Cuepacs to submit new salary system end of 2018

MIRI: A proposal for the new remuneration system for civil servants will be submitted to the government end of this year, said the President of Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil...

Storytelling contest on this Saturday

KUCHING: The Sarawak Stat e Library (Pustaka) in collaboration with CityOne Megamall will host a Storytelling Competition in conjunction with the 61st Independence Day. The programme will be held on ...

EPF i-Suri open for registration

KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) announced that the registration for Caruman Sukarela Insentif Suri (i-Suri) has been opened yesterday, and those who are eligible may participate in i...

Two pilots injured in Subang helicopter crash

KUALA LUMPUR: Two pilots were slightly injured after their helicopter on a test flight crashed at the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang yesterday, according to police. Petaling Jaya&...

Claim back State’s rights via GPS – Balingian rep

MUKAH: The Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) is an appropriate vehicle to claim back the rights of Sarawak which had been eroded, said Balingian State Assemblyman Abdul Yakub Arbi. “Being the local front ...

Dr M to civil servants: Don’t follow wrong orders

PUTRAJAYA: The loyalty of civil servants such as administrative and diplomatic officers and police and military personnel to the government should not be up to the point of complying with directives ...

Tech guru, body language expert among TriBE 2018 speakers

KUCHING: Sarawak’s first conference for Business Events, the Business Events Tr ibal Meet (TriBE 2018), will kick-off the conference with 2 keynote sessions featuring tech guru Corbin Ball (Canada) a...

Balloon girl free, prosecution drops appeal

KUALA LUMPUR: The prosecution in the case of ‘Balloon Girl’ Bilqis Hijjas, who was acquitted and discharged for “insulting behaviour” through the dropping of yellow balloons at a 2015 event attended ...