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‘Number of dengue cases on the increase’

KUCHING: Dengue cases have showed an upward trend since June this year based on dengue fever cases over the last five years,...

Miri requires used cooking oil collectors to be registered

MIRI: Miri City Council (MCC) has a new policy that requires collectors of used cooking oil to be registered.

Comply with council’s directives

KUCHING: All food operators under the Miri City Council’s jurisdiction must make sure food handlers are to wear face masks at all...

Miri cleans up squatters

MIRI: The Miri City Council (MCC) enforcement personnel conducted an operation last Friday against the homeless here squatting under the Miri-Pujut flyover.

Saberkas weekend market to reopen, says Miri mayor

MIRI: The Saberkas weekend market here will be allowed to operate this weekend, subject to strict standard operating procedures (SOP), says Mayor...

City council kicks off awareness campaign

MIRI: The Miri City Council (MCC) in collaboration with three local business organisations has kicked off an awareness campaign on the dangers...

Upgrading works at Bau water treatment plant

KUCHING: The Sarawak Rural Water Supply Department (JBALB) will be upgrading the raw water pump motor control centre (MCC) panel at the...

Apply, council tells unlicensed hawkers, traders

KUCHING: Unlicensed hawkers and traders have been urged to submit their applications for trading permits from Miri City Council (MCC).

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Umno, you heard us loud and clear

We need steel spines, not weak knees when it comes to political independence. – Dianne...

Tasik Biru set to be main ‘Pisang Kepok’ producer

BAU: The RM500,000 'Pisang Kepok' plantation on 90 hectares of land at Singai here will start producing...

Cheaper flight tickets for KGC holders soon

KOTA SAMARAHAN: Plans to offer discounts on flight tickets for Kenyalang Gold Card (KGC) holders are in...

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Umno, you heard us loud and clear

We need steel spines, not...

Tasik Biru set to be main ‘Pisang Kepok’ producer

BAU: The RM500,000 'Pisang Kepok' plantation on...