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Dr Sim blasts fake news vendors

KUCHING: Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Seri Dr Sim Kui Hian urged the public to not fall prey to fake news.

Social media food trends: MCO’s stress relief

With the MCO loosened and relaxed, there are still certain groups of people continuing their MCO lifestyle — spending time baking...

State govt listens to the people

DEBAK: The Sarawakku Sayang Special Aid (BKSS) 3.0 has proven that the Sarawak government is listening to the voices of the people...

Ismail Sabri’s ‘sumptuous’ batik shirts

KUALA LUMPUR: Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s range of batik attire has come under netizens’ spotlight yet again,...

Ramadan bazaars have moved to cyberspace

MIRI: Without the annual terrestrial Ramadan bazaars this year, many internet-savvy food vendors have created their own virtual markets to sell their...

Smarter, Stronger Together

With the current Covid-19 pandemic putting a hold on the daily routine for schoolchildren — which includes the closure of schools,...

Social media food trends: MCO’s stress relief

The movement control order (MCO) was imposed so everyone would stay at home, be safe during this period and prevent the...

NGO dismisses fake news

KUCHNG: Non-government organisation Sarawak Volunteers (SV) refuted fake news circulating on social media and WhatsApp that they would help pay overdue rents...

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‘Second Trunk Road as important as other projects’

KUCHING: All development projects including the Second Trunk Road (STR) and those that focus on narrowing the...

‘Be cautious of damaged electrical facilities’

KUCHING: Downed power lines and fallen electricity poles are among the most common forms of damage caused...

Lorry carrying essential items overturns

SARATOK: A lorry carrying essential items has overturned at KM11, Jalan Saratok-Betong yesterday. According...

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‘Second Trunk Road as important as other projects’

KUCHING: All development projects including the Second...

‘Be cautious of damaged electrical facilities’

KUCHING: Downed power lines and fallen electricity...