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Delays in projects inevitable

KUCHING: The Covid-19 pandemic has affected many sectors including construction and resulted in either the delays or rescheduling of many projects and activities. “It is inevitable that some programmes, projects and activities are delayed and need to be rescheduled due…

Sarawak River dredging work 95 percent completed

KUCHING: The RM397million federal-funded dredging works on the Sarawak River is 95 percent completed. The project, which began in November 2017, was initially scheduled for completion November last year. However, due to unforeseen circumstances and the Covid-19 pandemic, the project…

JKR urged to speed up delayed projects

KUCHING: The Public Works Department (JKR) has been instructed to look into and speed up the implementation of 18 projects in Santubong which were delayed due to the nationwide movement control order (MCO). Santubong MP Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku…

Going to be a tough year ahead

KUCHING: Property development is going to face difficulties as the economy will not be the same again due to the movement control order (MCO). Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers Association (Sheda) Kuching chairman Sim Kiang Chiok said for the manufacturing…

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