Topic: Douglas Uggah
Uggah and Jabu chat briefly at the Kuching High Court.
KUCHING: The next phase of the anti-rabies operations in Sarawak will be carried out in Serian and Simunjan districts starting next week.
KUCHING, May 14 — The visit of the Communications and Multimedia Minister, Gobind Singh Deo, to Sarawak from May 17 to 18 is aimed at strengthening cooperation between the federal government via the...
KUCHING, May 9 — The state government is selecting a consultant to undertake a comprehensive study of the native courts system to meet the current needs of the local communities, Deputy Chief Minist...
A committee of Iban community leaders has been formed to identify urban poor Ibans in Kuching, Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister Douglas Uggah said today.
KUCHING: Sarawak is prepared to face the dry spell stemming from the El Nino weather phenomenon, readying about 1,000 vehicles and boats to deliver water to villages as needed.
KUCHING, March 1 — Sarawak has the potential to become a major regional coffee producer, especially the Liberica variety, Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah said today.
KUCHING: An integrated rabies operation to vaccinate dogs and remove strays will be carried out in two districts next month as Sarawak steps up efforts to control the outbreak.
LETTER | Last Saturday saw the official launch of the rebranded four-party ruling coalition Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) which broke off from BN in the aftermath of GE14. Some 8,000 loyalists thronged...
Last Saturday saw the official launch of the rebranded four-party ruling coalition Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) which broke off from Barisan National in the aftermath of GE14. Some 8,000 loyalists thr...
KUCHING: Sarawak will review its anti-rabies strategies during a three-day workshop to be held here starting Jan 16.
The Chinese in Sarawak, together with other communities, have been asked to remain loyal and supportive of the Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS)-led state government.
KUCHING, Dec 31 — Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah clarified today that the state government is paying the full salaries of community leaders.