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Dr Chan: Sponsor kidney dialysis centres

KUCHING: With an average of between 150 and 156 new kidney patients reported in Sarawak every year, there is a dire need for corporations to come forward and sponsor the operations of privately-run kidney dialysis centres, Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan said.


Ta Ann eyes more land to expand oil palm plantations

PETALING JAYA: Timber and plantation group Ta Ann Holdings Bhd will further expand its oil palm plantations, especially in Sarawak, via landbank acquisitions, said group managing director Datuk Wong Kuo Hea.


Federal govt to provide grant to Sarawak reps

The Federal Government will provide matching grant to Sarawak's Barisan Nasional MPs and assemblymen on whatever financial aid they receive from the state government next year.


Be more serious in upholding culture

SIBU: The public can approach the National Arts, Culture and Heritage Academy (Aswara) on matters of preserving their culture or traditions and to complain about a specific incorrect performance of a traditional dance, Deputy Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Joseph Salang Gandum said.


All bodies of drowned siblings found

KUCHING: The bodies of all four young siblings who fell into the Rejang River in Sibu on Sunday, have been recovered.


Bodies of last three Wong siblings found

The bodies of the remaining three young siblings of the four who fell into the Rejang River in Sibu on Sunday have been recovered.


Body of one of the Wong siblings found

KUCHING: One of the four young siblings who fell into the Sungai Rejang in Sungai Labaan, Sibu, on Sunday has been found.


More telecom towers to help Sarawak rural folks go online

SIBU: The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) will build more communication towers in Sarawak to enable more rural people to access and utilise information and communication technology (ICT).


Ministry: Liberal air travel good for Asean

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has benefited from the proactive stance in the liberalisation of the aviation sector in Asean, said the Transport Ministry.


Kuching churches spread message of peace

KUCHING: About 4,000 members of the Methodist, Catholic and Anglican churches here carried candles and walked 4km from the Jubilee Ground to spread the message of peace on Saturday night.