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Malacca set to overcome water supply disruptions: Chief Minister
MALACCA (Sept 19): The Malacca State Government has provided a medium and long-term plan to address the shortage of water supply in the state, especially during droughts in the future, said Chief Mini...
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Melaka set to overcome water supply disruptions, says chief minister
MELAKA, Sept 19 ― The Melaka state government has provided a medium and long-term plan to address the shortage of water supply in the state, especially during droughts in the future, said Chief Mini...
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Melaka set to overcome water supply disruptions — Chief Minister
MELAKA (Sept 18): The Malacca State Government has provided a medium and long-term plan to address the shortage of water supply in the State, especially during droughts in the future, said Chief Minis...
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State assemblymen: Don’t politicise dilapidated schools issue, issue directive to begin repairs now
A file photo taken in March this year, of the dilapidated condition of SK Nanga Tau, Tatau.
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Kpg Badul weekend market set to be another attraction
Harry (left) launches the village logo by putting his signature along the dotted lines.
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More roads in Bau to be named after late assemblymen — Miro
Henry unveils the road sign for the newly-named Jalan Dr Patau Rubis.
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One of two puppies who bit two kids had rabies; search ongoing for other pup
KUCHING: One of two puppies which recently bit two children from Tasik Biru in Bau near here has tested positive for rabies.
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Rabies-infected puppy on the loose in Tasik Biru after biting two children
A photo of the puppies provided by the department.
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Manyin: GPS can sweep all 8 Bidayuh seats in next polls
Dato Sri Michael Manyin Jawong – File photo KUCHING: PBB senior vice president Dato Sri Michael Manyin believes Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) can secure all eight Bidayuh-majority seats in the next ...
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Malacca welcomes federal govt’s decision to waive state water debt: Adly
MALACCA: The federal government’s move to write off loans for the rural water supply project has allowed the development of water supply from Tasik Biru, Chinchin near Jasin to the Durian Tunggal da...
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Chief minister: Melaka welcomes federal govt’s decision to waive state water debt
MELAKA, May 29 — The federal government’s move to write off loans for the rural water supply project has allowed the development of water supply from Tasik Biru, Chinchin near Jasin to the Durian ...
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PH axed projects meant for basic needs, say Sarawak leaders
KUCHING: Sarawak leaders, chiding DAP for labelling Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) a “crybaby” over the cancellation of development projects, said that the projects were the basic needs of the peopl...
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Sarawak offers to repay RM1 billion Federal debt via contra payment
KUCHING (May 3): The Sarawak Government is serious in resolving the problem of dilapidated schools urgently and has offered to repay RM1 billion of its debt to the Federal Government through contra pa...
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Sarawak offers to repay RM1b federal debt via contra payment
KUCHING: The Sarawak government is serious in resolving the problem of dilapidated schools urgently and has offered to repay RM1 billion of its debt to the federal government through contra payment.
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Sarawak lawmaker wants free flow of Indonesian traders into border village stemmed
KUCHING, May 2 — A Sarawak state lawmaker today called on the federal government to tighten security at the border village of Serikin in Bau district to prevent Indonesian traders from freely plying...
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