Monthly Archives: February 2016

Sarawak to announce abolishment of quit rent next month


The state government will announce the abolishment of several quit rent charges in Sarawak by the middle of next month. Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem said abolishing quit rents was one of the many efforts being considered by the

Sarawak to announce abolishment of quit rent next month


The state government will announce the abolishment of several quit rent charges in Sarawak by the middle of next month. Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem said abolishing quit rents was one of the many efforts being considered by the

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PM Launches Sabah And Sarawak Biomass Industry Development Plan


Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today launched the Sabah and Sarawak Biomass Industry Development Plan, which he described as a major milestone in Malaysia’s bid to become South East Asia’s premier biomass processing hub. “In order to be

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PM Launches Sabah And Sarawak Biomass Industry Development Plan


Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today launched the Sabah and Sarawak Biomass Industry Development Plan, which he described as a major milestone in Malaysia’s bid to become South East Asia’s premier biomass processing hub. “In order to be

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Sarawak’s air quality hazardous as forest fires rage


Forest fires spread over 500 acres in the north of Sarawak have raised air pollution to hazardous levels today in areas close to the inferno, government data showed. The fires have spurred an emergency response from the state fire and

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Sarawak’s air quality hazardous as forest fires rage


Forest fires spread over 500 acres in the north of Sarawak have raised air pollution to hazardous levels today in areas close to the inferno, government data showed. The fires have spurred an emergency response from the state fire and

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Flood worsens in Sarawak, search for missing youth goes on


Sarawak, hit by a second wave of floods, could have its first fatality when a youth was reported missing late last night while crossing a river. He is for now presumed drowned. The 20-year-old Bidayuh from Kampung Pancor, was said

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Flood worsens in Sarawak, search for missing youth goes on


Sarawak, hit by a second wave of floods, could have its first fatality when a youth was reported missing late last night while crossing a river. He is for now presumed drowned. The 20-year-old Bidayuh from Kampung Pancor, was said

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Flood situation in Sarawak worsens, improves in Johor and Malacca


The flood situation has worsened in Sarawak but improved in Johor and Malacca. In Sarawak, the total number of flood evacuees in Kuching and Bau has risen to 1,065 from 253 families this morning as against 765 from 175 families last night.

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Flood situation in Sarawak worsens, improves in Johor and Malacca


The flood situation has worsened in Sarawak but improved in Johor and Malacca. In Sarawak, the total number of flood evacuees in Kuching and Bau has risen to 1,065 from 253 families this morning as against 765 from 175 families last night.

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Lucrative opportunities at HDC’s Halal Cosmetics and Personal Care Conference


Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC), the focal point for the Halal industry under the auspices of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, will be staging a conference comprising workshops, forums and exhibition on Halal Cosmetics and Personal Care: In

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Lucrative opportunities at HDC’s Halal Cosmetics and Personal Care Conference


Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC), the focal point for the Halal industry under the auspices of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, will be staging a conference comprising workshops, forums and exhibition on Halal Cosmetics and Personal Care: In

Sarawak gearing up for polls


THE difference between Sarawak and Peninsular Malaysia, even when compared to Sabah, is quite apparent. The racial and religious harmony present in the Land of Hornbills since time immemorial is sacrosanct to Sarawakians. Moreover, the political environment as well as

Sarawak gearing up for polls


THE difference between Sarawak and Peninsular Malaysia, even when compared to Sabah, is quite apparent. The racial and religious harmony present in the Land of Hornbills since time immemorial is sacrosanct to Sarawakians. Moreover, the political environment as well as