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New daily Suara Sarawak hits the streets tomorrow

KUCHING, Feb 28 (Bernama) – Suara Sarawak, a new Malay language newspaper, hits the streets tomorrow, with an initial 10,000 copies to be made available throughout Sarawak.

Its chief operating officer, Rudi Affendi Khalik, said the 56-page tabloid paper, which aims to provide balanced reporting, has a 70-member editorial team comprising experienced local journalists and editors.....

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209 cases on Macau Scam reported in Sarawak last year


KUCHING,  Feb 28 (Bernama)-- A total of 209 cases on Macau Scam, involving loses amounting to more than RM10.3 million, were reported in Sarawak last year, said the State Commercial Criminal Investigation Department head Superintendent Mustafa Kamal Gani Abdullah.

 
 

Sarawak firefighters in the field fortified to face forest fires


KUCHING, Feb 27 (Bernama) -- The Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department has increased the total amount of firefighters in the field to monitor and douse forest and peatland fires which could be sparked by the current hot and dry weather, which is expected to last till May.

 
 

Police nab five who went on rampage at restaurant


SIBU, Feb 27 (Bernama) -- Police detained five men to facilitate investigations into an incident where a group of men went on a rampage and caused damages to a restaurant in Jalan Pahlawan here last night in which a worker was injured.

 
 

Sabah's burning, but it's not the heatwave


KOTA KINABALU, Feb 27 (Bernama) – While Sabah is not experiencing a heatwave at the moment -- the maximum temperature is 33°C -- the Department of Environment (JAS) Sabah has recorded a 500 per cent increase in hotspots as a consequence of the hot weather, low rainfall and high level of open burning.

 
 

Tribal chiefs, village heads to lose posts if found to abuse power


KENINGAU, Feb 27 (Bernama) -- The state government would not hesitate to revoke the appointments of ketua adat (tribal chiefs) and village heads found to have abused their power, said Sabah Infrastructure Development Minister, Datuk Peter Anthony.

 
 

Parents held over alleged abuse to death of baby girl


KUCHING, Feb 27 (Bernama) -- Police arrested a man and his wife at the Sarawak General Hospital yesterday on suspicion they had abused to death their 28-day-old baby girl.

 
 

Man nabbed for allegedly producing fake identity cards


TAWAU, Feb 27 (Bernama) -- The police have detained a man last night in connection with the production of matrix cards which allegedly would make the holders untouchable by law.

 
 

Sabah plans to diversify industries


KOTA KINABALU, Feb 27 (Bernama) -- The Sabah state government plans to diversify industries to open up job opportunities, while enabling the automotive sector to expand in the state to be a new source of revenue and towards further enhancing overall economic development.

 
 

Tanjung Manis confident Chinese investors will receive EIA approval soon


SIBU, Feb 27 (Bernama) — Tanjung Manis Economic Growth Area (T-MEGA), formerly known as Tanjung Manis halal hub, is confident that investors from China will soon receive the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) approval to proceed with their RM809 million worth of investments.

 
 

Tawau Municipal Council to find solution to dumping of used tyres


TAWAU, Feb 26 (Bernama) -- The Tawau Municipal Council (MPT) will look for ways to solve the issue of used tyres piling up around tyre shops in the area.

 
 
 

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Sarawak set to be first to use hydrogen fuel-powered buses in Malaysia

 
     

Cops seeking remand extension for suspects involved in Sungai Kim Kim pollution

 
     

Selangor Assemblywomen don headscarves in solidarity

 
     

All schools in Pasir Gudang to re-open on March 31

 
     
 
     
 

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