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Cloud seeding starts in S’wak
KUCHING: Cloud-seeding operations got underway in Sarawak as the air pollutant index in Sri Aman climbed to hazardous levels again.
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Cloud seeding operation begins in Sarawak
KUCHING: The cloud seeding operation will be carried out in several areas in Sarawak today with the help of a Charlie 130 Hercules belonging to the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF). Sarawak Deputy Ch...
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Cloud seeding operation begins, slight decrease in API after short bouts of rain (Video)
KUCHING: A cloud seeding operation involving the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) and the Malaysian Meteorological Department took flight today in hopes of alleviating the effects of the haze currentl...
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Cloud-seeding begins in Sarawak to ease hazy conditions
KUCHING: Cloud-seeding operations will be carried out in several areas in Sarawak today with the help of a Charlie 130 Hercules belonging to the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF). Sarawak Deputy Chief ...
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Cloud seeding operation begins in Sarawak today
KUCHING, Sept 20 — Cloud seeding will be carried out in several areas in Sarawak today with the help of a Charlie 130 Hercules belonging to the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF). Sarawak Deputy Chi...
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Cloud seeding operation to be carried out over Kuching today
Uggah briefing reporters on the cloud seeding operation.
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Over a thousand schools closed in Sarawak due to haze
Selangor recorded the highest number of schools that were closed at 538 in the county, after API readings shot up above 200.
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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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Haze: 809 schools ordered closed due to worsening haze in Sarawak
A total of 809 schools in 17 districts were ordered to close today due to the worsening haze in Sarawak.
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DBNA committed to safeguarding NCR land
Manyin (seated centre) is flanked by Ik Pahon (right) and John at the dialogue.
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Serian wants its own air quality monitoring station
The thick haze at a stretch of Pan Borneo Highway road under construction in Serian.
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Urgent need for air quality monitoring station in Serian, Tebedu
Photo shows the thick haze along a stretch of the Pan Borneo Highway road under construction in Serian.
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MetMalaysia carrying out cloud seeding operations over Sarawak’s skies to fight haze
KUCHING: A cloud seeding operation will be carried out today to lessen the effects of the ongoing haze situation in Sarawak.
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Haze forces closure of schools in nine Sarawak districts
KUCHING: Schools in nine districts in Sarawak have been ordered to close due to the worsening haze as at 6pm yesterday.
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Haze forces closure of schools in nine Sarawak districts (Updated)
KUCHING (Sept 10): State deputy education director Abang Mat Ali Abang Masagus said the districts were.
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Sarawak closes 409 schools in state due to haze, but says UPSR to continue
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 — The thick haze blowing across Sarawak has forced the closure of 409 schools in nine districts, of which 347 are at the primary level.
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157,479 students affected by school closures in haze hit Sarawak, UPSR exams conducted smoothly
UPSR candidates don face masks as they sit for the examinations despite the haze and unhealthy air quality levels.
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Unhealthy air quality at 5 spots in Selangor
SHAH ALAM: Five areas in Selangor recorded unhealthy air pollutant index (API) readings as of 10am today.
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409 schools in Sarawak closed due to haze
KUCHING: Some 409 schools in Sarawak have been ordered to close on Tuesday (Sept 10) due to the haze.
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Haze forces closure of schools in eight Sarawak districts
KUCHING (Sept 10): Schools in eight districts in Sarawak have been ordered to close due to the worsening haze as at 6pm yesterday.
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Schools in 8 Sarawak districts forced to close due to haze
Schools in eight districts in Sarawak have been ordered to close due to the worsening haze as at 6pm yesterday.
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Haze forces closure of schools in eight Sarawak districts
KUCHING (Sept 10): Schools in eight districts in Sarawak have been ordered to close due to the worsening haze as at 6pm yesterday.
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79 schools in Kuching closed due to haze, says state Education Dept
A security guard at SK Gita in Kuching closes the school gate after school all the UPSR students have entered the school.
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Haze: Earliest possible date for cloud seeding in S’wak is Thursday, says Uggah
KUCHING: The earliest possible date for cloud seeding to be done in Sarawak is this Thursday, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas (pix).
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Uggah: Earliest possible date for cloud seeding in Sarawak is Thursday
KUCHING (Sept 9): The earliest possible date for cloud seeding to be done in Sarawak is this Thursday, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas.
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DCM: Earliest possible date for cloud seeding in S'wak is Thursday
The earliest possible date for cloud seeding to be done in Sarawak is this Thursday, said Deputy Chief Minister Douglas Uggah Embas.
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Uggah: Cloud seeding can only be carried out earliest on Thursday
Uggah speaking to reporters after attending the State-level official birthday celebration of the 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah in Serian today.
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Haze: Earliest possible date for cloud seeding in S'wak is Thursday (Sept 12), says Deputy CM
KUCHING (Bernama): The earliest possible date for cloud seeding to be done in Sarawak is this Thursday (Sept 12), says Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas.
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Earliest possible date for cloud seeding in Sarawak is Sept 12, says deputy CM
KUCHING, Sept 9 — The earliest possible date for cloud seeding to be done in Sarawak is this Thursday, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas.
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Education Ministry monitoring haze situation in Sarawak closely as pupils sit for UPSR exams
PASIR GUDANG: The Education Ministry is monitoring the haze situation closely in Sarawak, especially on health issues involving students currently sitting for the UPSR...
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UPSR to continue despite rising API with students required to wear face masks, schools will close if API breaches 300
Ismail (front, center) alongside Abang Mat (front, left) and Justine (front, right) addressing the press during the presentation of the face masks.
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Haze: Face masks distributed to USPR candidates in Sarawak
MIRI: Students sitting for Mathematics and Science papers of the Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) examination in the areas affected by haze in Sarawak next week, will be provided face masks as a ...
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UPSR candidates in haze-affected areas to be given face masks
MIRI: Students sitting for the Mathematics and Science papers in the Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) examination in areas affected by the haze in Sarawak next week will be provided face masks as...
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UPSR will go on even if API crosses 200 in Sarawak, students to get face masks
MIRI, Sept 7 — Students sitting for Mathematics and Science papers of the Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) examination in the areas affected by haze in Sarawak next week, will be provided face ...
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UPSR exams to go on in smog-hit Sarawak even if API reading exceeds 201
MIRI (Bernama): Students sitting for the Mathematics and Science papers of the Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) examination in areas affected by haze in Sarawak...
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Haze: Face masks distributed to UPSR candidates in Sarawak
MIRI (Sept 7): Students sitting for Mathematics and Science papers of the Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) examination in the areas affected by haze in Sarawak next week, will be provided face m...
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Six areas in Sarawak record unhealthy API
MIRI (Sept 6): Six areas in Sarawak recorded unhealthy Air Pollutant Index (API) readings compared to three yesterday with Sri Aman having the highest reading at 166 as at 9 am this morning.
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Six areas in Sarawak record unhealthy API
MIRI: Six areas in Sarawak recorded unhealthy Air Pollutant Index (API) readings compared to three yesterday with Sri Aman having the highest reading at 166 as at 9am this morning.
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Haze hits six districts in Sarawak, visibility below 1km in Kuching
MIRI - Six districts in the Malaysian state of Sarawak were covered in smog on Friday (Sept 6) morning, with air quality surging to unhealthy levels due to local burning and smoke from Indonesia's Kal...
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Six areas in Sarawak record unhealthy API
MIRI (Sept 6): Six areas in Sarawak recorded unhealthy Air Pollutant Index (API) readings compared to three yesterday with Sri Aman having the highest reading at 166 as at 9 am this morning.
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Smog hits six districts in Sarawak, visibility below 1km in Kuching
MIRI: The Air Pollutant Index (API) has surged to unhealthy levels in six districts in Sarawak on Friday (Sept 6) morning.
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Six areas in Sarawak record unhealthy API
Six areas in Sarawak recorded unhealthy Air Pollutant Index (API) readings compared to three yesterday with Sri Aman having the highest reading at 166 as at 9am this morning.
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Six areas in Sarawak record unhealthy API
MIRI, Sept 6 — Six areas in Sarawak recorded unhealthy Air Pollutant Index (API) readings compared to three yesterday with Sri Aman having the highest reading at 166 as at 9am this morning.
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140 stray dogs destroyed in week-long ‘Ops Rabies’
KAPIT: The week-long ‘Ops Rabies’ has destroyed 140 stray dogs in Kapit and Bukit Mabong districts.
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Farmer ordered to defend himself for murdering wife
KUCHING: The High Court here yesterday ordered a farmer to defend himself on an allegation of killing his 36-year-old Indonesian wife, who was slashed to death earlier this year.
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PKR MP asks Sarawak DCM to clarify on MACC’s arrests of three senior officers of a land agency
KUCHING, Sept 4 — PKR’s Saratok Member of Parliament Ali Biju today urged Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah to clarify if the arrests of three senior officers and a businessman by the...
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DAP man highlights plight of poor villager in Siburan
Junaydy in the sitting room of his house.
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Sarawak’s Pride project still needs 400 short stories to enter records book
Abang Johari (centre) cuts the ribbon to mark the opening of ‘Sarawak’s Pride’ exhibition at Sarikei Central Hall.
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LePaPa Hypermarket opens in Serian
Awang Tengah (third right), flanked by Mussen (second right) and Lee, leads the ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of the hypermarket.
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Masterplan for Serian in place as gateway to travellers from Kalimantan, Indonesia
Tengah (middle) , Tecktonic & Sons managing director Lee Chin Teck (fourth right), Mussen (third right) and others flash a thumbs-up up just outside the LePaPa Hypermarket.
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Repair works on dilapidated schools to be completed by year’s end, says Sarawak CM
KUCHING, Aug 28 — Repair works on 37 dilapidated schools in Sarawak are expected to be completed by the end of this year, Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg said today.
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More women willing to join extremist groups
ALOR SETAR: Police believe that more women are now willing to join terrorist groups and even agree to become suicide bombers.
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Seek ways to promote NTFP overseas, Forest Dept told
Len (third left) posing with the proud grand prize winner, Halimah Rahmat, 52, from Pusa.
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Dengue cases in Sarawak record astronomical rise of 270 per cent
An Aedes Aegypti mosquito on human skin.
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250kg crocodile subdued by Bomba in Serian
The crocodile, which had a unique tan color, was subdued successfully by Bomba personnel.
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Man arrested for allegedly raping, molesting seven-year-old niece
The suspect (third right) was arrested by the police at his house last night.
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Woman, four kids escape serious injury in Kuching crash
KUCHING, Aug 13 — A woman and her four children escaped injury after a car they were travelling went down a slope at KM29 Kuching-Serian highway here this morning.
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In Kuching’s shadow, a life of poverty and little hope
KUCHING: They came to Kuching in hopes of a better life, but now eke out a bare existence with little money and not much to show for their hopes, huddled in a little village just a kilometre from the ...
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Sarawak youths urged to choose army career
SERIAN: The army wants more Sarawak youths to make a career with it, said Eastern Field Commander Leftenan Jeneral Datuk Wira Zamrose Mohd Zain yesterday.
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Manyin challenges SDC to grade public toilets
Manyin (seated fifth right) in a group photo with the councillors and guests.
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Married couple perish in accident at KM77 Jalan Kuching-Sri Aman
The damaged car at the scene of the fatal accident at KM77 Jalan Kuching – Sri Aman last night.
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S’wak CCID records 146 loan scam cases involving losses of RM1.25 mln
Supt. Mustafa Kamal Gani Abdullah – Bernama file photo KUCHING: The Sarawak Commercial Crime Investigations Department (CCID) has recorded a total of 146 loan scam cases as of Aug 3 this year with ...
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Sarawak on full alert for transboundary haze: Deputy CM
MIRI: Sarawak will start preparing for a possible transboundary haze episode that is expected to hit certain towns due to the ongoing forest fires in a neighbouring country.
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Sarawak girds for possible transboundary haze
MIRI: Sarawak will start preparing for a possible transboundary haze episode that is expected to hit certain towns due to the ongoing forest fires in a neighbouring country.
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Deputy CM: Sarawak on full alert for transboundary haze
MIRI, Aug 3 — Sarawak will start preparing for a possible transboundary haze episode that is expected to hit certain towns due to the ongoing forest fires in a neighbouring country.
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Indonesia forest fires spark haze warnings in Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR: The west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and western Sarawak have begun to experience haze due to forest fires in Indonesia, Malaysia’s Meteorological Department said on Thursday (Aug 1)...
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Health Ministry issues warning on emergence of haze
Following the emergence of the haze in several areas of the country caused by forest fires in Indonesia, the Ministry of Health is advising the people to cut down on outdoor physical activities.
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Health DG: Be careful over haze
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 1 — Following the emergence of the haze in several areas of the country caused by forest fires in Indonesia, Ministry of Health has advised the people to cut down on outdoor physic...
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Haze returns to west coast of peninsula, western Sarawak
KUALA LUMPUR: The haze returned today to the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and western Sarawak due to forest fires in six provinces in Indonesia.
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Owner of illegal cigarette store nabbed in Kampung Triboh, offered RM58,700 bribe to GOF personnel
Rosdi (right) shows some of the illicit cigarettes that were seized in Serian.
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Owner of illegal cigarette store nabbed, offered RM58,700 bribe to GOF personnel
Rosdi (right) shows some of the illicit cigarettes that were seized in Serian.
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Zuraida wants to meet Abg Johari on affordable housing matters
KUCHING: Federal Local Government and Housing Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin has said that she needs to meet Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg next month to discuss matters pertaining...
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Primary 1 pupils to have 20 periods of learning in English from next year – Manyin
Manyin (fourth left) shares a light moment with Richard (fourth right) during the event.
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New clinic at Siburan to ease congestion
KUCHING: A new health clinic is being built in Siburan near here in line with the Federal Government’s commitment to improving health facilities in Sarawak.
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Health Ministry wants JPA to increase job allocations for medical services professionals
SERIAN: The Ministry of Health (MOH) wants the Public Service Department (JPA) to increase the number of posts in the medical services due to the expansion of public health facilities nationwide.
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Deputy Health Minister: New clinics, health facilities planned for Sarawak
KUCHING: The Federal Government is committed to improving health facilities in Sarawak, with new clinics planned for construction over the next few years, says Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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Sarawak govt exploring latest Chinese train tech for greater Kuching’s urban transportation system, says CM
NANCHANG, July 25 — The state government is exploring the option of employing the latest train technology from China as a solution for greater Kuching urban transportation system, Chief Minister Dat...
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Teenager arrested in Serian for allegedly sodomising six-year-old boy
The teenager being arrested in Serian after he had allegedly sodomised a boy in his village.
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Mentally-challenged woman gives birth to baby of teen accused of raping her
File photo for illustration purposes KUCHING: A 24-year-old mentally-challenged woman has given birth to the child of a teenager whom her mother accused of raping her.
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Sarawak’s rich ethnicity full of diversity
DID you know that there are close to 30 different ethnic groups in Sarawak? Me neither! But yes, the Land of the Hornbills is so rich with diversity, little known facts about the state like these continue to surprise every day.
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Pillion rider succumbs to injuries in accident at Beratok
The motorcycle that was used by the victims.
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Four dead and six injured in four road accidents in S'wak
MIRI: The night and pre-dawn hours saw four people killed and six injured in four serious road accidents throughout Sarawak.
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CM confirms Wong’s resignation from his cabinet posts
SERIAN: Second Finance Minister Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh will leave his office after his leave, says Chief Minister Abang Johari Tun Openg.
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Sarawak CM: Wong Soon Koh’s resignation as Cabinet minister accepted
SERIAN, July 20 — Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg today said he has accepted the resignation of International Trade and e-Commerce Minister and second Minister of Finance Datuk Seri...
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Wong’s resignation from two ministerial posts accepted by CM, to take effect after leave
Wong’s (left) resignation from his two ministerial posts has been accepted by Abang Johari.
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Kpg Sebemban flood mitigation project tendered out — MP
KUCHING: The proposed flood mitigation project at Kampung Sebemban in Serian has been tendered out.
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Uggah: Six new areas in Sarawak declared as rabies infected
KUCHING, July 13 – Six new areas in Sarawak have been declared as rabies-infected areas, bringing to 63 the total number of areas declared as such since 2017.
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Rabies: Engkilili longhouse latest to be declared infected, bringing number of areas to 63
Pet owners getting their dogs vaccinated during mass free anti-rabies vaccination programme.
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Taee Internet centre holds Gawai-Raya do, welcomes Maxis CEO
Ogut (ninth right), Jacques (eighth right) and other Maxis officials and villagers pose in front of the Internet centre.
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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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STB launches WeChat profile to attract Chinese millennials to visit Sarawak
Lee (second left) shows the thumbs up after using his smartphone to scan the QR Code for the WeChat account.
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Motorcyclist killed in accident at KM12 Kota Samarahan-Mambong Road
The motorcycle used by the victim.
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Motorcyclist succumbs to injuries after accident
The motorcycle that is pinned under the lorry at the scene of the accident.
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Fifth phase anti-rabies ops from July 31 to Aug 4
KUCHING: The fifth phase of the anti-rabies operations for the Sri Aman, Lubok Antu and Betong districts will be conducted simultaneously from July 31 to Aug 4, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar D...
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Sarawak group to look into influx of people from western Asia
KUCHING: A Sarawak civic organisation is working on a study into the rising number of foreigners found in semi-rural areas of the state, while expressing its concerns about the impact of such an influ...
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RM50 million state allocation to grid–connect rural schools
KUCHING: An initial state allocation of RM50 million has been approved to grid–connect 113 schools with power supply under the Sarawak government’s Rural Transformation Project by 2020.
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Dr Rundi: Over 110 schools to enjoy grid-power supply
Dato Sri Dr Stephen Rundi Utom – File photo KUCHING: More than 110 schools are expected to benefit from grid power supply under Sarawak government’s Rural Transformation Project (RTP), said Utili...
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Take Putrajaya’s bankrupt warning seriously, Sarawak DAP tells state govt
KUCHING, June 23 — Sarawak DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen today defended minister Lim Guan Eng’s warning that the state could go bankrupt and see its reserves wiped out within three years if it con...
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Water disruption hits Serian due to burst pipes along Pan Borneo Highway project
File photo for illustration purposes KUCHING: Several areas in Serian division are expected to be affected by a water supply disruption due to burst water pipes during a pipeline alignment exercise c...
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Eight samples test positive for rabies
KUCHING: Eight of the 20 samples received by the State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (SVDL) in the first week of this month have tested positive for rabies.
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