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Swinburne’s students win Tegas programme

KUCHING: Artefact Studio from Swinburne emerged the top three winners of the recently concluded Tabung Ekonomi Gagasan Anak Sarawak (Tegas) Digital Pre-Accelerator...

Falsifying details an irresponsible act

KUCHING:  Before entering a business premises, visitors are required to provide their contact details. This is among the standard operating procedures (SOPs)...

Ministry to consider postponing opening of schools

KUCHING: Persatuan Anak Istimewa Sarawak (Perais) has urged the government and Ministry of Education (MoE) to consider in postponing the opening of...

Face shields for staff of Kuching Court

KUCHING: The frontline staff of Kuching Court has received 50 units of 3D printed face shields from Pustaka Negeri Sarawak and MiLUS...

Follow BNM, leasing companies told

KUCHING: The Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) claimed to have received numerous complaints from its members that leasing companies have created...

Reps dole out food aid

KUCHING: Transport Assistant Minister Datuk Dr Jerip Susil will be distributing essential food items to his constituents to ease the hardship they are facing...

Military deployment last resort

MIRI: Military deployment to help the police in enforcing the movement control order (MCO) becomes a necessity when the public do not fully comply...

Earth Hour drawing contest, anyone?

KUCHING: World Wide Fund for Nature Malaysia (WWF-Malaysia), Sarawak Conservation Programme is holding a drawing contest in connection with the coming Earth Hour 2020.

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