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Possible third flood wave

JOHOR BARU: Preparations to face a potential third flood wave in the state is being bolstered with the participation of more agencies in the disaster management machinery.

EC director says queries on delineation of state constituencies allowed for one month

KUCHING: The state Election Commission (EC) has not received any objections so far to its proposal to increase the number of state constituencies by 11 to 82.

The year to open up

Nation only has handful more years to achieve Vision 2020.

Qatar judiciary team’s courtesy call

KUCHING: A delegation from the Qatar Supreme Judiciary Council paid a courtesy call on Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem as part of their visit to the Kuching High Court and Sarawak Information Systems (Sains).

Use powerful law with caution

SARAWAK and Sabah have their own autonomy control when it comes to immigration laws.

State govt wants to discuss proposed redelineation of electoral boundaries

THE Penang government is still seeking a meeting with the Election Commission (EC) on the proposed redelineation of electoral boundaries in the state despite a rejection of an earlier request.

Two more 1Malaysia clinics open in Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: Two more 1Malaysia clinics were opened here and have been operating since last December.

Taking on town planning

Entrepreneurship isn’t necessarily just limited to having a business idea, some capital and then starting out on one’s own.

Deputy CM says severe flooding not likely but all must stay alert

KUCHING: Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Alfred Jabu Numpang says Sarawak is “not likely” to face severe flooding this monsoon season to last until March.

MIFA appoints new coach as Sanba’s contract not extended

Malaysia Indian Sports Council- Malaysian Indian Football Association (MISC-MIFA) have appointed J. Dhinagaran as the team manager and hired Jacob Joseph as the coach for the FAM Cup competition starting on March 1.