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Five new theatres in five states

JOHOR BARU: TGV Cinemas concluded 2014 with a huge expansion plan with the opening of five new cinemas in five states.

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SEB gives advice against power hazards

KUCHING: Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) has advised the public to take the necessary safety measures against electrical hazards in case of floods during the current wet season.

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Bases stocked with food and evacuation centres ready to receive displaced residents

KUCHING: The Sarawak Disaster Relief Committee is fully ready to tackle floods, following an advisory from the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MET) two days ago.

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PAS: Move favours BN

MIRI: The redelineation exercise of electoral boundaries of state constituencies in Sarawak is going to favour the Barisan Nasional Sarawak during the coming state election, according to PAS state and national leaders.

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Call to upgrade flood ‘readers’

MIRI: There is a need to upgrade the existing mechanisms in Sarawak that are being used to predict the surge of the king tide along the coastal shores and also the surge of water levels along interior rivers, according to Kidurong state assemblyman Chiew Ching Sing.

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SUPP told to prepare for polls now

MIRI: The Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP), which lost two-thirds of its state seats during the last state election, has been told to start preparations to face the coming election, due by middle of next year.

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Pustaka Miri set for active year

MIRI: Pustaka Miri has lined up a variety of educational activities this year, including outreach initiatives in Lawas, Marudi, Bintulu, Baram and Bario.

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Jamal is new archdeacon of Kuching Diocese

SIBU: Vicar of St John’s Church Sibu Reverend Canon Jamal Senada has been appointed the new archdeacon of The Northern Archdeaconry in The Diocese of Kuching and Negara Brunei Darulsalam.

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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.

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Rahman – the needy’s best friend

MIRI: The “down-to-earth, people-first” leadership style of the late Tun Abdul Rahman Yakub has won the hearts of not only the Barisan Nasional leaders and the rakyat, but also the leaders of the opposition parties.