Impact of rising cooking oil prices

COOKING oil prices have been on an upward trend, starting from November. Apart from oil sold in plastic packets, the price of other packaged oil will fluctuate, according to the market. The government will phase out the subsidy for cooking... more »

Budget lollies for early polls?

BEFORE the tabling of the 2017 Budget, the Barisan Nasional (BN) had achieved great success in the Sarawak state election as well as the two by-elections that followed. And because of this, many have speculated 2017 to be the best... more »

To be or not to be

LIM Guan Eng and DAP Penang have called for a snap election and are trying to get their Pakatan Harapan allies on board. It’s obvious the ruling opposition party has chosen to solve a personal problem with a political solution.... more »

Let the children soar

EVERY year, when exam results are released, many students will try to squeeze into popular courses such as medicine, law and other professional disciplines. Almost all the students, aiming for these courses, have excellent grades. Some who cannot get into... more »

Chilling incidence of gun violence

THE Orlando Nightclub shooting killed 50 people and injured another 53. It’s the deadliest mass shooting by a single gunman in the history of the US. Before the dust had even settled, a disgruntled person allegedly tried to pull a... more »

To pay or not to pay ransom?

FOUR Sarawakians had been held captive by the Abu Sayyaf militants for 68 days. With efforts from all the relevant parties, they were finally released and returned home safely. Back in their hometown Sibu, they knelt down in front of... more »
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