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Suhakam to identify native communities

The Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) will carry out a project to identify and locate indigenous communities in Sabah and Sarawak who are facing financial and social hardships.


Plant to recycle toxic waste in Sarawak

A multi-million-ringgit integrated treatment and recycling plant will be set up in Sarawak to collect, break down, treat and recycle highly toxic and harmful waste such as oil sludge, used vehicle and heavy machinery tyres, leftovers from industrial lubricants and used vehicle engine oil.


Masing’s group seeks fresh PBDS elections

Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) leaders led by state Minister Datuk Sri Dr James Masing will start lobbying for a fresh party election to be conducted as soon as possible now that the parliamentary election in Sarawak has been completed.


108 researchers to join Miri park expedition

A total of 108 researchers from 15 institutions and agencies in the country will participate in an upcoming scientific expedition to the Loagan Bunut National Park in the Miri Division to gather information for the planning, management and conservation of the park.


Firearms workshop found in resettlement scheme

Police here stumbled upon a firearms manufacturing workshop while on rounds to nab some suspected thieves.


Red tide off Sarawak not harmful

The people need not be worried over the red tide occurring in the waters off the coast of northern Sarawak as it is formed by non-toxic plankton, a fisheries official said.


NZ college to hold roadshow

THE International Pacific College (IPC), a private higher education institution in New Zealand, will be in Malaysia next month to promote its courses. It will also be offering limited scholarships of NZ$4,000 (RM10,400) to students who are eligible.


Expired goods being sold to villagers

Villagers in remote and sub-rural districts have become victims of unscrupulous businessmen who use sundry shops and tuck shops in small villages as their dumping ground for expired and defective consumer goods and foodstuff.


Director: Fish safe for consumption

Fish and other seafood harvested from waters off northern Sarawak is safe for consumption.


Sarawak likely to see crowded fights

The political fighting ring in Sarawak is going to be rather crowded this coming parliamentary election. This is the first time in two decades that so many opposition parties will be involved in multi-cornered fights against the mighty Sarawak Barisan Nasional.