Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Suara Sarawak

Media industry needs multitaskers

KUCHING: The media industry needs graduates who are multi-skilled, multi-talented, multi-tasking and multi-platform, said SV News Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Dr Jeniri Amir. “This is aside from the general skills emphasised in this industry, such as digital journalism skills,...

Unimas hails collaboration

KUCHING: Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) and SV News Sdn Bhd have entered into a collaboration with the exchange of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) conducted via Zoom today.    The MoU was signed by Unimas vice-chancellor, Prof Datuk Dr Mohamad...

Tabloid staff served bubur lambuk

KUCHING: A total of 1,000 packs of bubur lambuk (savoury porridge) were distributed to motorists passing through Metrocity, Jalan Matang here this evening. The distribution of the porridge was organised by the staff of New Sarawak Tribune (NST) and Suara Sarawak (SS). NST and...

Early Raya cheer for five needy families

KUCHING: Five needy families here today received Hari Raya goodies from members of the media through ‘Program Santun Kasih’.   The programme was a joint effort between Astro Awani Sarawak, Suara Sarawak and Borneo Channel. The families were previously highlighted by Astro...

Unimas collaborates with ST, SS

KUCHING: Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) is collaborating with New Sarawak Tribune (ST) and Suara Sarawak (SS) to enhance its visibility. “We are aiming to play a more active role as a content provider, coming up with a more systematic arrangement...

New Sarawak Tribune, Suara Sarawak bag 25 awards

KUCHING: New Sarawak Tribune (NST) and its sister paper Suara Sarawak (SS) bagged 25 awards at the 32nd Kenyalang Journalism Award ceremony held at Imperial Hotel here last night. NST reporter Tania Lam Kar Yan won gold in the Sustainability...

Suara Sarawak praised for promoting Bahasa Melayu

KUCHING: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (DBP) Sarawak deputy director Dr Shantrol Abdullah has commended Suara Sarawak’s initiative to promote Bahasa Melayu. According to him, language is important for a publication medium like a newspaper because it reflects the organisation. "Readers will...

Fond farewell, new mission ahead

KUCHING: It was a bittersweet Friday as the staff of New Sarawak Tribune (NST) and Suara Sarawak (SS) gathered at their office here to bid their chief operating officer (COO) a heartfelt farewell, wishing him all the best in...

Tribune, Suara Sarawak COO moving to SMG

KUCHING: New Sarawak Tribune (NST) and Suara Sarawak (SS) bid their chief operating officer (COO) Rudi Affendi Khalik, 45, a fond farewell as he launches into a new endeavour. As of Wednesday, he was appointed as head of news and...

Content is king for Suara Sarawak

KUCHING: Content is king for Suara Sarawak (SV) as far as its editorial is concerned, said its chief executive officer Dr Jeniri Amir. He revealed this at the launch of SV’s e-paper by Minister in Chief Minister’s Office (Integrity and Ombudsman), Datuk Talib Zupilip...
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Sebauh now has mobile banking

SEBAUH: Utilities Minister Datuk Seri Dr Stephen Rundi Utom welcomed the Sarawak government's initiative in providing mobile banking services...
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