“No drowning of captured stray dogs”

KUCHING: Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas has confirmed that the Sarawak Veterinary Department does not drown its captured strays instead they euthanise the dogs humanely. He said...

UTES delegates urged to share ideas on workers’ rights

KUCHING: The 11th Union of Telecoms Employees Sarawak (UTES) Triennial Delegates Conference has been officially launched by the President of Union Network International-Malaysian Liaison Council (UNI...

2,000 layered-cake style mooncakes sold

KUCHING: Creative innovation led a woman entrepreneur to create a unique mooncake with Sarawak’s famous layered-cake (kek lapis) as its filling, a new twist to the traditional filling of traditional ...

Tasik Biru fete from Sept 28

KUCHING: This year’s Tasik Biru Festival will be held this coming 28 to 30 September within the lake’s compound in Bau. Minister for Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth, and Sports, Datuk Abdul Karim Rahma...

One dead, another injured in burnt 4WD

BINTULU: A man was burnt to death and his friend suffered injuries in an accident where their vehicle caught fire and got burned at Jalan Pesisir Bintulu-Miri near Shell Oil Station at Jalan Samalaju...

TYT receives courtesy call from Ma’al Hijrah Committee

KUCHING:  Head of State Tun Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud yesterday received a courtesy call from the Organising Committee of State Level Ma’al Hijrah Celebration led by Datu Misnu Taha at Demak J...

‘Sarawak needs 1M clinics the most’

KUCHING: Sarawak, more than any other states, is in need of the 1Malaysia (1M) Clinics or Community Clinics. This is by virtue of the state’s geographical vastness, scattered population, the wide peo...

Karim hopes S’wak to be this year’s SUKMA champ

KUCHING: Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth, and Sports, Datuk Haji Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah hopes that the Sarawak contingent can be overall champion for the coming Sukma Games in Perak. “We...