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Students from Sarawak, Sabah and Australia get to know more about legacy of their forefathers

A GROUP of some 30 youths from Sarawak, Sabah and Australia are learning more about the connection of and contributions by their forefathers in ending the World War Two (WW2) in Borneo.

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Ba’Kelalan to host Lun Bawang Fest this year, says organiser

KUCHING: The upcoming Lun Bawang Festival will give visitors a glimpse of the culture and traditions of one of Sarawak’s highland communities.

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Crocodile and serpent effigies in Lawas to be signposted as major tourism draw

KUCHING: Crocodile and serpent effigies in Lawas district have the potential to become tourist attractions once the Sarawak Museum puts up proper signage around them.

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Prolific writer Gael Harrison to introduce her latest novel

KUCHING: Author Gael Harrison will give a reading from her latest novel “Where the Golden Oriole Sang” at the Sarawak Museum’s Dewan Tun Abdul Razak on April 21.

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Free talk on Kaul Fest this Saturday

KUCHING: Friends of Sarawak Museum will present a talk, “What is Kaul” under its “Afternoons at the Museum” series this Saturday.

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DBKU declares war against rats, flies

KUCHING: Kuching City North Commission (DBKU) is doubling its effort to reduce rats and flies in 20 major eateries.

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Many programmes in store for New Zealand Week 2014

KUCHING: An array of activities have been planned for the coming New Zealand (NZ) Week 2014.

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Talk on Sibu’s first Cantonese settlement

KUCHING: The Friends of Sarawak Museum (FoSM) is presenting a talk on Sibu’s first Cantonese settlement on March 8.

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Museum series kicks off with Charles Brooke talk

KUCHING: Friends of Sarawak Museum is starting a new monthly series of talks and programmes for the public called “Afternoon at the Museum”.

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Reconstruction of Fort Alice being undertaken as authentically as possible

THE restoration of Sri Aman’s Fort Alice, built 150 years ago, is likely unprecedented in this part of the world as far as its level of attention to details go.