Saturday, April 10, 2021

Bring our stranded brothers home

By Lian Cheng and Nancy Nais KUCHING, June 3: There are 13 Sarawakians, including 12 Ibans, among the 30 Malaysians stranded in Lagos, Nigeria. Malcolm Goh,...

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...

Estimated 40 million across India, Bangladesh, Nepal affected in South Asia floods

KUCHING: The worst floods to hit South Asia in 40 years continue to wreak havoc in the region almost a month since they began. According...

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...

PBB: Baru could have objected to his land to be surveyed under Section...

KUCHING, Aug 28:  Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) points out that Bakelalan Assemblyman Baru Bian could have objected to his land being surveyed under...

Ebola hits Congo, second case confirmed

CONGO - The deadly Ebola has hit the African region once again with the Democratic Republic of Congo reporting more suspected cases today. As of...

Five Asia-Pacific cities in GPCI top 10, KL in 31st place

TOKYO: Five major cities in the Asia-Pacific region — Tokyo, Singapore, Seoul, Hong Kong and Sydney —were ranked in the top 10 of the...

Netizens get glimpse of “Malignant” couple James Wan and Ingrid Bisu’s wedding photos

KUCHING, Mar 4: Sarawak-born director James Wan may have married Romanian-German actress Ingrid Bisu last year, but their wedding photo only recently started to...

SPA to Environment Minister: Come visit hazy Sarawak

KUCHING, Sept 7: The Sarawak Patriots’ Association (SPA) today has urged the federal Minister of Environment to write a letter of protest to the...

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,...
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