Home > News > Metro
How voting goes this time could be a precursor to next state elections due in 2016 in terms of voter sentiment and issues.
KUCHING: Crocodile attacks, snake bites, being stung by a swarm of hornets or even getting hurt by jellyfish.
SIBU: Malaysians are simply not getting enough calcium these days.
KUCHING: SPDP’s protracted in-fighting between office bearers and four elected representatives of the ousted Group of Five (G5), could be at an end.
KUCHING: Fitness enthusiasts are invited to join a free aerobic dance and mini Zumba session at Kuching Amphitheatre here this Sunday.
KUCHING: Non-governmental organisation (NGO) Hope Place continues its mission to raise awareness of charity and volunteerism among the public and this time, they are focusing on secondary school students.
KUCHING: A mission to promote Sarawak to Bandung tour agents has gotten off to a good start.
KUCHING: Sports officials and organisations must put in more efforts to help state athletes excel in this year’s Malaysia Games in Perlis.
MUKAH: Balingian PBB Women Wing is all geared up to help woo voters in the by- election with a variety of activities.
KUCHING: Sesco has found many of its digital meters tampered with during inspection operations recently.
KUCHING: The family of contractor Chang Tung Peng is offering a reward of RM10,000 for any information leading to the capture of his killers.
KUCHING: A man collapsed and died upon arriving home after a badminton session here.
KUCHING: Not satisfied with the number of Chinese personnel in the force, the police will continue intensifying their efforts to attract those from the community to join the profession.
MIRI: The management of more than 500 restaurants and coffee shops here is up in arms over a series of daily raids for the past week to weed out illegal foreign workers.
SIBU: Local rice dealers have expressed unhappiness with the new ruling against them selling the 15% national subsidy (S15%) rice.
KUCHING: In line with International Women’s Day, the Women’s Committee of the state Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) will organise a blood donation drive tomorrow.
SIBU: The 1Malaysia Motor Service and Welding and Workshop at Betanak have donated tombstones to the families of four victims of the Sungai Lassa boat tragedy.
KUCHING: Two’s company, three’s a crowd. This could very well be the case if Sarawak gets three deputy chief ministers this time around.
KUCHING: The timing of the Balingian by-election comes as something of a surprise to PKR, but the party has pledged to do its best.
KUCHING: Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem is unlikely to call for early state elections, which are due in 2016, because of unresolved internal strife in two Barisan Nasional component parties.
Hunting for the best in satay town
Top 10 ways to beat the heat
EcoSky targets high-end market in maiden project in Taman Wahyu
Lots to do in Putrajaya if you know where to look
Experiments with colourful clothes bear fruit for couple
Copyright © 1995-2014 Star Publications (M) Bhd (Co No 10894-D)