Bitter medicine

HE came, he cut a ribbon to commission a new scanner at the Sarawak Heart Centre at Kota Samarahan, he visited the site for a hospital at Petra Jaya, he peeped into the Accident and Emergency counter at the Sarawak... more »

Giving youth leaders a bigger say

FOLLOWING the victory of Pakatan Harapan (PH) during the 14th general election, the political landscape in Malaysia has indeed changed. The PH federal government has made socioeconomic, educational, and institutional change its core objective. To give the new administration a... more »

Keeping the beaches clean

FOR a quick getaway from hectic city life, people would usually go to the nearest spot for an outing such as the beach. The soft breeze with a tang of salt in the air and sauntering with sand between the... more »

Where’s that bridge?

FOR the past few years, weather permitting and after church, Auntie Di and I have made it a point to explore the Kuching suburbs and the immediate hinterland, for the fun of learning more about our city. Between the two... more »

The silent brain attack

Strokes do not develop out of the blue. It’s important to know the risks that might predispose the affliction   THERE are many diseases and illnesses which can be described as ‘silent killers’ due to their subtle symptoms that often... more »

Mirian crowned Mrs Chipao queen

MIRIAN Esther Michael, a petroleum geologist from the Sebob community, has brought glory to Sarawak by winning the recent Mrs Chipao (Cheongsam) Malaysia 2018 in Kuala Lumpur. Winning the crown was a complete surprise though as she was only hoping... more »
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