Friday, August 20, 2021

Zarina Abdullah

Malaysians can buy Sarawak products on Shopee

KUCHING: The Sarawak Digital Mall campaign on e-commerce platform Shopee aims to satisfy the Malaysian public's craving for products from Sarawak. This initiative between the Sarawak Digital Economy Corporation (SDEC), Economic Planning Unit (EPU) and Shopee has been ongoing since...

Less than 100 dugongs in Sarawak today

What do you know about dugongs, also known as sea cows? In the past, they were often associated with the legend of the mermaids because of their similar silhouettes when swimming in the distance. According ancient beliefs, dugong tears can cure...

Charity work good for the soul

“My health is getting better every day since I started doing charity work,” said Wan Huzaimi Wan Azami, who was told he may have cancer two years ago. According to the 38-year-old, after finding out that he was ill, his...

Powerless for 10 years without respite in sight

… one day, we discovered we had been scammed when no letter or land grant was given to us. – Nor Sofilia Abdullah KUCHING: A family with six small children has been living in a house with a leaking roof...

Families eke out living selling home-grown vegetables

KUCHING: A group of nine families who live at a workers' quarters at Batu 9, Matang near here are selling their home-grown vegetables in order to survive during the current pandemic. Even though they only earn around RM30 per day,...

Experiences of a Covid-hit family

KUCHING: 2021 has been a challenging year thus far for a family at Kampung Sinar Budi Baru, Batu Kawa here after every member tested positive for Covid-19. Sharing the experience, Azimah Drus, one of the members of the big household,...

Never-say-die attitude keeps ‘em going

KUCHING: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and micro-traders – especially new businesses which are categorised as non-essential service – that are compelled to stop operations throughout the implementation of the movement control order (MCO) are taking the brunt of...

Two-year-old succumbs to hydrocephalus

KUCHING: Two-year-old Nur Syahfinie Johari, who suffered from hydrocephalus, was pronounced dead at around 11am today at the Sarawak General Hospital here. Her mother, Noraini Panggau, 27, when contacted, said she had accepted that this was the Almighty's will. She also...

Brain condition child seeks aid

"I'm not asking for much, I only hope that my daughter can live for as long as she could," said a 27-year-old mother whose child suffers from hydrocephalus. According to Norainie Panggau, her daughter Nur Syahfinie, has a different physical...

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Malaysians can buy Sarawak products on Shopee

KUCHING: The Sarawak Digital Mall campaign on e-commerce platform Shopee aims to satisfy the Malaysian public's craving for products...
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