Monday, July 19, 2021

resume operations

Non-essential businesses glad to operate again

KUCHING: Many business owners have welcomed the government's decision to allow various non-essential sectors to operate in Phase 2 of the National Recovery Plan (NRP). Sarawak’s phase two of the NRP permits all economic sectors including services such as electronic...

DBKU opens payment counters

KUCHING: The Kuching North City Commission (DBKU) Satok payment counters are now operating again from July 1 between 8am to 4pm. However, the commission encouraged customers to use the online services available through the DBKU eServiceKU portal at eserviceku.dbku.gov.my. It also...

Companies in manufacturing allowed operating

KUCHING:  The Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Industrial Terminal and Entrepreneur Development (Mintred) has clarified that companies which fall under the category of Manufacturing Industries or ‘Industri Perkilangan dan Pembuatan’ are allowed to operate without applying for permission. Mintred...

Roundabouts’ traffic light projects to resume after MCO

KUCHING: The various traffic light projects at roundabouts in Kota Samarahan will resume after the movement control order (MCO), said Datuk Peter Minos. The Kota Samarahan Municipal Council (MPKS) chairman stated that the project was making vigorous progress with expected...

UTCs across state reopens tomorrow

KUCHING: Urban Transformation Centres (UTCs) throughout the state, namely in Kuching, Sibu, and Miri, will resume normal operations starting tomorrow. As such, all related businesses shall commence during operating hours, from 8am to 5pm. This reopening of all UTCs was informed...

SAR to resume after family lodges missing person’s report

SIMUNJAN: A search and rescue (SAR) operation for a missing person had to be suspended until police receive a missing person’s report from the family. The State Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) operations centre said a witness to the incident...

Water treatment plants resume operations

KUCHING: Some water treatment plants, which were temporarily affected in the past week, have resumed operations, says Assistant Utilities (Water Supply) Minister Datuk Dr Abdul Rahman Junaidi. He told New Sarawak Tribune that the plants were mainly affected by disruption...

Air doctor service on if weather improves

KUCHING: The State Health Department has announced that the air doctor service also known as perkidmatan doktor udara (PDU) will visit rural communities in Sri Aman, Samarahan, Kuching, Kapit, Miri and Bintulu if the weather improves. The air doctor will...

Express boat services resume Monday

SIBU: Express boat services for the Sibu-Sarikei-Tanjung Manis-Kuching route and vice versa will be allowed to operate again on Monday (Nov 30), said Sarawak River Rivers Board (LSS) Region II Sibu assistant controller Hatta Morshidi. He said this when contacted...

Immigration office reopens tomorrow

KUCHING: The state immigration office will resume operation starting tomorrow. However, this only applies for the immigration office located at the Urban Transformation Centre (UTC). Other services like Security and Passport Division; Visa, Pass and Permit Division; Expatriate Services Division (ESD);...
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Convince the fence-sitters

KUCHING: Community leaders have been told to convince those who are still hesitant to receive the Covid-19 vaccination. Deputy Chief...
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