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Sarawak looking at combining energy sources to supply power to rural folk

KUCHING: Sarawak is exploring the possibility of using a combination of energy sources to supply electricity to the interior settlements, said Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan Hong Nam.

East Malaysians not interested in financial aids, says minister

MIRI: The interest is only two%, but there seem to be little interest among industrialists and business folks in east Malaysia to take up loans from the Malaysian Industrial Development Fund (MIDF) and the Small and Medium Entreprises Bank (SME Bank).

Naim finalising JV details

KUCHING: Naim Holdings Bhd expects to finalise details of a proposed joint-venture housing project with Sarawak TimberIndustry Development Corp in Tanjung Manis in the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy by the year-end.

A (H1N1): School and kindergarten close voluntarily

One international school and one kindergarten have voluntarily closed to stop the spread of the influenza A (H1N1) virus.

Golf: Malga in dire need of funds to develop local talent

PETALING JAYA: Ainil Johani Bakar, Dayanitha Kunasekaran and Michelle Koh are home-bred players stamping their marks in the national women's golf scene.

Slight dip in H1N1 cases

PUTRAJAYA: The number of new influenza A (H1N1) cases in the country dipped slightly to 34 yesterday, of which 22 were imported and 12 locally transmitted, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

Runaway siblings sent for medical check-up

MIRI: The two runaway siblings, who were rescued by a Good Samaritan here, have been sent to the Miri Hospital for a check-up after bruises and scars were found all over their bodies.

Ethnic groups urged to preserve culture and traditions

MIRI: More than 30 native ethnic groups in Sarawak have been advised to record down their cultural heritage and unique traditional practices so that they do not end up losing these priceless assets while in their pursuit of development and progress.

Berawans split over 80,000ha plantation deal

MIRI: The minority Berawans - one of the smallest ethnic groups in Sarawak - are caught up in a major internal conflict over the move by a private consortium and a government-linked agency to develop an 80,000ha oil palm and timber plantation project in Ulu Baram.

Runaway siblings with bruises, scars taken to hospital

The two runaway siblings who were rescued by a Good Samaritan here have been sent to the Miri Hospital for a thorough examination, after bruises and scars were found all over their bodies.