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New toilet and roof for Tamu Kedayan

MIRI: Miri's oldest i>tamu/i(local market) popularly known as Tamu Kedayan will have a public toilet and new roof soon to bring relief to its 140 hawkers.

Sarawak to have more lanes for overtaking

SIBU: The Sarawak government plans to add more lanes for overtaking along the 900km state trunk road from Kuching to Miri.

Move to use low-energy street lights in Miri

MIRI: The Miri City Council will save RM42mil in taxpayers money when its street lights are changed to low-energy devices.

Taking up the cross for his people

LONG ATON (ULU Tinjar, northern Sarawak): Most young men at the age of 29 are busy pursuing their dreams of a high-flying career or tackling the rat race.

Japanese composer wants to ‘adopt’ world champion Miri school band

MIRI: Renowned music composer and international brass band conductor Mitsuo Nonami wants to 'adopt' the Miri Chung Hua Middle School brass band.

Raziah makes history in Chinese school

MIRI: Prominent Sarawakian entrepreneur Datuk Raziah Mahmud i>(pic)/ihas created history in being the first non-Chinese chairman of a Chinese vernacular school management committee.

Teen’s midnight date turns into gang-rape

MIRI: A 19-year-old school leaver planned a romantic midnight date with her new boyfriend at the historic monument where Malaysia's first oil well is located but it turned into a nightmare - she was gang-raped by the boyfriend and two others.

Caught in middle-income trap

A graduate teacher starts at RM2,500 per month in Malaysia, compared to RM6,196 in Singapore and RM15,661 in Hong Kong. Malaysian wages have fallen behind partly due to the gross divergence between the suppressed Malaysian CPI and that of the world.

Computer addiction on the rise in Sarawak

MIRI: The number of students getting addicted to computers is increasing rapidly in the state,' said Sarawak Assistant Minister for Social Development and Urbanisation Datuk Lee Kim Shin.

Raziah makes history in Chinese school

MIRI: Prominent Sarawakian entrepreneur Datuk Raziah Mahmud i>(pic)/ihas created history in being the first non-Chinese chairman of a Chinese vernacular school management committee.

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