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Crocodile farm slowly recovering

SIBURAN: The ecotourism sectors in Sarawak are among those hit hardest by the Covid-19 pandemic. As such, locals alone...

Rep inspects school’s new block progress

KAPIT: Bukit Goram assemblyman Jefferson Jamit Unyat inspected the ongoing construction of the new double-storey block of Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Sungai Amang...

Ministry to expedite distribution

KENYALANG GOLD CARD KUCHING: A recently developed catch-up plan by the Ministry of Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family...

Used car dealers still finding life hard

KUCHING: The automotive industry in Sarawak is slowly recovering amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The movement control order (MCO) began...

Cable-stayed bridge to be completed by September

KUCHING: The construction of the Sungai Mujong cable-stayed bridge in Baleh, Kapit is progressing smoothly and is scheduled to be completed by...

Number of new businesses exceeds closure applications

KUALA LUMPUR: The number of registered new businesses has exceeded the number of business closure applications, based on the records of the Companies...

MCO re-enforced if cases escalate

PUTRAJAYA: The movement control order (MCO) or the conditional movement control order (CMCO) will be re-enforced if Covid-19 local transmission positive cases escalate.

Drop in attendance at Mukah public library

MUKAH: The movement control order (MCO), which is currently in the recovery phase since June 10, has affected the attendance at the...

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Farmer killed in crash

SIBU: A farmer was killed after his motorcycle collided with a four-wheel drive vehicle at Jalan Sibu-Durin...

15 high achievers given incentive

MUKAH: Fifteen students who excelled in public examinations last year received study incentive here last Friday (Aug...

62 compounds issued statewide

SOP NON-COMPLIANCE KUCHING: Police have issued 62 compounds to individuals in the state...

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Farmer killed in crash

SIBU: A farmer was killed after his...

15 high achievers given incentive

MUKAH: Fifteen students who excelled in public...