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Nazri urged to continue promoting Sabah tourism

  1. I refer to the statement of Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz which was reported in the local newspaper yesterday explaining and defending his remark in the Parliament that certain places in Sabah were unsafe to visit.
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PAS calls on Muslims to pray for missing MH370

PAS Sabah suggests all muslims throughout Sabah to perform ‘solat hajat’ after the Friday prayer tomorrow in order to assist the search and rescue operation of flight MH370. 493 more words


Boost for UNIMAS: It's ranked #170 among universities in Asia!

Saw some good news regarding education in Sarawak, today.

Check out this link to see UNIMAS’ place among the universities in Asia. Last year, in this same list, the university cracked the Top 200 and this year it has once again moved up the rankings. 340 more words


SMEs will also benefit from SCORE: Sibu Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry


SCORE not only for big businesses (The Borneo Post)

January 14, 2012

SIBU: Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE) does not only benefit big business tycoons, but everyone who invests there. 154 more words


State and Federal agencies taking care of environmental issues in SCORE: RECODA


No need for new environment monitoring body, says Baya (The Borneo Post)

January 14, 2012

MUKAH: There is no need for now for another body or agency to be set up to monitor the environment in the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE) areas. 212 more words


Looking to India for skilled manpower needs


S’wak taps skilled Indian manpower (The Borneo Post)

November 6, 2011, Sunday

KUCHING: Sarawak might get skilled workers from India to expedite implementation of the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE). 597 more words