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Housemen bullying due to absence of stringent SOPs

KUALA LUMPUR: The death of a medical houseman at...

School bus driver gets four years for molest

KUCHING: A school bus driver was sentenced to four...

Land Code (Amendment) Bill benefits Sarawakians

KUCHING: The passing of the Land Code (Amendment) Bill,...

Taib attends state banquet

KUCHING: Head of State Tun Pehin Sri Abdul Taib...

Firefighters come across crypto mining centre stealing power

MIRI: Firemen who responded to a distress call had a shock when a rented double-storey commercial unit in Permyjaya here turned out to be...

Ten villages connected to grid, thanks to ALAF

KUCHING: More than 406 households from ten villages in Pantai Damai were recently connected to the grid through the Sarawak government-funded Additional or Late...

Rural power projects get going on all fronts

KUCHING: Efforts are being stepped upon the delivery of rural electrification projects to achieve the government’s aspiration to become a developed state in 2030 To...

Energy sector plays critical role

KUCHING: In a changing business landscape that increasingly emphasises sustainability and digitalisation, the renewable energy sector continues to play a critical role in supporting...

North Kalimantan hydro-power plant still under study

KUCHING: A proposal by Sarawak Energy Berhad (SEB) and its partner in Indonesia to build a hydroelectric plant in North Kalimantan is still being...

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