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EC revises several seat boundaries in Sarawak

The Election Commission (EC) has proposed another new state seat and revised the boundaries of several parliamentary and state seats in Sarawak.


'Let BN leaders decide on seats'

The planned new seats under an electoral redelineation exercise in Sarawak should not be subject to public debate and political leaders should be left alone to sort out the allocation for their parties, said Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan Hong Nam.


11 new seats proposed for Sarawak

Three new parliamentary and eight state seats are being proposed in Sarawak under an electoral redelineation exercise by the Election Commission.


'Twister' leaves trail of damage

A tornado-like #8216;twister#8217; blew off roofs, bent satellite dishes and dislodged metal fencing in a housing estate near the Sarawak-Brunei border.


Anlly hopes to see abducted father soon

'Daddy, I hope to see you soon. There are many things I want tell you about class. Don't worry about me. You take good care of yourself and come back home soon. We miss you and are waiting for you.'


Psychiatrist: Student fit to enter plea

A magistrate#8217;s court in Kuching was Tuesday told that a college student, who is tentatively charged with murdering his college mate two months ago, is fit to enter a plea.


Student charged with murder

A college student from Pujut, Miri, was tentatively charged in a magistrate's court here yesterday with killing his college mate after a heated argument in a rented apartment.


Pregnant mum and her four children killed in fire

A young pregnant mother and her four children, including one who was disabled, were burnt to death in a fire that destroyed a double-storey squatter house in the outskirts of Miri town early Saturday morning.


Gawai joy goes up in flames for Dayaks

The Gawai Dayak has been a fiery affair this year, as a spate of fires has left many families in the state homeless.


'Datuk' pleads guilty to cheating five

An unemployed man pleaded guilty in a magistrate#8217;s court here yesterday to five counts of impersonating a Datuk and cheating three teachers and two soldiers of a total of RM9,000 by promising he could secure them a RM25,000 flat.