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Animal cruelty must be stopped

North view - By Stephen Then There are claims that dogs are being dumped, cruelly confined and badly treated and even mercilessly killed by not just their owners but also certain quarters working for the local authorities during this ongoing rabies-outbreak in Miri and the rest of Sarawak.

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Brunei folk expected to throng Miri expo

MIRI: At least 30,000 people are expected to visit an expo in Miri to showcase the latest in computer technology and mobile communication devices - and 10,000 of them are expected to be Bruneians.

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All out war on rabies

MIRI: The authorities have warned that dog-owners who simply throw away or dump their dogs in public due to the current rabies-outbreak will be penalised.

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Taking steps to contain rabies threat in Sarawak

MIRI: The spread of rabies to Miri city has prompted concerted action from all quarters to contain the disease.

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Filthy state of affairs running through city

MIRI: Miri City Council (MCC) has taken to task a property developer and traders for turning a waterway into a big rubbish dump.

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Simple yet meaningful gestures

MIRI: Grassroot Mirians celebrated Sept 16 Malaysia Day in a simple show of unity and harmony with the rest of the country.

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Miri folk urged to show patriotism

MIRI: People in Miri City, which will host the Sarawak-level National Day celebrations on Aug 31, must show their patriotic spirit.

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Unlicensed and unsafe motels a real concern

MIRI: As many as 37 motels and lodging houses in Miri city that cater to public use have been found to have breached safety and licencing regulations.

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Massive waste collected along beach and riverbank

MIRI: All it took was just one morning-session of cleaning along 2km of the beachfront and riverbank near Lutong bazaar here, and a huge bulk of 1,541kg of waste-products was collected.

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