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Raja Nazhatul giving a speech at the conference – Photo by Muhd Rais Sanusi Sasbadi Holdings Berhad managing director Law King Hui (left) exchanging MoU with Melta president Professor Ganakumaran S...
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KUCHING: The Sarawak government has paid RM350 million to Putrajaya as part of the RM1 billion loan repayment so that dilapidated schools in the state can be repaired but it seems unlikely that the pr...
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KUCHING: The repair of dilapidated schools in Sarawak can only start after the Finance Ministry issues a directive to the Education Ministry to do so, says Datuk Seri Michael Manyin.
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KUCHING, Aug 13 — The Sarawak government has poured in over RM30 million to train nearly 3,000 teachers and textbook printing to prepare for the re-introduction of maths and science in English next ...
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Manyin (fourth left) shares a light moment with Richard (fourth right) during the event.
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KUCHING: Repair work may start next month on Sarawak’s dilapidated schools, state Education, Science and Technological Research Minister Michael Manyin said.
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KUCHING: The issue on the proposed RM1 billion contra loan from the federal government to be allocated for repairs of dilapidated schools in Sarawak is expected to be resolved soon, according to state...
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KUCHING, July 12 — The issue on the proposed RM1 billion contra loan from the federal government to be allocated for repairs of dilapidated schools in Sarawak is expected to be resolved soon, said ...
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KUCHING: Sarawak said there would not have been any dilapidated schools in the state if it had been given 100% autonomy over educational matters.
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KUCHING: Sarawak DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen accused the state government of making unlawful demands in terms of the allocation of funds, resulting in delays in repairing dilapidated schools in the ...
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KUCHING: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has come under fire for playing politics over allocating funds for carrying out repairs at dilapidated schools in Sarawak.
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KUCHING: Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) has agreed to develop a rapid rabies test kit that will enable effective mass screening of the disease in humans within a couple of hours.
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KUCHING, July 4 — Sarawak Research and Development Council (SRDC) entered into an agreement today with Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) to conduct research on quick diagnosis of rabies in the st...
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KUCHING: The training of teachers involved in the teaching of Science and Mathematics in English will begin by September, Sarawak Education, Science and Technological Research Minister Michael Manyin ...
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KUCHING, July 2 — Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg today urged school administrators and teachers to support to the teaching of Mathematics and Science subjects in English to Primary...
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KUCHING, July 2 — The Sarawak government hopes the federal Finance Ministry will immediately approve RM1 billion in funds as proposed by the Education Ministry (MoE) to repair the dilapidated school...
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KUCHING: A Sarawak minister has called on the finance ministry to expedite approval of the RM1 billion fund meant for dilapidated schools, to be deposited in a special account managed by the federal a...
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Manyin (centre) preparing to officiate the quiz with a palm scanner gimmick, while University Sarawak campus chief operating officer Mukvinder Kaur Sandhu (third left) and others looked on.
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KUCHING: The state Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Research will seek funding from the federal government to train almost 3,000 teachers statewide to teach English as a medium of inst...
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KUCHING (Bernama): The state Education, Science and Technological Research Ministry will seek funding from the Federal Government to train almost 3,000 teachers statewide to use English as a medium of instruction for Mathematics and Science in primary schools from January next year.
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KUCHING: The need to upgrade the Sarawak Native Court to be on par with the civil court and Syariah court was among the issues that has been brought to the Steering Committee on the Malaysia Agreement...
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KUCHING: Sarawak will introduce the teaching of Mathematics and Science in English to Year One pupils starting next year, a move which is earning praises from parents.
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KUCHING: Sarawak will be the first state in Malaysia to teach Mathematics and Science in English for primary one pupils from January next year, its state education minister announced on Wednesday (Ma...
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KUCHING: Sarawak Education, Science and Technological Research Minister Michael Manyin says it should not be an issue for Science and Mathematics to be taught in English in rural parts of the state.
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KUCHING: Sarawak will start teaching Mathematics and Science in English for Year One pupils starting next year, says state Education, Science and Technological Research Minister Datuk Seri Michael Manyin.
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KUCHING: An academic has urged Putrajaya to allocate enough funds to carry out the teaching of Science and Mathematics in English in Sarawak, saying the Pakatan Harapan government should put aside pol...
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SRI AMAN: The Sarawak government is ready to disburse the RM1 billion advance payment in stages to the federal government to pay for the repair of the dilapidated schools in the state.
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SRI AMAN, May 11 — The change of federal government from Barisan Nasional (BN) to Pakatan Harapan (PH) does not hinder Sarawak’s pursuit of better education for its people, state Chief Minister Da...
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KUCHING: The teaching and learning of Science and Mathematics in English in Sarawak will only begin with primary one next year, state Education, Science and Technological Research Minister Michael Man...
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KUCHING: A Sarawak minister has questioned a DAP assemblyman for saying the RM1 billion debt with the federal government, to be set off against payment for upgrade works on dilapidated schools in the ...
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KUCHING, May 8 — The state government is waiting for the Finance Ministry’s decision on the Education Ministry’s counter-proposal on the use of RM1 billion to fix dilapidated schools in Sarawak,...
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KUCHING: The Education Ministry has reached an agreement with the Sarawak government on the use of the latter's RM1bil loan repayment for repairing dilapidated schools in the state.
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KUCHING: Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg has slammed Putrajaya for being too “egotistical” following its decision to turn down the Sarawak government’s offer of a RM1 billion loan to r...
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KUCHING: A Sarawak minister said future dealings with the Pakatan Harapan government will “likely be difficult” due to its “continuous U-turns” on promises made.
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KUCHING: Sarawak hopes to reach an agreement with the federal government on its offer of a RM1bil loan repayment to repair dilapidated schools in the state following Putrajaya's apparent U-turn on the matter.
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KUCHING: Putrajaya has turned down the Sarawak government’s offer of a RM1 billion loan meant for repairing dilapidated schools in the state.
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KUCHING, Feb 20 — The federal government has agreed that an RM1 billion loan repayment from the Sarawak government will be used to repair dilapidated schools in the state, Education Minister Maszlee...
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KUCHING: The education ministry today handed over RM100 million to the Sarawak Public Works Department to rebuild 33 dilapidated schools in the state.
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KUCHING: Sarawak is confident that the education ministry will carry on providing diesel supply to 21 Chinese and mission schools in the state.
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MIRI: Sarawak is appealing to the Pakatan Harapan government to fulfil its GE14 pledge to allocate RM1bil to repair 1,020 dilapidated schools in the state.