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Topic: Sibu Airport

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SIBU: Transport Minister Anthony Loke and his subordinates need to answer for the runway light failure that happened at Sibu airport on Tuesday (Aug 13), says Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing.
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Passengers checking their flight information at Sibu Airport.
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Sibu Airport’s FIDS displaying information showing that 12 flights that was cancelled last night.
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SIBU, Aug 13 — Twelve flights were cancelled as at 7pm tonight following runway lighting faults at Sibu Airport.
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SIBU: Twelve flights were cancelled as at 7pm tonight following runway lighting faults at Sibu Airport.
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Sibu Airport’s FIDS displaying information showing that 12 flights have been cancelled so far.
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SINGAPORE (March 22): Sarawakian Michael anak Garing has been executed at Changi Prison here this morning, according to the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore today.
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PETALING JAYA: Singapore today executed Sarawakian Michael Garing, the second Malaysian to be sent to the gallows in the city-state after Prabu N Pathmanathan last October.
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SINGAPORE, March 22 — Sarawakian Michael anak Garing has been executed at Changi Prison here this morning, according to the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore today.
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SIBU: A man was charged in the Sibu magistrate’s court here today, with five counts of cheating five individuals involving non-existent logging jobs in Liberia in January, this year.
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KUCHING: The Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE), apart from being a centre of economic growth, also features an airport in Tanjung Manis, Mukah, certified by the Civil Aviation Authority of ...
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KUCHING: One of the three suspects in the Cambodia job scam case has been arrested last night.
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SIBU: Two people have been arrested in connection with a scam where eight Sarawakians were sent to Liberia, purportedly to work in logging camp for RM9,000 a month.
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SIBU: One of the eight Malaysians who returned home yesterday after falling victim to a job scam in Liberia said a businessman had brought them to the African state but abandoned them when his plan to...
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SIBU, March 5 — “One of our taukehs failed to strike a business deal so he fled and left us,” revealed Enyang anak Ato, 66, one of the eight Malaysians who were stranded in Monrovia, Liberia sin...
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SIBU: The eight Malaysians, who were stranded in Monrovia, Liberia since Feb 4 after they were cheated by a job syndicate have arrived at Sibu Airport following a flight from KLIA.
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THE seizure of live baby crocodiles at Sibu airport, “Fishy shipment sniffed out” (Sunday Star, Jan 13), is not a new incident.
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SIBU: Quick action by officers at Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) stopped five baby crocodiles from being shipped out of Sibu Airport in contravention of Sarawak wildlife laws.