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Johari to initiate talks to make General Post Office building heritage site

KUCHING: Sarawak will initiate talks with Pos Malaysia Bhd on the preservation of the General Post Office building here as a heritage building within the city’s planned legacy square.


Plenty of archaeological wonders yet to be discovered in Santubong

TO many, boulders are just what they are — pieces of rock. However, beneath the hard exterior of the boulders which spread throughout the vast Santubong peninsula weaves a tale of the journey and lives of the earliest settlements in Sarawak.


Beads competition gets Oct 4 deadline extension

KUCHING: Crafthub Sdn Bhd has extended the closing date for the submission of entries to the Borneo International Beads Award.


Learn about powder glass beads from Ghana

KUCHING: Powder glass beads from Ghana will be among the items showcased at the Third Borneo International Bead Conference 2013.


SMK Santubong students learn about nature and its importance

KUCHING: Some 30 students of SMK Santubong had a field day learning about trees, animals, the significance of the Santubong peninsula and its relation to renowned naturalist Alfred Russell Wallace.


The Santubong legend lives on

THE silhouette of a woman lying down can hardly be missed by anyone visiting Kuching.


UK entrepreneur-researcher to share her organic beads experience

KUCHING: The coming 3rd Borneo International Bead Conference (Bibco) 2013 will showcase various types of beads, including the organic type.


Kuching’s famed three trails

KUCHING: Sarawak welcomed delegates of the City With A Soul 2013 International Conference by treating them to special tours around the city.


Masing: NCR landowners have a choice

MIRI: Owners of native customary rights (NCR) land should be consulted properly by any party, including the government, when the status of their land is to be changed.


Swinburne, MDeC to make software for mobile devices

KUCHING: Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus is partnering Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) to develop mobile apps designed to run on smartphones, tablet computers and other portable devices.