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All groups assured of opportunity to better themselves under 1Malaysia, says PM

MIRI: Equal treatment and opportunities for all Malaysians - from the most remote areas of Sarawak to the urban sprawl of the Klang Valley. That's Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's promise under his 1Malaysia principle.


Clinics not up to the mark

THE 35-year-old Miri City Polyclinic and the Maternity and Child Health Clinic in Miri are in a bad shape.


A heart of gold

This Sunday marks the first anniversary of the death of Yasmin Ahmad. Few know that the acclaimed auteur was a philanthropist.


Sea levels rising in the peninsula, says Kurup

KUALA LUMPUR: Sea levels off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia will rise by 10cm to 13cm in the next 100 years, said Natural Resources and Environment Deputy Minister Tan Sri Joseph Kurup.


Suhakam ‘no’ to adviser role in Penan probe

KUCHING: The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) Sarawak has refused to act as adviser to a proposed task force to investigate alleged rape and sexual exploitation of Penan women and girls by loggers.


Old couple make their dream come true by sailing around the world

IT IS THE love for the sea, nature, forests and meeting people of different backgrounds that inspired British-American couple Peter and Virginia Dimsey to work hard and save enough money to build a boat to embark on a world tour.


New Watson in the making

THE Malaysian Amateur Athletic Union (MAAU) has hailed the 100m win by Sarawakian athlete Ambrose Jilom in the Asean School Games in Bukit Jalil as a promising result and will meet his family members soon to make plans to groom the athlete for the next two SEA Games.


Year 2000 census shows more males than the fairer sex in Sarawak

MALES in Sarawak outnumbered the females by 26,723, according to the last census taken 10 years ago.


Invitation to attend talks at MNS roadshow

MEMBERS of the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) and the public are invited to the society's coming roadshow to be held in conjunction with its 70th anniversary.


Rainforest World Music Festival has reached a plateau, say experts

ALTHOUGH last year's Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) was threatened by the influenza A (H1N1) virus, the crowd turnout remained high with almost 22,000 visitors cramming the Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV) near Kuching.