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Baby dumped in school toilet

A newborn baby boy was dumped in a school toilet shortly after his 13-year-old mother gave birth to him in Sarawak's northernmost town of Limbang.


Philippine cops on trail of bandit leader

Police in southern Philippines are on the trail of wanted bandit leader Ladjip Jamadam, believed to be hiding in the Tawi Tawi group of islands. He and his gunmen are believed to be holding two Malaysian sailors and an Indonesian skipper captive.


Hostage trio ‘somewhere in Tawi-Tawi islands’

The three hostages grabbed from the I>East Ocean 2 /I>tugboat over a week ago are safe and somewhere in the Tawi-Tawi chain of islands in southern Philippines, said Fifth Brigade commanding officer Brig-Jen Mohd Shahrin Abdul Majid.


Don’t overreact to clash police chief tells foreigner workers

Sarawak police have called on Indonesian workers from different ethnic backgrounds in the state to keep calm and not to overreact to Monday's violent clash between Bugis and Bima workers in Batu Niah resulting in the death of three of them.


Fatal brawl at wedding feast

A grand wedding I>kenduri /I>for an Indonesian couple, who were working as labourers in a plantation in Batu Niah, ended in tragedy early yesterday.


Experts to help tap Bario agro-ecotourism potential

The Bario Highlands in northern Sarawak, known to produce Sarawak's famous rice, will be explored further for its agro-ecotourism potential.


Unrecognised wheelchair hero is used to poor support

He was crowned national champion for the sixth time. But there was still no hero's welcome when the athlete returned home.


RM150,000 per head offer gave rise to hostage grab

An offer of 1.5mil pesos (RM150,000) per head is believed to have prompted the hostage grab on board the I>East Ocean 2/Itugboat in the Sulu Sea last Sunday.


Philippines army tracking kidnappers

The Philippines military is tracking a group of about a dozen men led by well known bandit Ladji Adam, who is believed to be the mastermind behind last Sunday#8217;s attack on the tugboat I>East Ocean 2/Iand the kidnapping of three of its crew in the Sulu Sea.


Engineering and vocational grads in great demand

Engineering and vocational students here are offered job placements by major companies even before they graduate, Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan Hong Nam said.