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Commuters complain of electric trains being late

13 October 2015

COMMUTERS are complaining about the irregular schedule of KTM Bhd’s Electric Train Service (ETS).

The 20 couples had their marriage solemnised by assistant registrar of marriages Datuk Ooi Foh Sing. Photos: Amanda Yeap

Fortuitous day for 40

13 October 2015

IT WAS a life-changing day on last Saturday for 20 couples as they tied the knot at a mass wedding ceremony in Ipoh.

Market Management Services Education Fair at Hilton Kuching recently.

Last leg of education fair attracts hundreds

13 October 2015

KUCHING: After a 10-day trek across Sarawak and Sabah, Mar- ket Management Services’ (MMS) Education Fair has come to an end.

Parties jostle for hot seats SPDP tells

13 October 2015

MIRI: Jostling for “hot seats” for the coming state election is gaining momentum in northern Sarawak although the dates have yet to be announced.

Abu Bakar (second from right) and Dr Sabarudin (right) launching the workshop on peat land construction.

Ministry: Grants only for researchers with potential

13 October 2015

SIBU: Research communities, including institutions of higher learning, can now apply for financial grant of up to RM500,000 from the Science, Technology and Innnovation Ministry, but subject to strict criteria.

We are not fools, DAP chief tells SUPP

13 October 2015

KUCHING: State DAP chief Chong Chieng Jen has labelled a SUPP signature campaign to urge the Federal Government to exempt Sarawakians from the Goods and Services Tax (GST) as “making a fool of the rakyat”.

(From left) Ling, Yap, Chong and Wong giving the road package proposal to Azmi Bujang in Kuching yesterday.

RM70mil road works package proposed for Sibu

13 October 2015

KUCHING: DAP Sibu’s elected representatives are proposing a RM70mil road works package to reduce congestion in the central Sarawak town of about 200,000 people.

CM: Throw out ‘lain-lain’

13 October 2015

KUCHING: Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem has expressed dismay that the category “lain-lain”, meaning “others”, under the race column of government forms has not been changed.

End of the road: Police officers inspecting the damaged Proton Satria. (Inset) One of the suspects (centre) being led to the Bayan Baru police station.

Police arrest couple, seize drugs in vehicle after dramatic pursuit

13 October 2015

BALIK PULAU: Two shots were fired at a car during a high-speed chase involving two policemen on a motorcycle and a couple in a black Proton Satria.

A group photo of the recipients of the ‘Back to School’ programme with Nur Jaslan (centre, second row). — Photos: NORBAITI PHAHARORADZI/The Star.

Back-to-school gifts for needy students

13 October 2015

JOHOR BARU: R. Magiswari cannot wait to start school next year despite the fact that this year’s term ends in the middle of November.

Form 3 students taking the PT3 exam at Bukit Mertajam High School in Penang.

High hopes for exams

13 October 2015

A TOTAL of 23,927 candidates are sitting for the Pentaksiran Tingkatan 3 (PT3) in 136 centres throughout Penang.

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Students look beyond their disability

13 October 2015

BEING physically challenged did not deter two visually impaired students from sitting for the Pentaksiran Tingkatan 3 (PT3) exam.

A group photo of the couples with Syed Ibrahim (sixth from left) after the akad nikah ceremony.

Twelve couples get married in a simple ceremony to save costs

13 October 2015

KUANTAN: Twelve couples, aged between 20 to 27, tied the knot in a group wedding event at Masjid Lapang Besarto to cut costs and to avoid spending lavishly on ceremonies.

Hamim (fifth from left) looking at the flood mitigation plan at the river mouth of Sungai Pahang. — Bernama

RM2bil flood mitigation projects for Pekan and Kuantan

13 October 2015

PEKAN: About RM2bil has been allocated for three flood mitigation projects in Pekan and Kuantan under the 11th Malaysia Plan.

Officers from Terengganu to attend three-month training programme in Putrajaya

13 October 2015

KUALA TERENGGANU: The Terengganu government has proposed for an exchange programme that will allow selected officers to be based for a three-month duration at the Public Service Department (PSD) in Putrajaya.

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