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Sibu airport resumes operations

SIBU: The airport here has resumed operations, bringing great relief to some 3,000 travellers.


Balang says towns in interior Sarawak need better connectivity

MIRI: There is a need to drastically improve rural air services in remote Sarawak, says Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) deputy president Datuk Nelson Balang Rining.


Sarawak, Sabah eye MASwings

KUCHING: The Sarawak and Sabah governments want to acquire MASwings’ equity, bringing back an old proposal first made in 2012 that was shelved a year later.


Fruitful and fun study tour

PKT Logistics’ third Hull University Business School study tour proved to be both educational and fun, reports BRIAN MARTIN.


MCA dinner themed ‘Stronger Together’ draws a large crowd

MORE than 1,000 people attended Perak MCA’s dinner with the theme “Stronger Together” that was held at the SM Poi Lam hall.

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Bank staff wins tickets to London

A BANK executive went home  with two return business class air tickets to London when she won the grand prize in the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) Fair March 2019 Buyers’ Contest.

Metro News

Exciting holiday prizes on offer at MATTA Fair this weekend

AMAZING prizes worth over RM80,000 await winners of the Buyers’ Contest at the three-day MATTA Fair Penang in the Straits Quay Convention Centre from today.

Metro News

Families of ill-fated flights’ crews get encouragement to carry on and honour their loved ones

IT TOOK a challenging three years for Nur Diyana Yazeera to accept the tragic loss of her mother who was on the ill-fated MH 17 flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, and she couldn’t have done it without the support of her aunt and other people around her.


Respect the key to peaceful co-existence

Different Spin - By Ben Ibrahim WE LIVE in a world of perceptions.


Sibu airport in dire need of automatic landing system

SIBU: An automatic landing system is urgently needed at Sibu airport, said Chief Minister’s political secretary Michael Tiang.