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Botak Chin and ‘Hero’ Kulasingam

Journalism is the protection between people and any sort...

Scrap metal dealers told to reject stolen goods

KAPIT: Scrap metal dealers are advised to be wary...

Friends fined RM2,000 for theft

KUCHING: Two friends were on Thursday (Jan 27) fined...

Man gets 12 months for punching aunty

KUCHING: A local man will be spending time in...

Sarawak short of 3,385 teachers

KUCHING: As of April this year, Sarawak short of a total of 3,385 teachers — 1,545 in secondary schools and 1,840 in primary schools. To...

Sarawak records better results

KUCHING: Sarawak achieved a State Average Grade (GPN) of 5.07 in its Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2020 results, an improvement over its GPN of...

Most parents welcome reopening of school

KUCHING: Parents are generally in favour of allowing schools to be reopened for physical classes on March 8 despite the concern over the pandemic...

1,045 schools allowed reopening on Mar 8

Face-to-face sessions KUCHING: Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) has allowed 1,045 government and government-aided primary schools across the state to resume face-to-face class sessions beginning...

Bedridden mother of five receives donations

KUCHING: A bedridden single mother of five had recently received donations and integrated work by various agencies in a one-off service. Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women,...

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Scrap metal dealers told to reject stolen goods

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Friends fined RM2,000 for theft

KUCHING: Two friends were on Thursday (Jan 27) fined...

Man gets 12 months for punching aunty

KUCHING: A local man will be spending time in...

Man gets seven years for cheating friend

SIBU: A man, who faced four charges of cheating,...
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