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Sarawak Timber Industry on Occupational Safety

In Bintulu, where…you add your stuff here man, I’m not from around here.

Today is the last day of the lecture for the Occupational Safety and Health Campaign in Sarawak Timber Industry jointly organized by Sarawak Timber Industry Development Corporation (STIDC), Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH), and Sarawak Timber Association (STA). 286 more words


Pandelela Rinong Olympic Silver medallist

I AM not ashamed to admit that I have been crying tears of joy.

Our amazing Sarawakian diving queen has again outshone all expectations and won herself a silver medal at the Rio Olympics. 139 more words


Finally I will be able to officially say Happy Sarawak Day

COME July 22 I will finally be able to officially wish my fellow Sarawakians Happy Sarawak Day. And it will be a public holiday to boot. 449 more words


Sarawak abolishes quit rent - another reason I am thankful to be a Sarawakian

WELL the State Government under Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem abolished quit rent in the State for smallholder agricultural land and residential land as of yesterday (March 15). 482 more words


More affordable housing for Sarawak please

MORE affordable houses that are comfortable to live in. That’s what Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem has called for in Sarawak.

Indeed. Each and every Sarawakian deserves a comfortable place to call home – not just those with a big pay cheque at the end of the month. 425 more words


Adenan wants focus on narrowing digital divide

CHIEF Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem has called for a narrowing of the digital divide in our Great State.

While those of us in urban areas usually complain about the quality of Internet services, many¬†Sarawakians in rural areas still don’t have access at all. 616 more words


Sarawakian Azman Ujang Appointed Bernama Chairman

Datuk Seri Azman Ujang has been appointed chairman of Bernama, the national news agency of which he was once the general manager and editor-in-chief.

The Sarawak-born journalist, whose appointment took effect on Feb 1, succeeds Datuk Abdul Rahman Sulaiman who had served as the 10th chairman of Bernama for six years. 521 more words