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Illegal wildlife farm in Sibu busted
MIRI: In yet another wildlife rescue, enforcement officers moved in on a farm located in the Sibu district and seized some two dozen mammals, birds and crocodiles.
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Incestuous dad’s appeal over sentence dismissed by court
The man is led from the court after his appeal was dismissed.
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Rock guitarist dies in car crash in Sarawak
SIBU: A guitarist of an Iban rock band, Tamang Raja, Febrenus Harry Usup, 36, died in a car accident in Jalan Poi-Majau, Kanowit, on Tuesday (Oct 15) night.
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Illegal wildlife farm near Sibu raided, over two dozen endangered animals rescued
The Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) raided an illegal wildlife farm near Sibu, Sarawak and rescued more than two dozen rare mammals, endangered birds and crocodiles.Read more at https://www.thesta...
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Post-mortem needed to determine if body at Sarawak jetty tied to bricks was victim of crime
SIBU, Malaysia - A post-mortem on the body of a man found dead with 16 bricks tied to his body at a private jetty on Jalan Lanang here will determine whether he was murdered or committed suicide, say...
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Sarawak man loses RM42,300 in love scam
SIBU: A self-employed man was cheated of RM42,300 in a love scam by a man he befriended on social media.
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STU: Policy allowing Form 4 students to pick own subjects ‘workable’ if infrastructure is ready
SIBU: Comprehensive educational infrastructure and resources need to be in place before the policy allowing Form 4 students to pick their own subjects, rather than being separated into Arts and Scienc...
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Rep calls for transparent use of special grant
SIBU: The Sarawak government has been asked to utilise the RM32 million special grant from the Pakatan Harapan (PH) federal government under Budget 2020 in a transparent manner.
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Downpour cuts short operation at landfill
An excavator digs the ground, as workers hose the area in an attempt to douse the underground fire.
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Cops: Post-mortem needed to determine if body at jetty tied to bricks was victim of crime
SIBU: A post-mortem on the body of a man found dead with 16 bricks tied to his body at a private jetty on Jalan Lanang here will determine whether he was murdered or...
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Malaysian man loses $14,000 to another man in love scam
SIBU, Malaysia - A self-employed man was cheated out of RM42,300 (S$14,000) in a love scam by another man he met on social media.
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No injuries found on man’s body discovered at private jetty in Sibu – DCP
KUCHING: A police Investigation has revealed that that no injuries were found on the body of a man who was discovered with his neck and waist tied to 12 bricks at a private jetty in Jalan Lanang, Sibu...
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Body of tattooed man found tied to 12 bricks in fishing net in Malaysia
SIBU, Malaysia - A man was found dead with 12 bricks tied to his neck and waist at a private jetty in Jalan Lanang here at 6pm on Monday (Oct 14).
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Man loses RM42,300 to another man in love scam
SIBU: A self-employed man was cheated out of RM42,300 in a love scam by another man he met on social media.
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Body of tattooed man found tied to 12 bricks in Sungai Rajang
SIBU: The body of a man with tattoos on both shoulders was found tied to a slab of bricks at a private jetty on the Sungai Rajang near Jalan Lanang, late this afternoon.
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Body of tattooed man found tied to 12 bricks in fishing net
SIBU: A man was found dead with 12 bricks tied to his neck and body on at a private jetty on Jalan Lanang here at 6pm on Monday (Oct 14).
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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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SUPP rep wants Pakatan to explain reduction in funds for Unimas in 2020
SIBU: The Pakatan Harapan Government owes an explanation on why funds for Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) were drastically reduced for 2020, says Dudong...
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Donation campaign for baby Ethaniel ends after over RM600k raised
Dr Chen (left) with Enthaniel and his parents during a recent meeting.
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MoH welcomes additional allocation of RM1.9 billion
SIBU: The Health Ministry (MoH) has welcomed the additional allocation of RM1.9 billion outlined under Budget 2020, which was tabled in Parliament yesterday.
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KGBS hopes RM783 mln slated for dilapidated schools to be disbursed speedily
SIBU: Sarawak Bumiputera Teachers Union (KGBS) is hoping that the RM783 million slated for dilapidated schools, especially those in Sabah and Sarawak, could be disbursed in a speedy manner.
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Man gets 16 years in prison for physical abuse of infant nephew
SIBU: A 20-year-old man was sentenced by the Sessions Court here to 16 years in jail for physically abusing his four-month-old nephew.
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Fire breaks out at factory in Samalaju Industrial Park
Bomba and the factory’s emergency response team putting out the fire.
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Fire breaks out at plywood factory in Sibu
The gutted plywood factory at Jalan Upper Lanang in Sibu.
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PSB Dudong women out to help single mum get dilapidated home fixed
Loh (third left) and her team during their visit to Tiong’s dilapidated house.
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RM500k needed for bone marrow transplant
Dr Chen (left) with Enthaniel and his parents during a recent meeting.
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Fire at closed landfill under control — Bomba
A fire break was created at the landfill to stop the underground fire from spreading.
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Sarawak to build second wildlife rehabilitation sanctuary in Miri
KUCHING, Oct 10 ― Sarawak will have another wildlife sanctuary, the second in the state to meet the needs of wildlife rehabilitation.
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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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Seek immediate treatment if bitten or scratched by dogs, cats, monkeys, Sarawak DCM reminds public
KUCHING: The public have been reminded again to seek immediate treatment at the nearest hospital, if they are bitten or scratched by dogs, cats or even monkeys.
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Firefighters begin work extinguishing fire at Seng Ling dumpsite
Aerial view of the affected area in the Seng Ling dumpsite.
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622 centres ready for flood victims
Uggah (centre) chairs the State Disaster Management Committee meeting.
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New museum to feature history of Chinese education
(From front fourth left) Hu and Lau with association members at the press conference.
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SMC chairman: Dumpsite fire could take time to extinguish as it lies underground
A photo from Ting’s Facebook account showing the thick smoke coming from the Seng Ling dumpsite.
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Woman freed after seven years in jail
KUCHING: After seven years beh­ind bars, Ling Hang Tsyr walked out of court a free woman when the Court of Appeal acquitted her of abetting a man in the 2012...
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Ling Hang Tsyr – from arrest to acquittal
IT has been a long legal process for Ling Hang Tsyr from her arrest in connection with the murder of her husband, bank manager Wong Jing Kui, in Sibu in 2012 to her acquittal by the Court of Appeal.
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Sarawak government guilty of disregarding ‘adat’ in appointing chieftains, claims PKR man
SIBU: A Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) man yesterday hit back at Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg’s remark about the decision to set up the Village Community Management Council (MPK...
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Soon Koh wants to fulfil late son’s wish
Wong (front, third left) together with (from left) George, Tuai Rumah Franky, Andrew, Jeffery and others during the meet-the-people session.
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SMC to clean up CBD starting with coffee shops
Ting (centre) is seen at the press conference.
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Wife escapes gallows for abetting in murder of husband
KUCHING: The Court of Appeal here acquitted Ling Hang Tsyr, from abetting in the murder of her husband, Wong Jing Kui, a former HSBC branch manager in Sibu in 2012.
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Sibu bank manager murder: Wife discharged, acquitted of abetment
The appellant (covering her face) is being escorted out of the courthouse on Aug 26.
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Wife escapes gallows for abetting in murder of ex-Sibu HSBC branch manager
KUCHING, Oct 8 — The Court of Appeal, here acquitted Ling Hang Tsyr, from abetting in the murder of her husband, Wong Ji Kui, a former HSBC branch manager in Sibu in 2012.
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Court of Appeal acquits woman sentenced to death over husband's murder
KUCHING: The Court of Appeal has acquitted Ling Hang Tsyr of a charge of abetting a man in the murder of her husband, bank manager Wong Jing Kui, in Sibu seven...
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Stress is ‘main cause of child abuse’ in Sarawak
SIBU: Stress is the main cause of child abuse in Sarawak, says state Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women and Family Minister Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah.
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GPS is saviour of native territorial domain — Sarawak CM
SIBU (Oct 7): The Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) government became the saviour of the Native Territorial Domain (NTD) comprising the Pemakai Menoa and Pulau Galau, when it amended the State Land Code la...
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‘Amendment to Land Code won’t reduce size of NCR land’
SIBU: Amendment to Sarawak Land Code Ordinance and creation of Section 6A for Native Territorial Domain (NTD) will not reduce the size of native customary rights (NCR) land under Section 5 of the ordi...
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New Niosh chairperson to engage SMEs in occupational safety and health
Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran (second left) hands over the appointment letter to Lau, as others look on.
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‘PSB growing from strength to strength’
Francis (second right) presents a token of appreciation to Wong, as (from left) Dr Chen and Tiong look on.
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Abang Johari declares GPS as ‘saviour of our native land’
Abang Johari officiates at the forum as (from left) Jaul, Uggah, Asfia and Fatimah look on.
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Sarawak CM says won’t let native land be converted for development
SIBU, Oct 7 — Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg today stressed that he will not allow native customary rights (NCR) land to be converted into mixed zones just for revenue.
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Uggah: Majority of native landowners accept Section 6 perimeter survey despite relentless accusations
State Secretary Datu Jaul Samion (left) hands over a souvenir to Uggah.
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Stress is the main cause for child abuse, claims Sarawak Women's Minister
SIBU: Stress is the main cause of child abuse in Sarawak, says state Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women and Family Minister Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah.
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64-year-old motorcyclist dies after being knocked down by four-wheel-drive
The victim died on the spot in an accident happened at Brooke Drive yesterday.
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O&G taxes issue to be settled soon - Abang Johari
SIBU (Oct 6): Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg said the state's demands related to the 5% export duties of oil and gas (O&G) extracted from the country's territorial waters...
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O & G taxes issue to be settled soon: Abang Johari
SIBU: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg (pix) said, Sarawak’s demands related to the five per cent export duties of oil and gas extracted from the country’s territorial waters f...
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80ha green park to be built in Sibu: CM
SIBU: The Sarawak government is setting up an 80ha green park here for the urban community to carry out sports and recreational activities, said Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg (p...
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Oil tax dispute with Petronas to be settled soon, says Sarawak CM
SIBU: Chief Minister Abang Johari Tun Openg expects a settlement in a few months of a dispute between Sarawak and Petronas over a 5% export duty levied by the state on oil and gas extracted from the c...
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Seized arms disposed of after some 40 years
Wong (second left) and other senior officers look at the cut shotguns before they are buried.
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Murdered Sibu bank manager’s family disappointed his killer allegedly profited from her crime
IPOH, Oct 4 — The family of Wong Ji Kui, an HSBC branch manager who was killed in 2012 after being stabbed multiple times in Sibu, Sarawak, said today they are disappointed that one of his murderers...
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‘Everything Must Go’ at Popular
POPULAR’s annual clearance Everything Must Go is on now at selected 65 outlets nationwide, till Oct 6.
Everything Must Go | POPULAR | IT items | DVDs | Popular | CDs | IOI Mall | Aeon | Bukit Raja Shopping Centre | Aeon Mall Taman Equine Shopping Centre | Ampang Point Shopping Centre | Village Mall | Sunway Carnival Mall | Queensbay Mall | Cheras Leisure Mall | Wangsa Walk Mall | Selayang Mall | Setapak Central Mall | Sunway Velocity Mall | Batu Pahat Mall | Central I-City | Ipoh Midtown Shopping Centre | Utama Shopping Centre | Pearl Point Shopping Centre | IPC Shopping Centre | North Aman Central | Kinta City Shopping Centre | Harris @ Aeon | Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan | Berjaya Megamall Sabah City Mall | Suria Sabah Shopping Mall | Harbour Mall | Imago Shopping Mall | Empire Shopping Gallery | Central Aeon Anggun Rawang | Aeon Mall Bukit Tinggi | Puchong | Kompleks Star Parade | Tebrau City | Ipoh Parade | Mid Valley Megamall | Sarawak Aeon Mall | Boulevard Shopping Mall | Delta Mall | Central Square | Megamall Penang | Gurney Plaza | Johor Bahru City Square | Kota Kinabalu | Komtar | Aeon Klebang | Aeon Mall Bukit Mertajam | Tesco Penang Perak | Tesco Kepong | Sunway Pyramid | Kuching Central | Tun Jugah Shopping Centre | Aeon Seri Manjung | Aeon Mall KulaiJaya | Wisma Palaniappa Taiping South | East Aeon Mall Bukit Indah | KB Mall Kota Baru | KSL City Mall | Kluang Mall | Sutera Mall | Sandakan | Mile 4 | Jalan Lapas | Tawau | Kuching | Bintulu | The Spring | Sibu | Facebook | Mahkota Parade | Wetex Parade | Aeon Mall Kota Baru | Paradigm Mall Johor Baru | Plaza Melaka | Aeon Melaka Ayer Keroh | Avenue Nilai | Aeon Mall Seremban 2 | Oct 6
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Sarawak police destroy illegal shotguns following court order
SIBU: Police destroyed 24 illegal shotguns on Friday (Oct 4) following a directive from the Magistrate's Court.
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Popular holds annual clearance at 65 outlets nationwide
The annual Popular clearance attracts a huge crowd at an outlet.
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Biker dies after losing control while taking sharp corner
SIBU: A superbiker died when the 250cc machine he was riding was involved in a collision with two cars at KM29, Jalan Lubok Antu/Sri Aman on Wednesday (Oct 2).
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Businessman loses RM136k in bogus deal
SIBU: A businessman who was promised hefty profits for funding a road construction project, ended up losing RM136,000.
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14-year-old OKU boy missing in Sibu since Sept 28
Francis Uyong Tenoj has been missing since since Sept 28.
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PH govt slammed for ‘being callous to people’s difficulties’
Wong speaks at the meet-the-people gathering.
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SK Perbandaran Sibu No 4 to be reassessed for repairs after closure
The front view of the wooden classroom block that has been vacated.
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TAS shifts focus to tugboats
KUCHING: Sibu-based shipbuilder TAS Offshore Bhd has shifted its focus to constructing tugboats, which are in strong demand following the company’s decision to...
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Go modern, Bukit Goram rep tells Kapit farmers
Jamit (third left) presents a souvenir to Agriculture Department Sarawak assistant director (commercial crops) Dominic Chunggat, as other guests look on.
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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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Rare hornbill rescued by SFC after public tip-off
MIRI: Public tip-offs on social media have led the Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) to rescue a rare hornbill kept illegally by a resident of a village in the Limbang district in...
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Another sun bear rescued in Sarawak after tip-off
KUCHING: Another sun bear, kept as a pet at a farmhouse near Kampung Rasau, Serian, has been rescued after a tip-off.
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Authorities rescue another sun bear following public tip-off
KUCHING, Sept 28 — Another sun bear, kept as a pet at a farm house near Kampung Rasau, Serian has been rescued after a tip-off by concerned netizens.
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Man arrested in Sibu for trying to bribe GOF, MACC raiding team with RM15,000
SIBU: A man has been arrested for trying to bribe a General Operations Force (GOF) raiding team with RM15,000 to not take action against him for allegedly...
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Sun bear locked up for 20 years in steel cage rescued by SFC
MIRI: A sun bear has been freed from over 20 years of confinement in a small cage by enforcement officers of the Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC).
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Abang Jo slammed for hosting Hadi
SIBU: Sarawak DAP is disappointed that Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg allowed PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang to enter the state, where he purportedly made a hate speech on Malay­sia Day.
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PDP Women wing wants party’s traditional seats to be returned
Chew (seated third left) and committee members of PDP Women wing in a group photo KUCHING: Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) Women wing has called on Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) leadership to retur...
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Wong: PSB to contest in four seats in Sibu
(From third left) Lu, Lau, Wong, Ting and others cutting the mooncake at the celebration.
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Awg Tengah: S’wak govt serious in eradicating illegal logging
Awang Tengah (third left) presents a HWLR certificate of to one of the new wildlife rangers.
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Beware, impersonator out there asking for money
(From left) Wong and Tiong at the press conference.
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DAP: CM shouldn't have allowed Hadi's 'hate speech' on Malaysia Day
SIBU: DAP Sarawak says it is disappointed that Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg allowed PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang to enter the...
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Two accused in Mukah murder case discharged, acquitted
(From left) Galang, Louis, Lasa, and Abun Sui in a group photo after they were ordered to be released.
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SMC to focus on town’s cleanliness — Ting
Ting (fifth left), Bujang (fourth left) and others at the press conference.
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SRDC losing patience with errant ratepayers
Sempurai (right) congratulates the newly sworn-in councillor – Collin, while Justani is at Sempurai’s right.
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Fire-fighting operations in Sri Aman peat land area continues
KUCHING: Already in its ninth day, the Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department is still hard at work with the operations to put out fire in the peat areas in Sri Aman.
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Fire-fighting operations in Sri Aman peatlands continue
KUCHING, Sept 24 — Already in its ninth day, the Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department is still hard at work with the operations to put out fire in the peat areas in Sri Aman.
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Use ‘Sarawak English’ as a start
SIBU: Primary school teachers in Sarawak who are not proficient in teaching Mathematics and Science in English have been told to use “Sarawak English” before progressing to the Queen’s English.
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Court jails man 12 years for physical sexual assault of teen
The accused escorted out from the court after sentencing.
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Maths and Science in English: Manyin tells teachers to ‘Gasak Ajak’
SIBU: It will be an uphill task for Sarawak when it starts teaching Mathematics and Science in primary schools next year.
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Maths and Science in English: Manyin tells teachers to ‘gasak ajak’
SIBU: It will be an uphill task for Sarawak when it starts teaching Mathematics and Science in English at primary schools next year.
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Can’t speak ‘Queen’s English’? Use ‘Sarawak English’, Manyin tells teachers
Uggah (fourth left) rings the bell seven times to symbolically launch the event while (from second left) Chang, Michael, Dr Annuar, Wong and others look on.
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Forget Queen's English, just use 'Sarawak English' to teach Maths, Science, says state Education Minister
SIBU: Primary school teachers who are not proficient in teaching Mathematics and Science in English starting January 1 next year have been told to use "Sarawak...
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Dr Noor Hisham: Sharp increase in conjunctivitis cases nationwide
Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah KUCHING: The Health Ministry (MoH) has revealed that there was a sharp increase in conjunctivitis cases nationwide based on their monitoring activities conducted from Se...
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Sarawak youths must lead the way to shake 'Malaysia'
MP SPEAKS | I have a special message to the youths of Sarawak, especially those in the 16-25 age group, on their three-fold challenge at the end of my visit to Kapit and Sibu.
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Forest Fun Run 2019 attracts 600 participants
(Front, from fifth left) Wong and Jack join the participants in a photo-call taken before the flag-off.
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DAP keen to hold conference on fake news, says Kit Siang
KUALA LUMPUR: DAP is willing to host a roundtable conference on combating fake news and hate speech if the opposition is keen to attend, said DAP’s adviser Lim Kit Siang.
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DAP willing to host anti-fake news conference if opposition is keen
KUALA LUMPUR: DAP is willing to host a roundtable conference on combating fake news and hate speech if the opposition is keen to attend, said DAP’s adviser Lim Kit Siang (pix).
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DAP willing to host anti-fake news conference if opposition is keen
Lim Kit Siang KUALA LUMPUR: DAP is willing to host a roundtable conference on combating fake news and hate speech if the opposition is keen to attend, said DAP’s adviser Lim Kit Siang.
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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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