12 varsities partake in IMT-GT sports carnival

ARAU: Nearly 1,000 students representing 12 universities from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand took part in the 20th IMT-GT (Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand – Growth Triangle) Varsity Carnival here from ...

Minimum wage promise, PH’s five-year plan

ALOR SETAR: The new RM1,500 minimum wage for the private sector nationwide that was stipulated in Pakatan Harapan (PH) manifesto is the party’s five-year plan. Deputy Human Resource Minister Datuk Ma...

Major cities in dire need of teachers

KLUANG: The dwindling number of teachers in major cities especially in Johor and Selangor is a serious issue as many of them who are in service, choose to return to their respective hometown. Educati...

Nga: Government may reinstate PSA 1963

IPOH: The Pakatan Harapan government is considering on reinstating the Parliamentary Service Act (PSA) 1963, said Dewan Rakyat Deputy Speaker Nga Kor Ming. He said the Act which was repealed in 1992 ...

Pasir Raja Herbal Park to generate 200 jobs

DUNGUN: The Sultan of Terengganu Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin launched the Pasir Raja Herbal Park, a Herbal Integrated Cluster Development (HICD) project in Pasir Raja here yesterday. The project is a ...

Pameran Sarawak Ibu Pertiwiku: A timeline of Sarawak

KUCHING: “Pameran Sarawak Ibu Pertiwiku”, an exhibition on Sarawak’s Independence is now on at Plaza Merdeka Shopping Mall here until July 29. Held in conjunction with Sarawak Independence Day 2018 C...

Mukah: 3,000 celebrate Independence Day

MUKAH: About 3,000 people from all walks of life thronged Mukah Stadium to witness Mukah Division Sarawak Independence Day Celebration yesterday morning. The programme kicked off with the distributio...

S4S: Waving the old Sarawak flags

KUCHING: Around 500 Sarawak for Sarawakians (S4S) supporters held a rally in conjunction with the Sarawak Day Independence Day Celebration at Padang Merdeka here yesterday. The participants were seen...

CMO clarifies PETROS-Oman venture

KUCHING: The Chief Minister’s Office has clarified that PETROS, the state oil company and co-regulator of the oil and gas industry in Sarawak, has nothing to do with the venture in Oman as alleged in...