Recent and archived articles by Geryl Ogilvy
KUCHING: Men dressed as tribal warriors and women in beautiful traditional costumes and regalia coloured up the streets of the city centre in celebration of the state-level Gawai Dayak parade, which makes a return after 24 years.
KUCHING: The amendment to the Sarawak Land Code involving native customary rights (NCR) such as pemakai menoa and pulau galau must be made public before it is tabled in the upcoming state legislative assembly sitting.
KUCHING: The Local Government and Housing Ministry will roll out an updated version of the national housing policy by year’s end, which puts more focus on the B40 group.
SARAWAK Heritage Street Food Festival returns for its second edition on July 6 to 8, offering the best of local flavours and cuisine.
KUCHING: The Sarawak government has been urged to relook at rape and molestation cases of Penan girls and women which allegedly took place in the Baram interior over a decade ago.
KUCHING: Solar power has brightened up the villages of Long Selulong and Long Ludin in Ulu Baram, thanks to a charity expedition led by non-profitable body Hope Place Kuching.
KUCHING: Sarawak is second to none when it comes to racial harmony and embracing diversity, this is especially evident at Raya open house.
KUCHING: Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) is open to forming a political bloc with its Sabah counterparts to strengthen the position of both states as co-administrators.
PETALING JAYA: Pakatan Harapan is in a stronger position in Parliament with the departure of four Sarawak parties from Barisan Nasional, say analysts.
PETALING JAYA: All four Sarawak Barisan Nasional component parties have abandoned ship, leaving the coalition in tatters and further strengthening Pakatan Harapan’s position in Parliament.