Thursday, February 21, 2019

Fuel prices down as weekly-price float kicks in on Jan 5

KUCHING, Jan 4: Good news for motorists! They will be paying less for petrol at the pumps from midnight tonight. The price of RON95 petrol...

Seafield temple riot: Fireman fighting for his life

KUCHING, Nov 27: A firefighter from Subang Jaya Fire and Rescue station is now fighting for his life after being assaulted by rioters at...

213 JPJ trainee officers successfully undergo basic training

KUCHING, Nov 10: A total of 213 Road Transport Department (JPJ) trainee officers from Grade KP19 and AB19 have completed 11 weeks of basic training at...

Do not abolish the death penalty, urge families of high profile murder cases

KUCHING, Nov 9: Family members of high profile murder cases involving Datuk Kevin Anthony Morais, cosmetic millionaire Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and HSBC banker Wong...

No new assets for RMAF due to budget contraints

By Wilfred Pilo KUCHING, Oct 27: There are no plans to increase the assets of the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) for the time being due...
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K9 and firemen are paw-perfect partners during emergencies

By Nancy Nais JET, a Labrador trained to search urban disaster sites for live bodies, is always ready to spring into action at a moment's...

Anwar storms to victory in the Port Dickson by-election

KUCHING, Oct 12: Former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has won the Port Dickson by-election with a whopping 23,560 vote-majority. The Pakatan Harapan de...
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Independent investigation committee to be set up following death of six Bomba personnel

By Nigel Edgar KUCHING, Oct 13: An independent investigation committee will be set up following the death of six Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) personnel...

413,000 Malaysians age 50 and above have eye problems — Dr Teo

By Jaythaleela K MIRI, Oct 13: A total 413,000 Malaysians age 50 and above suffer from visual impairments, with 113,000 of them classified as blind. Citing the...
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Chong: E-commerce fraud increasing, wise for online businesses to use Malaysian Trustmark

By Karen Bong KUCHING, Oct 13: E-commerce fraud is on the rise in tandem with e-commerce growth in Malaysia, cautioned said Deputy Minister of Domestic...
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