PUSA: Youth should be taught to recognise
the culture of other people so that the heritage of a nation can continue to
flourish in Sarawak.
Batang Lupar MP Datuk Seri Rohani Abdul Karim
said the diversity in Sarawak made it unique and although...
KUCHING: Eleven new Patients Under
Investigation (PUI) cases for the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) were recorded
in Sarawak as of 10.30am yesterday.
Hospital has the highest number at nine followed by one case each at Sarawak
General Hospital in Kuching and Miri Hospital.
KUCHING: As of Monday (Feb 3), there have been a total
of 32 suspected cases of Wuhan coronavirus in Sarawak, of which 24 have tested
negative and eight are pending laboratory results.
Of the eight pending, six are in Kuching...
KUCHING: It is time for Sarawak to use its
gas reserves for its industrial development and local consumption instead of
contributing to Petronas’ revenues, said Datuk Sharifah Hasidah Sayeed Aman Ghazali.
The assistant minister in the Chief Minister’s
Department (Law, State-Federal Relations and...
KUCHING: Any teacher who has taught in a
remote school in Sarawak will attest that besides their teaching duties, they
also have to play the role of parent, carer, well-wisher and mentor to the students.
Austin Albert Jalin had his first taste...
KUCHING: Any teacher who has taught in a remote school in Sarawak will attest
that besides their teaching duties, they also have to play the role of parent,
carer, well-wisher and mentor to the students.
Albert Jalin had his first taste...
KUCHING: It is incorrect to single out the state government for the lack of employment opportunities in Sarawak.
Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development Minister Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah (pic) said that regardless of ample opportunities locally,...
KANOWIT: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang
Johari Tun Openg has assured that Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) will continue to
fight for Sarawak rights, in line with its ‘Sarawak First’ slogan.
will continue to fight for Sarawak rights, for the needs of Sarawakians...
Pioneers of the Bidayuh Mountains
Among Sarawak’s most innovative and
hard-working communities are the Bidayuh — highlanders who came down the
mountains to settle on the plains around Kuching.
Originally from the Sungkung
mountain complex in South Western Kalimantan, the community trudged across...