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News from Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei and Kalimantan.

Cops Nab Two Suspected Masterminds In Cambodia Job Scam

KUCHING: Police have detained two individuals believed to be the masterminds of the employment scam which led to 47 Malaysians being held at the...

Dayak Oil Palm Farmers Urge French To Reconsider Position On Palm Biofuel

MIRI: The Dayak Oil Palm Planters Association (DOPPA) which represents indigenous farmers of oil palm in Sarawak, Malaysia, is urging the French government to...

Sarawak PH Wants Effective Policy Direction On ‘Stateless Children’ Issue

By BORNEOTODAY KUCHING: Pakatan Harapan Sarawak is working closely with the Home Affairs Ministry to address the issue of stateless children in Sarawak in order...

Sabahans, Sarawakians Won’t Be Paying Toll On Pan Borneo Highway

SEMATAN: The federal government has agreed that there would be no toll collection for the Pan Borneo Highway, either in Sarawak or Sabah, Work...

Abused 9-Month Baby Still In Critical Condition; Babysitter Detained

SIBU: The injured nine-month-old baby boy, believed to have been abused by his babysitter at Taman Permai here on Monday, is still in critical...

MASwings To Operate 39 Rural Routes In Sabah And Sarawak

KOTA KINABALU : Regional community airline MASwings is set to operate 39 rural air services (RAS) routes in Sabah and Sarawak in the 2019-2024...

Even Sarawak’s Rural Areas Assured Of Sufficient Fuel Supply

KUCHING: The supply of petrol and diesel throughout Sarawak, especially in the rural areas, is sufficient to meet consumer demand in the state. The Ministry...

S’wak Consultative Committee on MA63 to hold meeting on Thursday

SIBU: The Consultative Committee on Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) will hold a meeting on Thursday to discuss measures to regain Sarawak’s rights under the...

185,000 Households Including In Sabah, Swak To Get RM40 Power Rebate

PUTRAJAYA: The government has allocated RM80 million for monthly electricity bill rebate of RM40 each for 185,000 poor and hardcore poor households registered and...

Sarawak Promises RM30m For Other Religions In The State In 2019

KUCHING: The Sarawak government’s commitment to foster religious unity and understanding is not merely in words but also in deeds, said Chief Minister Datuk...

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