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Students urged to seek latest information

SIBU: The education promotion programmes organised by Yayasan Sarawak...

Expo benefits 12,000 students

KUCHING: About 12,000 students across the state have attended...

Education expo effective platform

KOTA SAMARAHAN: The Sarawak Education Expo 2022 here provides...

Enthralling DBP’s ‘Aum Romude’ performance

KUCHING: Staff members of Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (DBP)...

Churches in Kapit to reopen tomorrow

KAPIT: Churches of different denominations here are scheduled to reopen this Saturday (June 20) following the government’s announcement to allow worshippers to attend mass...

250 people limit

KUCHING: Houses of worship in Sarawak are allowed to accommodate up to 250 worshippers at one time from June 20. Unit for Other Religions (Unifor)...

Anglican churches to stay cautious after reopening

KUCHING: While the Anglican churches in Sarawak and Brunei have been eagerly waiting for non-Muslim houses of worship to be allowed to operate again,...

Must submit notice of reopening to Unifor

KUCHING: All non-Muslim places of worship must submit their respective notifications of reopening to the Unit For Other Religions (Unifor) prior to their reopening...

Follow directives from SDMC, says Archbishop

REOPENING OF NON-MUSLIM HOUSES OF WORSHIP KUCHING: Extreme caution has been emphasised with regards to the possibility of churches and other non-Muslim houses of worship...

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Enthralling DBP’s ‘Aum Romude’ performance

KUCHING: Staff members of Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (DBP)...

Country music festival comeback in November

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