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Taib warns ‘naughty’ folk not to cause strife

Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud has warned that he will not allow 'naughty' groups in Sarawak to stir up racial hatred and religious strife in the name of democracy, although he agrees that peaceful political dissent should be allowed in the open.

Taib committed to protecting harmony, unity

Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud has warned that he will not allow 'naughty' groups in Sarawak to stir up racial hatred and religious strife in the name of 'so-called democracy' even though he agrees that peaceful political dissent should be allowed.hr noshade size=1 width=50%>

PM to open and launch mega projects in Sarawak

The Prime Minister will open two mega projects and launch another two during a working visit to Sarawak next week.

SUPP sets up five branches

The Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) saw a flurry of activities over the past few days, with five new branches being speedily formed and approved in northern and central Sarawak.

Students hit by disasters don’t know where to get aid

Schoolhildren who be-came victims of disasters like fires and floods are often left in a lurch because there is lack of information from the local welfare agencies and authorities on how they could obtain financial aid, said Sarawak Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister's Department, Datin Fatimah Abdullah.

Taib loses friendly bet with Ting

Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud lost a friendly bet with developer Tan Sri Ting Pek Khiing when the latter managed to complete the Pujut flyover project in time for the Merdeka celebration, 11 months ahead of schedule.

2,000 squatters may get swept away by Miri River flood

There is an urgency to resettle the more than 2,000 squatters living along riverbanks in Miri as they are in danger of being swept away by floods, said state assemblyman for Pujut, Andy Chia.

Little girl seen rummaging through city rubbish

The sight of little children rummaging in rubbish dumps has raised concern among several people in this city.

Families badly need a half-way home

Mentally-unsound people from poverty-stricken families ended up living in extremely desolate conditions, sometimes getting locked up in wooden cages in dirty and cramped conditions.

Canadian fined RM600 for hurting fighting cocks

A sleep-deprived expatriate from Canada, incensed by his neighbour's noisy fighting cocks for more than six months, was fined RM600 for attacking the animals with a spade.