Recent and archived articles by Zulazhar Sheblee
KUCHING: It was a tale of riches to rags, then to guns and then possible prison for 20-year-old Malaysian terror suspect Al Muhd Alfie Kqhyriel.
LIMBANG: The strange phenomenon of “mud volcanoes” – mounds of varying sizes from which thick grey mud bubbles to the surface – have become a tourist attraction at Kampung Meritam, near here.
LUNDU: There will be a three-cornered fight in the Tanjong Datu by-election between Barisan Nasional and two local-based opposition parties.
KUCHING: A woman going through a divorce wrote a note saying she and her two boys had “gone off to sleep somewhere else” before she allegedly killed her children and committed suicide by hanging in the toilet of their house.
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.
PETALING JAYA: Tears flowed freely as relatives and friends of four Sarawak helicopter tragedy victims bid goodbye to their loved ones.
SRI AMAN: The search and rescue (SAR) operation at the site of the helicopter crash that claimed six lives on Thursday will be intensified, with more personnel joining the mission.
KUCHING: Rescuers toiled under searing heat, which sometimes reached 39°C, as they searched the waters of Batang Lupar for those who were on board the helicopter that crashed on Thursday.
KUCHING: The fifth body believed to be from Thursday’s helicopter crash has been recovered at 6pm on Saturday.
KUCHING: One more body believed to be related to Thursday’s helicopter crash has been found by the search and rescue team in Lingga, Batang Lupar.