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Curtin Sarawak cyclist sets his eyes on Australian University Games

MIRI: Jack Ho, a student of Curtin University of Technology in Sarawak (Curtin Sarawak), is all geared up for the upcoming 2009 Australian University Games in Gold Coast, Australia.

Sudden storm souses Sarawak fires

It was 'divine assistance'' in the form of a sudden and unexpected storm lasting only 30 minutes that finally doused the forest fires and peat fires that have destroyed more than 3,000 hectares of land near the Sarawak-Brunei border.

Nazri seeks free legal aid for Sarawak poor

MIRI: Minister in the Prime Minister's Depart-ment Datuk Seri Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz wants the poor and marginalised rural folks in Sarawak to be accorded justice - literally speaking.

The future of newspapers . . . or will there even be one?

Plagued by economic slum, drop in circulationand ad revenues shifting to the Internet, USnewspapers scramble to reinvent themselvesfor the digital age.

Miri courts system a hit with Nazri

MIRI: Court transcripts and rulings processed and ready for use - all under three minutes.

Firefighters still battling fires in Sarawak

Firefighters are still battling to put out fires covering a total of 3, 865ha in Sarawak which have led to hazy conditions in the state.

Miri courts system a hit with Nazri

MIRI: Court transcripts and rulings processed and ready for use - all under three minutes.

Permanent trade expo site for Miri being mulled

MIRI: The Infastructure Development and Communication Ministry is considering a permanent trade exposition centre here to facilitate active promotion of local products, said its Assistant Minister Lee Kim Shin here recently.

Obscure Borneo tribe to get citizenship

A minority ethnic group living in obscurity in the deep interior of Sarawak in the island of Borneo, called the 'Sabans,' will be given citizenship status despite being left out of the state government's official citizenship list.

Drought-stricken rural folk in Sarawak now suffer severe skin problems

MIRI: Bathing and washing in polluted rivers and streams in drought-stricken rural Sarawak has become a daily ritual for those deprived of fresh water, but it can cause severe skin problems - as some natives have found to their distress.