Putting the record straight

THANKS to the Winter Olympics in South Korea next month, the war between North Korea and the United States is not likely to start during the games. After the Olympics, nobody knows. Did you know that last week two ‘wars’... more »

Be as cooperative as the bees

JUDGING by a number of recent statements made by government officials and people involved in the production of honey from stingless bees, there appears to be a revival of interest in the co-operative movement in the state. I consider that... more »

First day in school

MY wife showed me a photo circulated on Facebook of my grandchildren – a brother and sister in the full uniform of their school but without their shoes on. Of course, they put shoes on before they went back to... more »

Goodbye 2017 and welcome 2018!

TRADITIONALLY, many people use this time of the year to map out for themselves what to do in terms of specific tasks for implementation during the coming 12 months. Those plans or personal agendas also known as New Year’s resolutions... more »

A sentimental trip

FIRST of all, I wish everybody who celebrates the Yuletide, a Merry Christmas. Tomorrow may be a wet day but still merry, not blue, I pray. Over the past weekend, I was in the Ulu Ai. Where’s that? Answer: in... more »

Clashes of the Titans

The Politicians I’M assuming that the proposed debate on the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) between Lina Soo of STAR Sarawak and Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, Speaker of Parliament, will take place as scheduled on Dec 23, this year. By... more »

Looking forward to the debate

FOR the past week, local media, print and electronic – and never forget the cyber variety – have been full of debates about a debate: whether the Chief Minister of Sarawak should accept the challenge by the Speaker of Parliament... more »
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