Tag:CMCO

Travel restrictions may return

KUCHING: Police mounted roadblocks will be re-introduced if the conditional movement control order (CMCO) is declared in Kuching. Sarawak...

Follow guidelines, organisers told

AIDILADHA QURBAN RITUALS KUCHING: The organisers of ‘qurban’ rituals in Sarawak must adhere to guidelines set by the...

Almost RM6 mln fine collected for defying MCO

KUALA LUMPUR: The total fine collected from companies and individuals for defying the movement control order (MCO) amounted to RM5,928,000.

Unemployment rate on the rise

KUCHING: In a recent survey conducted by the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM), the country faces an increase of 5.3 percent in...

Bills based on three months’ average

KUCHING: Sibu Water Board (SWB) on Monday (June 22) said all bills issued to its customers since March 18 to May 31...

High electricity bills?

Send a snapshot to SEB KUCHING: Electricity consumers in Sarawak who receive higher electricity bill this month have been...

Restarting property, construction sectors in the new norm

KUCHING: As property and construction sectors are restarting work, however due to the standard operating procedures (SOPs) set for these industries, it...

UTC counters to resume operation

MIRI: All counters for federal government services at the Miri Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) will resume its operations on Monday (June 15)...

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Man held for online gambling

KABONG: A local man was arrested on suspicion of being actively involved in selling online top-ups for...

GOF personnel dies in car fire

MIRI: A 43-year-old man died in a car fire at Miri-Bintulu road near Simpang Entulang here yesterday.

Fined for not displaying price tag

MUKAH: A local supermarket which failed to display price tag on an item valued about RM100 ended...

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Man held for online gambling

KABONG: A local man was arrested on...

GOF personnel dies in car fire

MIRI: A 43-year-old man died in a car fire at...