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Sarawak PWD: 625 projects completed since establishment of regional offices

SIBU, Nov 21 -- The establishment of regional offices eight years ago has enabled the Sarawak Public Works Department (PWD) to complete as many as 625 projects, said director Datuk Ir Zuraimi Sabki here tonight.

 


Sarawak Land Code (Amendment) 2018 protects Bumiputera customary land

KUCHING, Nov 21 -- The perimeter survey in accordance with the Sarawak Land Code (Amendment) 2018 is to ensure that Bumiputera customary land rights in the state are protected and preserved.

     
     
     



367 Melaka pupils obtained straight a in UPSR

MELAKA, Nov 21 -- A total of 367 Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) candidates in Melaka obtained straight As this year, said state Education, Science and Technology, Green Technology and Innovation exco, Datuk Noor Effendi Ahmad.

 


10 students nabbed for bullying classmate

PASIR PUTEH, Nov 21 -- Police today arrested 10 students of a religious school here for allegedly bullying a classmate who refused to do their schoolwork.

     
     
     



Penang dams open to public as green recreational sites

GEORGE TOWN, Nov 21 -- Perbadanan Bekalan Air Pulau Pinang (PBAPP) is promoting two dams as green public recreational destinations to raise awareness on water conservation and transparency in dam management.

 



Short-lived joy for four who stole RM600,000

KUANTAN, Nov 21 -- Four security guards were not able to enjoy the RM600,000 cash they had allegedly stolen as they were arrested less than 24 hours after committing the act.

 
     
     
     



Terengganu to boast of cultural village in January

KUALA TERENGGANU, Nov 21 -- The tourism industry in the state will be boosted with its latest product, Terengganu Cultural Village which will open to the public by January 2020.

 


Student with autism excels in PASR examination

KOTA BHARU, Nov 21 -- Twelve-year-old Haris Mustafa Abdul Karim did not let autism get in the way of his studies - he excelled in the recent Pentaksiran Alternatif Sekolah Rendah (PASR) examination for Year Six special needs students.

     
 
     
   
 

UPSR students get free food until December

 
     

Curfew in ESSZone extended to Dec 7

 
     

Throwing caution to the wind over cockles

 
     

12 packages of Pan Borneo Highway in Sabah to be completed by June 2022

 
     
 
     
 

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