Home > News > Metro
KUCHING: Crocodile and serpent effigies in Lawas district have the potential to become tourist attractions once the Sarawak Museum puts up proper signage around them.
KUCHING: The weekend Home and Property Expo organised by Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers’ Association (Sheda) serves as a stage for Naim Holdings Bhd to present its flagship projects.
KUCHING: CCK Consolidated Holdings Bhd has acquired the remaining 50% equity interest in associate company C S Choice Food Industries Sdn Bhd, for RM1.35mil.
SIBU: This town has the ability to regain economic importance similar to that during the timber industry boom in the 1980s.
SIBU has broken a previous world record of the largest number of people simultaneously dressed as tress.
A GROUP of some 30 youths from Sarawak, Sabah and Australia are learning more about the connection of and contributions by their forefathers in ending the World War Two (WW2) in Borneo.
Karpal Singh had done his part. It is now up to the rest of right-thinking, progressive and moderate Malaysians to carry on the challenge of nation building, and to maintain our unity in diversity.
MIRI: Fancy wearing massive brass earrings (sumping loyan tembaga) weighing more than 100g — about as heavy as an iPhone — for the rest of your life to get longer earlobes?
KUCHING: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Nancy Shukri has hit out at some appointed contractors who have failed to complete a number of Government projects.
KUCHING: A technician is believed to have used a car sent to the workshop where he worked at, for robbery.
SRI AMAN: Sarawakians should never tell those from other races to return to their ancestral homelands.
KUCHING: Pakatan Rakyat will focus on the development gap between Sarawak, Sabah and Peninsular Malaysia in the next state elections.
MIRI: Two groups comprising minority folk from this division have triumphed in the Court of Appeal, which has affirmed that they have Native Customary Rights (NCR) over their land based on inherited customs or adat.
KUCHING: It appears that the entry ban preventing Opposition leaders from coming into Sarawak, which were imposed on at least four Pakatan Rakyat members last month, has been lifted.
KUCHING: The formation of the Sibu Youth Council (SYC) has not gone down well with PRS, especially concerning the composition of its members.
KUCHING: The upcoming Lun Bawang Festival will give visitors a glimpse of the culture and traditions of one of Sarawak’s highland communities.
A joint programme by Telang Usan assemblyman and a fi re-fi ghting veteran aims at training rural longhouse residents, especially the women, to become volunteers with proper skills and knowledge in handling emergency situations at their respective settlements.
SIBU: It is a corporate social responsibility (CSR) exercise combined with culinary promotion for Tanahmas Hotel here this Easter.
KUCHING: It seems that what everybody wants to talk about at the Home and Property Expo here is the rising cost of owning a house.
DARO: Keeping peace, harmony, prosperity and security remains vital as far as villages are concerned.
KLIA2 to start operations in two weeks with five airlines
Adventurous Polish loves Kg Baru, roti canai and helps new expats get to know M'sia
Maximising usage of water in Klang Valley
Tears for fearless Karpal
Cafes sprouting all over
Sniffing out illegal trade
Copyright © 1995-2014 Star Publications (M) Bhd (Co No 10894-D)