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Students reminded of SOP when schools resume

KUCHING: Teachers unions have urged parents to be vigilant and always remind their children to adhere to the standard operating procedure (SOP)...

10 slapped with compounds

KUCHING: Ten individuals were each issued with a RM1,000 compound for failing to comply with the standard operating procedures (SOPs) on Wednesday.

Nine fined for SOPs’ non-compliance

KUCHING: Nine individuals were issued with a RM1,000 compound each for failing to comply with the standard operating procedures (SOPs) on Tuesday.

Bung Bratak to welcome visitors again from Aug 15

KUCHING: Bung Bratak Heritage Centre (Bung Bratak) will open its doors once again this Saturday (Aug 15) as the Covid-19 pandemic is...

Only closed-door karaoke rooms allowed

KUCHING: Good news for those who love karaoke as the Sarawak government will allow entertainment centres to reopen with effect from Aug...

‘Ensure Kakus remains green’

SELANGAU: Local residents here are advised to comply with the standard operating procedures (SOPs) set by the government to prevent the spread...

Different atmosphere this year

KUCHING: The general atmosphere of the korban rituals this Hari Raya Aidiladha was quite different from those of previous years.

Stutong Market reopens with few customers

KUCHING: Stutong Community Market officially resumed operations today after 14 days of closure. Kuching South City Council (MBKS) mayor...

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30 take part in course

TATAU: A total of 30 participants have received certificates for their participation in a human capital development...

Eight schools receive assistance

MIRI: Eight schools were presented with the Yayasan Sarawak School Uniform Assistance vouchers here on Friday.

Mosque thanksgiving prayer attracts 100

MIRI: Thanksgiving prayers were held simultaneously statewide marking the 30th anniversary of Sarawak Islamic Religious Department (Jais)...

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30 take part in course

TATAU: A total of 30 participants have...

Eight schools receive assistance

MIRI: Eight schools were presented with the...