Monday, September 20, 2021

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Not all civil servants receive BPN

KUALA LUMPUR: The Congress of Union of Employees in the Public and Civil Services Malaysia (Cuepacs) has slammed a certain party who claimed that civil servants should not receive the Bantuan Prihatin Nasional (BPN) aid as they were not...

Ministry launches Integrity Week

BY SARAH HAFIZAH CHANDRA KUCHING: The permanent secretary to the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Hii Chang Kee says it is important for civil servants to perform their duties with integrity. “Integrity is good ethics and values that will affect...

Civil servants urged to be creative and innovative

BY ALVERDTEKOSTER ANYAP KUCHING: Civil servants today need to be creative, innovative and critical in finding solutions to serve the public. Sarawak Federal Secretary Mohd Shahabuddin Omar urged civil servants to equip themselves with skills, find opportunities to explore new things...

49 corruption cases as of Oct 14, 28 involved civil servants

TEBEDU: Sarawak recorded 49 corruption cases, with 60 arrests made as of Oct 14. Sarawak Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) director Mohd Zaki Hassan said of the 60 arrests, 28 were civil servants, 28 members of the public, three private workers...

Learning how to handle fires

MIRI: Civil servants were taught how to handle fires in a 'Race on Fire' programme today. The programme, organised by the State Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) in conjunction with the Sarawak Public Service Innovation Week, took place at the...

Civil servants told to buck up

LAWAS: Underperforming civil servants in the state are told to buck up because the state government was serious in implementing development projects to help resolve the people’s predicament especially in the rural areas. “Our CM is committed to helping the...

Four civil servants arrested for breaking quarantine

KUCHING: Sarawak police have arrested four civil servants for violating the quarantine order. “Three were arrested in Sibu while one was arrested in Kanowit, for cutting off the wristband before the end of the quarantine period,,” said Sarawak Disaster Management...

Exemption for govt staff, traders

KUCHING: All civil servants and businessmen entering Sarawak from Malaya, Sabah and Labuan via Kuching International Airport will no longer have to wear a wristband or be quarantined. The Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) said visitors will be exempted from...

Civil servant, foreigner among 15 nabbed in drug bust

KAPIT: A civil servant and a foreign woman were among 15 individuals arrested following a raid in Kapit Market and Kampung Cina last Friday for possession and testing positive of drugs. Kapit OCPD Dept Supt Freddy Bian Stanislaus Bian said...

Special Raya aid for civil servants, pensioners

KUALA LUMPUR: The government has agreed to give a special Aidilfitri assistance of RM500 to civil servants on Grade 56 and below. Public Service Department director-general Datuk Mohd Khairul Adib Abd Rahman, in a circular, said the payment would be made...
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Joint effort to curb spread of virus

KUCHING: To prepare for the resumption of dining-in which starts today (Sept 20), several parties have joined hands to...
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