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Break seats into smaller units, says Chan

Sarawak wants its heavily-populated parliamentary and state constituencies to be redelineated into smaller units for development and progress to be channelled more effectively to the people.

Cheaper prawns and fish for CNY

Chinese families can look forward to feasting on bigger and cheaper prawns and white pomfret during their reunion dinner to usher in the Year of the Goat.

Yong: Miri a good option

Former Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Yong Teck Lee is to play a middleman's role to help the Sarawak Government promote Miri and the Curtin University of Technology Sarawak campus here to the people in Sabah.

Sarawak GH visitors to fill up declaration form

All visitors to the Sarawak General Hospital have to fill up a health declaration form and have their temperatures taken. State health director Dr Yao Sik Chi said each patient was allowed to have two visitors at a time.

14 orang asli arrested for setting up blockade

Fourteen orang asli were arrested for setting up a blockade to prevent workers from a logging company to gain access to a concession area near Air Panas in Bentong here yesterday.

Furniture trade advised to carry out R & D

The furniture manufacturing industry has been advised to carry out research and development efforts to further tap the industry's potential.

Halt to export of mangrove woodchips

The authorities have stopped the export of mangrove woodchips after it was found that importers who bought them cheaply were processing them into the high-priced rayon synthetic fibre, widely used in the fabric and tyre industries.

Marine dept still probing boat capsize

The Marine Department of Peninsula Malaysia is still investigating an incident where a boat carrying tourists capsized and sank near Pulau Perhentian on July 28.

Firearms licences for JPJ approved

The Home Ministry has approved firearms licences for Road Transport Department (JPJ) staff on enforcement duty, Deputy Transport Minister Tan Sri Ramli Ngah Talib said.

Easy way to hire Thai workers

Malaysians intending to employ workers from Thailand need no longer have to travel across the border to recruit them.