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Topic: Sarawakians

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Sarawak may relax entry rules for Sabahans
KOTA KINABALU: Sarawak will “one day” consider relaxing its immigration requirements for Sabahans entering the state, says Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg.
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CM: State govt to intensify works to upgrade rural water supply facilities
Abang Johari (fifth left) cuts an anniversary cake with Dr Rundi (fourth left), Asfia (third left) and others during the event.
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Sarawak plans to develop e-commerce masterplan
KUCHING (Oct 15): Sarawak plans to develop eCommerce masterplan to capitalise on the emerging industry’s available potentials in its quest to make online business a serious venture for local entrepr...
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Sarawak to come out with state masterplan for e-commerce
KUCHING, Oct 15 ― Sarawak will develop a masterplan to help local entrepreneurs make the leap to electronic commerce, Chief Minister Datuk Abang Johari Openg said today.
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Sarawak CM says will relax entry rules for Sabahans if illegal immigration under control
KOTA KINABALU, Oct 15 — Sarawak could reconsider its stringent Immigration requirements for Sabahans entering the state, said Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.
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Budget 2020: Indians in Sarawak keen on entrepreneur scheme but want specific funds
MIRI: The Indians in Sarawak are keen to tap into the RM20mil federal funding in the Indian Entrepreneur Development Scheme proposed in Budget 2020.
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Sarawakians not ‘greedy beggars’, Nancy tells Guan Eng
KUALA LUMPUR: Sarawak MP Nancy Shukri slammed Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng today, accusing him of lying and insulting the people of the state by describing them as “greedy beggars”.
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Wong: PH govt owes S’wakians explanation on reduction in funds for Unimas in 2020
Wong speaking during a talk held in Bukit Lima residential area here last night.
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PAS: RM4.4 bln devt allocation for Sarawak not what it should be
MIRI: Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS) Sarawak is disappointed with the allocations given to Sarawak under Budget 2020, especially the amount slated for development, says its information chief Zharudin ...
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RM32 mil special grant ‘nothing to shout about’, say Sarawak party leaders
KUCHING: Sarawak party leaders have labelled the 2020 Budget as only a “feast for the eyes and ears” of the people.
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2020 Budget ‘Malaya-centric’, says Sarawak minister
KUCHING: A Sarawak minister says the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government has failed to keep its promise to Sarawakians, describing the 2020 Budget as “Malaya-centric”. State Local Government and Housi...
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‘Peninsula centric budget a letdown for Sabah, Sarawak
KUCHING: Sarawak United People’s Party president Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian has hit out at Budget 2020 for being biased  towards Peninsular Malaysia.
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Putrajaya deserves credit for raising Special Grant, says See
KUCHING: Sarawakians must give credit to the federal government for taking the significant step under Budget 2020 to increase the amount of Special Grant under Section 112D of the Federal Constitution...
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Seven plead not guilty to disrespecting ‘Negaraku’
KUCHING, Oct 11 — Seven individuals comprising a woman and six men pleaded not guilty in the Magistrates Court here today, to a charge of disrespecting the national anthem, Negaraku, on September 27...
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Budget 2020: Allocation insufficient for Sarawak, says SUPP
KUCHING: The allocation under Budget 2020 is insufficient for Sarawak's development needs, says Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian.
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Dr Sim: Budget 2020 ‘Malaya-centric’, PH failed to keep promises to Sarawak
Dr Sim Kui Hian KUCHING: Sarawak United People’s Party president Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian described Budget 2020 as Peninsular Malaysia-biased, saying that Pakatan Harapan (PH) had failed to keep their...
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Seven plead not guilty to disrespecting 'Negaraku'
KUCHING (Bernama): Seven individuals comprising a woman and six men pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate's Court here Friday (Oct 11), to a charge of disrespecting...
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Seven plead not guilty to disrespecting ‘Negaraku’
KUCHING: Seven individuals, a woman and six men, pleaded not guilty in the magistrates court here today, to a charge of disrespecting the national anthem, ‘Negaraku’, on Sept 27.
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43km stretch of Pan Borneo Highway ‘Kick-Off Project’ will open to motorists on Oct 14
An aerial view of a stretch of the completed KOP from Jalan Nyabau to Simpang Bakun.
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7 S4S members plead not guilty to disrespecting national anthem
KUCHING: A group of activists pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate’s Court here today to refusing to stand up when the national anthem was played during an event in Kuching on Sept 27.
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GPS to develop Sarawak without Putrajaya’s help – really, asks PKR man
KUCHING: A Sarawak PKR leader has scoffed at claims by Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) that it can develop the state without Putrajaya’s assistance, saying attempts to do so would only do the people a ...
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Be transparent on B40 petrol subsidy in East Malaysia, urges Sarawak MP
KUCHING: A Sarawak MP has urged the domestic trade and consumer affairs ministry (KPDNHEP) to be transparent about the petrol subsidy scheme for the B40 low-income group.
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Rabies death could have been avoided if victim sought immediate treatment, says Uggah
KUCHING: The death of a 64-year-old man in Mukah due to rabies could have been avoided had the victim sought treatment for the dog bite, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas.
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Rethink fuel-subsidy cuts in Budget 2020; current scheme hurting rural Sarawakian
MIRI: Locals in rural Sarawak want a "less painful" Budget 2020 to cope with their high fuel cost.
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Budget 2020: What Sarawakians want
Part 4 KUCHING: This Friday, Malaysians across the country will be turning their attention to Parliament as the Pakatan Harapan-led government tables its budget for next year.
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Fake news: DCP Dev Kumar tells news portal to remove inacurate story about ‘cruel Sarawakian father’
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Sharifah: We disagree with S’wak not being able to impose petroleum sales tax, counterargument ready
Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali KUCHING: Assistant Minister of Law, State-Federal Relation and Project Monitoring Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali said she does not agree with constitutional...
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Budget 2020: What Sarawakians want
Part 2 KUCHING: This Friday, Malaysians across the country will be turning their attention to Parliament as the Pakatan Harapan-led government tables its budget for next year.
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Chong: RON95 to be cheaper in Sarawak than Peninsula when targeted subsidy takes effect
Chong Chieng Jen KUCHING: The price of RON95 will be capped at RM2.08 per litre for Sarawakians after the targeted subsidy scheme takes effect in Peninsular Malaysia from Jan 1 next year, said Deputy...
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Chong: RON95 to be capped at RM2.08 in S’wak after targeted subsidy scheme takes effect from Jan 1
Chong Chieng Jen KUCHING: The price of RON95 will be capped at RM2.08 per litre for Sarawakians after the targeted subsidy scheme takes effect in Peninsular Malaysia from Jan 1 next year, said Deputy...
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No need for new national anthem, says Sarawak minister after ‘Negaraku’ protest
KUCHING, Oct 3 — Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah today stressed there is no need to change the national anthem Negaraku for another song, as suggested by Parti Bum...
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No need for a new national anthem, it’s a symbol of nationhood, says S’wak minister
KUCHING: There is no need for a new national anthem to replace Negaraku, which has been accepted and respected by Malaysians since the nation's formation, says Datuk...
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Nine accused of disrespecting anthem have statements recorded
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have taken statements of nine individuals for disrespecting the national anthem.
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Disrespecting national anthem: Police submit investigation papers to DPP
KUCHING: Police have submitted the investigation papers on eight individuals, including a woman, who showed disrespect for the national anthem, to the deputy public prosecutor (DPP) for further action...
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Disrespecting national anthem: Police submit investigation papers on eight individuals in Sarawak
KUCHING, Oct 2 — Police have submitted the investigation papers on eight individuals, including a woman, who showed disrespect for the national anthem to the deputy public prosecutor (DPP) for furth...
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S4S members despicable, charge them, says Sarawak minister over Negaraku incident
KUCHING: A Sarawak minister has urged police to take action against a group of activists who refused to stand up when the national anthem was played during an event in Kuching last week.
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‘Refusing to stand for anthem shows disrespect’ says political analysts
PETALING JAYA: Not standing for the national anthem does not show displeasure to the government, but only shows lack of respect for the country and rakyat.
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Disrespecting Negaraku: Statements from nine individuals recorded
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have recorded statements from nine individuals, including a woman, in connection with a video recording of a group of individuals who refused to stand up when the national anthem ...
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Police: ‘Silent protest’ no excuse to not stand during national anthem, recommends group to be charged
Leong speaks to reporters after the group had their statements recorded by police.
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Not standing up for national anthem is freedom of expression
LETTER | Another chaos happened on social media when a video went viral showing some Sarawak for Sarawakians (S4S) members refusing to stand up when the national anthem was played.
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Bukit Aman: Statements recorded from nine who sat down during ‘Negaraku’ in Kuching
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 2 — Police have recorded statements from nine individuals, including a woman, in connection with a video recording of a group of individuals who refused to stand up when the nation...
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Cops quiz nine for disrespecting national anthem, recommend charging them
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have recorded the statements of nine individuals said to have disrespected the national anthem.
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Sarawak party urges Putrajaya to salve Borneo discontent and stem its spread
KUCHING, Oct 2 — The Pakatan Harapan (PH) federal government must urgently address issues upsetting Sarawakians and Sabahans before more of them disrespect the national anthem, Parti Bumi Kenyalang ...
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‘Unique’ political style effective in keeping unity in S’wak — CM
Abang Johari (fourth right) receives a souvenir from Abdul Yakub, witnessed by other distinguished guests.
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Abdul Karim ‘disgusted’ with individuals who disrespected national anthem
Abdul Karim gestures when criticising the actions of a group of individuals involved for disrespecting the national anthem by not standing up during a function here on Friday.
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Respect all national anthems, Dayak group tells ‘immature’ S4S activists
KUCHING: The organiser of an event which saw a group of activists refusing to stand up for the national anthem has condemned the action as disrespectful.
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Pursue postgraduate study at the UK with Chevening Scholarship
Chevening group photo taken during the pre-departure event hosted at His Excellency Charles Hay’s (front row, centre) Residence.
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NGO disappointed with S4S members for tarnishing fundraising dinner by disrespecting Negaraku
A screen grab of the viral video which shows individuals who refused to stand for Negaraku during a fundraising dinner last Friday.
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Bobby: PBDSB not organiser of event where S4S members refused to stand for national anthem
A screen grab of the viral video which shows two individuals who refused to stand for Negaraku during a fundraising dinner last Friday.
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Our party nothing to do with Sarawakians who sat during Negaraku, says ex-PBDSB chief
KUCHING, Oct 1 — The deregistered Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak Baru (PBDSB) should not be linked to the dinner last Friday in which eight people refused to stand when the national anthem was played, it...
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Pol Sec: Why set conditions for 20 per cent oil royalty?
Soo Li Ching KUCHING: Political secretary to the chief minister, Soo Li Ching, questions the requirement to set conditions for granting 20 per cent oil royalty to Sarawak, given the natural resources...
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MPKK nothing more than instrument to create a divided community — Wan Junaidi
Dato Sri Wan Junaidi Tuaku Jaafar KUCHING: The media tit-for-tat over the Village Community Management Council (MPKK) continues with Santubong MP Dato Sri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar saying that it is ...
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Throw the book at those disrespecting Negaraku, say veterans
GEORGE TOWN: Army veteran Mohamed Arshad Raji has called for severe punishment for a group of Sarawakians who refused to stand for the national anthem.
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Eight summoned by police for refusing to stand during national anthem in Kuching
KUCHING, Sept 30 — Police have called in eight individuals to give their statements in connection to a video recording which went viral showing a group of people who refused to stand up when the nat...
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S4S: Not standing up for the national anthem was a “silent protest”
Police have called up seven members of the Sarawak for Sarawakians (S4S) activist group who did not stand up for the national anthem.S4S spokesman Shaow Tung Leong, who was among those called up by po...
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Sarawak may be moving too fast: Suhakam
KUCHING: Dr Madeline Berma (pix), Sarawak commissioner for the Human Rights Association of Malaysia (Suhakam), today called for more efforts to ensure that the poor and underprivileged are not left be...
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Police record statements from eight individuals who disrespected Negaraku during event in Kuching
Leong speaking to reporters in front of the Simpang Tiga One Stop Centre at Kuching District Police Headquarters today.
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Police call up Sarawak activist group members for not standing for national anthem
KUCHING: Police have called up seven members of the Sarawak for Sarawakians (S4S) activist group who did not stand up for the national anthem, as seen in a video clip...
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Sarawak may be moving too fast – Suhakam
Dr Madeline Berma KUCHING: Dr Madeline Berma, Sarawak commissioner for the Human Rights Association of Malaysia (Suhakam), today called for more efforts to ensure that the poor and underprivileged ar...
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Cops call up individuals for disrespecting Negaraku during event in Kuching
A screen grab of the viral video which shows two individuals who refused to stand for Negaraku during a fundraising dinner last Friday.
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Why should Sarawakians stand for Negaraku, asks pressure group
Sarawak for Sarawakians (S4S), a pressure group active on social media, has explained why its members refused to stand during the national anthem at a fundraising event.
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S’wak targeting to have 50-60pct SPM leavers enrolling for technical, vocational training courses
Len Talif speaks at the news conference.
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Unifor receives 667 applications for assistance since establishment
Uggah (third left) presenting a mock cheque to Dennis (second right) as Stakan assemblyman Dato Sri Mohammad Ali Mahmud (left) and Danald Jute (second left) look on.
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Why should we stand for Negaraku, ask Sarawak activists
KUCHING: Vocal pressure group Sarawak for Sarawakians (S4S) today explained a video clip of its members refusing to stand for the national anthem at a fundraising event last week, saying it was a sile...
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Cherish and preserve racial and religious harmony, Sarawakians told
KOTA SAMARAHAN, Sept 30 — Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah has called on all Sarawakians to continue to zealously preserve their strong racial unity and religious harmony as a model st...
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Pay up 20% oil royalty or stop pumping in Sabah, says Jeffrey
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan yesterday hit out at the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government over Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s remark that it is impossible to give the East Malaysian st...
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Sarawak strives to achieve 2019 target of five million visitor arrivals
Ting (back row, sixth left) joins members of the organising committee and participants of the inaugural ‘Borneo Indigenous Tribal Dance’ in a group photo.
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Rep let down by Dr M’s ‘really not workable’ statement on raising oil royalty
Dennis (back row, fourth left) alongside Lucas (fifth left), Catharina (third left), Bridget (right) and organising committee members in a photo call with recipients of the study incentives.
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Wong confident PSB’s flag will be flying in all areas across S’wak in time to come
Wong officiating Jalan Rumah Merikan.
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Wong confident PSB’s flag will be flying in all areas across the state in time to come
Wong officiating Jalan Rumah Merikan.
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CM calls for unity among Sarawakians to face ‘most vital’ state election
Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg TATAU: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg has called on Sarawakians to remain united, as he considers the coming state election as the most vit...
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CM calls for unity among Sarawakians to face ‘most vital’ election
Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg TATAU: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg has called on Sarawakians to remain united, as he considers the coming state election as the most vit...
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Chong: Sarawakians can expect ‘good news’ from national Budget 2020
The views of the Sarawak State Assembly building taken from the air – Bernama file photo KUCHING: Sarawakians can expect ‘good news’ from the national Budget 2020, said Deputy Minister of Domes...
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Sarawak govt to take Petronas to court if 5pc sale tax not paid
BINTULU, Sept 29 — Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg today said the state government is prepared to go to court to get its share of revenue from Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Pet...
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Abang Johari: New formula submitted on revenue-sharing with Petronas in light of oil royalty U-turn
Abang Johari has submitted a formula which he terms to be both beneficial to Petronas and the state government.
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Stop creating hatred towards federal govt, GPS told
KUCHING: A Sarawak DAP leader has urged Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) to stop playing to regional sentiments to serve its own political agenda.
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Sarawakians want a change and we can provide it, says PSB
KUCHING: An opposition leader in Sarawak has spoken of a “wind of change” in the political arena there, claiming many Sarawakians are eager for a change in state government.
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Sarawak won’t be able to include DNA in birth certs — Fatimah
KUCHING: Sarawak would not be able to apply the proposed inclusion of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) information in birth certificates, said Minister of Welfare, Community Welfare, Women, Family and Chil...
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Civic-mindedness needed if smoking ban is to succeed
Civic-mindedness plays a key role in ensuring that the smoking ban in eateries is successful.
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Unnecessary for Sarawakians to go to Putrajaya for late registration of births, says NRD
Those in Sarawak who register the birth of the their children at a later date will no longer need to travel to Putrajaya.
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NRD says late birth registrations still available in Sarawak, only approval shifted to Putrajaya
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 25 — Sarawakians need not travel to Putrajaya to belatedly register the birth of their children, the National Registration Department clarified today.
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Works Ministry hoping for bigger allocation in 2020 Budget
SUNGAI BULOH: The Works Ministry has expressed hope that the government will provide a bigger allocation to the ministry in the 2020 Budget so that planned infrastructure projects, especially in Sabah...
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SSRANZ marks 178th anniversary of Sarawak’s founding with birthday cake
Robert Pei (standing front, centre), flanked by Soo and Kitingan, joins others in a photo-call.
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Works Ministry hopes for bigger allocation in 2020 budget
SUNGAI BULOH (Sept 24): The Works Ministry has expressed hope that the government will provide a bigger allocation to the ministry in the 2020 Budget so that planned infrastructure projects, especiall...
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Late birth registration condition shows govt ignorant of Sarawakian needs, says activist
KUCHING: A Sarawak activist today chided Home Minister Muhiyiddin Yassin over the ministry’s decision to stop late birth registrations at state National Registration Department (NRD) offices.
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Sarawak MP says state doesn’t need lessons on fighting racism, extremism
KUCHING, Sept 24 — Petra Jaya MP Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof told Lim Kit Siang he need not remind Sarawakians about the need to fight racism, extremism and corruption.
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Sarawak activist wants late birth registrations to continue
KUCHING, Sept 24 — Human rights activist Peter John Jaban appealed to Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin today not to stop the state National Registration Department from processing late applica...
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GPS to PAS: No thanks, we can manage Sarawak
KUCHING: Political leaders of the ruling Gabungan Parti Sarawak coalition have spurned an offer of collaboration put forward by PAS, saying that the Islamist party’s struggle “doesn’t belong in ...
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PAS: GPS can’t win on its own, needs help to protect Sarawak Bumiputeras
Jofri Jaraee KUCHING: PAS Sarawak commissioner Jofri Jaraee said the party’s interest in cooperating with Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) in the next state election is out of ‘concern for the fate o...
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Transport Ministry monitoring haze situation closely – Lee
MIRI: The Transport Ministry is monitoring the haze situation in Sarawak closely, especially its impact on river transportation.
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Baru: Devt of dilapidated schools in S’wak has begun, expected to be completed next year
Baru stressing a point at the Selangau district-level Malaysia Day Celebration dinner.
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Unity charter is about all Malaysians, says Umno Youth chief
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Tickets on sale for ‘Inquest of Independence Dinner’
Alim (seated centre) flanked by Voon (right) and Ng with other committee members after the press conference.
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Slim chance for Umno-PAS pact to appeal to Sarawak, say analysts
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 — Ahead of the Sarawak state election due by September 2021, PAS is eyeing to collaborate with Gabungan Parti Sarawak as a means to stop DAP from winning in the Borneo state.
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Don't panic, Sarawak's rights not infringed, assistant minister told
Sarawak PKR state secretary Vernon Kedit has refuted claims that the Pakatan Harapan government is interfering in the appointment of community leaders in Sarawak.
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Hadi’s meeting with CM confirms ‘unholy union’, says Sarawak DAP
KUCHING: Sarawak DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen says PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang’s courtesy call on Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg on Tuesday had confirmed the unholy union between PAS,...
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Appointment of community leaders is our right, says Sarawak
KUCHING: Putrajaya should not interfere in the appointment of community leaders in Sarawak, Assistant Law, State-Federal Relations and Project Monitoring Minister Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali ...
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After remark against Chinese, Sarawak Pakatan asks why Hadi not barred from state
KUCHING, Sept 19 — Sarawak Pakatan Harapan (PH) chairman Chong Chieng Jen today expressed his disappointment that Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg did not bar PAS president Datuk Ser...
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Hadi’s divisive efforts will not affect voting patterns in Sarawak, says DAP MP
PETALING JAYA: PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang (pix) has no place in Sarawak, DAP’s Lanang MP Alice Lau said as political analysts criticised the opposition leader for resorting to race ba...
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PDP cannot accept PAS’ political ideology – Penguang
Datu Dr Penguang Manggil KUCHING: Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) vice president Datu Dr Penguang Manggil said his party could not accept the political ideology of Peninsular Malaysia-based party ...
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