Monday, June 21, 2021

Kuching city

MBKS launches cleaning-up drive

KUCHING: Kuching City South Council (MBKS) has kicked off its cleaning-up campaign with an aim to keep the city clean. It was also meant to revive the spirit of gotong-royong among the public. About 60 MBKS staff together with 30 local...

City mosque now has digital information kiosk

KUCHING: Kuching city mosque now can assist visitors to gain more information about Kuching city through its digital information kiosk. Launched by Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah, the kiosk is part of the initiative under...

Making Kuching city great

LIVING up to its name as ‘City of Unity’, Kuching is not only home to a multiracial society but also committed to doing its best for the local community. There are two local authorities given the mandate to administer the...

Kuching city’s latest attraction

KUCHING: The city’s latest attraction, namely the New Norm Park located adjacent to the Kuching City South Council (MBKS) building here was launched today. Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari officiated at the park opening in conjunction with the 32nd...

Three ‘Ah Long’ suspects nabbed

KUCHING: Police crippled an illegal money-lending syndicate or ‘Ah Long’ in an operation codenamed ‘Op Vulture’ last Tuesday. Kuching district deputy police chief Supt Merbin Lisa said three suspects, aged 25, 26 and 35, were arrested and 225 money- lending...

Mi Kolok Haji Salleh: Stealing the Spotlight during MCO

It came as a surprise to not only Sarawakians, but also the owners of Mi Kolok Haji Salleh when Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin mentioned them during his Prihatin Rakyat economic stimulus package announcement for SMEs on April...

Kuching now a ghost town

KUCHING: Kuching, a city normally bustling with a cacophony of activities, has transformed into a ghost town amidst the movement control order (MCO) imposed to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Though a number of Kuchingites failed to comply with the MCO...

Lively Kuching comes to a standstill

KUCHING: The sound of the cool breeze, raindrops, and vehicle engines on the roads can be heard clearly in the city of Kuching. The city began the first day of the 14-day movement control order yesterday, which will last until March 31. On a...
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‘Jab first, register later’ approach may be abused

By Nurin Yusrina KUCHING: We may see significant cases of non-Malaysians adopting shortcuts to receive their Covid-19 vaccine if there...
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