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All divisions in S’wak record moderate air quality except Sri Aman with unhealthy API reading
A mother sending her child to school after schools statewide have been instructed to be opened as usual today.
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Thick smoke blankets Miri skies again
The city is hardly visible in the photo due to thick smoke blanketing its sky early today.
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Tax exemptions for employers who pay workers’ education loans
Wan Saiful Wan Jan – Bernama file photo ALOR GAJAH: The National Higher Education Fund Corporation (NHEFC) will redouble effort to attract more employers to assist their workers pay outstanding stu...
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Sale of face masks increases
Yee KOTA KINABALU: The sale of face masks has increased as the state capital continues to be shrouded in haze.
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Official ministerial duties reason why constituents see less of Darell
Pritchard (second left) cutting mooncakes together with other invited guests at the Tanglung and Mooncake Festival 2019.
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CM: SICC to be ready in Dec
Shafie (second right), accompanied by his wife Datin Seri Shuryani Shuaib, mingling with the people at the Foh Sang Mid-Autumn Carnival on Saturday night.
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Schools throughout the state will be opened as usual today – S’wak Education Dept
KUCHING: Sarawak Education Department has announced that schools throughout the state will be opened as usual today.
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Cuepacs hopes for one-month bonus in 2020 budget
GEORGE TOWN: The Congress of the Union of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) yesterday expressed the hope that the upcoming 2020 Budget will contain a one-month bonus at the minimum,...
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JBALB: Forest fire behind Sematan district office causes leaks to main water pipe
The leak on the main pipe discovered after the forest fire.
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Four arrested after body of lifeless man found in the middle of the road in Serian
The victim’s lifeless body in the middle of the road.
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DAP willing to host anti-fake news conference if opposition is keen
Lim Kit Siang KUALA LUMPUR: DAP is willing to host a roundtable conference on combating fake news and hate speech if the opposition is keen to attend, said DAP’s adviser Lim Kit Siang.
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American tourist succumbs to injuries after being knocked over by vehicle at Jalan Padungan
The vehicle that was involved in the accident KUCHING: An American tourist succumbed to his injuries at the Sarawak General Hospital (SGH) after he was knocked over by a vehicle, near to a petrol sta...
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Water bombing operation to put out forest, peatland fires in Sri Aman successfully carried out
MMEA Bombardier CL-415 dumps water scooped from the Baram River on the burning peat soil.
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Musa absent from Umno Sabah convention
Musa KOTA KINABALU: Former Umno Sabah liaison Chief Tan Sri Musa Aman did not attend the state delegates’ convention here on Saturday.
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Sri Aman’s air quality continues to deteriorate with API reading of 188 as of 9am
Thick haze covering Sri Aman town on Sept 17.
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Firms launch furniture store at ITCC
Chan (fifth left) and other guests at the grand opening of New Tech Furniture and Wimura premises at ITCC.
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240kg of trash collected in Pantai Dalit clean-up
Volunteers with the 240kg trash they collected KOTA KINABALU: Joining thousands of others on the world’s largest single-day volunteer event for oceans, Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort & Spa in partn...
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Native leaders advised not to raise sensitive racial, religious issues
Peter arrives at St Blasius Church hall, Kampung Magatang yesterday.
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17 Sabah firms take part in China Asean Expo
Darell (middle) and Tangau (right) looking at some of the products at the 16th China Asean Expo.
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EduQuest roadshow kicks off in Labuan Sept 27
EduQuest roadshow will be held in Labuan, Sandakan, Kota Kinabalu and Tawau from Sept 27 to 30.
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Batu Danau Bridge repaired, safe to use – for now
(From second left) Dr Abdul Rahman and Paulus are being briefed by PWD officials on the repaired section of the bridge.
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Govt urged to abolish law on attempted suicide
SEREMBAN: The government has been urged to abolish Section 309 of the Penal Code which states that it is an offence to commit suicide.
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Tickets on sale for ‘Inquest of Independence Dinner’
Alim (seated centre) flanked by Voon (right) and Ng with other committee members after the press conference.
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Dry spell causes water, transportation woes for Baram longhouses
Ronny Kayan MARUDI: Several longhouses along the Tutoh River and in Linei, Baram River have been affected by drought for nearly a month.
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In sign of the times, Kuching’s cat statue dons N95 face mask
The famous cat statue at Jalan Padungan can be seen wearing a ‘N95 face mask’ in light of the present haze situation affecting the city.
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Malaysia hope Indonesia will tackle forest fire quickly
Indonesian fire fighters extinguish a fire in a land next to residence in Pekanbaru, Riau province.
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Deputy Minister in PM’s Department dies
Wira Dr Md Farid Md Rafik PONTIAN: Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Wira Dr Md Farid Md Rafik died at about 6 am today at the Pontian Hospital here.
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API readings in Sarawak record slight drop, Sri Aman no longer in hazardous level
The haze has reduced visibility throughout many parts of the state.
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Physical newspapers will survive if contents are of quality
A man reads a copy of a Malay daily.
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GOF-MACC raid hauls in 2,460 cartons of cigarettes
Sanudin (centre) and others show the cigarettes seized from the raided premises.
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SAVE Rivers chief wins Seacology prize
MIRI: United States non-profit organisation Seacology has selected SAVE Rivers chairman Peter Kallang as the winner of its annual US$10,000 prize.
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Sibu International BASE Jump kicks off, marks 11th edition this year
Visitors join the BASE jumpers in a group photo right after the opening ceremony.
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Marine Police’s Ops Landai nets RM549,192 worth of contraband
Marine Police personnel show the seized items.
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Chong reminded of own ‘unholy’ alliance with PAS
KUCHING: Sarawak Pakatan Harapan (PH) chairman Chong Chieng Jen has been reminded of his past alliance with Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS) under the previous coalition Pakatan Rakyat (PR). According t...
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Sarawak Patriots Association to hold forum on referendum next Tuesday
KUCHING: Sarawak Patriots Association (SPA) will be organising a forum on:  Referendum – its facts and legal implications at MBKS Auditorium from 6.30pm to 10pm on Sept 24 here.
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Fuel prices: RON97 up 14 sen, others unchanged
RON97 is up 14 sen this week, at RM2.67 per litre.
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Police promise stern action against those supporting terrorist groups
Abdul Hamid Bador KUALA LUMPUR: Stern action will be taken against those who glorify and try to provide support to terrorist groups such as the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), said Inspector...
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Body cameras will enhance efficiency – Muhyiddin
File photo of Royal Malaysian Police officers.
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Express boat’s journey to Kapit from Sibu hampered by low tide, poor visibility
The express boat that was stuck on its route between Sibu and Kapit due to poor visibility and low tide.
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St Thomas’ 1969 Form 5 Arts Stream to hold reunion
The St Thomas’ School Form 5 Arts Stream class of 1969 with teacher P Jamal Mohideen.
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Over a thousand schools closed in Sarawak due to haze
Selangor recorded the highest number of schools that were closed at 538 in the county, after API readings shot up above 200.
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Sri Aman air hazardous, API was 371 now 414 at 9am
A motorcyclist seen riding along Jalan Sri Aman-Lingga in the haze.
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Decision on slot machines final – CM
File photo for illustration purposes KOTA KINABALU: Chief Minister Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal said the decision to ban the operation of slot machines in the state was not made overnight.
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Two detained for fish-bombing
The two men in their pump-boat with the fish-bombing equipment.
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Haze: 2,649 schools to remain closed, asthma and conjunctivitis on the rise
Conjunctivitis cases rose by 24.9 per cent (from 253 to 317 cases) while upper respiratory tract infections decreased by 17.3 per cent (from 7,551 to 6,245 cases).
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MMEA detains two person for carrying out fish-bombing activity
The two men in their pump-boat with the fish-bombing equipment.
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Local Ysuku club members pledge to abide by law
Zainal (right) with two of club members in a photocall.
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Sri Aman fire station faces water shortage
Sri Aman firefighters try to extinguish forest fires at Kampung STC.
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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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Malaysia offers to help fight Indonesian forest fires – Mahathir
Indonesian fire fighters extinguish a fire in a land next to residence in Pekanbaru, Riau province.
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Rahmatan Lil Alamin concept to be presented to Cabinet next month
Datuk Seri Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa – Bernama file photo KUALA LUMPUR: The Rahmatan Lil Alamin concept is expected to be adopted as a new government policy once it is approved by the Cabinet, said Min...
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Youth and Sports Ministry implements ‘Work From Home’ policy as API rises above 200
Syed Saddiq KUALA LUMPUR: In view of the current hazy situation with the current Air Pollutant Index reading of above 200 (very unhealthy), the Ministry of Youth and Sports (KBS) will implement a ‘...
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Govt agrees with body cameras for law enforcers to prevent misconduct – PM
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad – File photo PUTRAJAYA: The government has agreed to implement the use of body cameras on law enforcement officers such as police, immigration and customs to overcome issues...
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23 schools in Mukah close as API rises over 200 in district
Students help each other put on face masks at a school.
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BASE trial jump proceeds as planned despite hazy conditions
Jumpers unfazed by the hazy condition in Sibu.
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Bomb joke at Miri Airport lands man in lock-up
MIRI: An airline passenger bound for Kuala Lumpur this morning was arrested by the police for cracking a joke about having a bomb inside his checked-in luggage.
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PDP cannot accept PAS’ political ideology – Penguang
Datu Dr Penguang Manggil KUCHING: Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) vice president Datu Dr Penguang Manggil said his party could not accept the political ideology of Peninsular Malaysia-based party ...
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Accident sparks call for action over sea gypsies begging on streets
The scene of the accident involving the Perodua Myvi and Pelau woman.
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Poor weather at Sibu Airport forces several flights to be diverted, delayed
The poor weather condition (low cloud) at Sibu Airport has forced several flights to be either diverted or delayed today, affecting 538 passengers.
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15 illegals nabbed trying to sneak into Sabah
The immigrants who tried to enter Sabah illegally and their possessions.
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Unemployed woman arrested for suspected drug possession, abuse in Lawas
The items seized from the suspect.
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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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Six areas in Sarawak record very unhealthy air quality as of 9am
The reduced visibility due to the worsening haze in Kuching.
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Police announce transfers involving seven senior officers
KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman CID Forensic Laboratory DNA Databank chief SAC Datuk Hussein Omar Khan is among seven senior officers involved in a transfer exercise announced by the Royal Malaysian Police (...
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Multilateralism under threat — PM
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia yesterday expressed concern over what it saw as powerful countries unilaterally imposing their will on others, so much so that multilateralism is under threat.
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Businessman who abetted Tengku Adnan settles his RM1.5 million fine
KUALA LUMPUR: A businessman yesterday paid the RM1.5 million fine imposed on him by the High Court here on Tuesday for an abetment charge involving former Federal Territories minister Datuk Seri Tengk...
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Six suspects detained for having drug
The drugs confiscated from the suspects.
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Eight Sri Aman water plants operating at minimum capacity
Photo shows the low water level at Sungai Marup.
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Malaysia, China collaborate on immigration breach
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and China are collaborating to resolve the immigration breach committed by Chinese nationals in the country.
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Matta wants action against unlicensed tour providers
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) wants the authorities to act against illegal foreign tour businesses and for the public to only deal with licensed travel agen...
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DBNA committed to safeguarding NCR land
Manyin (seated centre) is flanked by Ik Pahon (right) and John at the dialogue.
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NREB: Satellite data helps greatly in identifying hotspots
Justine Jok Jau Emang KUCHING: Natural Resources and Environment Board of Sarawak (NREB) has benefitted from satellite data in Singapore such as identifying hotspots.
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Haze: 1,484 schools closed
Selangor recorded the highest number of schools that were closed at 538, after API readings shot up above 200.
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Man fueled by drugs antagonises cops, gets tires shot out after attempting to reverse into them in Sibu
The suspect’s vehicle, which police shot at in an attempt to stop him.
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Double blow for haze-choked Sri Aman folks as water plants dry up
Folks in Sri Aman now have to deal with a water shortage issue along with choking haze.
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Haze: API reading back above 200 in Kuching
The API readings have risen above 200 once again as of 2pm today in Kuching.
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Six including teen girl could hang for drug possession after police find packets of meth in raid
The packets of drugs that were confiscated from the suspects.
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MMEA Bombardier CL-415 arrives in Kuching to fight fires, hotspots across Sarawak
A file photo of the MMEA’s CL-415 aircraft in action.
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DoE: ‘Technical difficulties’ caused inaccurate API readings in Sarawak
Visibility remains poor in many parts of the city due to haze.
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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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RM78 million to repair dilapidated schools in Sabah – Lim
Lim and Shafie addressing the media after the dialogue session with industry players in connection with Budget 2020.
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Man killed as vehicle collides with express bus
The badly damaged four-wheel-drive and express bus after the collision.
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Vietnamese fishermen nabbed for illegal fishing
The five Vietnamese fishermen detained by MMEA near Pulau Mantanani.
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Police looking for two shoplifting suspects
The two suspects sought by police.
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Musa’s son Yamani joins Bersatu
Yamani Hafez receiving his Bersatu membership card from Dr Mahathir.
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Missing tourist guide rescued in Lahad Datu
Saharrudin (right) after he was rescued by the team.
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Ustaz charged with touching private parts of pupil
KOTA KINABALU: A religious teacher (ustaz), who was charged with committing a sexual offence against his tahfiz pupil in a surau, will be tried at the Sessions Court here on January 16-17 next year.
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We’ll work with federal to return rights to Sabah under MA63 – Liew
Christina and Anwar with PKR supporters at the event.
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Bomba volunteers, community key in fighting fire, prevention – director
The five Bomba volunteer teams competing at the district Fire and Rescue Department station yesterday.
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Movida bombers’ 25 years jail upheld by appeals court
PUTRAJAYA: The Court of Appeal yesterday upheld the 25 years jail on two men for committing a terrorist act by exploding a grenade at Movida nightclub in Puchong in 2016, injuring eight people.
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GE14 Rantau returning officer obtains stay of appellate court’s decision
PUTRAJAYA: A returning officer in the 14th General Election yesterday succeeded in obtaining a stay of the Court of Appeal’s decision to send his contempt case to the High Court for retrial before t...
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I-Kad suspended temporarily due to technical issues — Immigration
PUTRAJAYA: The issuance of i-Kad for foreign workers has been suspended temporarily since July 17 this year due to some technical issues, said Immigration Department director-general Datuk Khairul Dza...
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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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Muhyiddin revives US visa waiver programme request during discussions
WASHINGTON DC: Malaysia has revived its request for Malaysian citizens to visit the US under the visa waiver programme.
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Dr M: No cabinet reshuffle during my time
KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday said there will be no cabinet reshuffle during his tenure as Prime Minister.
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Pulau Li Hua Marina Bay poised to boost Sibu tourism
Siaw (forefront, centre), Toh (second left) and others prepare to flag off the Malaysia Unity Fun Run at Pulau Li Hua.
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Private, corporate sector expertise can help improve learning in schools — Teo
SEREMBAN: The expertise of the private and corporate sectors could contribute to the development of schools through improvement of the teaching and facilitating process, said Deputy Education Ministe...
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Fire at workers’ quarters leaves 18 homeless
MIRI: A fire, which razed to the ground a workers’ quarters at Temala Camp, Ulu Baram early yesterday, left 18 people homeless.
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Highlands experiencing cooler temperatures
Photo shows a view of Long Semado, which has experienced cooler temperatures since Sunday.
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Abdul Hadi meets Abang Johari, exchanged views on strengthening cooperation between PAS-led states and S’wak
KUCHING: PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang paid a courtesy call on Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg today.
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