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Celebrate Gawai in the new norm

BINTULU: Prime Minister's Special Envoy to China, Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing urged the people to celebrate Gawai Dayak in the new...

No Gawai for outsiders this year

KUCHING: In the previous years, Gawai Dayak was celebrated not just to offer gratitude for bountiful harvest but also to share the...

Celebrants laud ‘no ngabang’ rule

MIRI: Many Sarawakians, Gawai celebrants in particular, lauded the state government’s directive to not permit ngabang (visiting) during this coming Gawai Dayak...

A ‘semadi nadai’ Gawai for rural farmer

KUCHING: This year’s Gawai Dayak will be just a ‘semadi nadai’ occasion for farmer Tusen Milos from Kampung Pueh, Sematan.

Miring allowed during Gawai

KUCHING: Gawai rituals such as miring are allowed during the festival, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas.

‘Ngabang Gawai not permitted’

KUCHING: Sarawakians, especially those celebrating Gawai Dayak, have been reminded that ngabang Gawai (house-to-house visiting) during the festival is not permitted.

‘Survive in order to enjoy more Gawai in future’

KUCHING: Dayaks who are unable to return to their villages and hometowns to celebrate the festive seasons due to the Covid-19 pandemic...

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SJK Chung Hua Bako’s relocation finally completed

KUCHING: Rebuilding works at SJK Chung Hua Bako, which has been relocated from Bako to a new...

RM40 mil needed to rebuild schools

KUCHING: A task force overseeing Chinese schools in Sarawak has identified various schools which will need to...

Search for croc victim still on

PUSA: The search is still on for a 61-year-old man who was believed to be attacked by...

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SJK Chung Hua Bako’s relocation finally completed

KUCHING: Rebuilding works at SJK Chung Hua...

RM40 mil needed to rebuild schools

KUCHING: A task force overseeing Chinese schools...