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Open burning banned to control haze

KUCHING: The Natural Resources and Environment Board (NREB) has issued statewide ban on open burning.


Sarawak, Brunei to extend border operating time

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: (The border checkpoints between Sarawak and Brunei will be opened from 6am to midnight daily – an extension of two hours from the 6am-to-10pm opening that had been used for decades.


Chance for students to explore options

KUCHING: Market Management Service’s (MMS) popular Education Fair will return this month, starting at Hilton Kuching this Saturday.


Wong is new Sheda president

KUCHING: Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers’ Association (Sheda) has elected Joseph Wong Kee Liong as its president for the 2015-2018 term during an extraordinary general meeting (EGM).


Drive to abolish

SIBU: DAP Sarawak has initiated a signature campaign which calls for the state government to abolish the collection of toll at the Lanang Bridge.


Traffic congestion in Kuching is getting worse and little is being done about it

NEWS events trickle to a halt every festive season, namely Chinese New Year, Hari Raya and Gawai Dayak.


No expansion plans for KIA

KUCHING: Although Kuching International Airport (KIA) is almost reaching its capacity of handling five million passengers annually, there are currently no plans for expansion.


Need to tighten enforcement Bodies must get their act together for more effective services

THREE years ago, in one of my first few columns in this newspaper, I highlighted the loophole at Kuching International Airport that allows passengers from outside Sarawak to mingle with passengers arriving from within Sarawak at the airside arrival hall and then walk straight out of the airport without passing through immigration control.


Concert to help youths stay away from drugs

SIBU: Want to know how to stay free from drugs?


Principal’s mission and vision also contribute to SMK St Elizabeth’s success

SIBU: SMK St Elizabeth here again achieved remarkable results in the 2014 SPM examination by obtaining the best average grade (GPS) of 2.83, making it the only school in the town to score below 3.0.