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Allegations of slavery, rape at Murum dam baseless, says S’wak Energy

MIRI: Sarawak Energy Bhd has released a statement strongly condemning allegations that slave labour was used in the construction of the Murum hydroelectric dam, and that there was systematic rape of Penan women in nearby settlements.


Journalists slam Sarawak Report for twisting facts about Murum tour

KUCHING: The Kuching Division Journalists Association (KDJA) and Commonwealth Journalists Association (CJA), Sarawak Branch have accused Sarawak Report of indulging in gutter journalism.


Unwanted attention, again

The protests over the Murum dam are not doing the state’s image any good, which is why a quick solution needs to be found before things get ugly.


Aluminium smelting plant Press Metal refutes pollution claims

MUKAH: The chief executive of an aluminium smelting plant here has refuted claims that his factory is a major polluter.


Murum HEP completely safe, assures Sarawak Energy

KUCHING: Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) assures that the Murum hydroelectric is being subjected to stringent quality controls and is completely safe.


Group still insists Murum dam project could pose threat to surrounding areas

MIRI: Anti-dam activists in Sarawak are not convinced by Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB)’s assurance on the safety of the proposed Murum dam, saying that any problem associated with the turbines is a cause of great concern.


‘Attack’ from Green Police

From TAN SRI DR YUSOF BASIRON, CEO, Malaysian Palm Oil Council.


Murum Dam on target

KUCHING: Despite allegations of defects at the Murum Dam, the 944MW hydro-electric dam remains on schedule for commissioning by the end of this year.


Ex-wife got false advice about my wealth, Taib Mahmud's son tells court

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Mahmud Abu Bekir Taib told the Syariah High Court his former wife, Shahnaz Abdul Majid, was influenced into believing that he has many personal properties, leading her to claim for RM100mil in alimony.


Slaughter more pigs, butchers urged

SIBU: The Sarawak Livestock Breeder Association said it encourages butchers here to slaughter pigs at least six days a week for the benefit of the consumers here.