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Masseur’s request ‘turned down’

25 April 2015

SIBU: The 25-year-old Vietnamese woman masseur had set the dorminatory of a massage parlour on fire on Wednesday as her request from her boss to return home to her country was not met.

secretary general of Society for Rights of Indigenous People of Sarawak Michael Jok showing books containing the oral history of native comnunities of the state compiled by the society. Stephen pic

Making sure rich Sarawak history is not lost

25 April 2015

MIRI: A crucial project has started in Sarawak to put into print the oral history of indigenous communities to make sure their rich ancestral traditions and way of life will not become forgotten.

Fan-tastic time: The 11th Division band from SMK Kota Samarahan rocking out with Thal during the meet-and-greet session.

Jamming with a legend

25 April 2015

STUDENTS from 19 secondary schools had a rocking time with Guns ‘N’ Roses lead guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal during a meet-and-greet session at the state Education Department’s auditorium here.

Hard work pays off for SK SEDC hockey team

25 April 2015

SIBU: SK SEDC created history by winning the Boys Under-12 hockey title at the just-concluded Sarawak School Hockey championship.

Petronas chairman Tan Sri Sidek Hassan (third left) presenting a symbolic contract award to a representative of the 80 Sarawak companies who secured Petronas contracts.

Local firms bag Petronas jobs worth RM350mil in first quarter

25 April 2015

KUCHING: Sarawak companies have secured RM350mil worth of contracts from Petronas for the first quarter of this year.

Late assembly finish seems to boil down to a question of scheduling

25 April 2015

THE State Legislative Assembly adjourned well past 6.30pm on Wednesday, the first full day of the current sitting.

DAP chief: GST has caused double taxation

25 April 2015

THERE was an uproar over the Goods and Services Tax (GST) at the State Legislative Assembly here yesterday.

Interesting feature...a walk outside the Clearwater Cave is like walking to the past.

More must be done to boost Mulu

25 April 2015

SARAWAK’S Gunung Mulu National Park receives about 20,000 visitors a year – a far cry from the estimated 250,000 visitors who go to Sabah’s Kinabalu Park annually.

Chong: All signs point to election year

25 April 2015

SARAWAK DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen believes that the state election may be called this year.

Knee-high flooding: Villagers using a banana trunk raft to get about in flooded Kampung Teluk Kepayang in Perak. — filepic

Hungary’s mobile units to expedite delivery of water safe for consumption during disasters

25 April 2015

PERAK will use Hungary’s mobile water treatment units to resolve supply problems during disasters, Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir said.

Staying in touch: For the elderly, eating out is something they look forward to daily because it is also a chance for them to socialise.

Many unhappy over sharp increase in prices for food and drinks

25 April 2015

A VEGETABLE seller was heard complaining at the SPPK wet market in Ipoh on Thursday that she had to pay 60 sen for a glass of plain water.

ipastop220415 10... How the lake water of The Haven Lakeside Residences looked like during its opening in 2013, which starkly contrasts with how the colour of the lake water looks like now in April 2015.

Sigh of relief over project

25 April 2015

RESIDENTS of The Haven Lakeside Residences are heaving a huge sigh of relief after works for the controversial apartment project taking place next to it has stopped.

1. The Olympian (ALSO POSSIBLE COVER PIX)Photos for Top 10 Sports Kaki Characters.

Top 10 quirky sports characters

25 April 2015

Work hard and play hard, as they say, and many Malaysians adopt the healthy practice of meeting up at least once a week for a round of sports.

Dangerous levels: Floodwater at a metre high along Jalan Kuala Kangsar in Klebang, Ipoh, on April 19.

We will look into curbing flash floods, says mayor

25 April 2015

THE Ipoh City Council will reassess the drainage system in areas experiencing rapid development.

Caring: EPF has proposed making it mandatory for employers of workers with minimum wage to make contributions not just based on their basic salary, but on allowances as well.

Many with minimum wages in favour of higher EPF contributions

25 April 2015

ALTHOUGH the first proposal made by the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) to extend the full withdrawal age from 55 to 60 has drawn flak, many are more receptive towards its second one.

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