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Miri
Thursday, 30-Mar-2017

Man threatens to run amok with kitchen knives

MIRI: A man who is believed to be mentally unsound caused a scare in the city's commercial centre Friday when he threatened to run...

Aid for landslide victims

MIRI: The Federal Government has given RM1.5mil as immediate funds to help residents of Rumah Empaling in northern Sarawak who lost their longhouse in...

Exciting times at autoshow

MIRI: Some 300 eye-catching cars and motorcycles were showcased at the Permy Mall Extreme Autoshow 2017 over the last weekend. The event provided opportunities for...

Good citizens and patriots are shaped at school

MIRI: The Government is going big in inculcating patriotism among Malaysians with the Prime Minister initiating a national-level campaign last week. The country’s leadership seems...

Too few native women in top administrations posts

MIRI: There is not enough political empowerment for indigenous women from the native communities in rural regions of Sarawak nor have they been given...

Sarawak win big in Hong Kong wushu competition

MIRI: Six representatives from Miri Wushu Association did their master proud by winning eight gold medals at the 15th Hong Kong International Wushu Championship. Headed...

One-stop centre to combat diabetes in Miri

MIRI: Fresh and more urgent approaches are needed to check the surge in diabetes cases in Miri as the number of those with kidney...

Mentoring the lower-income group

KUCHING: People System Consultancy (PSC) strives to bring more income-generating programmes to help low-income groups in Sarawak and Sabah. Executive director and co-founder Raymond Gabriel...

Painting pub green the Irish way

HUNDREDS of revellers gathered at the Roxbury Pub & Bistro in Seberang Jaya, Penang, to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. The celebration organised by Guinness was...

St Patrick‘s Day all weekend long

THE Square at Publika Mall was festooned with green, white and black balloons last weekend. It was the St Patrick’s Day celebrations and nothing...