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Sibu cops not resting despite 10% drop in crime

SIBU: Although the Sibu police have been successful in reducing crime by more than 10%, or 1,109 cases, last year, they are not in a celebratory mood.

Nation

Labuan sees drop in crime rate

LABUAN: The crime rate here dropped by almost 6% last year with 302 cases compared with 321 in 2008.

Community

Hard work pays off for Malawi orphans

KUCHING: They are children deprived of much-needed parental love at a tender age.

Nation

Saturday picked to maximise ‘No Plastic Bag’ drive

PETALING JAYA: Selangor picked Saturday as its 'No Plastic Bag Day' to maximise the campaign's impact, said Tourism, Consumer Affairs and Environment executive councillor Elizabeth Wong.

Lifestyle

New use for food scraps

Almost half of our discards can be recycled to make our gardens flourish.

Business

Commodities: Prices to stay stable

Our key commodities will take the cue fromcrude oil and gold.

Community

Dr Chan: Sponsor kidney dialysis centres

KUCHING: With an average of between 150 and 156 new kidney patients reported in Sarawak every year, there is a dire need for corporations to come forward and sponsor the operations of privately-run kidney dialysis centres, Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan said.

Business

Ta Ann eyes more land to expand oil palm plantations

PETALING JAYA: Timber and plantation group Ta Ann Holdings Bhd will further expand its oil palm plantations, especially in Sarawak, via landbank acquisitions, said group managing director Datuk Wong Kuo Hea.

Nation

Federal govt to provide grant to Sarawak reps

The Federal Government will provide matching grant to Sarawak's Barisan Nasional MPs and assemblymen on whatever financial aid they receive from the state government next year.

Community

Be more serious in upholding culture

SIBU: The public can approach the National Arts, Culture and Heritage Academy (Aswara) on matters of preserving their culture or traditions and to complain about a specific incorrect performance of a traditional dance, Deputy Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Joseph Salang Gandum said.