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Floating mosque 60% complete

KUCHING: Sarawak’s first floating mosque at the Kuching Waterfont, once completed this September, will be a unique addition that will further boost tourism at the city centre.

‘Fishermen won’t be left behind’

ALOR SETAR: Fishermen in the Rice Bowl state will not be left behind in the country’s national transformation programme, says Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Najib: Barisan has proven its commitment to fishermen's interests

ALOR SETAR: The Barisan Nasional government has proven time and time again that it has the interests of fishermen at heart, says Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Golden hours

The sunset view of Kuching's floating mosque at the bank of Sungai Sarawak is simply breathtaking. With a capacity of 1,500 congregations, the mosque is expected to be completed at year's end. - ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE / THE STAR

Miri to emulate Kuching Waterfront to lure tourists and investors

MIRI: The success of Kuching Waterfront has become an inspiration for other cities, with Miri being the first in line to use it as a model to transform its riverfront.

Ending the year with a party

THIS year end, the Pangkor Island Festival 2017 – a community-based festival that that celebrates diversity in art, culture, music and food under one roof – is set to liven up the island.

Residents divided over coastal route

PENANGITES along the island’s north coast seem divided over the North Coastal Paired Road (NCPR) project.

Floating mosque to hold feast on June 22

GEORGE TOWN: The mosque qariah committee of the Tanjung Bungah floating mosque will hold a kenduri (feast) after breaking of fast and terawih prayers on June 22.

Namewee remanded over online music video

GEORGE TOWN: A handcuffed Namewee was brought to a magistrate’s court where he was remanded for four days over a music video that allegedly insulted Islam.

Amnesty: Namewee’s arrest another sign of repression

PETALING JAYA: The arrest of controversial rapper Namewee is another sign of repression in Malaysia against artistes, said Amnesty International deputy director Josef Roy Benedict.