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The Sarawak Health and Medical Services Department has warned of a possible outbreak of food poisoning and diarrhoea following a dwindling supply of fresh water in drought-hit regions in the state.
The long-established ties between Sarawak and New Zealand should be nurtured, said New Zealand#8217;s Trade Negotiations, Agriculture and Forestry Minister Jim Sutton.
The shortage of fresh water in several interior regions of Sarawak has reached #8220;critical level#8221; because of the apparently worsening drought situation.
The leaders of the Sarawak National Party (SNAP) are seeking a meeting with Barisan Nasional chairman Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad to appeal for his help to #8220;reaffirm#8221; the party#8217;s position in the ruling coalition.
The Gawai Dayak has been a fiery affair this year, as a spate of fires has left many families in the state homeless.
The dry spell in Sarawak is expected to take its toll on the thousands of interior folk who depend heavily on river transportation daily.
The Sarawak Natural Resources and Environment Board has detected land-clearing activities by shifting cultivators and hill-padi planters in several interior regions in the state.
Education ties between Malaysian and Western Australian universities have been a catalyst in developing business relationships in other areas between the two partners.
Having transcended boundaries in more ways than one, the organising committee of recent Seventh Biennial Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) International Conference is making plans to offer an even better event next year.
Acting on the directive to wipe out the sale and distribution of pirated and pornographic video compact discs (VCDs) nationwide, police found a factory in a chicken farm, near here, with high-technology machines worth more than RM1mil.