Recent and archived articles by Zora Chan
KUCHING: The state government will continue to review its list of persona non grata (unwelcome persons), which now includes the likes of Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali.
KUCHING: The state government will continue to review its list of persona non grata (unwelcome persons) as Sarawak has no place for extremists and religious or racial fanatics, including the likes of Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali.
MOBILE virtual network operator Tune Talk is all set in developing and promoting mixed martial arts (MMA) more aggressively in the country.
KUCHING: The state timber body is not particularly in favour of signing the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade Voluntary Partnership Agreement (FLEGT VPA) advocated by the 28-member European Union (EU).
KUCHING: Sarawak General Hospital (SGH) Employees Cooperative Bhd will open community pharmacies in government hospitals across the state to increase patients’ accessibility to medical supplies not listed in Health Ministry’s drugs or hospital formularies.
IT is literally smoking hot inside a sago-making factory but sago-pellet producer Aisah Plen from Kampung Tellian Tengah in Mukah is not making a fuss about it. Sago-making is after all her family’s bread and butter.
KUCHING: The Tune Hotel Waterfront Kuching celebrated its fifth anniversary in style with 15 of its staff going bald in aid of the Sarawak Children’s Cancer Society (SCCS).
KUCHING: Women have every reason to venture into and succeed in business as the Government has created a comprehensive environment for them.
A VISIT to Mukah town is incomplete without sampling some of its seafood dishes.
KUCHING: SPDP president Tan Sri William Mawan feels that there is nothing wrong for Barisan Nasional to announce development projects in Balingian ahead of the polling date on March 29.