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Nur Ashikin Louis

Tribune’s pixman gets RM5k grand prize

KUCHING: New Sarawak Tribune's very own Ramidi Subari went home with a huge smile on his face after winning the Construction Industry Development Board...

Works ministry regards media strategic partner

KUCHING: Media practitioners are the Works Ministry's (KKR) liaison to disseminate information on the direction and development of the country's infrastructure to the people. Works...

Tunku Putra-HELP opens January 2020

KUCHING: The HELP Education Group, Ibraco Berhad and Cahya Mata Sarawak Berhad officially opened the Tunku Putra-HELP School at the NorthBank, Tabuan Jaya yesterday. Officiating...

Naroden launches Matech Innovations

KUCHING: The establishment of Matech Innovations (M) Sdn Bhd yesterday marks another milestone in the development of the engineering industry in the state. Officiating at...

Bots can’t be hairstylists

Robots will not replace workers whose jobs constantly require human judgment KUCHING: Robots will not take away all jobs from human beings. Despite automation and...

Closing down Uptown not an option

KUCHING: Closing down the Satok Tourism Youth Uptown Market, also known simply as Uptown, at the Civic Centre here is not an option, said...

RM3.2-bln projects to be completed next year and 2021

Projects worth about RM2 billion to address water shortage and RM1.2 billion for rural electricity have been awarded and are making good progress. Utilities Minister...

Consumers told to use proper channels

The public are welcomed to ask Sarawak Energy Berhad (SEB) or the Ministry of Utilities about matters concerning electricity such as their bills. Its minister...

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