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File photo for illustration purposes KUCHING: As the ongoing dry spell continues to affect various areas in the state, all water supply authorities have put in place Strategic Drought Contingency Pla...
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KUCHING, Aug 16 ― Sarawak Ministry of Utilities today said all water supply authorities have deployed strategic drought contingency plans in view of the current dry season which is expected to last ...
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KUCHING: Two districts in Sarawak are facing water shortage due to the current dry spell made worse by forest fires.
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Datuk John Sikie Tayai SIBU: The Tatau Welfare Department delivered a total of 634 boxes of bottled drinking water to five longhouses with 317 residents in Kakus constituency near here yesterday.
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KUCHING (Aug 14): Sarawak’s water supply, already affected by the current dry spell, has now been made worse after forest and peat soil fires in several parts of the state damaged water pipes.
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KUCHING: Sarawak’s water supply, already affected by the current dry spell, has now been made worse after forest and peat soil fires in several parts of the state damaged water pipes.
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KUCHING, Aug 13 — Hit by drought and forest fires, Malaysians in the country’s largest state have been asked to conserve usage of water as supply is critical in Mukah and Sri Aman districts.
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KUCHING (Aug 13): Sarawak’s water supply, already affected by the current dry spell, has now been made worse after forest and peat soil fires in several parts of the state damaged water pipes.
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Sri Aman’s Bayai Water Intake is drying up due to the dry spell.
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SIBU: About 2,000 villagers of Kampung Sebakau, a fishing village in Pulau Bruit, Mukah Division, want the authorities to look into their daily plight following irregular piped water supply since ear...
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Abang Johari (second left) being greeted by the MPs as they arrive for the briefing.
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JKR Marudi district engineer Safuan Abdullah (front, third left) presents a memento to Gerawat.
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(From left) Liwan and Sikie are briefed on the upgrading project during their visit to Tatau water treatment plant.
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File photo for illustration purposes KUCHING: Several areas in Serian division are expected to be affected by a water supply disruption due to burst water pipes during a pipeline alignment exercise c...
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Chang elaborating more on JBALB’s upcoming command centre.
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Rosey (sixth left) with JBALB staff during inspection and briefing at the site.
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KUCHING, June 4 — The state government is giving priority to providing basic amenities such as water and electricity supply as well as upgrading road networks in the rural and coastal areas, Chief M...
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KUCHING, April 6 — The Sarawak Ministry of Utilities through the Rural Water Supply Department (JBALB) is in the midst of implementing three initiatives worth RM40 million to improve water supply al...