Unimas, Estonia’s TUT ink MoU

TALLINN: A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed yesterday between UNIMAS and Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) here that will pave the way for a strategic collaboration between Universit...

500 primary schools nationwide partake in Yeo’s programme

KUCHING: Approximately 500 primary schools throughout Malaysia participated in “Program Tajaan Biasiswa: #SayaSihat Bersama Yeo’s”. The five-month programme has been ongoing from March 13 until Augus...

Power theft: Ministry issues public reminder

KUCHING: Ministry of Utilities Sarawak wishes to remind the public that the Ministry is committed to tackling the issues of rampant power theft in Sarawak. At the recent incident, a Kuching-based com...

CHAOTIC Six-vehicle pileup

  MIRI: Over a mile of traffic congestion occurred when six vehicles including a lorry were involved in a chaotic pileup at Jalan Miri-Bypass here on Thursday night. Despite the chaos caused by ...

2.2 people fatalities rate per 10,000 vehicles by 2020

LAMBIR: Malaysia is set to reduce the mishap fatalities rate to 2.2 people for every 10,000 registered vehicles nationwide by the year of 2020. Secretary General for Transport Ministry, Dato Seri Sar...

Longhouse chief dies in motorcycle-truck collision

LUBOK ANTU: A longhouse chief (tuai rumah) from Bengap, Batang Ai succumbed to injuries when motorcycle he was riding rammed the back of a cement mixer truck at Kilometre 21 Jalan Lubok Antu-Sri Aman...

SGH trying to locate one William Lim’s next-of-kin

KUCHING: Members of the public cooperation is needed to locate the next-of-kin or family member to a patient who is currently undergoing treatment at Neurosurgery Ward, Sarawak General Hospital (SGH)...

Amanda Kho Yeo’s contest student category champion

KUCHING: Amanda Kho Jiun Ying, a Primary 5 student of Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Cina (SJKC) Chung Hua Pujut, Miri took home RM3,000 worth of scholarship prize after she emerged as the first prize winn...

Talib visits Kuala Tatau Bridge

BINTULU: Excitement among the local folks over the Kuala Tatau Bridge project, some 48km from here is growing bigger by the day as the deadline for its completion draws nearer. Minister in the Chief ...