Call to benchmark ‘Wild Idea Club’ concept

  SIBU: The Chief Minister’s Department has been urged to benchmark the ‘Wild Idea Club’ concept to be practised throughout Sarawak’s public service. Director of State Service Modernization Unit...

CMSB’s pre-tax profit reported at RM135 million

KUCHING:  Cahya Mata Sarawak Berhad, the State’s leading infrastructure facilitator has reported a total revenue of RM670.57 million for 1H17, a 10% decrease to the preceding year’s correspondin...

SEB Cares has 22,000 subscribers

KUCHING: The first mobile application by Sarawak Energy Berhad called SEB Cares has 22,000 subscribers. This was disclosed by Senior Manager Service Excellence & Communication Sesco CEO Office Ah...

Hospital spreads National Day spirit

KUCHING: KPJ Kuching Specialist Hospital yesterday distributed National Day goodies at its premises in conjunction with the upcoming National Day. The staff of KPJ Kuching Specialist Hospital also po...

Clinic celebrates Breastfeeding Month

KOTA SAMARAHAN: The Maternal and Child Health Clinic Sebisak here is a Baby-Friendly Clinic. This was revealed by Sister Lucy Hosea Drang during the Breastfeeding  Month celebration at the clini...

52 cows for Hari Raya Haji

KUCHING: 44 agencies, associations and Village   Development and Security  Committees (JKKKs) will receive 52 cows worth more than RM300,000 for   the upcoming Hari Raya Haji. The symb...

RM16.8M WELFARE AID TO HELP 10,128 (JAN-JUL)

KUCHING:   From January to July this year, the Welfare Department offices in Kuching, Bau and Lundu have channeled a total sum of RM16.8 million to help 10,128 recipients of  monthly welfar...

Over 300 delegates at S’wak Mosques Congress opening

KUCHING: Over 300 delegates representing mosques statewide were present at the opening of the ‘Muktamar Masjid-Masjid Negeri Sarawak 2017’ (Congress of Sarawak Mosques 2017) by the Head of State Tun ...

Fatimah: Pupil’s death in Kapit first of such case

KUCHING: The case in which a Year One pupil died after he was allegedly hit by a Year Six pupil in a hostel of their boarding  primary school in Kapit  is very sad and should be a wake-up c...