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Longhouse hit by health problems

MIRI: Residents of a 200-door longhouse in Long Bemang are afflicted by serious health problems after the river they depend on for drinking, cooking and bathing is allegedly contaminated with pesticides from an oil palm plantation.

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Aussie education fair to visit Miri, Sibu and Kuching

DETERMINING your child#8217;s education is not an easy task, and choosing the education best suited for your child is even more challenging.

Community

Group from Ping Nang district in China visit Miri

A 20-MEMBER group comprising 12 students, six teachers and two tour leaders from Ping Nang district in southern China paid a courtesy call on Miri mayor Lawrence Lai Yew Son in Miri yesterday.

Community

Telco’s green agenda

TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd (TM) continued to play its role as an environmental-savvy telco when it organised the fifth leg of its TM Earth Camp at Fraser's Hill from June 18 to 20.

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Pollution woes on Miri River

SQUATTERS living along Miri River have to be resettled before rehabilitation work is carried out to reverse the river's pollution.

Community

Oral health drive in Sibu on Sunday

THE Sibu public will benefit from a campaign aimed at raising awareness on oral health.

Community

Sarawak wants sports schools

THE Social Development and Urbanisation Ministry will propose to the Education Ministry the establishment of sports schools in Sarawak.

Community

Chan: Sarawak wants to tap the ideas of youths

THE Sarawak government wants to get ideas from youth bodies and student organisations on what should be done to conserve the environment.

Community

Study on Panyu-Miri Smart Cities project

A JOINT study will be carried out by several parties to explore prospects for the development of the Panyu-Miri Smart Cities (PMSC) project.

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Less than 3% of parolees go back to crime

KAJANG: The country's parole system has a higher success rate than Australia and Canada as 97.1% of those released do not go back to crime, according to Prisons Department statistics.