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KUCHING: Sarawak has denied the federal government’s claim that it has not allocated land to build affordable houses, saying it handed over 495ha in June last year.
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KUCHING, June 24 — State Minister of Local Government and Housing Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian today denied claims by his federal counterpart, Zuraida Kamaruddin, that the state government has yet to hand ...
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SIBU: Abdul Aziz Ibrahim says his son, Haziq Abdullah Aziz, called him several days ago with the message: “Dad, I am okay. Do not worry about me”.
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(From third left) Voon, Nurhanim, Zuraida, Ling and others gather for a group photo during the event in Sibu.
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(From left) Liwan and Sikie are briefed on the upgrading project during their visit to Tatau water treatment plant.
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Zuraida (seated centre), is flanked by Khirudin and Tiong (right) in a photo call with Bomba personnel at the Sungai Merah fire station.
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SIBU: The housing and local government ministry has called on the Sarawak government to allocate suitable land to the ministry to build more affordable houses in the state.
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SIBU: The Housing and Local Government Ministry (KPKT) calls on the Sarawak government to allocate suitable land to the ministry to build more affordable houses in the state.
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Zuraida inspects the guard of honour during his official visit to the Sungai Merah fire station here.
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Zuraida (second right) fields questions from the media, while (from left to right) Tiong, Khirudin and Nurhanim Hanna look on.
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SIBU: Sarawak is the only state where the Housing and Local Government Ministry has not been able to implement affordable housing scheme due to teething problems in land allocation for the project, says its minister, Zuraida Kamaruddin.
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SIBU: The Sarawak Finance and Economic Planning Ministry has claimed that the statement made by Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng that the state will go bankrupt in three years if it continues to be ruled by Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) as totally misleading and politically motivated.
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SIBU: A 33-year-old clerk lodged a police report yesterday, claiming to have lost RM13,300 in a Facebook love scam.
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SIBU: A fireman from the Sibu Sentral Fire and Rescue Station died after an operation to catch a snake at Taman Permai, here at 4am today.
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SIBU: Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) vice president Dr Annuar Rapaee has denied that the party is eyeing the Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) chairmanship with the term of local government councill...
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SIBU, June 20 — The police have arrested a 52-year-old man who slashed his daughter’s boyfriend with a machete after he was allegedly asked to settle a debt of RM30,000. The victim was attacked at...
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SIBU: Some 90 logs worth about RM282,500, believed to be from illegal logging activities, were seized in a joint operation by the authorities in Bintangor yesterday.
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SIBU - A 52-year-old man has been detained by the police after he was reported to have slashed his future son-in-law after he was asked to repay a debt.
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SINGAPORE: The Sarawak state government is hoping to boost its economic ties with Singapore following the opening of a tourism and trade office at Robinson Road, said chief minister Abang Johari Open...
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SIBU: A businessman and his friend got a raw deal when they were cheated of RM332,702.00, after investing their money in a non-existent business.
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SIBU: A 52-year-old man has been detained by the police after he was reported to have slashed his future son-in-law after he was asked to repay a debt.
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SIBU: Public tip-off led to the seizure of 90 illegal timber logs worth RM282,500 by a team of enforcement led by 10th Batallion General Operation Force (GOF) on Wednesday (June 19).
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SIBU: A lance corporal who returned to work after being suspended from duty for committing various offences shot himself to death with a police-issued submachine gun in front of his colleagues at the Bintulu police station.
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SIBU: A 48-year lance corporal shot himself dead in front of his shocked colleagues at the Bintulu police station early Wednesday (June 19).
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SIBU: A 48-year lance corporal shot himself dead in front of his shocked colleagues at the Bintulu police station early Wednesday (June 19).
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KUALA LUMPUR: South Korea largest fried chicken chain, NeNe Chicken has further expanded by opening three new outlets, bringing its total outlets to seven currently.
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Abdul Razak Joni MIRI: The Sarawak Bumiputera Chamber of Entrepreneurs (DUBS) Miri has welcomed the announcement by Cahya Mata Sarawak Bhd’s (CMS) cement division CMS Cement Industries Sdn Bhd (CMS...
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SIBU: A 26-year-old jobless man was arrested for allegedly attempting to murder a policeman when an anti-narcotic police team raided his residence.
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SIBU: The Sarawak state legislative assembly has been told to appoint an Opposition assemblyman to head its Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to serve as check and balance to the state government.
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This photo, taken on June 13, shows a trader pointing at a section of the gutter that always leaks during rainy days.
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Sayed Azmee (squatting third left) and Morris (fourth left) perform Ngiling Bidai ceremony as teachers and PTA members look on.
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SIBU: A bank's chief cashier has been arrested for allegedly committing criminal breach of trust involving RM70,467 belonging to a mosque.
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SIBU: Two men from Sarawak have been arrested in South Korea for allegedly being involved in illegal voice phishing, said Bukit Assek assemblyman Irene Chang
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The inundated section of SK Sungai Buloh in Selangau yesterday.
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Abang Johari (right), together with (from left) Dr Annuar, Juma’ani, Julaihi, Fadillah and Uggah symbolically declares open the Gawai Raya gathering.
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SIBU: A female accountant caused her company to suffer RM240,000 in losses when scammers sent a letter of instruction for payment of vehicle engine oil using a false email account.
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An aerial photo of the reserved area shows the tracks of heavy machinery.
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Abang Johari (centre) is seen at Dr Annuar’s (second left) open house.
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SIBU: Four people have been arrested for the alleged armed robbery of a 52-year-old man of RM800.
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KUCHING: Newly elected president of Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) Voon Lee Shan has clarified that he was dismissed from Sarawak DAP on the eve of nomination day for the 2011 state election.
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KUCHING: Newly elected president of Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) Voon Lee Shan said he was dismissed by Sarawak DAP on the eve of nomination day for the 2011 state election.
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MIRI: The Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) has rescued two endangered eagles and a slow loris, also seizing dozens of turtle eggs.
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KUCHING: Newly elected president of Parti Bumi Kenyalang (PBK) Voon Lee Shan is asked to explain his stand on the DAP as he is still a party member.
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SIBU: The police are on the hunt for three men who allegedly robbed a 52-year-old man of RM800 when he sought sex with a prostitute.
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SIBU: Passengers of an express boat, which was about to depart from the Song terminal, panicked after noticing thick smoke emitting from the engine room.
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SIBU: A 39-year-old mechanic is believed to have committed suicide after telling a friend that he would be going to a "faraway place".
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SONG, June 8 ― A family of 10 cheated death when the four-wheel-drive vehicle they were travelling in skidded and overturned along the Song-Kanowit logging trail at about 4pm yesterday.
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SONG-KANOWIT: A family of 10 cheated death when the four-wheel-drive vehicle they were travelling in skidded and overturned along the Song-Kanowit logging trail at about 4pm yesterday.
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PETALING JAYA: While Malay­sians are preparing to return to the cities after the Hari Raya break and school holidays, the heavy thunderstorms and rain may make for less-than-ideal conditions for travellers on the road.
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PETALING JAYA: Bring along an um­­brella when you go open house visiting this week because it is going to be a rainy Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
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MUKAH: The Sarawak Songket Weaving Centre has what seems like a peculiar prerequisite for people who wish to take up songket weaving.
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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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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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A SIMPLE story can sometimes be heart-warming and uplifting, especially when it ends happily.
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SIBU: Students who were taught by Yap Hue Ling (pic), who fainted while giving additional Mandarin lessons in school before dying at the Sibu Hospital, described her as a dedicated teacher.
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KUCHING: The death of a teacher who gave additional lessons at school in Sibu was not work-related, a family member said.
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SIBU: The secondary school teacher who died at the Sibu Hospital's intensive care unit had her liver and kidney successfully harvested during an operation performed by doctors from Kuala Lumpur.
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Education Minister Maszlee Malik took to Twitter to express his grief over the death of a secondary school teacher in Sabah.
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KUCHING, May 31 — The bodies of two children, who failed to resurface after diving into a river near a longhouse in Sibu two days ago, have been found by a search and rescue (SAR) team this morning.
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SIBU: The remaining two bodies of the three teenagers feared drowned two days ago while swimming in Sungai Nanga Tutus, Igan, have been found early Friday morning (May 31).
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KUCHING, May 30 ― The body of a girl who disappeared underwater after she and two other children had dived into a river near a longhouse in Sibu yesterday, has been found, Sungai Merah Fire and Resc...
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SIBU: The body of one of the three teenagers who were feared drowned on Wednesday (May 29) while swimming in Sungai Nanga Tutus, Igan, has been found.
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SIBU: A secondary school teacher, who was admitted to the intensive care unit of Sibu Hospital after she fainted while giving additional lessons in school, has died.
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KUCHING, 29 — A search and rescue (SAR) team has been engaged to find three children after they disappeared underwater having jumped into a river near a longhouse in Sibu late this afternoon, a spok...
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SIBU: Three teenagers are feared drowned after going missing while swimming in Sungai Nanga Tutus on Wednesday (May 29).
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KUCHING: The Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) has come up with special joint Gawai-Raya money packets to celebrate the combined festivities of Gawai Dayak and Hari Raya Aidilfitri next month.
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SIBU: Fast action by the police resulted in the arrest of a man who had grabbed his one-year girl and run away, allegedly while under the influence of drugs.
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SIBU: Thanks to the state government, the Sibu Sikh Temple (Gurdwara Sahib Sibu) will have its hostel for worshippers soon.
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SIBU: Thanks to the state government, the Sibu Sikh Temple (Gurdwara Sahib Sibu) will have its hostel for worshippers soon.
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PETALING JAYA: A secondary school teacher has been admitted to the intensive care unit of a Sibu hospital after fainting while giving additional lessons in school on Monday (May 27).
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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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SIBU (Bernama): The Festive Season Price Control Scheme (FSPCS) for Gawai Dayak (Dayak Festival) in Sarawak and Kaamatan (harvest festival) in Sabah has been extended to 14 days this year compared to only seven days previously.
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KUCHING: It was all smiles for 20-year-old Gloria Malong when she was crowned this year’s Sarawak Dayak National Union Kumang Gawai (Gawai beauty queen).
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SIBU: The Sarawak state government will be giving a RM10 subsidy to express boat passengers in conjunction with the upcoming Gawai Dayak and Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations.
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 24): Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom) is going to release the consultation paper for the new passenger services charges (PSC) rate in June this year, before announcing the new ...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Jay Tiasa Holdings Bhd said net loss widened to RM125.3mil in the third quarter ended March 31 compared with RM48.6mil loss made a year ago.
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SIBU: Contraband cigarette and beer worth a total of RM337,166, inclusive of tax, were seized by members of 10th Battalion General Operation Force (GOF) during Ops Libas conducted on premises in Selangau, about one hour's drive from here.
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SIBU: A jobless man has been taken into custody on suspicion of assaulting his father using a water hose after he was told not to go out and disturb his neighbours.
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SIBU: A roti canai maker has been arrested for the alleged sexual assault of a five-year old girl.
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SIBU: SJKC Kiew Nang, an independent Chinese primary school here, suffered a major blow Tuesday (May 21) when its canteen was razed while its administrative block was 70% destroyed in an afternoon fire.
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SIBU: The magistrate's court here sentenced a 52-year-old man to two years' jail on Tuesday (May 21), for carrying out a job scam.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Pansar Bhd, EcoFirst Consolidated Bhd, Securemetric Bhd, Kumpulan Perangsang Selangor Bhd (KPS), Yong Tai Bhd and Dayang Enterprise Holdings Bhd are among the stocks to watch on Tuesday.
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SIBU, May 18 — Businessman Bobby William has been elected the new president of Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS Baru) at its triennial delegates conference (TDC) held today.
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PETALING JAYA: Pakatan Harapan leaders have dismissed Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah’s talk of possible snap polls, saying that the coalition still has majority support.
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 17): Based on corporate announcements and news flow today, stocks in focus for Tuesday (May 21) may include the following: Pansar Bhd, Matrix Concepts Bhd, Malaysia Airports Holdings...
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 17): Sarawak-based engineering solutions provider Pansar Bhd has won a RM77.7 million contract to undertake flood mitigation work in Sibu.
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KUCHING: Engineering solutions provider, Pansar Bhd has secured the Sibu Flood Mitigation Project Phase 3 contract worth RM78mil from Kiasan Engineering Sdn Bhd.
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KUCHING (May 17): The RM11 billion worth of projects, involving the Coastal Road Network and Second Trunk Road, will be implemented on open-tender basis, said Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr James Je...
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SIBU: Chairman of the Umno Council of Advisors Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah's exhortation to party members to get ready for a snap general election is just a "desperate" move to get Umno and PAS members to unite, says DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang.
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KUCHING (May 16): The RM11 billion worth of projects, involving the Coastal Road Network and Second Trunk Road, will be implemented on open-tender basis, said Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr James Je...
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KUCHING: The RM11 billion worth of projects, involving the Coastal Road Network and Second Trunk Road, will be implemented on open-tender basis, said Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr James Jemut Masin...
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SIBU: A shipyard worker from Indonesia is feared to have drowned after he slipped and fell into the Rajang River along Jalan Ulu Lanang on Wednesday (May 15)
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SIBU: The collaged picture of three suspected members of a Islamic State (IS) terror cell wanted by the authorities for planning a jihadist suicide attack during this month of Ramadan have been circul...
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BINTULU, May 16 ― The message that was viralled in the social media claiming that the Daesh group had infiltrated Sarawak and planned to bomb churches in Bintulu was not true.
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BINTULU: The message that was viralled in the social media claiming that the Daesh group had infiltrated Sarawak and planned to bomb churches in Bintulu was not true.
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SIBU: The collaged picture of three suspected members of a terror cell “Islamic State” wanted by the authorities in the country for planning jihadist suicide attack during this month of Ramadan ha...
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SIBU: Police have advised the public to stop circulating a message about three Islamic State members out to attack churches in Sibu and Bintulu.
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SIBU: Police are hunting a Chinese national who they believe is a member of a gang cheating locals of their money and jewelleries with a prayer scam that supposedly rids them of bad luck.
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SIBU: A Chinese national has been arrested for allegedly cheating a middle-aged local woman of her jewellery worth RM20,000.
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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.