Man goes amok, hurts himself, cop

KUCHING: A mentally ill man went amok in his house at the outskirt of Kuching city yesterday injuring himself and causing hurt to a policeman who was trying to subdue him. It was believed that the ma...

Oil palm project: RM143,236 paid to 155 landowners

SIBU: DPO Pelita Bintangor Sdn Bhd here yesterday disbursed a total of RM143,236.80 as batch 2 upfront payment to participants in a joint-venture oil palm plantation project at Loba Bunut, Bintangor....

1,500 attend opening of 3rd S’wak Burn Update

MIRI: About 1,500 people attended the opening event of the three-day Third Sarawak Burn Update 2017 at Imperial Hotel Miri yesterday. They included medical personnel from government and private hospi...

Youth robbed by two men wearing full-faced helmet

KUCHING: A self employed man from BDC was robbed by two men wearing full-faced helmet behind a supermarket on Thursday night at about 10.00 pm. The 19-year-old youth was walking to his car at the bac...

Miri-Marudi road closed from 9.00am to 2.00pm for a week

MIRI: Miri- Marudi road will be closed from this coming Saturday (18 March) until Saturday (22 March) between 9.00am to 2.00pm daily. Miri Divisional Engineer of Public Work Department, Chong Chi Fam...

Army personnel arrested for possessing two bullets

KUCHING: An army personnel was arrested for possession of two bullets in his wallet at the Kuching Airport Departure hall. The incident happened at 6.40 pm on Wednesday when the suspect aged 26 from ...

Three suspected of drug dealing arrested

MIRI: Three suspected drug dealers were arrested at a house in Krokop here on Thursday. The suspects comprised two men and a woman aged between 47 and 50 years old, were placed under arrest and broug...

Dolphin carcass found washed at Luak Beach Esplanade

MIRI: A dolphin carcass was found washed at the Luak Beach Esplanade yesterday by the visitors at the beach at about 5.00pm. Chairman of the Regional Fisheries III Miri, Buniamin Kiprawi said, they r...

Safe to fish in Sarawak waters

“Most of the cases are recorded under the Sarawak River Ordinance (SRO) 1993. As we know,   rivers in the state are mainly used as means of transport. We are always checking  the cargo boat...