Sunday, July 18, 2021

Sarawakian students

‘Safety of students utmost priority’

KUCHING: Rumah Sarawak Kuala Lumpur and Sarawak Volunteers are giving their best to help Sarawakian students stranded in Peninsular Malaysia since the implementation of the movement control order (MCO) on March 18. On April 19, four Sarawakian students of Alor...

Four Sarawakian students stranded in Kelantan

BACHOK: Four Sarawakian students of Alor Gajah National Youth Advance Skills Institute (IKTBN) in Melaka are currently stranded in Kelantan following the implementation of the movement control order (MCO) on March 18. Lika Doris Guang, 24; Dally Angkang Joseph, 25; Siti Noraziera Ramlee, 24,...

Stay put, Sarawak students told

KUCHING: Sarawak students staying in campuses at their respective higher learning institutes (IPT) are urged to buckle up and remain at their respective varsities. Senior Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof said this was the decision by the federal government following...

2,230 Sarawakian students on restricted movement

KUCHING: A total of 2,230 Sarawakian students were hunkered down at their respective campuses in West Malaysia as of Thursday. In a Facebook posting by Sibuti MP Lukanisman Awang Sauni, he said the figures were recorded by the Sarawak Communications Office in Kuala Lumpur...

Many Sarawak students stranded in Malaya, Sabah

KUCHING: Sarawak House and Sarawak Volunteers, entities overseeing the wellbeing of Sarawakian students outside the state, are doing their best to help Sarawak students in Malaya and Sabah who were affected by the movement control order (MCO) which began on March 18. It was reported...

Help comes to stranded varsity students

KUCHING: The state government, through the Sarawak House and Sarawak Volunteers, is taking care of accommodation, food and drinks of Sarawak students in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Labuan during the movement control order. During the period, all universities and higher institutions of learning (IPTs)...

No restriction on Sarawak students in Malaya to return home

KUCHING: There is no restriction for Sarawak students from Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah to return to their home state during the Movement Control Order period beginning yesterday until March 31, Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg said. He said these...
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