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War of words risks distracting attention from the bigger picture

LAST Sunday, the 47 Malaysians who had been detained for two months in a Cambodian provincial jail returned home after being released.

Sarawak MTUC: Make job creation in Sarawak a priority

KUCHING: The Sarawak Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) has called for job creation to be a priority in the state following the release of 40 Sarawakians from detention in Cambodia.

Socso data shows rise in construction accidents and deaths last year

PETALING JAYA: There was an increase in the number of accidents and deaths in the construction sector last year compared to 2017, according to data from the Social Security Organisation (Socso).

CIDB lauds efforts to make worksites safer

PETALING JAYA: Urgent action is needed to tackle a continued rise in the number of fatal accidents in the construction sector, said the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB).

Stranded ship towed to KK jetty

KOTA KINABALU: The New Year brought joy to the 10 foreign crewmen who were left with limited provisions on a faulty vessel since August off Pulau Gaya.

Ship with crew of 10 stranded since August finally berthed

KOTA KINABALU: Ten foreign crewmen stranded in a faulty vessel with limited food, water and electricity supply since August in waters off Pulau Gaya near here were finally able to see improvements in living condition beginning with New Year’s Day.

We chose change, not cronyism

From K. VEERIAH, Secretary, MTUC Penang Division.

MEF, MTUC want EIS to be fine-tuned for improvement

PETALING JAYA: While many have hailed the Employment Insu­ra­nce System (EIS) as a secure safety net for retrenched workers, some associations say more should be done to further improve the scheme.

Good job on bridge building in Sarawak

From ANDREW LO, Secretary, MTUC, Sarawak Division.

SAC3 staff at wit's end over late payment of salaries

KOTA KINABALU: A group of Sabah Animation and Creative Content Centre (SAC3) employees are at their wits' end after being affected by salary problems since October, with two of them on the verge of losing their homes.