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Institute entry rules relaxed

KUCHING: Entry requirements for Sarawakian and Sabahan school leavers into technical education institutes have been lowered.

Lower entry requirement to address worker shortage

KUCHING: Lowering the technical education entry requirement for Sarawakians and Sabahans is the right thing to do as the shortage of skilled workers is a long-standing problem.

Second Link entry point to be upgraded to reduce congestion

GELANG PATAH: The outdated structures at the Sultan Abu Bakar Complex at the Second Link in Tanjung Kupang here are the main cause of congestion at the country’s second land entry point in Johor.

City council against entry charges in Miri

MIRI: Foreign vehicles entering Sarawak from Brunei should not be compelled to pay entry charges as this will scare visitors away from Miri and cripple the city’s economy.

Entry passes to teddy bear museum

HUNDREDS of entry passes worth more than RM20,000 for TeddyVille Museum, Camera Museum and Owl Museum were given away at Penang Starwalk 2016, thanks to Footprint Tourism Group.

Entry permit for foreign vehicles on hold due to technical issues at CIQ

SEGAMAT: The Bangunan Sultan Iskandar Customs, Immigration Quarantine (CIQ) Complex infrastructure at the Causeway has forced the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) implementation to be further pushed back due to technical issues.

Resort brand to make entry into Perak’s Damai Laut

HILTON has announced the upcoming entry of its DoubleTree by Hilton brand in Damai Laut, Perak, through a conversion of the existing Swiss-Garden Beach Resort Damai Laut.

For free and fair polls

KUCHING: Sarawak authorities must remove the entry restrictions on campaigners and party workers from peninsular Malaysia in the run-up to the May 7 polls in the interest of a free and fair election, says a local civil society organisation.

Zuraida to visit Sarawak after entry ban lift

KUCHING: Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin, who was previously banned from entering Sarawak, will make an official trip to the state tomorrow.

No entry fees for botanic gardens

THERE will be no fees charged for entering Penang Botanic Gardens after the management of the 133-year-old green lung is corporatised, assured state executive councillor Jagdeep Singh Deo.