Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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Fresh Covid-19 SOPs for O&G workers coming up

MIRI: The state is drawing up new standard operating procedures (SOPs) to tackle the increasing number of coronavirus-infected employees in the oil and gas sector. Transport Minister Datuk Seri Lee Kim Shin said these workers and their family members were...

Church receives RM200,000 grant from Unifor

MIRI: Tudan Methodist Church yesterday (Oct 17) received a RM200,000 grant from the Unit for Other Religions (Unifor) for its extension and upgrading works. The cheque was presented by Transport Minister Datuk Seri Lee Kim Shin cum Senadin assemblyman. Receiving the...

1,848 students get second jab

MIRI: At the vaccination centre at Eastwood Valley Golf and Country Club here yesterday morning, 1,848 secondary students from four schools received their second Covid-19 vaccine dose. The students were from Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Luak, SMK Lopeng Tengah, SMK...

Field hospital being set up in Miri

MIRI: The Mercy Malaysia Sarawak chapter field hospital, which is currently being set up at Miri Hospital’s parking lot nearby the emergency entrance, will be able to accommodate 66 Covid-19 patients under the Three and Four categories. This is the...

RM25 mln project set to benefit 200 fishermen

MIRI: The construction work of a 200-metre wave breaker project worth RM25 million at Kampung Batu 1, Kuala Baram is expected to be completed by the end of next year. “Construction is progressing well and is currently at 30 percent...

Mini parks, recreational facilities built in residential areas

MIRI: A total of 13 mini parks and recreational facilities in open spaces within the residential areas of Senadin constituency have been built under the local assemblyman’s Rural Transformation Programme. Datuk Lee Kim Shin, who is also Sarawak Transport Minister,...

Funds for minor rural projects

MIRI: A representative of the Malaysian Red Crescent Miri Chapter (MRCS) and several organisations in Miri received a capital injection of RM149,000 in Minor Rural Project (MRP) funds. Minister of Transport Datuk Lee Kim Shin presented the funds to 16...

Long-term solution to Temple Street pontoon wharf

By Danny Wong SIBU: The Sarawak Ministry of Transport handed over the Certificate of Practical Completion (CPC) for 'The Proposed New Jetty Structures' at the existing RC (reinforced concrete) pontoon wharf, Temple Street here. Transport Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin was...

Mavcom to look into flight frequency details

MIRI: The Malaysia Aviation Commission (Mavcom) will look into the details of flight frequency to Sarawak as it involves other technical requirements such as manpower, aircraft mobilisation and flight connectivity. In saying this, Sarawak Transport Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin...

Sibu’s Bandung vessels return to Temple Street wharf

SIBU:  Loading and unloading operations of Bandungs or double decker vessels used mainly for transporting groceries and light cargo along the Batang Rajang River, will be shifted back to the pontoon wharf at Temple Street here. Sarawak Transport Minister Datuk...
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Fresh Covid-19 SOPs for O&G workers coming up

MIRI: The state is drawing up new standard operating procedures (SOPs) to tackle the increasing number of coronavirus-infected employees...
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