Newcomers SK TASUDA emerge schools champs

KUCHING : The Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Tan Sri Sulaiman Daud (TASUDA) won the champion title of the Elite Cricket competition (12 years age group) for the Tun Ahmad Sarji Cup 2017. The newcomers defea...

Two schools SERASI grand prize winners

KUCHING: SMK Bandar Sibu, Sibu and SK Dua Sungai, Mukah each walked away with RM5,000 cash prize, the challenge trophy and certificate of achievement when they were announced as the winners of the Sp...

Woman passenger dies, four others hurt in crash

SRI AMAN: A woman died at Sri Aman Hospital after she was invovled in an accident at KM31, Sri Aman-Kuching Road last Sunday. Sri Aman District Police chief, DSP Haji Othman Sulaiman said the decease...

Prince Charles and Camilla visit SCV

KUCHING: Yesterday, the cheerful atmosphere at the iconic Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV) was special and unique from any other day when the “living museum” on the foothills of the legendary Mount San...

‘Articulate Art Affair’ held at Galleria

KUCHING: Galleria, an art gallery at Rubber Road West here recently held an event entitled, “Articulate Art Affair”. During the event, an art talk was conducted by the Curator of Balai Seni Negara, A...

‘Environmental education must start from preschool’

KUCHING: Environmental education is one of the approaches of the government to manage the environment and education towards preserving and protecting the environment required awareness, knowledge, un...

Woman cheats death in accident

MIRI: A woman cheated death after she lost control of the car she was driving and crashed into a road barrier at Miri-Pujut flyover here around 2.30pm last Sunday. A source said the accident was beli...

Man arrested for threatening SESCO’s technicians

SIBU: A man was arrested after he threatened SESCO’s meter inspection technicians with a deadly weapon earlier this week during a meter replacement exercise. The incident occurred at Jalan Ulu Sungei...

‘Puteri Gunung Ledang’ play attracts 550

KUCHING: The Swinburne Theatre Club performed their latest theatre play, ‘Puteri Gunung Ledang’ which saw 550 in attendance. The script writers for the play were Seamus Lim and Deborah Lee which feat...