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PETALING JAYA: In a bid to boost tourism and further promote the Land of the Hornbills as a brand, the Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) signed an agreement to collaborate with low-cost airline AirAsia and ...
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BEIJING: The Mulu Restaurant in this Chinese capital city is much more than just an eatery selling Malaysian and other Southeast Asian food.
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GERIK: The Royal Belum State Park is on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) world heritage site shortlist because it is a treasure trove of highly valued flor...
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GERIK: The Royal Belum State Park is on the short list of sites for Unesco world heritage status because it is a treasure trove of highly valued flora and fauna, as well as tropical rainforest ecology...
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The late Roviezal Robin (pictured) has been hailed as a hero for doing his best to ensure the safety of the tourists under his watch on that fateful day.
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MIRI: The helicopter carrying the body of 20-year-old guide Roviezal Robin, who was found inside Deer Cave in Mulu National Park, touched down at Miri Hospital at 3.13pm today.
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MIRI: The helicopter carrying the body of 20-year-old guide Roviezal Robin, who was found at the Deer Cave in Mulu National Park, touched down at Miri Hospital at 3.13pm today.
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MIRI: Search-and-rescue teams have confirmed the body found in the Deer Cave in Mulu National Park is that of missing tour guide Roviezal Robin, 20.
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MIRI, MALAYSIA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysian search and rescue teams on Monday (July 15) have found a body inside a popular cave in Malaysia's Mulu National Park.
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MIRI: Search and rescue teams have found a body inside the Deer Cave in Mulu National Park, believed to be that of missing tour guide Roviezal Robin.
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MIRI: Search and rescue teams have discovered a 75-metre passageway and a deep, dark pool beneath the Deer Cave at the Mulu National Park.
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SAR team searching the river for Roviezal.
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MIRI, MALAYSIA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Five search-and-rescue teams are combing the dark and treacherous underground river of the Deer Cave in Mulu National Park on Sunday (July 14) morning.
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MIRI: Five search-and-rescue teams are combing the dark and treacherous underground river of the Deer Cave in Mulu National Park on Sunday morning (July 14).
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WASHINGTON • The US House of Representatives on Friday voted to restrict President Donald Trump's ability to attack Iran, fearing that his hawkish policies are pushing the country towards a needless...
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MIRI: Heavy downpour has forced the search and rescue (SAR) operation to locate a local tour guide reported missing after being swept away by strong currents at the Deer Cave, Mulu National Park, temp...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Flash floods killed a Dutch tourist in a popular cave located in the rugged Mulu National Park on Malaysia's Borneo island, an official said Saturday (Jul 13), as a search continues for...
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KUCHING: The federal government has been urged to set up a fast response team to deal with emergencies in the caves and highland areas following the death of a tourist at Mulu National Park.
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MIRI: The foreign tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in the Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) in the Mulu National Park and was found dead at 6.40am today was a Dutch national and not a German.
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MIRI  (July 13): The foreign tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in the Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) in the Mulu National Park and was found dead at 6.40 am today was a Dutch national an...
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MIRI (July 13): A German tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) in the Mulu National Park was found dead at 7 a.m. today.
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MIRI: A tourist from Holland, Peter Hans Hoverkamp, 66, was found drowned in a river inside a cave in Mulu National Park on Saturday (July 13).
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MIRI: A German tourist reported missing during a flash flood at Gua Rusa (Deer Cave) at Mulu National Park was found dead at 7am today.
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MIRI: A German tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) in the Mulu National Park was found dead at 7am today.
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File photo of Deer Cave at Mulu National Park.
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A German tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in Gua Rusa (Deer Cave) in the Mulu National Park in Sarawak was found dead at 7am today.
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MIRI (Bernama): A German tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) at the Mulu National Park was found dead at 7am on Saturday (July 13).
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MIRI, July 13 — A German tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) in the Mulu National Park was found dead at 7am today.
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JULY 8 — These past few weeks, I can’t seem to shake off several haunting photographs.
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MIRI: A documentary on the massive forest clearing happening on land adjacent to Mulu National Park in northern Sarawak have been released to the public in Europe.
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The Sarawak governor’s office has reiterated that the MACC has exonerated Abdul Taib Mahmud of any wrongdoing, in the wake of the latter being linked by an environmental activist group to an alleged...
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MIRI: Swiss environmental-activist group Bruno Manser Foundation has brought a group of Penans from Mulu National Park to Europe to stage public demonstrations.
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PETALING JAYA: A delegation of indigenous representatives from Sarawak is currently in Europe to “expose the Malaysian palm oil industry’s detrimental practices”, the Swiss-based Bruno Manser Fu...
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KUCHING: The Sarawak government has denied that oil palm plantation activities are threatening the Mulu National Park, and urged locals not to support a campaign to stop logging works by a company in ...
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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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KUCHING: A 1km buffer zone will be imposed along the common border between Mulu National Park and a provisional lease (PL) area issued to a plantation company, says a Sarawak assistant minister.
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MIRI: Residents living in and around Mulu National Park in northern Sarawak have run out of drinking water as their taps have gone dry.
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MIRI: The controversy over the massive forest-clearing adjacent to Mulu National Park in northern Sarawak has taken a new twist.
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PETALING JAYA: A US-based environmental group has flagged a Malaysian palm oil group, accusing it of links to a palm oil concessionaire involved in logging near a Unesco World Heritage site in Sarawak...
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The Sarawak Forestry Department has been told to suspend the logging permit issued to an oil palm company that was clearing land next to the Mulu National Park.
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MIRI: The Sarawak Forestry Department has been told to suspend the logging permit issued to an oil palm company that was clearing land next to the Mulu National Park.
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MIRI: Fresh confrontations have erupted between native communities and workers of an oil palm company at the fringes of Mulu National Park in northern Sarawak.
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KUCHING: An Orang Asli activist has urged the state government to look into the encroachment of a local oil palm company on native land near Mulu National Park.
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A group claims that logging activities by a Malaysian oil palm company near the Mulu National Park in Sarawak are still rampant despite its concession coming under Putrajaya's radar.
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MIRI: Penan and Berawan people from the interior of northern Sarawak gathered here to protest alleged forest clearing at the fringes of the Mulu National Park by a plantation.
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MIRI: Disputes over forest clearing for oil palm plantation development next to the Mulu National Park are getting messy, says the Sarawak Society for Rights of Indigenous Peoples of Sarawak (SCRIPS).
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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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Logging activities by a Malaysian oil palm company near the Mulu National Park have intensified despite its concession coming under Putrajaya's radar.
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MIRI: A police report has been lodged by the Berawan natives of Kampung Melinau at Mulu National Park over the desecration of the community's 300-year-old graves.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok today expressed concern over land being cleared for an oil palm plantation in the vicinity of the Mulu National Park in Sarawak.
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Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok is "very concerned" by reports that an oil palm plantation is being developed near the Mulu National Park in Sarawak.
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MIRI: (Feb 21) Sarawak deputy state assembly speaker Datuk Gerawat Gala has given official notice to an oil-palm plantation giant to immediately stop theclearing the forests at the fringes of Mulu National Park.
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MIRI: The clearing of forests at the fringes of Mulu National Park have been halted – for now – following widespread human blockades by the native Penan and Berawan ethnic communities over the past few days.
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MIRI: Ground surveys by Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) show that vast areas of forests adjacent to the Mulu National Park have already been cut down.
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MIRI: A protest by Sarawak natives against forest clearing by a plantation firm is gathering momentum at the fringes of the Mulu National Park in interior northern Sarawak.
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Environmental NGO Bruno Manser Fund (BMF) has called for a moratorium on logging activities for a planned oil palm plantation in the vicinity of the Mulu National Park in Sarawak.
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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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PETALING JAYA: Sarawak stands to lose an estimated RM5 million after it was stripped of its rights to host an international swim meet as a result of Putrajaya’s decision to ban Israeli athletes in t...