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Appointment letters for Kakus village chiefs soon

KUCHING: Forty-one village chiefs in Kakus Constituency will receive their letters of appointment soon. Assistant Minister in the Chief...

18 longhouses benefit from scheme

BINTULU: Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister's Department (Sarawak Bumiputera Law and Customs) Datuk John Sikie Tayai asserts that in 2019, 18...

A government that feels people’s pulse

BINTULU: The Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) state government is a government that feels the pulse of the people regardless of their background.

Teach youth about traditional dances

TATAU: The Folk Dance and Recreation Club here has been urged to teach the younger generation about traditional dances.

Government committed to help develop state

BINTULU: Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department (Sarawak Bumiputera Law and Customs) Datuk John Sikie Tayai asserted that the Sarawak government...

Beware of fake news

TATAU: Beware of fake news circulating on social media, warned Native Laws and Customs Assistant Minister Datuk John Sikie Tayai.

Tuai rumah must have academic qualification

TATAU: A tuai rumah (longhouse chieftain) must at least have Form Three academic qualification and should be able to read and write.

Sarawak supports Agriculture Facilitation Fund

SELANGAU: The Gabungan Parti (GPS) government in Sarawak supports the Agriculture Facilitation Fund (AFF) and assistance will be given to those who...

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NCR land well-protected

SIBU: The Sarawak government has always recognised and defended the rights of the people, especially regarding native...

Integrity begins with leaders first

KUCHING: The practise of integrity must begin with leaders themselves, says Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department...

Democracy survived — a close call!

Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it...

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NCR land well-protected

SIBU: The Sarawak government has always recognised...

Integrity begins with leaders first

KUCHING: The practise of integrity must begin...