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CM: S’wak govt considering ‘travel bubble’ for international students studying in state’s higher learning...

Abang Johari says the Sarawak government might consider establishing a ‘travel bubble’ for international students who are studying at higher learning institutions in the...

Govt studying need to extend CMCO until end of year – Redzuan

The Government will study the need to extend the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) until the end of the year if Covid-19 cases continue...

204 tourism and hotel operators gone bankrupt since March – Nancy

Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri – Bernama file photo KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 23): A total of 204 tourism and hotel operators have closed their business since...

Covid-19: No new cases in Sarawak for third consecutive day

Bernama file photo KUCHING (Nov 23): Sarawak recorded zero new Covid-19 cases for the third consecutive day today, said State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC). In its...

CityONE blast: Court discharges company over failure to ensure workers’ safety

CityOne Mc Sdn Bhd has been discharged from the charge of failing to ensure the safety of workers during the blast at CityOne Megamall...

244 vehicles ready as Covid-19 logistics aid in Sabah

Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun – Bernama file photo KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah State Disaster Management Committee has 244 vehicles on standby as Covid-19 logistic assistance,...

Ministries, agencies urged to continue their efforts in placing GRP as an important agenda

A screenshot of Jaul speaking at the GRP seminar opening on Zoom. KUCHING (Nov 23): Ministries and agencies are urged to continue their efforts in...

KPDNHEP prepared to control price of onions, shallots if current shortage persists

Bernama file photo KUCHING (Nov 23): The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) is prepared to make shallots and onions a price controlled...

MPOA, MPOC urge individuals with info on rape case in oil palm plantation to...

Photo for illustration only. KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 23): Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) and Malaysian Palm Oil Association (MPOA) urged anyone who has evidence of...

Budget 2021 vital to continuity of education system

KUALA LUMPUR: Budget 2021 is vital to the education sector so that all the planning and direction of the Ministry of Education (MOE) for...

Competition encourages Sarawak startup entrepreneurs to come up with creative products

Dr Sim (second right) joins (from left) organising chairman councillor Ling Hua Wee, Startup Entrepreneur Association Sarawak chairman Sean Hii and PLUX Incubation Hub...

SRDC spot check on Sibu Jaya Commercial Centre uncovers offences committed by traders

Sempurai points at the trolleys that block the parking spaces at a supermarket during the spot check on Sibu Jaya Commercial Centre. Seen on...

Local boy wins Golden Horse award

Keon delivers his acceptance speech. MIRI: Keon Chia, a Kuala Lumpur-based composer from Miri who won ‘Best Original Film Song’ at the 57th Golden Horse...

Hard work key to success in commercial agriculture — Liwan

The AgriCOP in Data Kakus involved some 100 local farmers. BINTULU: The willingness to sacrifice, to learn and to be taught is an attribute of...

Light aircraft makes emergency landing on highway

Traffic police and PLUS Ronda men are seen at the section of the highway, where the light aircraft had made its emergency landing earlier....

Bomba Miri reaches out to rural longhouse folk in Upper Baram

Gerawat (front, sixth right) hands over a fire extinguishing unit to one of the longhouse chieftains in Long Jeeh. One of the villagers tries her...

Curtin Malaysia awarded with almost RM788,000 in MoHE grants for research projects

Prof Leunig (left) and Prof Ramasamy. MIRI: Curtin University Malaysia (Curtin Malaysia) has received a total of RM787,987 in research grants from the Ministry of...

‘No necessity for compulsory testing of foreign workers in Sarawak yet’

Sim Kiang Chiok KUCHING: Sarawak Housing Estates Developers Association (Sheda) Kuching chairman Sim Kiang Chiok supports compulsory Covid-19 testing for foreign workers in several states in...

MPI Sibu holds memorial service for murdered ex-student

SIBU: The Methodist Pilley Institute (MPI) held a memorial service for its former student, Irene Chung, at Wei Kuok Hall here yesterday. The service was...

Kindergartens, daycare centres in red, yellow zones can resume operations, says SDMC

File photo KUCHING (Nov 22): Kindergartens and daycare centres in red and yellow zones in the state can now operate, said Deputy Chief Minister Tan...

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