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KUCHING: Nursing homes in Sarawak have been told to step up their compliance with Covid-19 standard operating procedure following outbreaks in two homes in Sibu.
KUCHING: The Sexual Harassment Bill - which is expected to be ready next month, is long overdue to address and prevent sexual harassment offences - says a Sarawak minister.
SIBU: A lawmaker has criticised the requirement of a passport for stateless children to enrol in school.
KUCHING: A Sarawak minister is encouraging NGOs and private hospitals to provide baby hatch facilities as part of measures to address teen pregnancy and baby dumping.
KUCHING: Non-governmental organisations and private hospitals in Sarawak should provide baby hatch facilities to help address teen pregnancy and baby dumping, urges a state minister.
OVER the years, recurrent reports of abuses, including violence against detainees and deaths in custody, have marred the reputation of our police force. The alleged rape of a 16-year-old girl in a police station lockup recently has the sullied image further.
KUCHING: The Sarawak government will continue to implement various initiatives for newborns, senior citizens and postnatal care for mothers this year, says Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah.
KUCHING: Sarawak has identified 15 of the state's 40 districts as high-risk areas for drug and substance abuse, says a state minister.
KUCHING: Private childcare centres and kindergartens in Sarawak, except those in Kuching district, will be allowed to continue operating with immediate effect, says Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah.