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Miri police smash multi-million betting syndicates

Miri police have smashed two major black-market four-digit syndicates that had been earning up to RM3 million every month for the past two years from on-line betting from Malaysia and from neighbouring countries.


Packages to boost tourism in Sarawak

Two new products will be launched next year to boost Sarawak's tourism potential.


Jabu: Penans will be better off after Murum relocation

The Penans who will be relocated to make way for the proposed multi-billion ringgit Murum hydroelectric dam project, have been promised a better life after they are resettled.


Trio with firearms nabbed

Police have uncovered firearms and ammunition during a pre-Hari Raya anti-crime operation here and arrested two Indonesians and a local suspect.


Typhoon ‘tail’ leaves trail of destruction in Sarawak

The freak storm that left a trail of destruction in northern Sarawak on Tuesday was caused by the 'tail' of Typhoon Rammasun that raged near the Philippines.


Sarawak gets tail-end of typhoon Ramasun

The freak storm that uprooted giant trees, blew off rooftops, bent metal signboards and left a trail of destruction in its path in northern Sarawak was caused by the tail of typhoon Ramasun that raged near the Philippines.


Gangsters blending in with the poor

Gangsters specialising in armed robbery are 'blending' in with Sarawak's poor and living in densely-populated housing estates to make it difficult for police to locate them.


SUPP: Allow Sarawak teachers to leave early for reunion dinner

Allow teachers from outside Sarawak, and those stationed in rural schools in the state, to leave early so that they can get home in time to mark the Chinese New Year, Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) urged the State Education Department.


Sarawak to launch renewable energy corridor soon

The soon-to-be launched 'renewable energy corridor' project will ensure all regions in Sarawak are balanced development-wise, said Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud.


Miri kindergartens and schools show record intake of students

There has been a sharp increase in the number of families from squatter colonies, rural migrant communities and low-income groups who are registering their children for early education in nurseries, kindergartens and Year One this year in northern Sarawak - a good sign for all.