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KUCHING: The Sarawak Government is reaching out to China and the private sector to grow tourism, which saw a drop of 7% in foreign arrivals last year compared to 2014.
KUCHING: Sarawak will cease to be a "fixed deposit" for the Barisan Nasional if on-going autonomy talks fail, says SUPP president Senator Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian.
BETONG (Sarawak): A nursery, classrooms and a surau of SK Kampung Buda in Spaoh, 58km from here, collapsed and disappeared into the Saribas River in a pre-dawn incident.
KUCHING: Nine party-less Barisan Nasional-friendly assemblymen are adamant about joining Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB).
KUCHING: Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem has finally spoken up about the death of his grandson, 22-year-old Azreal Mahmud, over a week after a fatal accident near his home at Santubong, about 30km from here.
For a small town in rural Sarawak, Sri Aman, which means peace in Malay, certainly has a lot of history. Until 1980, Sri Aman was Simanggang.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is proposing to harvest around 500 saltwater crocodiles and some 2,500 of their eggs from the wild in Sarawak every year.
IN politics, the notion of a first 100-day report is common. Usually, winners will try to implement at least some of the most important cornerstones of their campaigns within the first 100 days.
KUCHING: Last weekend, Mount Singai was teeming with activity. Some were there for Sunday church services, others to exercise and a significant number were looking for a rare plant that was going viral on social media.
KUCHING: Sarawak’s first ever fig garden was launched here with the aim to grow the fruit trees to feed birds, including the state’s mascot, the hornbill.