Saturday, June 19, 2021

social media

22 illegal immigrants, three locals nabbed in raid

KUCHING: Twenty-two illegal immigrants and three locals were arrested during a raid at a building in Tabuan here last Friday (June 18). Sarawak Border Security Control Committee chairman Tan Sri Datuk Amar Dr James Jemut Masing said a lorry suspected...

Leaders slam vandalism act on the Covid-19 banners

KUCHING: Political leaders in Kuching have criticised vandals for defacing Covid-19 public service announcement (PSA) banners in the city. The banner contained caricatures of Kuching South City Council (MBKS) Mayor Datuk Wee Hong Seng and another person, resembling Local Government...

Don’t comment on sensitive issues

KUCHING: Sarawak Police Commissioner Datuk Aidi Ismail has advised the public to be cautious when sharing opinions or making comments on sensitive issues such as religion, race and ethnicity. He told them not to use the social media as a...

Teachers using popularity of social media to prop up PdPR

This article is in conjunction with Teachers Day in Malaysia which is celebrated on May 16 annually. By Soon Li Wei KUALA LUMPUR: ‘If you can’t beat them, join them.’ This is exactly what teachers are trying to do in an...

Don’t be fooled by online gold rush

By Siti Shafiah Ariffin KUALA LUMPUR: Gold jewellery have long been coveted by women across the globe as it is thought to enhance beauty and femininity, in addition to being considered an asset of investment. The Covid-19 pandemic did nothing to...

SWAG apologises for causing cluster

KUCHING: The management of Signature Wealth Advisory Group (SWAG) had apologised for causing the emergence of a Covid-19 cluster in the state recently. “We understand that this apology is long delayed, regardless, please allow us to express our sincere apologies...

Of funnymen, comedians and clowns

People who know me, they know I have a sense of humour, I’m a bit of a joker, a bit of a clown really, and I would love someone to exploit that side of me and send me a...

Statement on 75 yrs maximum age for dividend payment outdated

KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) said an old statement regarding the maximum age of 75 years for contributors to receive dividend payment is outdated and is no longer applicable. The pension fund clarified this today after a statement...

Many ‘mentally sick’ commenters on social media

By Balkish Awang KUALA LUMPUR: Recently, the photo of a Year One pupil in Putrajaya eating a meal out of a large tiffin carrier in her classroom went viral on Facebook.  Many netizens chose to ridicule the schoolgirl and referred to...

Indian film superstar Aamir Khan quits social media

NEW DELHI: Indian movie superstar Aamir Khan has quit social media, but told his more than 48 million followers on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram that "we will continue to communicate as we did before". The 56-year-old actor-producer said in a...
- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest News

22 illegal immigrants, three locals nabbed in raid

KUCHING: Twenty-two illegal immigrants and three locals were arrested during a raid at a building in Tabuan here last...
- Advertisement -spot_img