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City tram comfort in Kuching

The Kuching city tram to take travellers around major tourist spots begins its service today.


'Enhance museum's role'

State Social Development and Urbanisation Minister Datuk Dr James Masing wants the Sarawak Museum to play a bigger role as a resource and research centre in this region.


Trailblazing the Sarawak treks

Australian couple, 31-year-old Tig Pocock and Minda Lowry, 30, took took one year off work to live in the Land of the Hornbill. They wanted to get to know Lowry#8217;s relatives, rediscover her Iban roots and revel in nature#8217;s gems.


A mountain hike to heal the soul

What can you do when the madcap city and itsinhabitants start to drain you? LEONG SIOK HUI escapes to Sarawak's highest peak to recharge her batteries.


Simply wonderful and wild

Rich in cultural and natural wonders, Sarawak is I>the/Iplace for the perfect escapade.


Gift from the gods

THERE are many hypotheses on the beginnings of the I>pua/I>. Read on for details.


Museum gets book on Brooke kingship

The Sarawak Museum received a copy of I>Power and Prowess: The Origins of Brooke Kingship in Sarawak/Ifrom its author Dr John Walker yesterday.


Don returns to complete report after 45 years

Researcher Prof Wiihelm Solheim, who carried out excavation work at Sireh Cave in Serian district in 1959, has come back to complete a report of his findings.


Niah Caves were inhabited

An on-going study on the Niah Caves in northern Sarawak has confirmed that modern humans had certainly been living there 43,000 years ago or probably earlier, said University of Cambridge Professor Graeme Parker.


Colourful tale of the Lun Bawang

The northern Sarawak district of Lawas is famous for many extraordinary stories, and one which stands out is that of its brave warriors.