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Evening to remember for Olympic athletes

IT WAS a fun-filled night of appreciation for all Malaysian Olympic athletes as they were treated to good food, cash incentives and gifts.

Metro News

Bringing back sporting glory

KUCHING: About 880 athletes representing four zones across the state took part in the rebranded Sukan Sarawak (Suksar), after a 27-year hiatus, to claim bragging rights as the inaugural champion.

Metro News

Honouring their heroic sacrifices

KUCHING: The Sarawak government has awarded financial incentives totalling RM557,000 to 51 national athletes for their sterling performances at the recent Kuala Lumpur Sea Games and Asean Para Games.


Use Internet and social media responsibly

KUCHING: The state government has no restriction on the use of Internet and social media channels among youths but responsibility and self-censorship must be upheld at all times.


Honouring women’s contribution to education

KUCHING: In conjunction with the Women’s Day celebration on Nov 5, the state will publish a new book Sarawak Women in Education to commemorate the contribution of women to education.


Veteran and young sportsmen share experience at forum

SEVERAL former international sports personalities were among the panellists at a forum titled “Towards a balance ideal sports and academic” held at Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) in Serdang.


Poised to make a splash

THE dream of winning gold medals in diving may be a possible future for Penangites with the completion of Olympic-class swimming and diving pools in Relau.


Khairy speaks to undergrads as part of varsity’s leadership programme

Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin has advised undergraduates to look beyond geographical boundaries.


Time to grow a moustache, guys

PROSTATE and testicular cancer will be the focus of a three-month awareness and fundraising campaign, known as Movember – The Ultimate Shave Off, organised by Makna (National Cancer Council) together with the Rainbow Team volunteer group.