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Topic: Land and Survey Department

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Man looking for administrator of family land
Sing Tak shows a printout of his ancestor’s land title.
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Baru saddened by outcome of Iban native rights case
Works Minister Baru Bian has expressed his deep disappointment with the decision of the Federal Court to dismiss an application by Iban communities from two Sarawak villages to review a ruling that th...
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Pakan landowners receive over RM1.65 mln compensation
Len Talif presents a cheque to a landowner.
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S’wak only state so far to set up integrity unit in Chief Minister’s Office
Abang Johari Tun Openg KUCHING: Sarawak takes pride at being named the only state in Malaysia to have an integrity unit in the office of the menteri besar, or chief minister.
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S’wak govt approves additional manpower recruitment for Land and Survey Dept
Abang Johari (fourth right), Zaidi (third left) and other dignitaries in their 3D glasses which they use to view the 3D image of the Sarawak Museum Campus on stage.
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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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Probe encroachment of NCR land, Sarawak NGO group urges MACC
KUCHING: A group of native customary rights (NCR) NGOs wants the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to investigate whether there was any corruption involved among the top authorities after th...
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Kampung Tambirat villagers incensed by company trespassing on NCR land, lodges report with MACC
Ahmad (center), Samsudin (left) and Wahab (right) showing documents pertaining to the land dispute as well as a copy of a police report lodged recently outside MACC offices in Kuching.
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Study to see if squatters areas can to be gazetted at ‘kampungs’ – Jaujan
Jaujan (second right) with Chief Minister Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal at the state assembly.
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‘Get permit before extracting soil, rock material’
The lorry and backhoe loader seized by the Land and Survey Department.
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Sarawak DCM denies Sarawak Report’s report on defrauding conspiracy
KUCHING, Aug 1 — Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hasan today denied an allegation that he was involved in a conspiracy to defraud a RM285 million court judgment, as reporte...
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Machinery used in illegal soil extraction seized
The seized lorries used for illegal removal of soil.
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Lack of security affecting Sabah’s economy, says PBS
KOTA KINABALU: Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) today said the feeling of insecurity among Sabahans as well as investors is affecting the state economy, especially the tourism industry.
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No approval given to application for Sim-Sim coastal area land – Poon
The letter that has gone viral on social media.
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Idecs 2019 kicks off today at BCCK
A worker installs the Idecs 2019 banner outside the main conference hall.
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Intruders destroy 60 ha reserve land in Tuaran
TUARAN (July 3): Over 60 ha of reserve land for six villages in the Tuaran district is adversely affected following intrusions by irresponsible quarters who have been excavating soil from the land...
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Intruders destroy 60ha reserve land in Tuaran
TUARAN: Over 60 ha of reserve land for six villages in the district is adversely affected following intrusions by irresponsible quarters who excavate soil from the land to develop a nearby cemetery si...
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Sarawak govt will ensure all oil palm plantations certified sustainable, minister says
KUCHING, July 3 — Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok today said the Sarawak government has agreed to ensure that oil palm plantations in the state obtain Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) ce...
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Fed and state govts to work hand-in-hand to get MSPO certification for S’wak
Kok (right) shakes hands with Uggah after the meeting.
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Miri police swoop in on protestors' blockades at power station
MIRI: Miri police and Sarawak Energy Bhd have dismantled blockades set up by protestors at the Miri power supply substation in the city centre.
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Six arrested for trying to prevent police from discharging their duties at Kpg Lereng Bukit
Police team dismantling the illegal tents in front of a substation at Kampung Lereng Bukit earlier this morning.
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CM: Five affordable housing project sites identified in Kuching
Abang Johari (front row, centre) raising his index finger as a symbolic gesture of “Sarawak First” with the other dignitaries and PBB branch leaders and members.
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Residents’ refusal to relocate bogs down flood mitigation
Pritchard KOTA KINABALU: The adamant refusal of residents in Kibabaig to relocate is among the reasons affecting the progress of the Penampang district flood mitigation program.
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Tawau gold mine inspected by Natural Resources Department
KOTA KINABALU: Officials from the Sabah Natural Resources Department have inspected the gold mining operations in Tawau amid calls by environmentalists for transparency.
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Hasil Bumi officers inspect Tawau gold mining site
Jasmin (right), Lo (third right), geologist Samsul (fourth right), Stephen (fifth right) ispecting the Bukit Mantri gold mining site.
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Quarry Operation: Sarawak govt urged to conduct soil integrity study
KUCHING (June 10): Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Chong Chieng Jen wants the Sarawak government to conduct a thorough study on soil integrity and potential threats to public sa...
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Quarry operation: Sarawak govt urged to conduct soil integrity study
KUCHING (June 10): Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Chong Chieng Jen wants the Sarawak government to conduct a thorough study on soil integrity and potential threats to public sa...
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Chong urges Sarawak govt urged to conduct soil integrity study in quarry operation
KUCHING, June 10 — Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Chong Chieng Jen wants the Sarawak government to conduct a thorough study on soil integrity and potential threats to public ...
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Sarawak govt urged to conduct soil integrity study for quarry operation
KUCHING: Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Chong Chieng Jen wants the Sarawak government to conduct a thorough study on soil integrity and potential threats to public safety in th...
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Minister bars outsiders from applying for land near Mount Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU: Rural Development Minister Ewon Benedick has barred outsiders from applying for land within the Kadamaian constituency in Kota Belud which he represents.
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Sarawak official says land set aside for oil palm estates not in Mulu park zone
KUCHING, May 2 — Sarawak Assistant Minister of Urban Development and Natural Resources Datuk Len Taliff Salleh said today areas approved for oil palm planter Radiant Lagoon Sdn Bhd did not encroach ...
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Problem of Sabah’s residents without documentation reduced: Suhakam
TUARAN: The problem of residents living in the interior areas of Sabah while not possessing identification documents has declined due to the proactive work of the National Registration Department (NRD...
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Amending immigration laws can resolve documentation issues, says Suhakam
KOTA KINABALU: More pragmatic approaches, including amending immigration laws, may expedite the resolution of documentation issues in Sabah, says the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam).
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Balung rep Osman Jamal ditches PKR for Warisan
KOTA KINABALU: Balung assemblyman Osman Jamal today announced his decision to leave PKR, which he joined last July, to link up with Shafie Apdal’s Warisan.
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Sarawak asst minister: Oil palm project no threat to Mulu National Park
KUCHING: An assistant minister in the Sarawak government has taken Swiss NGO Bruno Manser Fund (BMF) to task, stating the group was spreading lies by claiming a nearby oil palm plantation is a threat ...
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