Customer’s Day attracts 600 new members

  SIBU: The Sarawak State Library Customer’s Day 2017 received an overwhelming response when 600 people registered as library members and a total of 1,095 people participated in the 2-day progra...

BioBorneo and Bioeconomy Day 2017 on 9 May

KUCHING: The BioBorneo and Bioeconomy Day 2017 will be held at Imperial Hotel here on 9 May. Jointly organised by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), Bioeconomy Corporation of...

Aiman Tino woos his fans, crowd

KUCHING: Many fans turned up at Aiman Tino’s ‘meet and greet’ session at MyDIN Samariang here, yesterday. The ‘meet and greet session’ was also aimed at promoting Aiman Tino’s Candy Cherry Brite prod...

Borneo International School now opens for registration

KUCHING: More than 100 people attended the open day of Borneo International School (BIS) at Jalan Setia Raja here, yesterday. Aspiring to be the leading international school in the state, the BIS is ...

The crane and the crab​

  Stories are a part of our lives. We all grew up with stories. They could anecdotes of our family, narratives of our friends, tales that we read. We hear stories at work, at school, on televisi...

TYT shows interest in ‘Luba Salui Lukut’

MUKAH: The Head of State (TYT), Tun Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud was impressed with the traditional boat race called ‘Luba Salui Lukut’. His Excellency and the wife, Toh Puan Datuk Patinggi Hajah...

Mukah new airport to complete next year

10,00 witnesses opening ceremony (From page 1) In his welcoming speech earlier, Dr Toyad revealed that the division’s most awaited project, the Mukah new airport, is expected to be completed next yea...

Hospital Sentosa treats over 20,000 outpatients yearly

KUCHING: Hospital Sentosa treats over 20,000 outpatients every year which shows a need to address the issue of mental disorder, especially depression. According to Batu Kitang State Assemblyman Lo Kh...

Int’l Bornean Frog Race: An ecotourism gem

  KUCHING: Other than the iconic species like orangutan and rafflesia, the potential of other wildlife species for ecotourism development in Sarawak can and should be further explored. This was ...