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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.


Good response to bubur lambuk distribution

MIRI: The distribution of bubur lambuk before the breaking of fast in Miri has become an activity that the public looks forward to.


SUPP to focus Pujut by-election campaign on women

MIRI: Women will feature prominently in the coming by-election in the Pujut state constituency in northern Sarawak.


Miri in celebratory mood

MIRI: A lively atmosphere has descended on Miri city with the ongoing Gawai Dayak festivities coinciding with the daily buka puasa events as well as the looming Pujut by-election.


Top cops from Sarawak and Brunei to discuss bilateral safety and security measures

MIRI: Sarawak and Brunei are intensifying their regional anti-crime efforts by beefing up cooperation and security especially at border checkpoints.


Preparing students for higher education

MIRI: More than 100 Form 5 students from nine secondary schools in northern Sarawak were given the opportunity to experience student life at Curtin University, Malaysia (Curtin Malaysia) when the university hosted the second day of the three-day Northern Zone Training and Industrial Awareness (TRIA) programme here.


Villagers to get water supply in next six months

MIRI: Villagers in Tudan Desaras resettlement scheme will be able to enjoy water supply within the next six months.


Primary school plans sound-proof multimedia room

MIRI: SJK(C) Chung Hua Pujut plans to build a soundproof multimedia room.


Public cooperation key to ensure success of Miri Run

MIRI: Miri City Council and Miri Marathon Association will organise The 2017 Miri Marathon on March 19.


Two children below 12 part of a family of thieves

MIRI: Police here have arrested a family – including two small boys – suspected to be operating a syndicate specialising in burglaries in the city.