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Vandals set fire to council’s rubbish bins

MIRI: Miri City Council has become a target of vandals.


Highway construction in full swing

MIRI: Construction work on the Miri-Kuala Baram section of the Pan-Borneo Highway is currently in full swing.


Police nab foreign gang after pet shop robbery

MIRI: Police have arrested four Filipino suspects involved in a robbery after a high-speed car chase from Sariket to Sri Aman.


Court throws out Pujut seat election petition

MIRI: Pujut State Assemblyman Dr Ting Tiong Choon hopes there will be no attempts to disrupt his work as the elected representative of the constituency since the High Court has thrown out the election petition against him.


Opposition parties keep close watch on city council

MIRI: The opposition parties in Miri have appointed several of their grassroot members to function as “shadow-councillors” to monitor the performance of the city’s councillors.


Community help refurbish house

MIRI: Forty-eight student volunteers from Curtin University, Sarawak Malaysia (Curtin Sarawak) carried out a community outreach project at Kampung Pujut Tanjung Batu, helping a needy family comprising an elderly woman, her daughter and grandson refurbish their house that had fallen into a state of disrepair.


Legal team to fight election petition

MIRI: Sarawak DAP is assembling a team of legal eagles to fight the election petition filed by a BN direct candidate to nullify its victory in the Pujut state constituency in the recent state elections.


Election petition filed against Pujut assemblyman

MIRI: An election petition was filed in the Miri High Court by BN direct candidate in the Pujut state constituency, Datuk Hii King Chong against Pujut assemblyman Dr Ting Tiong Choon of DAP.


Keen English debate competition

MIRI: The third annual Inter-School English Debate and Oratory Competition saw keen competition from the 11 participating secondary schools in Miri, Kuching, Mukah and Betong.


Branch chairman claims party could have won more seats

SIBU: The Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) could have won more seats in the May 7 state election had its splintere group UPP not taken away its traditional seats to contest as a Barisan direct candidate.