Monthly Archives: May 2015

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Sarawak Immigration refers 28 Suluk, Bajau to Sabah counterpart


A group of Suluk or Bajau illegal immigrants comprising three men, six women and 18 children were referred to the Sabah Immigration Department for further action. Sarawak Immigration Department Enforcement Division in a statement here yesterday said all the illegals,

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Sarawak Immigration refers 28 Suluk, Bajau to Sabah counterpart


A group of Suluk or Bajau illegal immigrants comprising three men, six women and 18 children were referred to the Sabah Immigration Department for further action. Sarawak Immigration Department Enforcement Division in a statement here yesterday said all the illegals,

Clare Rewcastle Brown is wrong again about the “Phantom”


All along we have been saying that Clare Brown is a liar. She is pretender. The fact that she writes in the name of Sarawak is a camouflage of her true self; she is ignorant about Sarawak and having to

Clare Rewcastle Brown is wrong again about the “Phantom”


All along we have been saying that Clare Brown is a liar. She is pretender. The fact that she writes in the name of Sarawak is a camouflage of her true self; she is ignorant about Sarawak and having to

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Sarawak halts sale of KR1M-brand soy sauce


The Sarawak government has ordered all Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia (KR1M) outlets in the state to stop the sale of its KR1M-brand salty soy sauce (kicap masin) over food safety concerns. The Borneo Post quoted state assistant minister of Public Health

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Sarawak halts sale of KR1M-brand soy sauce


The Sarawak government has ordered all Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia (KR1M) outlets in the state to stop the sale of its KR1M-brand salty soy sauce (kicap masin) over food safety concerns. The Borneo Post quoted state assistant minister of Public Health

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Putting Sarawak on the map of the film-making world


For the second time, Kuching residents were recently showered with some of the star-dust normally associated with tinseltowns such as Hollywood, complete with glam­orously decked-out movie stars walking down a red carpet to a gala dinner and awards presentation ceremony.

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Putting Sarawak on the map of the film-making world


For the second time, Kuching residents were recently showered with some of the star-dust normally associated with tinseltowns such as Hollywood, complete with glam­orously decked-out movie stars walking down a red carpet to a gala dinner and awards presentation ceremony.

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Girl withdrawn after rape acquittal


The teenage girl, whom Bunya Jalong was acquitted of raping, has grown withdrawn following the ruling by the Court of Appeal. The girl, now believed to be 18 or 19 years old, has not spoken publicly about the court decision.

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Girl withdrawn after rape acquittal


The teenage girl, whom Bunya Jalong was acquitted of raping, has grown withdrawn following the ruling by the Court of Appeal. The girl, now believed to be 18 or 19 years old, has not spoken publicly about the court decision.

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Adenan to meet cabinet before decision on GST


Sarawak Chief Minister Adenan Satem will meet members of his cabinet before deciding on whether the state will absorb the Goods and Services Tax (GST) imposed on public services provided by local authorities. “I will discuss that later with other

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Adenan to meet cabinet before decision on GST


Sarawak Chief Minister Adenan Satem will meet members of his cabinet before deciding on whether the state will absorb the Goods and Services Tax (GST) imposed on public services provided by local authorities. “I will discuss that later with other

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Three appeals for RM500 million divorce claims defended vigorously


The  highest court in the Shariah judicial system today heard the heavily contentious multi-million Ringgit divorce demands by Shahnaz Abdul Majid against her former husband Sarawak business entrepreneur Datuk Seri Mahmud Abu Bekir Taib.  Three appeals were filed for adjudication

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Three appeals for RM500 million divorce claims defended vigorously


The  highest court in the Shariah judicial system today heard the heavily contentious multi-million Ringgit divorce demands by Shahnaz Abdul Majid against her former husband Sarawak business entrepreneur Datuk Seri Mahmud Abu Bekir Taib.  Three appeals were filed for adjudication