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VCD and CD pirates using Sarawak as smuggling base

Smuggling of pirated VCDs, CDs, videos and cassettes from Sarawak to neighbours Brunei and Indonesia is believed to be quite serious.

More foreign music lovers to attend festival

The annual Rainforest World Music Festival at the Sarawak Cultural Village near here is expected to attract more foreign music lovers this year.

Taking a leaf from Amsterdam on trade

The Government wants to turn Kuala Lumpur into a centre of international trade in flowers, plants and seedlings, just like Amsterdam.

Riders scoot into Sarawak

Four men on water scooters, who are riding a 2,409km journey across the South China Sea, have conquered the odds and arrived at the scenic Damai Beach in the Santubong peninsula from Pulau Murni after completing the eighth leg.

Miri's chief imam killed after prayers

The chief imam of Masjid At-Taqwa in Miri was stabbed to death as he was walking out of the mosque after prayers on Thursday.

Foreign newsmen to help tell the truth

Foreign journalists invited to the recent National Gawai celebrations can help to dispel the misconception that headhunting is still being practised in Sarawak, said State Assistant Tourism Minister Peter Nyarok.

Kelabit Highlands draws research team

The Kelabit Highlands, some 1,200m above sea level near the Sarawak Kalimantan border, has attracted a 12-member multi-discipline research team from the Sarawak branch campus of the Curtin University of Technology.

Twin cellists get top scholarships to study in Britain

Identical Ng twins Pei-Sian and Pei-Jee whose father Ng Yeong Kong is from Penang, have the music world at their feet after being awarded major Australian scholarships to further their studies in Britain.

Burning on native land causing air quality concerns

Shifting cultivators have started open burning on native customary land in Sarawak for the new harvest season, triggering concerns over air quality.

Timber dispute ends with officers' help

Timely intervention and negotiation by police, state Forestry Department officials and the Marudi district officer prevented a logging dispute between a group of Penans and a timber firm from escalating into an ugly confrontation.

Life Inspired has a chic new look

2020 is all about change, and Life Inspired did just that with a fresh makeover!

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