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MIRI: The 12th Sarawak state elections are just around the corner now and it will be a “do-or-die battle” for the ruling Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) state government, says Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah.
KUCHING: Some 8,505 Sarawakian senior citizens have signed up for the state's Kenyalang Gold Card since applications opened this month.
MIRI: The political parties in the Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) coalition have swung into action to prepare for state elections, as the Parti Pesaka Bumiputra Bersatu (PBB) Wanita members have been directed to start campaigning on the ground.
MIRI: About 300,000 senior citizens in Sarawak aged 60 and above have started applying for the Kenyalang gold card.
MIRI: Sarawakians aged 60 and above can start applying for the "Kenyalang Gold Card" on Wednesday (Jan 15) to enjoy special discounts and privileges at selected food outlets, retail stores and also various services.
KUCHING: A Sarawak ministry plans to digitalise the services it provides to the public in order to improve its delivery system.
KUCHING: Beginning next January, details of adoptive parents and biological parents will be included in the Second Schedule Extract from the Central Register Record of Birth Sarawak of the Adoption (Central Registry) Regulations 1960, the state assembly was told.
SIBU: More than 100 hawkers in Kanowit will seek compensation from the Kanowit District Council (KDC) after they won a civil suit against the council.
Kanowit market traders can return after High Court quashes district council’s decision to terminate licences
SIBU: The Sibu High Court on Monday (Oct 28) quashed the decision of the Kanowit District Council (KDC) made in April 2019 to terminate the trading licences of hawkers at the council's multi-purpose market.