The goodness of pineapples

I WAS browsing through a cookery book at one of the shopping malls in Kuching when I stumbled upon a section dedicated to its main ingredient – the pineapple. Moving further down the page, I discovered a whole list of... more »

The Lombok disaster

HOW many children today own an atlas or a globe? It has become too easy to tap a place name into a laptop and to view a location or set up a satnav system on a vehicle’s dashboard. Family journeys... more »

Scouts get a taste of seafaring life

FOR more than 30 young scouts from various local secondary schools, a close-up look at what the Marine Department is doing along the coast of Sarawak was an eye-opening experience. The department recently invited 120 scout leaders and 31 scouts... more »

The new soft silver

THE rugged, peninsular county of Cornwall, UK, where I was born at its most southwestern extremity, abounded in the 18th and 19th centuries with tin and copper mines on an industrial scale. The last tin mine at South Crofty shut... more »

An alliance to ensure no one is left behind

SARAWAK aspires to form an alliance of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to complement Malaysia’s efforts to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations. The SDGs, themed ‘Leaving No One Behind’, covers 169 targets and 230... more »
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