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MIRI: There is no turning back. Sarawak and Sabah will never break away from Malaysia because the country has gone too far together and the only way to march forward is together, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
MIRI: Miri City, playing host to this year’s national level Malaysia Day celebrations, is set to gain increasing importance at state and national level in the social-economic arenas.
MIRI: Sarawakians take great pride in many things that are special in their state and believe they can be a model for the rest of the nation.
SHAH ALAM: A Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) student died after she was knocked down by a car driven by a lecturer of the university, in the campus grounds here.
Food and funfair raises fund to upkeep centre which enables the blind to acquire vocational training
SIBU: The annual open house-cum-food and funfair of the Sarawak Society for the Blind, Sibu Division Branch, was a hive of activity as people from all walks of life came in drove to support the event.
RESIDENTS of Ampang, Kajang and Shah Alam are counting the cost of the flash floods that affected their businesses and damaged their property.
PETALING JAYA: Several areas in the Klang Valley have been severely affected by flash floods and strong winds.
THE republic is aiming to make cycling not just recreational, but a “viable transport option” for short trips, National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan wrote on his blog.
HULU TERENGGANU: The search-and-rescue mission for marathon runner Ahmad Rafikin Azman at the Sekayu waterfalls came to a tragic end with the discovery of the 16-year-old's body.
ABOUT 100,000 merrymakers are expected to usher in 2015 at the 10th Penang Golden New Year’s Eve Countdown Celebration (PG2015) at the Esplanade.