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Ministry to launch Gawai price-control drive

THE Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry will conduct a price-control campaign for the Gawai Dayak festival which falls on June 1 and 2.

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Aussie peddlers seek inclusion of event in the Sarawak Regatta

INTERNATIONAL water sports enthusiasts have proposed that the famous dragon boat race be included as an item in next year's Sarawak Regatta, one of the state's premier events.

Community

Over 5,000 vie for ‘King of the River’ challenge

THE Sarawak River that meanders through the city centre fronting the waterfront turns into a racing circuit as about 5,800 paddlers vie to be the king of the river at the annual Sarawak Regatta.

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Sarawak Land and Survey team emerge champions in Regatta

THE Sarawak Land and Survey Department defended its position as the 'King of River' after it emerged champions in the Bidar 30-man paddlers finals, the main event at the Sarawak Regatta 2010.

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RM4.5mil village roads in Petra Jaya near completion

VILLAGERS of Kampung Bintawa, Kampung Pulo, Kampung Semarang, Kampung Surabaya and Kampung Panglima Seman in Petra Jaya will be able to drive their cars right up to their doorsteps once the RM4.5mil village road network project is completed sometime early next year.

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Sarawak seeks RM2b for flood bypass channel

KUCHING: Sarawak is requesting RM2bil from the Federal Government to complete the Flood Bypass Channel Project to free Kuching city of floods.

Community

Defending champions DBKU hope to retain league title

SHAKESPEARE once said - 'heavy is the head that wears the crown'. This phrase aptly fits Kuching City North Commission(DBKU) football team as they begin their battle to defend their crown in the Kuching League Football Championship this year.

Community

Army preferred over private contractors to build rural roads

MIRI: The general feeling among local community leaders and politicians is that rural road projects in Sarawak should be taken away from private contractors and given to the Army instead.

Community

Mobile units rush to register remote BR1M applicants before monsoon peaks

MIRI: Mobile units from the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) and District Office are going to the remotest parts of the states northern region to register as many eligible recipients of the Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) 2.0 as possible.

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Problems expected in coming round of BR1M application

MIRI: Civil servants assigned the task of handling Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) in the interior of Sarawak are bracing for a potential logistics nightmare.