Monday, July 26, 2021

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Public told to report corruption to MACC, not on social media

PUTRAJAYA: The public is urged to report any abuse of power, fraud or corruption with evidence to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and not just making allegations on social media. MACC Strategic Communications Division director Kamaruddin M Ripin said any...

Police on lookout for 70-year-old man

KUCHING: Police are currently looking for Richard Poh Sze Eng to assist in the investigation of a criminal breach of trust (CBT) case. Sarawak Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) chief Supt Maria Rasid who confirmed the matter, said the 70-year-old...

Probe into Haji Baki landslide underway

KUCHING: The relevant authorities will investigate the cause or causes of a landslide at Jalan Kuching-Bau near the traffic light junction to Kampung Haji Baki. At midnight on Friday, an elderly man who was driving a van reportedly fell into...

Investigation on Measat-3 satellite anomaly ongoing

KUALA LUMPUR: An in-depth investigation is still being conducted with Boeing Satellite Systems (BSS) to determine the root cause of the anomaly detected on the Measat-3 satellite, according to Measat Global Berhad (Measat). In a statement today, Measat said it...

Alleged crypto-mining house catches fire

MIRI: A house which was allegedly used as a cryptocurrency mining centre near Desa Bahagia here caught fire today (Jul 8). Miri Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) Zone 6 chief Supt Law Poh Kiong said the department received a report on the incident at 2.40pm...

Hospital to examine documents, trace personnel on duty in twin baby swapping incident

KOTA BHARU: The Raja Perempuan Zainab II Hospital (HRPZ II) will examine the relevant documents, including tracing the health personnel on duty, to ascertain whether the case of two babies, including a twin, who were swapped at birth 20...

Investigate state’s recovery rate

KUCHING: Sarawak Patriots Association (SPA) chairman Datuk Dr Lau Pang Heng is asking the authorities to investigate why Sarawak’s recovery rate and the infectivity rate (IR) are below the national levels. Dr Lau in a statement today (June 26) said...

Miri Health Department to conduct investigations

MIRI: The Miri Health Department will investigate allegations of them denying vaccination to farmers without the citizenship documents. Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) chairman Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas said he had contacted Miri divisional health officer Dr Raviwharmman Packierisamy...

Toddler allegedly abused to death, four arrested

BETONG: A two-year-old boy died at Betong Hospital yesterday (June 6) and doctors believe it was the result of abuse. Sarawak Police Commissioner Datuk Aidi Ismail who confirmed the case, said the child's mother and boyfriend are now detained to facilitate investigation. "I cannot provide further information other than to confirm that a report was lodged by Betong Hospital about the death of the toddler who had bruises on his body," he told New Sarawak Tribune via Whatsapp last night. Meanwhile, Betong police chief DSP Zamry Alli when contacted, said police received a call from the hospital at 3.45pm on the death of the toddler. A police team which was despatched to the hospital confirmed the incident. The child was brought to the hospital at 3pm by family members for treatment. "The medical officer's examination noticed bruises and injuries on the child's body which could be the cause of death. "We arrested four of the child's family members, including the mother," said Zamry. He said the suspects, aged between 22 and 65, will be remanded to facilitate investigation under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder, which carries the death sentence upon conviction. Zamry advised the public not to speculate on the case, appealing to them to allow police to conduct a thorough investigation to identify the culprits.

11 called up over Facebook photo

KOTA SAMARAHAN: Eleven individuals have been called up by the district police headquarters here to help investigate alleged violations of Hari Raya Aidilfitri standard operating procedures (SOPs) in Asajaya recently. The Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) on Monday (May 17)...
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Public told to report corruption to MACC, not on social media

PUTRAJAYA: The public is urged to report any abuse of power, fraud or corruption with evidence to the Malaysian...
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