Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Miri

Property business picking up

MIRI: The property business in this oil town is slowly picking up, assured Miri Division Chinese Associations Sarawak president Datuk David Goh Kien Ping. "Miri's economy (currently) is generally not bad," he said when contacted by the New Sarawak Tribune...

Ex-Miri mayor offers to help

KUCHING: Former Miri mayor Datuk Lawrence Lai has offered his services to help recapture the seat of Pujut from Democratic Action Party (DAP) in the coming state election. “If and whenever required, I would be willing to offer my services...

Jilted man threatens to kill himself

MIRI: A woman, in her 20s, lodged a police report last Monday after receiving scary text messages and a picture of suicide rope from her former boyfriend following their break-up. The complainant, a cobbler from Lambir, said in the text...

Miri Public Transport Committee formed

MIRI: Miri Divisional Public Transport Committee (DPTC) was formed yesterday and the first meeting was chaired by Transport Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin. Similarly, Limbang Divisional Public Transport Committee was set up on Monday. The setting up of these bodies is...

Flood not a hindrance for students

MIRI: SMK Tutoh Apoh was reported to be flooded yesterday following continuous rainfall that occurred the day earlier. Despite the water level reaching three-feet high as at 10am yesterday, the school session for Form Five students will proceed as usual. According to Miri...

KPJ Miri donates PPE to support frontliners

MIRI: KPJ Miri Specialist Hospital recently reached lent a helping hand in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, carrying out its corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme at Miri General Hospital here. Last Wednesday, KPJ Miri Specialist Hospital donated personal protective...

Vandalised buoy gets new lighting

MIRI: The missing lighting equipment on a buoy in Kuala Baram, here has been replaced with a new one, said Transport Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin. The navigation buoy belongs to Petronas Carigali-SKO Sarawak Operation for the purpose of marking...

Woman trapped in vehicle after collision

MIRI: A 35-year-old woman was trapped in her vehicle following a head-on collision nearby Sungai Dalam, along the Miri-Bintulu road, here on Wednesday (June 24). Eight firemen of Lopeng Fire and Rescue Station, led by PBK II Rorudi Umas, were...

Case in Miri was imported

KUCHING: A Covid-19 positive case in Miri involving a passenger coming from overseas was not a local case, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas. “For your information, she was found positive in Selangor after she returned from...

Three nabbed for drugs

MIRI: It was a busy Saturday night for the Pujut Resident Committee (RC) patrol team as they made three arrests on the grounds of drug abuse. Three local men in their 20s and 30s were detained and have been handed...
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Over RM1 million to help Sebuyau fishing community

SEBUYAU: The Fisheries Department (JPM) has allocated RM1.1 million to help the fishing community here.Infrastructure and Port Development Assistant...
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