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Ministry: Liberal air travel good for Asean

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has benefited from the proactive stance in the liberalisation of the aviation sector in Asean, said the Transport Ministry.

Fears of dengue as thousands head home

MIRI: The return of thousands of natives to their long-houses for Christmas has given authorities the jitters as possible outbreak of dengue in the interior looms.

Beauty queen with a taste for drugs

MIRI: A 22-year-old runner-up of a recent beauty pageant here has been arrested for dabbling in dangerous drugs.

Continuous rain can lead to landslides at Canada Hill

MIRI: The more than 600 residents living in villages located on the slopes and at the foot of Canada Hill in Miri have been warned of imminent dangers ahead should the rainy season persist.

Sexual promiscuity and influx of workers are major factors

MIRI: Sexually-transmitted diseases (STD) and other diseases have become a serious concern among natives in settlements surrounding the Bakun hydro-electric dam project site in central Sarawak.

New airport for Mukah

KUCHING: Mukah will get a RM600mil airport to cater to its rapid growth as the Sarawak Corri-dor of Renewable Energy's (Score) central administrative centre.

Dilemma of Sarawak natives

LONG KEVOK (Ulu Baram): Sarawak native folks who were uprooted from their original homes and relocated to resettlement schemes built by timber companies and the state are facing a major unemployment dilemma.

Leave of medical staff frozen

MIRI: The leave of medial staff, doctors and nurses serving in dengue hotspots here has been frozen in the wake of a statewide red alert issued on the outbreak.

Anuar is Shell M’sia chairman

PETALING JAYA: Shell Malaysia has appointed Mohd Anuar Taib chairman with effect from Jan 1.

Sarawak on dengue alert

MIRI: Sarawak has been put on dengue red alert following an explosion of cases - about 10 new hospital admissions in Miri alone every day.