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State leaders far-sighted: Rep

MUKAH: Sarawak leaders are not what some have described as “old wine in a new bottle” or to be equated with Barisan...

Poser on state election date

KUCHING: With the state election just around the corner, political parties and interested individuals are reportedly in high gear with their preparations.

Rally support for GPS government

BAU: Community leaders and village chiefs are reminded to convey information to the people under their care to continue supporting the Gabungan...

Works come first for Abang Jo

KUCHING: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg is unfazed over widespread talks of an impending state election.

Redistribution of seats doable

KUCHING: A redistribution of seats in line with a party’s winnability in the areas for the upcoming state election is doable provided...

Work out amicable seat allocations, says PBB info chief

KUCHING: Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) leaders and members need to use every endeavour to work out amicable solutions in resolving any differences...

Seat swap? Why not?

KUCHING: Swapping of seats could be an option if voters have lost faith in the respective parties. Parti Pesaka...

Sagah ready to defend Tarat seat

SERIAN: Tarat incumbent Datuk Roland Sagah Wee Inn said he would defend his seat upon getting the directive from the president of...

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Mixed reaction to govt initiative

KUCHING: The federal government's decision to lift the limit on number of people at functions provided there...

Special visit to PMU director

MUKAH: Politeknik Mukah (PMU) director Dullah Muluk received a courtesy call from two local business entities at...

Francis hands over RM15,000 funds

SIMANGGANG: An allocation of RM15,000 was presented to Pertubuhan Meninggikan Akhlah Che Chuan Khor Sri Aman on...

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Mixed reaction to govt initiative

KUCHING: The federal government's decision to lift...

Special visit to PMU director

MUKAH: Politeknik Mukah (PMU) director Dullah Muluk...