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OM Material gears up for commercial production of Samalaju plant

1 August 2014

KUCHING: OM Material (Sarawak ) Sdn Bhd (OMS) has recruited some 320 operational staff as it actively gears up for the commercial production of its ferro alloy smelting plant in Samalaju Industrial Park, Bintulu in the current quarter.

Friendly companion: A primate enjoying the company of Lai.

Licensed to catch the exotic

1 August 2014

SIBU: The current heatwave brought about by the El Nino is causing great discomfort to snakes.

Taib and wife make Raya visits to prominent Sibu figures

1 August 2014

SIBU: Head of State Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud and wife Toh Puan Ragad Kurdi flew in for their Hari Raya visits to several prominent people in town.

House broken into, car missing while owner makes Raya visit

1 August 2014

KUCHING: A house owner returned home after Raya visit to Pusa, Betong to find her house broken into and her car missing.

Murum Penan handicraft has huge potential

1 August 2014

KUCHING: A good number of handicrafts produced by the Penans in Murum have made their way around the world ever since Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) stepped in to support the community’s artistry skills.

'Life in the Jungle' to be restaged this coming Aug 23 and 24

1 August 2014

KUCHING: “Life in the Jungle”, a ballet based on Iban legends and performed to wide acclaim in January, will be restaged this month in response to public demand.

Paying respect: Dr Jerip placing flowers on the tomb of the late ASP Micheal who was killed in the 2013 Lahad Datu operation.

Veteran body wants govt to upragde Warrior's Graveyard

1 August 2014

SIBU: The Malaysian Armed Forces Veteran Association Sarawak branch has appealed to the state government to improve the condition of tombs at the Warrior’s Graveyard in Kuching.

107ha state land proposed for affordable residential flats

1 August 2014

KUCHING: Sarawak DAP is proposing the development of a piece of state land into affordable housing for the poor and has even drawn up a layout plan for it.

Shielded by sound judgement

1 August 2014

MIRI: Sarawak’s multi-racial and multi-religious society has continued to use their sound judgement in shielding themselves from being “inflicted” by extreme racial and religious propaganda.

Guests at the observation deck of Menara Kuala Lumpur trying to get a closer look of the city with binoculars, despite the hazy weather.

Menara Kuala Lumpur offers visitors a variety of experiences

1 August 2014

MENARA Kuala Lumpur has a lot more to offer than just an impeccable view of the city’s skyline.

Memories of grandma's cooking at Enak

1 August 2014

Traditional Malay cuisine and a unique fine dining experience in the city.

Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup calling for talented young riders

1 August 2014

THE 2015 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup (SAATC) will be open for participation soon and talented young riders are invited to submit their applications, with candidates from Australia and New Zealand also eligible to take part.

Laura practising her breaststroke during a training session at Darul Ehsan Aquatic Centre.

Out to conquer internationally

1 August 2014

BEING a world-class swimmer is what youngster Laura Kristen Atkinson is aiming to achieve in her career.

A fascination with carp turns into a sustainable business

1 August 2014

Water features have long been used to beautify a garden. For the more affluent, having a koi pond also seems to be the way to go.

Heavy traffic on Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman in Kuala Lumpur. Road congestion is a part of daily life for people living in the Klang Valley.

Hitting the brakes on congestion

1 August 2014

With traffic jams becoming worse in the Klang Valley, more people are considering public transportation to get to work.

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