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18 water treatment plants in S'wak at critical level
SIBU: Sarawak Rural Water Supply Department (JBALB) has identified 18 water treatment plants in seven areas where the supply of water is at the critical level due to the...
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Unemployed woman arrested for suspected drug possession, abuse in Lawas
The items seized from the suspect.
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Fire destroys ten shophouses in Lawas
Fire engulf the shop houses.
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Body found in Labuan waters not the last of three friends who went missing on fishing trip
The three friends who went missing after they failed to return from a fishing trip off Pulau Sari in Lawas yesterday.
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Bodies of two anglers found, another still missing
SIBU: The bodies of two of the three anglers who went missing during a fishing trip in Pulau Sari Besar, Lawas, have been found.
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Body of second missing Sarawakian angler found
LAWAS: The body of Farouk Arina Ahmad Sabri, the second angler who was reported missing while out fishing with two other friends at sea near Pulau Sari was found at 11.30pm last night.
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Body of second angler found, search for third man continues
LAWAS (Bernama): The body of Farouk Arina Ahmad Sabri, the second angler who was reported missing while out fishing with two other friends at sea near Pulau Sari...
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Body of second missing Sarawakian angler found
The body of Farouk Arina Ahmad Sabri, the second angler who was reported missing while out fishing with two other friends at sea near Pulau Sari was found at 11.30pm last night.
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Missing after fishing trip: Second body recovered, search ongoing for last victim
The dody of second victim Farouk Arlan Ahmad Sabri was found some 450 metres away from where the first body was found in Sungai Labi-Labi. MIRI: The Search and Rescue (SAR) team has recovered the sec...
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One of three missing Sarawakian anglers found dead
LABUAN (Bernama): One of the three Sarawakian anglers who were reported missing in Lawas waters was found dead on Tuesday (Sept 10).
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MMEA: One of three missing Sarawakian anglers found dead
LABUAN, Sept 10 ― One of the three Sarawakian anglers who were reported missing in Lawas waters was found dead today.
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Missing after fishing trip: SAR team recovers Yeo’s body, two others still missing
Yeo’s body was found by villagers who joined in the SAR operation today.
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Three friends on fishing trip go missing
KOTA KINABALU: Three friends who went fishing in waters off Lawas (Sarawak) on Monday (Sept 9), have gone missing.
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Three friends missing after going on fishing trip off Pulau Sari in Lawas
Three friends have been missing since yesterday evening after going on a fishing trip off Pulau Sari in Lawas yesterday.
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NRDA to upgrade run-down wooden jetties, walkways — Awang Tengah
Awang Tengah (left in the backhoe loader) driving the first pile for Kampung Bayan community hall in Kuala Lawas at the earth-breaking ceremony.
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Deadline looms for owners yet to apply for land premium refund
Awang Tengah (front, left) presents the perpetuity land title certificate to 80-year-old Kutar Daud.
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Double supply of buffaloes for Hari Raya Haji next year – MP
Henry Sum (third left) and Awangku Jinal (fourth left) hand over the sacrificial buffaloes to representatives from Kampung Ladang Baru.
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Sarawak minister says departure levy on land and sea travellers too
KUCHING: The upcoming departure levy for those travelling abroad from Malaysia is also applicable for land and sea exit points, says Sarawak’s Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Minister Abdul...
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‘Dr Dzulkefly wrong on delay in hospital project’
Awang Tengah (third left) presenting a local Lawas product as memento to Abang Johari as others look on at the dinner.
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800 Mbps WiFi for Lawas by this year
Abang Johari (fourth right), flanked by Awang Tengah on his right and Dr Zaidi, declares open the Badundun Digital Lawas as others look on.
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After remitting RM350m, Sarawak wants Putrajaya to repair dilapidated schools as promised
LAWAS, Aug 5 — Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg today urged the Pakatan Harapan (PH) federal government to fulfill its promise to fix dilapidated schools in Sarawak, after the state ...
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CM says Sarawak will build Limbang-Brunei road after Putrajaya drops project
Abang Johari (third right) and Awang Tengah (second left) on a field visit to the Lawas Waterfront project LIMBANG: Sarawak will build the Pan Borneo Highway’s 12km ‘missing link’ road from Lim...
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Sarawak requests for Federal Govt’s clarification on departure levy
SIBU: Sarawakians commuting from Miri to Limbang and Lawas via Brunei are unsure of whether they would be imposed the departure levy to be enforced on Sept 1.
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Incomparable ‘Kepala Kapo’ among Kedayans
The top three winners of the Kepala Kapo Contest at Kampung Patiambun Limbang last year.
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Sarawak seeks clarification on Departure Levy
SIBU, Aug 3 — Sarawakians commuting from Miri to Limbang and Lawas via Brunei are unsure of whether they would be imposed the departure levy to be enforced on September 1.
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Health minister to visit Lawas Aug 2
MIRI: Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad is scheduled to conduct a working visit to Lawas on Aug 2.
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KK Sentral begins operations
Arifin (sixth right) waving the Malaysian flag to launch the start of the bus service at KK Sentral.
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KK Sentral terminal commences operations
KOTA KINABALU: The KK Sentral terminal has officially commenced operations to provide a more efficient and strategic public transport system for express bus services to Beaufort, Menumbok, Sipitang, L...
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Sarawak Day blood donation drive at Emart Riam tomorrow
Karambir (seated second right) is seen with Susan (left), Rita Lau (second left) and other members of the organising committee.
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Prinsiptek sees 21.25% stake crossed off-market
KUALA LUMPUR (July 19): Construction outfit Prinsiptek saw 80 million shares, representing a 21.25% stake, crossed off-market today.
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Sarawak portion of Pan Borneo Highway 45% complete, slightly ahead of schedule
KUALA LUMPUR (July 12): The first phase of the Pan Borneo Highway in Sarawak is 45% complete, slightly ahead of the scheduled completion rate of 43%, said Works Minister Datuk Baru Bian.
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Sarawak portion of Pan Borneo Highway 45% complete, slightly ahead of schedule
KUALA LUMPUR (July 12): The first phase of the Pan Borneo Highway in Sarawak is 45% complete, slightly ahead of the scheduled completion rate of 43%, said Works Minister Datuk Baru Bian.
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Safety action plan activated for Sarawak villages on interstate gas-pipe route
MIRI: The Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department has activated a safety action plan for villagers living along the Sarawak-Sabah interstate gas-pipe route in Sarawak.
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Three early morning fires break out three hours apart in northern Sarawak
MIRI: There were three big fires in northern Sarawak in the wee hours of Thursday morning (July 11).
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9 new rural health clinics for Sarawak
KUCHING: Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye says nine new health clinics and quarters will be built in the rural areas of the state.
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Sarawak Energy set to export electricity to Sabah by 2022
KUCHING: Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) expects to export electricity to Sabah by 2022 and Brunei Darussalam sooner under the Trans-Borneo Grid project.
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CM: Know history to understand development of S’wak
SIBU: The present generation needs to know the history of Sarawak to understand the development of the state.
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Sarawak Labour Dept to help recovering addicts find jobs
KUCHING, July 6 — The Department of Labour Sarawak (JTKSwk) will co-operate with the National Anti-Drugs Agency (NADA) in the effort to provide job opportunities to former participants of its treatm...
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Sabah-Sarawak Link Road won't affect Phase 2 of Pan-Borneo Highway, says Baru Bian
KUALA LUMPUR (July 2): Construction of the 415km Sabah-Sarawak Link Road project beginning next year will not affect Phase 2 of the Pan-Borneo Highway along similar route, says Works Minister Baru Bia...
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Sabah-Sarawak Link Road won't affect Phase 2 of Pan-Borneo Highway, says Baru...
KUALA LUMPUR (July 2): Construction of the 415km Sabah-Sarawak Link Road project beginning next year will not affect Phase 2 of the Pan-Borneo Highway along similar route, says Works Minister Baru Bia...
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DCM wants Lawas folk to continue supporting GPS
Awang Tengah presents ‘duit raya’ to a Jati member’s child.
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‘Curbing sale of smuggled booze, fags a priority’
Sharifah Halimah watches as a Customs officer checks bottles of liquor sold at a premises in Lawas town.
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SEB expected to export electricity to Brunei, Sabah by end of 2022
Sharbini (second left) talks during the briefing.
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RM7.7 mln approved for road projects at two longhouses
Awang Tengah (sixth left) and Dayang Morliah (fourth left) join Tuai Rumah Munit Entalang (fifth left) and others in rolling a mat to mark the closing of Gawai Dayak.
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Lawas waters to be gazetted protected area
Awang Tengah (centre) is seen during a photo call following the deployment of 600 reef balls in Lawas waters by SFC.
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More parking lots for Sabah Women and Children Hospital
Dr Chen (left) pointing at the vacant land which can be used to create additional 200 parking spaces at the Sabah Women and Children Hospital yesterday.
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Award Lawas O&G plant contracts, jobs to Sarawakians, Opposition party tells state
KUCHING, June 11 — The state government must ensure that the proposed integrated US$5 billion (RM20.8 billion) oil-and-gas complex in Lawas will benefit Sarawakians, the Sarawak Reform Party (STAR) ...
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14 deaths prove Orang Asli policy an utter failure, says Kit Siang
PETALING JAYA: The tragedy of 14 Bateq deaths in Kampong Kuala Koh in Gua Musang is proof that the six-decade old Orang Asli development policy is an utter failure, Lim Kit Siang (pix) said today.
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Chinese companies, Sarawak ink MoU to develop integrated O&G complex
KUCHING: Two Chinese companies, Beijing BECA Sci-tech Co Ltd and Sinopec Engineering Inc have inked a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Sarawak state government to invest US$5 billion (US$1=RM4.16) for the development of an integrated oil and gas (O&G) complex in Lawas.
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Sarawak ink MoU with Sinopec, Beijing BECA to develop US$5b O&G complex
KUCHING (June 10): Two Chinese companies, Beijing BECA Sci-tech Co Ltd and Sinopec Engineering Inc have inked a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Sarawak state government to invest US$5 billi...
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Sarawak to continue business-friendly policies to attract foreign investments
KUCHING: Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg today pledged that the state would continue its business-friendly policies and create a more conducive environment to attract more high-value and hig...
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Chinese firms to pump RM5b into Sarawak O&G complex
KUCHING, June 10 — Two Chinese companies have agreed to invest US$5 billion (RM20.8 billion) for the proposed development of an integrated oil and gas complex in Lawas in the northern tip of Sarawak...
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CM: Oil and gas complex will boost development in Sarawak's north
KUCHING: A proposed integrated oil and gas complex in Lawas will help boost development in Sarawak's northern region, says Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.
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Work on Sarawak-Sabah Link Road to begin in Q1 2020
KUALA LUMPUR (May 28): Construction work on the Sarawak-Sabah Link Road is expected to begin in the first quarter of next year, said Works Minister Baru Bian.
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Work on Sarawak-Sabah link road to begin in Q1 2020, says Baru Bian
KUALA LUMPUR, May 27 — Construction work on the Sarawak-Sabah Link Road is expected to begin in the first quarter of next year, said Works Minister Baru Bian.
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Be brave to lodge reports on crime and moral decline: Baru Bian
KUCHING: The public must be brave to lodge reports to the authorities, especially the police, to help combat crime, abuse of power and degradation of moral in the society, said Works Minister Baru Bia...
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Minister: Police must investigate thoroughly teacher accused of sodomising students in Lawas
KUCHING, May 21 — Works Minister Baru Bian urged the police to investigate thoroughly a teacher who has been detained to assist investigations into allegations of sexual assault and sodomy involving...
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Teacher detained for allegedly sodomising students
LAWAS: A teacher has been detained to assist the police in their investigation into allegations of
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Teacher held for allegedly sodomising 5 students in Lawas
LAWAS: Police detained a teacher to assist in investigations into allegations of sexual assault and sodomy involving five boys at a primary school here in 2016.
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Teacher detained for allegedly sodomising students in Lawas
LAWAS: Police detained a teacher to assist in the investigations into allegations of sexual assault and sodomy involving five boys at a primary school here in 2016.
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Teacher in Lawas detained for allegedly sodomising students
Police have detained a teacher to assist in investigations into alleged sexual assault and sodomy involving five boys at a Lawas primary school in 2016.
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Teacher arrested for allegedly sodomising students in Lawas
LAWAS (Bernama): The police have detained a teacher to assist in the investigation into allegations of sexual assault and sodomy involving five boys at a primary school here in 2016.
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Primary school teacher in Miri arrested for sodomy
KUALA LUMPUR, May 19 — The police in Lawas, Miri have arrested a primary school teacher after allegations of sodomy emerged.
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Baru Bian pays tribute to his former teachers
KUCHING: Works Minister Baru Bian (pix) today paid tribute to his former teachers for having helped to inspire him mentally and spiritually as a school boy in Long Semadoh, Sarawak.
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Police seize homemade guns, pistol in Lawas
LAWAS: Police have seized two homemade guns, a pistol and 25 live bullets for a shotgun in a raid at Kampung Punang Berayong, Long Sukang early this morning.
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Fire at Sabah-Sarawak gas pipeline, no explosion or casualties reported
MIRI: A fire occurred at the Sabah-Sarawak interstate gas pipeline near the remote Long Segemang village in Lawas district in northernmost Sarawak early Wednesday (May 8).
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Works minister confirms RM5.5b federal injection for road linking Sarawak and Sabah
KUALA LUMPUR, April 29 — Putrajaya has approved RM5.5 billion for the construction of a 415km-long road from Sarawak all the way to the northern tip of Borneo in Sabah, Works Minister Baru Bian disc...
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RTD plans to impose VEP on foreign vehicles at Malaysia-Brunei border
MIRI (April 25): The Road Transport Department (RTD) proposes to impose the vehicle entry permit (VEP) requirement on all foreign vehicles at the Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) complexes at...
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RTD plans to impose VEP on foreign vehicles at Malaysia-Brunei border
MIRI, April 25 ― The Road Transport Department (RTD) proposes to impose the vehicle entry permit (VEP) requirement on all foreign vehicles at the Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) complexes,...
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RM2.3m to build six tube wells under peat fire prevention programme
KUALA LUMPUR: The government has allocated about RM2.3 million to build six tube wells in four states this year under its peat fire prevention programme.
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If we can build flying car, why can’t Sarawak get bridges, CM asks Putrajaya
KUCHING: Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg has slammed Putrajaya, describing them as “buruk siku” (to take back what was previously given), after they withdrew the construction of three br...
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Indigenous communities in Sarawak to benefit from commercialisation of essential oil
KUCHING: Five indigenous communities in Sarawak stand to benefit from the commercialisation of an essential oil derived from a tree they have traditionally used for generations.
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Wildfires raze 20 acres of land in Lawas
Forest fires woes are spreading in northern Sarawak.
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Wildfires raze 20 acres of land in Lawas
MIRI: Forest fires woes are spreading in northern Sarawak.
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Pan Borneo Highway: Contractors to identify routes at risk of sinking
MIRI (March 8): The Works Ministry has directed contractors involved in the construction of Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak project to undertake risk assessment of routes that are under threat of sinking w...
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Pan Borneo Highway: Contractors to identify routes at risk of sinking
MIRI (March 7): The Works Ministry has directed contractors involved in the construction of Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak project to undertake risk assessment of routes that are under threat of sinking w...
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Works minister: Contractors to identify routes on Pan Borneo Highway at risk of sinking
MIRI, March 7 — The Works Ministry has directed contractors involved in the construction of Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak project to undertake risk assessment of routes that are under threat of sinkin...
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Malaysia to share expertise, experience in disaster management with Brunei
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Feb 27): Malaysia has offered to share with Brunei Darussalam its expertise and experience in disaster management.
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DPM: Malaysia to share expertise, experience in disaster management with Brunei
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Feb 27 — Malaysia has offered to share with Brunei Darussalam its expertise and experience in disaster management.
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Tanjung Manis confident China investors will receive EIA approval soon
SIBU, Feb 27 — Tanjung Manis Economic Growth Area (T-MEGA), formerly known as Tanjung Manis halal hub, is confident that investors from China will soon receive the Environmental Impact Assessment (E...
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For activist, new hospitals in Sarawak still a distant dream despite Putrajaya’s pledge
PETALING JAYA: An activist is still unconvinced that the construction of a new district hospital in Lawas, a small town in Sarawak more than 1,000km from Kuching, will materialise anytime soon despite...
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Baru pledges to complete work on new Lawas district hospital
PETALING JAYA: Baru Bian today said Putrajaya will complete work on the long-delayed new Lawas district hospital in Sarawak, months after the works minister pledged to follow through on Pakatan Harapa...
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Putrajaya to build Lawas hospital, says works minister
KUCHING, Feb 22 ― Works Minister Baru Bian said today the federal government will build the Lawas Hospital that has been a sick project under the previous Barisan Nasional (BN) administration.
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Sabah Wildlife Dept: Foreign workers held illegally rescued during record 30-tonne pangolin haul
KOTA KINABALU, Feb 16 — Sabah wildlife department public relations officer Siti Nurain Ampuan Acheh today said that authorities had uncovered foreign workers being employed against their will during...
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Man arrested for possessing 23 live pangolins in Tenom
KOTA KINABALU (Bernama): A man was arrested by the Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) on Friday (Feb 15) for possession of 23 live pangolins, believed to have been smuggled from Lawas, Sarawak.
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Don’t let another Kam Agong die due to poor maternal healthcare in Sarawak
Rural medical services and maternal healthcare could be a determining factor for politicians during the Sarawak elections in 2021, says Lawrence Jayaraj.
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Motorcyclist dies, student badly injured in bus stop accident
LAWAS, Feb 6 ― A motorcyclist died and a Form Five student waiting at a bus stop was badly injured in an accident that occurred on Jalan Lawas Damit, Kampung Batu Mulong at 12.03am today.
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Works Minister: Second phase of Pan Borneo Highway to start next year
KUCHING, Feb 5 — Works Minister Baru Bian today said that construction of the second phase of the Pan Borneo Highway, stretching from Miri to Lawas, will start next year.
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A confluence of ideals: Abang Johari, Baru Bian on the same page
LETTER | Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg appeared to be in top form on Saturday as he stood up as a statesman when he spoke at the opening of the Telok Melano to Sematan road, which marks a ...
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If Abang Johari and Baru Bian could be on the same page…
Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari appeared in top form on Saturday.
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Civil Defence Unit rescues 14-year-old from flood waters in Lawas
MIRI: Civil Defence Unit personnel have rescued a 14-yr old boy who was swept away while playing in flood waters in the Lawas district in northern Sarawak on Sunday (Jan 27).
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Two north Sarawak districts hit by flash floods
MIRI: Civil Defence and Fire and Rescue Department personnel are ready to evacuate people from Limbang and Lawas districts in Sarawak following flash floods on Sunday (Jan 27).
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Aeon Credit, CIMB, Deleum, Prinsiptek, Wellcall, Barakah Offshore, Tune Protect...
KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 15):  Based on corporate announcements and news flow today, companies that may be in focus on Wednesday (Jan 16) may include the following: Aeon Credit Service (M) Bhd, CIMB Group H...
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Prinsiptek inks RM2.13 billion JV in East Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 15): Prinsiptek Corp Bhd is developing an oil palm plantation plus a palm oil mill and other facilities in a RM2.13 billion joint venture.
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Sarawak coalition says UPP yet to seek entry
KUCHING, Jan 9 — A Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) official said the coalition has not received any membership application from United People’s Party (UPP) led by state International Trade and e-Comm...
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