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Aussie expertise for Sarawak rural projects

Two renowned Australian scientists - one specialising in renewable energy and the other, who pioneered wireless communication in underground mines - will be bringing their expertise to Sarawak.


Sarawak monitors seas for red tides

The state environment and fisheries authorities are monitoring the seas off northern Sarawak for possible appearance of the 'red-tide' phenomenon following reports that waters in the southern parts of Brunei have been affected by the toxic algae.


SNAP wants registrar’s power reviewed

The Sarawak National Party (SNAP), currently appealing its deregistration by the Registrar of Societies (ROS), has sent an official appeal to the Federal Government to review the power of the ROS.


‘Urban-rural gap reduced’

Sarawak has managed to reduce the once-gaping disparity in income level, educational opportunities and standard of living between the urban and rural population by a considerable margin, said Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan Hong Nam.


Barisan to bank on track record in Sarawak

The Barisan Nasional manifesto for Sarawak will contain details of its track record in running the state, said Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan Hong Nam.


Medium cheats man of RM10,000

A Kayan man lost over RM10,000 to a sweet-talking medium who conned the man into believing that she could get him a RM1.2mil windfall.


SPDP gets coveted position

Barbara William, daughter of state Environment and Public Health Minister Datuk William Mawan Ikom, has been appointed a city south councillor.


SNAP: State Barisan has burned bridge

The Sarawak National Party, which is appealing in the High Court against its deregistration, can no longer resolve its differences with the state Barisan Nasional, said SNAP president Edwin Dundang.


Pact with Brunei to develop six health sectors

Health authorities of Malaysia and Brunei have identified six health and medical sectors to be given greater emphasis in terms of joint venture research and information sharing.


Trial of JPJ officers put off due to defects in charges

The trial of two Road Transport Department (JPJ) officers and a mechanic accused of forging vehicle registration certificates has been postponed following complaints that the charges contained defects.