smaller airports to be built to boost rural-to-rural air services in Sarawak, Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: Rural-to rural air travel in Sabah and Sarawak, now at a low of just 2%, will get a boost with plans being drawn up by the Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom) and MASwings. Facilitie...
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Long Pasia among 40 RAS routes in Sabah, Sarawak — Mavcom
KOTA KINABALU (Jan 15): Long Pasia is among the 40 Rural Air Service (RAS) routes to be operated by MASwings under the new Public Service Obligation (PSO) agreement for 2019 to 2024, said Malaysian Av...
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