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Sarawak After Adenan


Smooth early voting despite heavy rain

LUNDU: Heavy rain did not disrupt the early voting process at the Tanjong Datu by-election which went ahead smoothly.

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STAR going low-key out of respect for Adenan

KUCHING: State Reform Party Sarawak (STAR) is carrying out a low-key campaign in the Tanjong Datu by-election out of respect for the late Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem.

Jamilah’s son meets the people

LUNDU: The usually quiet town broke into a hive of activity when the youngest son of Puan Sri Jamilah Anu, the Barisan Nasional candidate for the Tanjong Datu by-election, went on a walkabout to campaign on behalf of his mother.

Touching encounter: Azizul (centre) and Dr Sim greeting an emotional woman during the walkabout in Lundu.

Don’t take win for granted, Wan Junaidi tells BN supporters

KUCHING: Barisan Nasional supporters in Tanjong Datu should not take victory for granted but make their votes count at the ballot box.

‘A good leader who helped everyone equally’

LUNDU: Black-and-white billboard images of the late Tan Sri Adenan Satem have sprouted here and in Sematan.

Moving forward: Residents travelling past a billboard dedicated to the memory of Adenan.

Jamilah’s influence strongly felt

LUNDU: Barisan Nasional candidate Puan Sri Jamilah Anu may not be present on the ground in the Tanjong Datu by-election but her influence can be seen in the family members campaigning on her behalf.

Two local-based parties to take on BN in Tanjong Datu by-election

KUCHING: A multi-cornered fight is expected in the Tanjong Datu by-election with at least two local-based opposition parties set to challenge Barisan Nasional.

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New task for Abang Jo

Smooth transition of power to new CM is good for Sarawak.

The stability and peace of Sarawak have always been anchored on the state’s ability to maintain fair and equal treatment to people of all races, religion and ethnicity.

Chief Minister’s corruption pledge hailed

SIBU: Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari has been lauded for leading his state cabinet members to sign the “Corruption Free Pledge” (CFP) on Jan 5.

The state government’s stance on corruption under Abang Johari hopefully will help Sarawak emerge as a model state of integrity and honesty.

Call to rename Batang Sadong Bridge after late CM

KUCHING: The state should consider renaming the Batang Sadong Bridge after the late Sarawak chief minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem.

(From left) Suhaida Azhar, Nur Mariah Mahlan and Asnida Roslan, dressed in the respective Malay, Iban and Bidayuh costumes, posing in front of the Batang Sadong Bridge. There is a proposal to rename the bridge after the late chief minister. — filepic

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