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Cloud seeding starts in S’wak
KUCHING: Cloud-seeding operations got underway in Sarawak as the air pollutant index in Sri Aman climbed to hazardous levels again.
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Cloud seeding operation begins in Sarawak
KUCHING: The cloud seeding operation will be carried out in several areas in Sarawak today with the help of a Charlie 130 Hercules belonging to the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF). Sarawak Deputy Ch...
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Cloud-seeding begins in Sarawak to ease hazy conditions
KUCHING: Cloud-seeding operations will be carried out in several areas in Sarawak today with the help of a Charlie 130 Hercules belonging to the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF). Sarawak Deputy Chief ...
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Cloud seeding operation begins in Sarawak today
KUCHING, Sept 20 — Cloud seeding will be carried out in several areas in Sarawak today with the help of a Charlie 130 Hercules belonging to the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF). Sarawak Deputy Chi...
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Cloud seeding operation to be carried out over Kuching today
Uggah briefing reporters on the cloud seeding operation.
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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 gets boost of 33 personnel to help put out fires
Khirudin speaking to reporters yesterday, after closing the joint collaboration event with Polytechnic Kuching (Commercialisation, Innovation and Research Unit) at one of the international hotels in K...
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Open burning worsening air quality in Sarawak
KUCHING: Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department director Khirudin Drahman says irresponsible people are indulging in open burning despite warnings, worsening the air quality in the state.
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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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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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Iban communities lose bid to review ruling on native customs
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 12): The Federal Court yesterday rejected a bid by Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak to review its ruling that their native custom has no force of law in the state.
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Iban groups lose bid to review native customs' force of law in S'wak
Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak have lost their bid to review the Federal Court's ruling that their native custom has no force of law in Sarawak.
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Two Iban communities from Sarawak fail in native custom review bid
PUTRAJAYA: Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak have lost their bid to review the Federal Court’s ruling that their native custom has no force of law in Sarawak.
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Iban communities lose bid to review Federal Court ruling that their native custom has no force of law in S'wak
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak have lost their bid to review the Federal Court's ruling that their native custom has no force of...
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Iban communities lose bid to review ruling on native customs
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today rejected a bid by Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak to review its ruling that their native custom has no force of law in the state.
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Iban communities lose bid to review Federal Court ruling that their native...
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 11): Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak have lost their bid to review the Federal Court's ruling that their native custom has no force of law in Sarawak.
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Iban communities fail in bid to challenge Federal Court's ruling on native customary rights
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 11 — Iban communities from two villages in Sarawak have lost their bid to review the Federal Court’s ruling that their native custom has no force of law in Sarawak.
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Ngungun-Temalat road construction ahead of schedule: Masing
SONG, Sarawak (Sept 11): The construction of the 9.6km road linking Ngungun (Kanowit) and Temalat (Song) may be ahead of schedule, said Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri James after a site visit i...
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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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Start distributing water to Kanowit residents affected by low water supply, authorities urged
(From left) Hong, Thomas, Chen, Charlie, and Susie at the press conference.
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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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SDNU senior vice president Anthony Banyan passes away
Anthony (center) showing his collection of newspaper clippings and cuttings to Mawan (right) and other SDNU SEC members at a hotel last Saturday.
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Community leaders play vital role during disasters — Resident
Siaw (fifth left) presents the directory to Inting.
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3-in-1 festival enlivens Sibu Jaya Aug 22-Sep 8
Sempurai (seated fifth left) with (seated from third left) Hiu, Justani, Yii Tee, Teo, Chek King (standing fourth left) and others in a photo-call.
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Orders to repair schools already gone out, say ministers
PETALING JAYA: The federal government has issued instructions for work to begin on repairing dilapidated schools in Sarawak, two ministers said today.
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While leaders squabble, pupils struggle with termites and floods
KUCHING: While political leaders squabble over repairs to Sarawak schools, daily life at Ulu Bawan national primary school boils down to a struggle between floods and termites and a lack of facilities...
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Sarawak imposes cross-border movement of dogs
KUCHING: Sarawak has imposed a prohibition on the cross-border movement of dogs, especially along the Sarawak border with Indonesia’s Kalimantan.
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Rabies: No dogs allowed in or out of Sarawak’s border with Kalimantan
Pet owners will not longer be allowed to transport dogs in or out of Sarawak along its borders with Kalimantan.
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Sarawak imposes ban on movement of dogs along border with Kalimantan to curb rabies
KUCHING, Aug 23 — The State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) today imposed a total ban on the movement of dogs both in and out of Sarawak along its border with Kalimantan, in a bid to curb the s...
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Total ban enforced on moving dogs across S'wak-Kalimantan border
KUCHING: The state disaster management committee has imposed a total ban on the movement of dogs across the Sarawak-Kalimantan border with immediate effect.
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Tar-sealed road from Kuching to Kapit almost ready, Ngemah/Temalat stretch nearing completion
Ongoing construction at the Ngemah/Temalat stretch.Photo source: Corporate Communication JKR Sarawak Facebook page.
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Don’t blame us for having ‘Sarawak mentality’, says Wan Junaidi
KUCHING: Sarawakians cannot be faulted for having a ‘Sarawak First’ or ‘Sarawak for Sarawakians’ mentality as it is a result of being neglected by the federal government, said Santubong MP Dat...
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NGOs suggest changing electoral system to curb winner-takes-all mentality
A policeman monitors the voters who are waiting for their turn to vote at SK Nanga Ngungun polling station in Kanowit during the 14th General Election held last year.
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Zuraida wants to meet Abg Johari on affordable housing matters
KUCHING: Federal Local Government and Housing Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin has said that she needs to meet Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg next month to discuss matters pertaining...
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Will automatic voter registration be in time for next Sarawak election?
A policeman monitors the voters who are waiting for their turn to vote at SK Nanga Ngungun polling station in Kanowit during the 14th General Election held last year.
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RM50 million state allocation to grid–connect rural schools
KUCHING: An initial state allocation of RM50 million has been approved to grid–connect 113 schools with power supply under the Sarawak government’s Rural Transformation Project by 2020.
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Dr Rundi: Over 110 schools to enjoy grid-power supply
Dato Sri Dr Stephen Rundi Utom – File photo KUCHING: More than 110 schools are expected to benefit from grid power supply under Sarawak government’s Rural Transformation Project (RTP), said Utili...
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Anxious moments on the Rejang as boat springs leak
KANOWIT, June 2 — There were anxious moments for the passengers of an express boat on the Rejang river, near here today when the boat sprung a leak after hitting a jetty steel barrier.
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Quick action by captain ensures no casualties after express boat holed
SIBU: Fast action by the captain of a Kapit-bound express boat prevented any casualties when water began gushing into the boat from a hole in its engine room.
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Extra long holidays a boon for Sarawak folk
KUCHING: This year will see Sarawakians delighting in double festivities with Gawai Dayak on Saturday and Hari Raya Aidilfitri, expected to fall on June 5.
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Petronas Floating LNG Satu achieves its first LNG drop post relocation
KUALA LUMPUR (May 21): Petronas has achieved its first liquefied natural gas (LNG) drop by its floating LNG facility, Petronas Floating LNG Satu (PFLNG Satu) at the Kebabangan cluster field, 90 kilome...
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Sarawakians spend prudently for festivities
KUCHING: Due to the inevitable rising costs of living, many people here are not only tightening their wallet but have also come up with different ways to save money, especially in view of the coming Gawai Dayak and Hari Raya festivities.
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Prudent spending, Sarawakians’ golden rule against rising prices
KUCHING: In view of the inevitable rising costs of living, many Sarawakians are not only tightening their wallet but have also come up with creative ways to save money, especially in view of the comin...
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Ford owners get in on the action during 4X4 Sarawak Jamboree
PETALING JAYA: Sime Darby Auto Connexion (SDAC), the sole distributor of Ford in Malaysia, recently organised an outing for owners of the Ford Ranger during the 4X4 Sarawak Jamboree, which happens to ...
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Ford Ranger Club Owners Go On An Adventure Through Sarawak
Car club activities are always interesting to read up on, but it's the pickup truck clubs that are the most exciting - especially in East Malaysia.
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Expensive meranti timber worth RM1.4mil seized, two arrested
SIBU: Expensive meranti timber logs and machineries valued at RM1.4mil have been seized by the 10th Battalion General Operation Force (GOF) in a surprise operation on a log pond in Sungai Uka, Poi in Kanowit.
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AmInvest Research upgrades Sapura Energy to Buy, ups target price to 50c
KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment Research upgraded its call on Sapura Energy (Sapura) to Buy from Hold with a higher fair value of 50 sen a share from an earlier 30 sen.
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Bomba cadet drowned trying to save friends
KANOWIT (Feb 26): Swept away by Sungai Kanowit’s swift currents, Carlos Paee, 15, a Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Kanowit student, and Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) cadet, lost his life w...
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Bomba cadet drowned trying to save friends
KANOWIT: Swept away by Sungai Kanowit’s swift currents, Carlos Paee, 15, a Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Kanowit student, and Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) cadet, lost his life while trying...
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Cadet swept away by currents in rescue attempt
KANOWIT, Feb 24 — A Fire and Rescue Department cadet was swept away by swift currents and feared drowned while attempting to rescue three friends in a boat in Sungai Kanowit this evening.
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Cadet swept away by currents in rescue attempt
KANOWIT: A Fire and Rescue Department cadet was swept away by swift currents and feared drowned while attempting to rescue three friends in a boat in Sungai Kanowit this evening.
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15-year-old cadet swept away in rescue attempt, feared drowned
KANOWIT (Bernama): A Fire and Rescue Department cadet was swept away by swift current and feared drowned while attempting to rescue three friends in a boat in Sungai Kanowit Sunday (Feb 24).
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Floodwaters damage classrooms near Sibu
SIBU: Most classrooms in SK Ulu Poi, Machan, in Kanowit, about an hour from here, were badly damaged by floodwaters.
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