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SUPP to focus Pujut by-election campaign on women

MIRI: Women will feature prominently in the coming by-election in the Pujut state constituency in northern Sarawak.

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Court throws out Pujut seat election petition

MIRI: Pujut State Assemblyman Dr Ting Tiong Choon hopes there will be no attempts to disrupt his work as the elected representative of the constituency since the High Court has thrown out the election petition against him.

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Election petition filed against Pujut assemblyman

MIRI: An election petition was filed in the Miri High Court by BN direct candidate in the Pujut state constituency, Datuk Hii King Chong against Pujut assemblyman Dr Ting Tiong Choon of DAP.

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STAR keen to contest in Pujut by-election

MIRI: State Reform Party Sarawak (STAR) is keen to contest for the Pujut by-election.

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Five political parties and an NGO to contest Pujut by-election

MIRI: It is getting “hotter” by the day – in the political sense that is – in Miri city.

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Ting: SUPP respects High Court’s decision to reinstate assemblyman

MIRI: Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) respects Kuching High Court decision to reinstate Dr Ting Tiong Choon of DAP as Pujut assemblyman.

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No excuses please

North view By Stephen Then
DAP leaders went around Miri city last week celebrating their victory after the High Court reinstated Dr Ting Tiong Choon as Pujut assemblyman.

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Everyone must have a chance to defend themselves

Union yes By Andrew Lo,br>DR TING Tiong Choon remains Pujut assemblyman in Sarawak, after the Kuching High Court ruled against the state legislative assembly last Saturday on his disqualification.

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Primary school plans sound-proof multimedia room

MIRI: SJK(C) Chung Hua Pujut plans to build a soundproof multimedia room.

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No election rhetorics please

North view - By Stephen Then IT LOOKS like this pre-campaigning period for the Pujut by-election in Miri is already becoming a battle of rhetorics.