Recent and archived articles by Stephen Then
MIRI: Some 200 workers at a factory in Samalaju Industrial Estate in northern Sarawak were left homeless after a fire destroyed six blocks of their housing quarters.
MIRI: Mayor Adam Yii who is Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP) information chief is cautiously optimistic that Barisan Nasional can regain the Miri parliamentary seat.
LIMBANG: An elderly American sailor managed to swim to safety after his boat capsized on the Limbang River.
North View - By Stephen ThenDISCUSSIONS on seat allocation among Sarawak Barisan Nasional component parties for the coming parliamentary elections that will coincide with the 14th general election is going to be a thorny affair.
KUCHING: An elderly blind man here is appealing to criminals to stop victimising the community.
MIRI: Gamblers taking part in cock-fighting are going deeper into jungle hideouts to carry out their illicit activities.
MIRI: A car crashed into a palm oil tanker with so much force on the Tatau-Bintulu section of the Pan Borneo Highway here Tuesday that half of the vehicle was wedged beneath the tanker.
MIRI: The Year of the Dog made a fierce entry with three fires reported around the region.
MIRI: It was a fiery start to the "Year of the Dog" for folks in Lawas and Bintangor in Sarawak.
MIRI: Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department in Miri airlifted another 5.9 tonnes of food aid on Thursday morning for remote villagers who continue to face land travelling woes due to bad road conditions caused by the recent floods.