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Tania Lam

Fly high with FlySmart

KUCHING: When it comes to air travel, there are a whole lot  of possible complaints from travellers, be they about extra travel costs, delayed...

When mat-rolling wows them all

KUCHING: “Ngiling bidai”, which translates to “rolling up of the mat”, is a symbolic ceremony carried out to mark the end of the Gawai...

Taiwan enticing more Muslim visitors

KUCHING: Taiwan has many remarkable attractions to offer tourists, and in recent years, it has been making improvements in order to entice more Muslim...

City’s Ibans cry for attention

KUCHING:  Ibans living in the city are in need of better attention from the government. Apparently, most of them have made city life their own...

City folk welcome paternity leave

KUCHING: The proposal for a three-day paternity leave in the private sector is generally agreeable to city folk. However, Sarawak Manufacturers’ Association (SMA) president Joseph...

‘Go for six-day paternity leave’

KUCHING: The Sarawak Patriot Association (SPA) supports paternity leave by the private sector. SPA president Datuk John Lau Pang Heng, however, suggests the private sector...

Nation’s first Indian woman penghulu

And she is a Sarawakian! KUCHING: We had S Suriakal as Malaysia’s first Indian woman brigadier-general and Emily Koshy as the first Indian policewoman. Sarawak is...

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Don’t go home for Hari Raya, Gawai yet

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MP warns parents not to bring kids out

KUCHING: Parents are advised to take extra...