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Record spending for Sarawak's infrastructure development - Abang Johari

KUCHING, Oct 23 (Bernama) -- The Sarawak government is spending a record sum of allocations to build road-related and utility infrastructure in the state within the next two years, said Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.

He said a total of about RM11 billion will be spent to build roads and bridges, and provide water and electricity throughout Sarawak. 

"RM2.8 billion will be spent on water supplies, RM2.3 billion on electricity supplies and about RM6 billion on the coastal highway. We have never spent so much on infrastructure and this will be a record spending for Sarawak,” he said.....

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Dog licensing and control by-laws to come into force on Dec 1 in Sarawak


KUCHING, Oct 22 (Bernama) -- All new dog licensing and control by-laws will come into force on Dec 1 in a bid to control the spread of rabies in the state, said Sarawak Assistant Minister for Local Government Datuk Dr Penguang Manggil.

 
 

Sarawak Museum-UNSW joint research on Niah Caves' "Deep Skull"


KUCHING, Oct 22 (Bernama) -- The Sarawak Museum Department, in collaboration with an Australian university, is conducting a joint research on the “Deep Skull”, believed to have belonged to a middle aged woman who died and was buried in the west mouth of the Niah Caves complex around 35,000 years ago.

 
 

Brunei, Indonesian exhibitors to join Songket and Keringkam Exposition 2018


KUCHING, Nov 22 (Bernama) -- Participants and exhibitors from Brunei, Indonesia and host Sarawak will promote the songket and keringkam industry globally at a two-day exhibition cum exposition here from Oct 30 in conjunction with the Malay Heritage Festival 2018.

 
 

Sewage system still 'stinks' despite collection of tax


TAWAU, Oct 21 (Bernama) -- Residents of over 200 houses in Taman King Fook have faced sewage problems for almost three years, and this time the ‘clog’ has gotten even worse.

 
 

Sipitang potential becomes another Sabah’s industrial region


SIPITANG, Oct 21 (Bernama) -- Sipitang will soon have its own development blueprint to drive its socio-economic development in tandem with the state’s long-term industrial plan.

 
 

DAP willing to provide legal services to community leaders to seek judicial review - Chong


KUCHING, Oct 21 (Bernama) – Sarawak DAP is willing to provide legal services to assist any community leader who wants to seek judicial review with regard to the directive from the state government stopping community leaders from attending federal government functions and events, said Sarawak DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen.

 
 

Over 50 per cent dilapidated schools in Sabah


SIPITANG, Oct 21 (Bernama) -- At least 54.5 per cent of the schools in Sabah are classified as dilapidated that require immediate maintenance and repair works.

 
 

Sabah school leavers, undergraduates must be employable: Dr Yussof Yacob


SIPITANG, Oct 21 (Bernama) -- School leavers and higher learning institution undergraduates must ensure they are employable upon graduation.

 
 

Offer attractive rates to investors, SESB urged


PENAMPANG, Oct 21 (Bernama) – International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Darell Leiking has urged utility company Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd (SESB) to offer attractive rates to large companies interested in investing in the state.

 
 

Not true approved projects in Sarawak terminated, says Sarawak DAP Chairman


KUCHING, Oct 21 (Bernama) – Sarawak DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen today rubbished claims by the  opposition that projects which were approved by the previous government had been cancelled for implementation by the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government.

 
 
 

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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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