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Major shareholder fails yet again in attempt to privatise Zecon

24 April 2014

KUCHING: An apparent unsuccessful second attempt in five years by major shareholder Datuk Zainal Abidin Ahmad to privatise Zecon Bhd has dampened the share price of the company.

Strong cash reserve enables CMS to tap investment opportunities

24 April 2014

KUCHING: Cahya Mata Sarawak Bhd (CMS) has kept a strong cash reserve and low gearing to make it easier to tap into attractive investment opportunities especially in Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE).

Tanjung Samalaju resort due for completion

24 April 2014

KUCHING: A 177-room international standard hotel that will serve particularly industrialists and visitors to Samalaju Industrial Park in Bintulu will be ready in the fourth quarter of this year.

Talk on monkeys, man and malaria at Sarawak Museum

24 April 2014

KUCHING: Friends of Sarawak Museum will conduct another talk under its “Afternoon @ Museum Series” entitled “Monkeys, Man and Malaria” this Saturday.

Five charity homes receive two months' supply of Ayam Brand's products

24 April 2014

KUCHING: Five charitable homes received contributions of Ayam Brand when the company launched its ‘Healthy Diet For Creativity’ Charity Campaign 2014 here recently.

A frog day on the last weekend of this month

24 April 2014

KUCHING: If you like frogs, this is one event you should not miss — the Bornean Frog Race.

Student-led charity event raises more than RM2,000 for children with cancer

24 April 2014

KUCHING: Children with cancer continue to receive the attention of concerned groups.

Mark of a great man

24 April 2014

The late Karpal Singh will be forever remembered and loved because he possessed genuine humility.

Borneo Jazz expects to draw 9,000 visitors despite MH370 tragedy

24 April 2014

MIRI: The ninth edition of the Borneo Jazz Festival (BJ), to be held here next month, is targeting 9,000 visitors with 70% of them foreigners.

State DAP chairman hits back at power giant over tariffs

24 April 2014

KUCHING: State DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen has hit back at Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) over its defence of power tariffs, calling it an attempt to divert the issues brought up in the party’s “Fairer Electricity Policy” signature campaign.

Lotus Five Star cinemas to screen 10 movies for free

24 April 2014

KUCHING: Lotus Five Star (LFS) cinemas at Summer Shopping Mall in Kota Samarahan will host free screenings for 10 movie titles from April 24-30 in conjunction with its grand opening.

Straight fight for Lanang PKR chairman post

24 April 2014

SIBU: It will be a straight fight between Khoo Yew Choice and Low Hing Ching for the Lanang PKR chairman post.

15-year-old cries rape

24 April 2014

KUCHING: A 15-year-old student claimed she was raped by her uncle when she went to his house in Jalan Sultan Tengah here.

Duo caught 30 minutes after their snatching act

24 April 2014

KUCHING: It must have been a brief celebration for two snatch thieves when they were caught hardly half an hour later.

Bank Rakyat Sarawak chalks up net profit of RM169mil last year

24 April 2014

KUCHING: Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia Bhd (Bank Rakyat) branch in Sarawak chalked up a net pre-tax profit of RM169mil last year, said its director Datuk Mangsor Saad.

Longhouse chiefs on fire awareness campaign

24 April 2014

SIBU: Sibu Longhouse Chiefs Association or Persatuan Tuai Rumah Sibu (PTRS) will be organising a fire awareness campaign in collaboration with Fire and Rescue Department (JBPM).

Warning alert on homemade guns

24 April 2014

MIRI: Police have raised the alarm bells over the manufacturing and selling of homemade guns in the state.

500 volunteers to build 14 houses in six days

24 April 2014

KUCHING: More than 500 local and overseas volunteers will join hands with 14 poor families to build houses for them over six days in September.

Soppoa members committed to Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil standard

24 April 2014

KUCHING: The Sarawak Oil Palm Plantation Owners Association (Soppoa) has expressed total commitment to adopting the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) standard for the oil palm industry in Malaysia.

Housing one of most common needs voiced by registrants of eKasih

24 April 2014

KUCHING: The government welcomes contributions from the private sector and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to help meet the need for housing among the poor.

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