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City plans to convert all used cooking oil into organic pesticides

MIRI: A factory to convert used cooking oil into organic pesticides has been proposed to be set up here to alleviate concerns over the sale of recycled oil to the public.

Ting: SUPP respects High Court’s decision to reinstate assemblyman

MIRI: Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) respects Kuching High Court decision to reinstate Dr Ting Tiong Choon of DAP as Pujut assemblyman.

Five political parties and an NGO to contest Pujut by-election

MIRI: It is getting “hotter” by the day – in the political sense that is – in Miri city.

Call for accountability

North view - Stephen Then MIRI: The rakyat expect immediate attention and wise solutions to urgent issues affecting their daily lives. And local politicians are at the frontline facing the demands of these citizens.

Thumbs-up to neighbourhood joint patrol

MIRI: A pilot project that was aimed at enhancing cooperation in safety and security between housing estate residents and police has been more than fruitful as it helped forge closer relationship among the residents.

Call for concerted effort in battling bushfires and haze

MIRI: Relevant authorities are urged to jointly help combat bushfires and haze during the impending drought season.

Worrying signs of wildfires and haze returning

MIRI: There are signs showing wildfires and open burning cases are starting again in Miri and Kuala Baram districts.

STAR keen to contest in Pujut by-election

MIRI: State Reform Party Sarawak (STAR) is keen to contest for the Pujut by-election.

No election rhetorics please

North view - By Stephen Then IT LOOKS like this pre-campaigning period for the Pujut by-election in Miri is already becoming a battle of rhetorics.

Proven track record of being a multiracial party

MIRI: Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP) has a track record unequalled by any other. It is not only the oldest political party in Sarawak but its founding fathers were from Chinese, Malay and Dayak descendants.