Sunday, June 27, 2021

Community

Give back to community, companies urged

KUCHING: Business entities and corporations are encouraged to do their part in giving back to the community during this difficult time due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department (Law, State-Federal Relations and Project Monitoring) Datuk...

More preachers now turn to TikTok to share religious content

KUALA LUMPUR: With its interesting and unique special effects to create creative short videos, TikTok is fast becoming a popular and fastest-growing video-sharing app in the world and a source of fame to many people. While the teenagers would mostly...

Apply for allocations, Saberkas branches advised

ASAJAYA: Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah has advised Saberkas branches to apply for allocations that would be used later to help the community. “So far we have received several applications and the number is expected to increase in the near...

Collective responsibility to preserve water resource

KUCHING: It is the collective responsibility of the community to preserve rivers in Sarawak, ensuring that they are free from pollution. Igan MP Ahmad Johnie Zawawi said the community should be aware that each individual plays an important role in...

RTPs beneficial to community

SIBU: Rural Transformation projects (RTPs) will provide many benefits to the local community, said Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister's Department (Native Law and Customs) Datuk John Sikie Tayai. According to a spokesperson, he was present during a survey conducted...

Call for entire community to register for Covid vaccination

BINTULU: Bintulu Division Resident Jack Aman Luat called on the entire community in the division to register for the Covid-19 vaccine injection. He is confident that the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine is safe and effective, and does not cause any serious...

Community praised for helping the needy

MIRI: State Transport Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin applauded the local people for helping the needy regardless of their religious beliefs. "Despite their different faiths, they help one another. Therefore, as such we must strengthen this communal character to create...

A bridge between local council and community

KUCHING: The formation of ‘friendly neighbourhoods’ (Kejiranan Mesra or KJM) within Kuching North City Hall (DBKU) area of jurisdiction promotes and nurtures community inclusivity, said DBKU Mayor Datuk Junaidi Reduan. “The functions of KJMs are to organise social programmes and...

Churches in Sibu given grants from Unifor

KUCHING: The Unit for Other Religions (Unifor) has channelled grants worth RM580,000 to four churches in Sibu. The recipients were BEM Bethel Church, Teku; Iban Methodist Church, Jalan Fong Ming; St John Church, Jalan Datuk Haji Openg; and St Mary’s...

JKKKs key to raising community awareness

KUCHING: Village security and development committees (JKKKs) need to play its role in raising awareness among the community of the risk of viruses and diseases happening around them. Balingian assemblyman Abdul Yakub Arbi said public awareness was crucial especially on...
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Implement targeted MCO only in red zones

KUCHING: Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) Sarawak commissioner Datuk Dr Madeline Berma is of the view that the government should...
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