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Govt improving broadband services in Baram

KUCHING: The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia (MCMC) is prioritising the provision of rural broadband services to...

4 1/2 Mile flyover completed this Dec

KUCHING: The flyover at 4 and 1/2 Mile here is expected to complete by this coming December.

Partnership to help small businesses

KUCHING: United Overseas Bank (Malaysia) Bhd (UOB Malaysia) partnered with leading business technology company StoreHub to help...

Public Bank to provide assistance

LOAN REPAYMENT KUCHING: Public Bank stands ready to provide loan repayment assistance for...

Back to a low record

KUALA LUMPUR: Only one new case of Covid-19 was reported in Malaysia yesterday, matching the record low...

Whoever wins, Sabahans lose

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Two schools receive protective equipment

SARIKEI: Repok assemblyman Datuk Seri Huang Tiong...

Market traders urged to comply with SOPs

KUCHING: All traders must strictly observe the standard operating procedures (SOPs) such as wearing of face masks...

Schools outside red zones may close

KUCHING: Schools outside Covid-19 red zones may also be closed if there is a need, said Senior...

Don’t put down other people’s efforts, Soon Koh told

KUCHING: If Bawang Assan assemblyman Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh cannot solve setbacks to the people’s livelihood,...

Irrelevancy claim not true: SUPP

SIBU: Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) Dudong...

Man dies after fainting outside mall

MIRI: An elderly man fainted and died...

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If Sarawak does well, Malaysia will too

“UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL”...

Towards a united, prosperous state

DATUK Snowdan Lawan hopes that Sarawak will be self-reliant, and become one...

Everyone’s duty to look after Sarawak

IT is every Sarawakian’s duty to ensure that Sarawak is united and...

Protect our fair land

SARAWAKIANS must remain united and continue to protect their beloved Sarawak, says...

A journey of patience

By Roosfa Hashim Tomorrow,...

Petronas withdraws appeal

PUTRAJAYA: Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas) today withdrew...

Sacrificial cow puts up a good fight

KUCHING: A black cow that attempted to...

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Govt improving broadband services in Baram

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4 1/2 Mile flyover completed this Dec

KUCHING: The flyover at 4 and 1/2...

Schools outside red zones may close

KUCHING: Schools outside Covid-19 red zones may...

Death plunge from waterfall

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Fatimah distributes 3,595 KGCs

KUCHING: A total of 3,595 Kenyalang Gold...

Making Kuching city great

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Public Bank to provide assistance

LOAN REPAYMENT KUCHING: Public Bank stands ready to provide loan repayment assistance for...

Two schools receive protective equipment

SARIKEI: Repok assemblyman Datuk Seri Huang Tiong Sii distributed face masks, hand sanitisers and temperature-checking equipment to...

Market traders urged to comply with SOPs

KUCHING: All traders must strictly observe the standard operating procedures (SOPs) such as wearing of face masks...

Schools outside red zones may close

KUCHING: Schools outside Covid-19 red zones may also be closed if there is a need, said Senior...

Don’t put down other people’s efforts, Soon Koh told

KUCHING: If Bawang Assan assemblyman Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh cannot solve setbacks to the people’s livelihood,...

Irrelevancy claim not true: SUPP

SIBU: Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) Dudong Youth strongly disagreed with Progressive Democratic Party (PDP) Dudong branch...

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Back to a low record

KUALA LUMPUR: Only one new case of Covid-19 was reported in Malaysia...

Study on special law to deal with contempt of court cases

KUALA LUMPUR: The government is studying the need to formulate a special...

Ministry taking action to prevent child neglect

KUCHING: The Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development is taking the...

Govt urged to promote use of fabric face masks

KUALA LUMPUR: The federal and state governments have been urged to promote...

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RHB launches app for SMEs

KUCHING: The first artificial intelligence (AI) powered...

Ringgit to ride on firmer Asian region’s currencies

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit will be driven...

Gold hits record high on haven demand as markets rally sputters

HONG KONG: Gold hit a record high...

Bank Islam encourages customers to go virtual

KUCHING: Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad (Bank Islam)...

AirAsia upbeat on recovery trajectory

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Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it...

A TV station of our own

Television is the triumph of machine over people. – Fred Allen,...

Fig leaf culture

Shame is a soul eating emotion.– Carl Gustav Yung, Swiss...

Nice to hear from my nephews

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Tokyo Paralympics competition schedule announced

TOKYO: The Tokyo 2020 organising committee on Monday announced the schedule of...

Aussie marathon swimmer to challenge English Channel record

SYDNEY: Australian endurance swimmer Chloe McCardel is planning to create a slice...

Formula One scraps US, Brazil, Mexico and Canada races

PARIS: The Grands Prix in the United States, Mexico, Brazil and Canada...

MTBC cancels Malaysian Open Tourney

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress (MTBC) has decided to call...

Sole in one! Players get a kick out of ‘footgolf’

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Living in a silent world

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Transforming hunger into hope

Held annually, the World Vision’s 30-Hour Famine movement sees participants around...

Yacutha: Style sewn from experience

Yacub Taha created his brand Yacutha from the experiences he gathered...

Kuching world’s first ‘City of Unity’

KUCHING: The beautiful and lively city of Kuching, located at the southwest...

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Pedestrian hit by car dies

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Living in a silent world

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Transforming hunger into hope

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