Four bills to be tabled in upcoming DUN meeting

KUCHING: Four Bills will be tabled in first meeting of the third session of the State Legislative Assembly (DUN) 2018 starting from today until July 18, 2018. According to the DUN Speaker, Datuk Amar...

Works Ministry to focus on hospitals, roads and schools

KUCHING: Newly appointed Works Minister, Baru Bian stressed that critical projects, namely hospitals, roads and schools, must be prioritised, must be continued, completed and given attention. He said...

Chung Hua Middle School No.1 raises RM300,000

KUCHING: A total of RM300,000 was raised during the Chung Hua Middle School No. 1 Fund Raising Carnival held at its premises at Jalan Pending here yesterday. The annual fund raising event, held in co...

SUPP-UPP MoU not honoured anymore

MIRI : The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) made between Sarawak United People’s Party and United People’s Party prior to the 14th General Election was, in fact, an affirmation of commitment by both...

Car passenger dies in crash

MUKAH: A 27-year-old man was killed after he was involved in a road accident at KM133, Sibu- Bintulu Road at about 5.15pm on Saturday. The deceased, Andrew Ak Buat, who sustained severe head injuries...

Suspect leaves bicycle, pouch bag at crime scene

MIRI: A worried resident of MDL Garden here was prompted to call Pujut Resident Committee early Saturday morning after he noticed a suspicious man climbing over a gate of one of the houses in the are...

House break-ins suspect nabbed

MIRI: A man who is actively involved in house break-in cases here was arrested, recently. With the arrest, the police believed that they have solved 12 house break-in cases involving the suspect and ...

Murder mastermind remanded seven days

JOHOR BAHRU: The alleged mastermind behind the brutal murder of a man at a petrol station in Taman Pelangi here, late last year, has been remanded seven days to facilitate investigations. Johor Crimi...

17 complaints on ‘scratch-and-win’ scam received

KOTA BHARU: The Kelantan branch of the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) had from April to Saturday, received 17 complaints related to ‘scratch-andwin’ scam, involving losses of ...