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Outbound flight fares from Mukah remain

MUKAH: Airfares from Mukah to outside destinations in Sarawak will remain at the current rate. It was previously announced that the new rate is effective from Aug 1 until 15 only. Local travel agent Mukah Travel Sdn Bhd (MTSB) staff Rosdi...

Several ministers go online to say goodbye

KUALA LUMPUR: Several Cabinet ministers have taken to social media to bid farewell, minutes after Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin had an audience with Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah today. Among others, Science, Technology and...

Woman duped in love scam to ‘Frenchman’

SIBU: A hostel supervisor, who fell in love with a Frenchman online, lost RM20,000 after she was deceived by the suspect's sweet promises. District police chief ACP Stanley Jonathan Ringgit said the 43-year-old victim knew the suspect named Ahmad Zulhilmi,...

‘Durian Mustaqim’ portrays reality on durian business

DUNGUN: “Durian Mustaqim” is not a new variety of the country’s king of fruits, but it is going viral and has become a household name due to the creativity of a Youtuber, Muhamad Sukri Sulaiman. Muhamad Sukri, 26, from Kampung...

Public told to report corruption to MACC, not on social media

PUTRAJAYA: The public is urged to report any abuse of power, fraud or corruption with evidence to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and not just making allegations on social media. MACC Strategic Communications Division director Kamaruddin M Ripin said any...

Ex-Henry Gurney student shares experience on social media

TO have a record as a former trainee of Henry Gurney School in Telok Mas, Melaka, is not something to be proud of because once you have been admitted to the school, society will look at you negatively. This is...

Differing opinions should be welcomed, respected for mature democracy

KUANTAN: Differences in opinion, debates, exchanges of views and criticism, either in the mainstream media or social media, should be welcomed and respected to allow democracy to mature, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah. “To me, we should...

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...
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Outbound flight fares from Mukah remain

MUKAH: Airfares from Mukah to outside destinations in Sarawak will remain at the current rate. It was previously announced that...
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