Thursday, October 17, 2019

Missing Dutch tourist found drowned

KUCHING, July 13: Missing Dutch tourist Peter Hoverkamp is found drowned in Mulu National Park. Malaysian tour guide Roviezal Robin who was reported missing with...

Dr Michio Kaku: Embrace the fourth wave

KUCHING, July 8: As Industrial Revolution 4.0 marches on globally, many blue collar workers and even some white collars are wondering and worrying if...

At least 60 foreigners coming for golf tourney

By Geryl Ogilvy KUCHING, May 22: About 60 foreign golfers from 16 countries have confirmed coming for the 117th Malaysian Amateur Open Golf Championship 2019. Minister of...
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Para Swimming Championships – Sarawak succumbing to national policy and international pressure

KUCHING, Jan 27:  Sarawak has no choice but abide by Malaysian foreign policy and faces great losses incurred after being stripped from hosting 2019 World...

McDonald’s pledges to use 100 per cent renewable, recycled or certified sourced packaging by...

OAK BROOK, Ill., Jan 17: McDonald’s yesterday announced goals to improve its packaging and help significantly reduce waste to positively impact the communities the...

Proposal for M’sian embassy in Beijing to handle diplomatic matters with North Korea

KOTA SAMARAHAN: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will seek the Federal Cabinet’s approval to allow the Malaysian embassy in Beijing to handle diplomatic matters...

CM invited to speak at Commonwealth HQ

LONDON: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg gave a special address at the Commonwealth Diplomats Induction Programme held at Malborough House here...

CM in Germany to check on light rail transition system

FRANKFURT, GERMANY: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg has continued his study tour in Europe visiting Germany. When in Germany yesterday,...

S’wak interested in Estonian multimedia, communication infrastructure devt

TALLINN, Estonia: Sarawak may look to model Estonia in terms of statewide multimedia and communication infrastructure development as part of its overall plan to...

‘ASEAN should take over Rohingya issue’

KUCHING: The Rohingya refugee problem is too big a problem for Myanmar to handle alone and since ASEAN countries are affected, the latter should...
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