Recent and archived articles by Cindy Lai
MIRI: Mayor Lawrence Lai (pic) has denied claims by certain quarters that the Miri City Council (MCC) was delaying the opening of the Taman Tunku bypass to the public on purpose.
MIRI: To Agnes Chin, dreaming the ballerina’s dream in tutus and ballet slippers, and dancing like the ‘Black Swan’ is not even close to reality.
MIRI: When their old wooden house in Piasau Utara squatter area was blown down by strong wind last Monday, Azrul Abdullah and his family of 10 were left homeless.
MIRI: Despite the geographical and financial challenges faced by the Health Ministry in carrying out rural dental care programmes, the show must go on, said Welfare, Women and Family Development Minister Datuk Fatimah Abdullah.
MIRI: The Asia Music Festival (AMF) attracted a large crowd to the musical corridor of Eastwood Valley Golf & Country Club on Friday.
HER happiness today is being able to do something she loves most — making cakes and cookies.
MIRI: It was raining cats and dogs, but the bad weather did not dampen the spirit of celebration at the fourth edition of “916 Malaysia Day Street Party” at Jalan Sehati here.
MIRI: Although she is often in the newspapers for helping the Sarawak Children’s Cancer Society (SCCS), little is known about Jocelyn Hee’s struggles, her ups and downs and the emotional moments she shared with the young patients.
MIRI: All eyes were drawn to the stage as models dressed in beautiful Malay wedding apparels walked the runway at Bintang Megamall last sunday.
MIRI: Thunderous beats filled the air at the first Borneo 24-Festive Drums Friendship Competition at the Miri Indoor Stadium.