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Stray animals get helping hand

SIBU: A new body called Sibu Animal Rescue Services has been set up by a group of animal lovers to help stray animals.

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More expensive reunions

SIBU: Those celebrating Chinese New Year will feel the pinch as prices of imported goods from China will rise, no thanks to the depreciation of the ringgit.

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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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Form for voters to object EC exercise

SIBU: PKR Kanowit and Lanang Divisions have come out with an avenue for voters to object the proposal by the Election Commission to increase the number of state constituencies by 11 to 82.

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Sibu central market hawkers urged to cut prices

SIBU: Food and drink hawkers at the central market have been urged to lower down the prices of their items.

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Hotels warned against illegal activities

SIBU: Sarawak Central Region Hotel Association chairman Johnny Wong regretted that one of its members was alleged to have let out its premises for the operation of Internet gambling activity.

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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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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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Commanding officer sees military role in Sabah or Sarawak by mid-year

KOTA SAMARAHAN: The 10th Battalion of the Royal Rangers Regiment expects to be operational by the middle of the year following its reformation in 2009.

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Bangladeshi workers expected this month

KUCHING: A first batch of Bangladeshi workers for the plantation industry is expected to be brought into Sarawak this month, according to Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri Richard Riot.