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Major flood hits bazaar near Kanowit

A major flood hit the Julau Bazaar near Kanowit in central Sarawak, forcing all the 25 shophouses to close for the second day Tuesday.

Allocate fund for rural schools Remote areas in Third World state

From WILSON TAY TZE VERN of Lembah Beringin, Selangor.

Mega Fortris confident of doubling turnover

SECURITY seals manufacturer Mega Fortris (M) Sdn Bhd has projected its turnover to double to some RM100mil this year.

'Capsized 'airman 'saved' by 'thoughts 'of family

Thoughts of his wife and three young children kept Royal Malaysian Air Force Mej Aundrey Smith, 43, going as he fought rough seas to swim to safety after the boat carrying him and five other air force personnel capsized on Sunday.

Life jackets compulsory for river trips

Sarawak will soon make it compulsory for passengers in open boats to wear life jackets.

Victim’s emotional plea to mother to stay longer

Kpl Hasnul Abdul Rahman, one of the two RMAF personnel whose body was recovered yesterday after the boat he was in capsized in waters near Pulau Sibu, had pleaded for his mother to stay longer with him in Banting, Selangor, just a few days before the incident.

One more commando found alive, two others dead

RMAF commando Sjn Saad Che Omar, 34, who went missing after the boat carrying him and five others capsized in the South China Sea near Pulau Sibu on Sunday, was found alive at 6pm yesterday, after 31 hours in the sea.

Commando: We hugged, we kissed each other

We huddled, we hugged and we kissed each other. None of us knew who would make it but at that moment we knew who would not,' RMAF commando Sjn Saad Che Omar said of his ordeal at sea with two colleagues who died after their boat capsized on Sunday.

Survivor thanks his rescuers

All the #8220;thank yous#8221; in the world will not be enough for Sjn Saad Che Omar to show his gratitude to two police officers who spotted him after his 31 hours at sea.

Moves to attract more investors

The Government is beefing up measures to make Malaysia more attractive and competitive to investors, including giving faster public sector service and standardising the issuance of licenses.