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Easter buffet for the family this Sunday

17 April 2014

MIRI: Meritz Hotel’s team of chefs has come up with an Easter buffet for the family this Sunday.

SEB CEO receives Asia’s most prestigious entrepreneurship award

17 April 2014

KUCHING: Sarawak Energy Berhad (SEB) chief executive officer Datuk Torstein Dale Sjotveit (pic) has won the Outstanding Entrepreneurship Award in the Oil & Gas, Mining and Energy category.

New export market opportunities in trendy China

17 April 2014

KUCHING: Changing trends in China are creating new market opportunities for exports from Malaysia.

Ibraco to display wide range of properties at Bintulu roadshow

17 April 2014

KUCHING: Premier property developer Ibraco Bhd (Ibraco) will be holding a road show at ParkCity Shopping Mall, Bintulu, from tomorrow to Sunday.

Nanning expo good platform for stepping into China, says Matrade

17 April 2014

KUCHING: Sarawak companies should promote their products at the 11th China-Asean Expo (Caexpo) in order to tap into the huge China market.

Two female students robbed at knifepoint

17 April 2014

KUCHING: Two female students were robbed at knifepoint by two men on a motorcycle while on their way to perform morning prayers.

Sesco dismantle illegal electricity extensions

17 April 2014

KUCHING: A Kampung Tabuan Melayu resident here has been discovered to have been supplying electricity to eight neighbouring houses.

Five arrested for assaulting college mate

17 April 2014

MIRI: A group of five students from a technical training college here have been arrested after they allegedly assaulted a junior college mate inside their college’s compound.

Help repair jetty, appeals SK Sibu Laut

17 April 2014

KUCHING: Pupils of SK Sibu Laut near Kampung Telaga Air, about 30km from here, have to use a dilapidated wooden jetty to get to and from school each day.

Disaster committee formed, illegal dumping of chemical debris under probe

17 April 2014

KUCHING: The authorities are not taking lightly the dumping of tonnes of debris from the fertiliser factory that exploded and went up in smoke on March 14 in Serian town, about 65km from here.

Leave community leaders alone, ministers told

17 April 2014

KUCHING: Government ministers have been told to leave community leaders alone instead of intimidating them with threats.

Prolific writer Gael Harrison to introduce her latest novel

17 April 2014

KUCHING: Author Gael Harrison will give a reading from her latest novel “Where the Golden Oriole Sang” at the Sarawak Museum’s Dewan Tun Abdul Razak on April 21.

SPDP vice-president questions sec-gen’s inaction to defend Mawan

17 April 2014

KUCHING: Another round of crisis seems to be looming in SPDP.

MRCA explores ways to improve retail industry and aims to be ahead of the times

17 April 2014

THE Malaysia Retail Chain Association (MRCA) has announced its 19 newly elected council members for the 2014 to 2016 term.

Award recipients share their stories

17 April 2014

A unique campaign which seeks to highlight individuals with inspiring stories behind their scars was initiated recently by Medinova AG, Switzerland.

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