The false dawns of rural Sarawak

    One of the most popular ceremonies carried out by government agencies and performed by politicians in the state is earth breaking of projects especially in the rural areas. These symbolic commencements of projects were usually held when elections were near... more »

    Lesson from a false alarm

    WE were briefly shaken last Sunday when a woman from Brunei, suspected to be suffering from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV), escaped from Miri Hospital with help of her family members. The hospital’s suspicion that she could have contracted... more »

    When two worlds collide

    The deportation of the four tourists who were convicted of committing an obscene act by stripping naked at the summit of Mount Kinabalu on May 30 by the Sessions Court in Kota Kinabalu on Friday has brought to a close... more »

    Lessons from the Mount Kinabalu tragedy

    AS we mourn the deaths of 19 climbers and guides caught at the summit and slope of Mount Kinabalu when the earthquake struck early Friday morning, we should also contemplate the lessons learnt from this disaster. It was estimated that... more »
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