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KUCHING: A chapel has been opened at the Sarawak Heart Centre in Kota Samarahan, the first of its kind in a government hospital in Malaysia.
KUCHING: International travellers to Sarawak no longer need to apply through EnterSarawak or fill in the ehealth declaration form once the state’s borders reopen on April 1.
KUCHING: Travellers entering Sarawak from overseas will no longer need to apply through EnterSarawak or fill in the e-health declaration form once the state's borders reopen on April 1.
In the face of an ongoing pandemic, millennia-old Chinese New Year traditions have been slowly evolving over the last two years, with technology readily providing safer alternatives.
KUCHING: Sarawakians can celebrate the coming Chinese New Year with immediate family members on the first day of the celebration.
RM1mil for churches in Lawas, Trusan not a bribe, Unifor has been handing out development funds since 2017, says Uggah
SIBU: The distribution of RM1mil to 41 Borneo Evangelisation Mission (BEM) churches in Lawas and Trusan last week by Sarawak’s Unit for Other Religions (Unifor) is not a form of corruption, says Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah.
THE prayers of Sacred Heart Church members in Sungai Bawan, Kanowit, have been answered as an allocation has been approved for repairs to the original wooden building.
New travel restrictions prompted by the Omicron coronavirus variant have set back the nascent recovery in international flights, creating delays and headaches in some regions, according to airline and airport officials.
UNIT for Other Religions (Unifor) in the Chief Minister’s Department has given out RM165mil in financial assistance to Sarawak’s schools and churches since its establishment in 2017.